Hosting a little cyber chat today over at TV, Eh? Web mistress Diane Wild has this podcast deal up and running and today at 2 p.m. E.T. I’m chatting with one of the nicest men in Canadian broadcasting, Roger Abbott of the Royal Canadian Air Farce.
Just last month, Abbott and fellow Farce fave Don Ferguson announced they were retiring Air Farce after 35 years together in radio and TV. Luba Goy was their co-pilot for that entire ride; the late John Morgan for most of it. I’ll try to get Roger to change his mind, but failing that, we’ll discuss all things Farce, including what might be next for younger troupers Jessica Holmes, Craig Lauzon and Alan Parks and whether Goy is really going through with that “rent-a-goy” idea.
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Chis Haddock is also featured today, you might have heard or read that he’s lobbying to be King of CBC or something, plus Intelligence is finally out on DVD. And I’m also going to blab about my book, Truth and Rumors: The Reality Behind TV’s Most Famous Myths, which is really a better read than a listen, go buy it here.