Friday, April 17, 2009 | Categories: Episodes |
More Memoirs this week -love, forgiveness and smuggling pot.
Singer/songwriter Dan Hill talks about his complex feelings for his remarkable father in the memoir I Am My Father's Son and we play his same titled song.
Shelagh has an odd encounter with CBC Radio 2 host Bill Richardson and they chat about his latest book Old Father William’s Well-Ordered Universe.
Former drug smuggler turned film and t.v.producer Brian O'Dea discusses his book High:Confessions of A Pot Smuggler.
And we find out that some Next Chapter authors are big sellers at McNally Robinson in Saskatoon.
I Am Hutterite by Mary-Ann Kirkby
Who Killed Jackie Bates?by Bill Waiser
The Brutal Heart by Gail Bowen
Mostly Happy by Pam Bustin