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So... You're Canadian with Dave Hill Episode 4: Andrea Allan

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Guests: 
Andrea Allan

Dave continues his quest to get to know Canada, one Canadian at a time. This week, Dave sits down with comedian and seriously Canadian person Andrea Allan, the show's first non-Ontarian, to learn more about the coastal seaport city of Vancouver. Dave also plays the single for his upcoming book Parking The Moose (out October 8th on Penguin Random House). Buy Andrea Allan's debut comedy EP, GONZO. Follow Andrea Allan on Instagram. Follow Andrea Allan on Twitter. Listen to Andrea's podcast The Hot Mess Comedy Hour. New episodes of So... You're Canadian are released every Tuesday on the Maximum Fun Network! Follow Dave Hill's Podcasting Incident on Facebook for updates. Follow Dave Hill on Instagram. Join our incredible weekly newsletterChat with listeners at Dave Hill's Facebooking Incident. Visit Dave Hill's website.

So... You're Canadian with Dave Hill Episode 3: Amy Millan

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Amy Millan

Dave continues his journey to get to know Canada, one Canadian at a time. This week, Dave speaks to musician and seriously Canadian person Amy Millan, known for her work with indie rock bands Stars and Broken Social Scene. Plus, Dave presents two new segments: "Today In Canadian History" and "Today In Canadian News!"  New episodes of So... You're Canadian are released every Tuesday on the Maximum Fun Network! If you like this podcast, then you will like Dave's new book, Parking the Moose: One American's Epic Quest to Uncover His Incredible Canadian Roots out on Penguin Random House October 8, 2019 which you can pre-order today Follow Dave Hill's Podcasting Incident on Facebook for updates. Follow Dave Hill on Instagram. Join our incredible weekly newsletterChat with listeners at Dave Hill's Facebooking Incident. Visit Dave Hill's website.
 

So... You're Canadian with Dave Hill Episode 2: K. Trevor Wilson

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Guests: 
K. Trevor Wilson

Dave continues his quest to get to know our mysterious neighbors to the North, one Canadian at a time. This week, Dave chats with comedian, actor and seriously Canadian person: K. Trevor Wilson ("Squirrely Dan" on Hulu's Letterkenny).

New episodes of So... You're Canadian are released every Tuesday on Maximum Fun!

Follow Dave Hill's Podcasting Incident on Facebook for updates.
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Join our incredible weekly newsletter.
Chat with listeners at Dave Hill's Facebooking Incident.
Visit Dave Hill's website.

So... You're Canadian with Dave Hill Episode 1: Malcolm Gladwell

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Malcolm Gladwell

Dave Hill begins his journey to get to the bottom of this whole Canada thing, one Canadian at a time. The extremely Canadian first episode of So... You're Canadian features Dave sitting down with journalist, author, and known Canadian, Malcolm Gladwell. 

New episodes of So... You're Canadian will be released every Tuesday on the Maximum Fun Network!

If you like this podcast, then you will like Dave's new book, Parking the Moose: One American's Epic Quest to Uncover His Incredible Canadian Roots out on Penguin Random House October 8, 2019 which you can pre-order today: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/555832/parking-the-moose-by-dav...

So... You're Canadian (Trailer)

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Dave Hill isn't from Canada. But his grandfather Clarence Vincent Blake, Sr. was, and he wouldn't shut up about it. Still, Dave wondered: what do we even really know about Canadians? So every Tuesday, Dave attempts to get to know our neighbors to the north - one Canadian at a time. And yeah, of course he talks about curling.

Ep 23: Go Fact Yourself with Ophira Eisenberg and Charles Busch

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Eugenia Paulicelli, Charles Busch, J. Keith va Straaten, Ophira Eisenberg, Helen Hong, Marcel Simoneau
Guests: 
Ophira Eisenberg & Charles Busch
Guests: 
Marcel Simoneau & Eugenia Paulicelli
Guests: 
J. Keith van Straaten & Helen Hong

It's another episode Go Fact Yourself recorded in New York!

Ophira Eisenberg is used to being on trivia shows as the host of NPR’s Ask Me Another. But here’s the thing: she doesn’t consider herself a trivia buff. Like, at all. That said, she’s chosen topics that she thoroughly understands… and most of them involve being a proud Canadian.

Charles Busch is a Tony-nominated actor, playwright, and drag legend. He’s the creator of the film and play Die, Mommie, Die!, which will soon be produced as a radio show. Even though he’s spent most of his professional career performing in women’s clothing, he still finds some of the clothes a bit uncomfortable… but that’s one of the best parts of being an actor.

In this episode, we’ll learn about street-building materials, fashion, and the undervalued cuisine of Canada.

What’s the difference: The streets of New York

What’s the difference between “cement” and “concrete”?

What’s the difference between a “freeway” and a “highway”?

Areas of Expertise:

Ophira Eisenberg: Canadian Geography, Canadian food, and the film Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark.

Charles Bush: Women’s fashion of 1930’s, The film Rosemary’s Baby, and Bette Davis

Appearing in this episode:

J. Keith van Straaten
Helen Hong
Ophira Eisenberg
Charles Busch

With guest experts:

Marcel Simoneau, owner of the Brooklyn-based Canadian restaurant Up North.

Eugenia Paulicelli, professor and author of the book Fashion under Fascism.

Go Fact Yourself was devised by Jim Newman and J. Keith van Straaten, and produced in collaboration with Maximum Fun. The show was recorded at Caveat in New York City.

Theme Song by Jonathan Green
Maximum Fun's Senior Producer is Laura Swisher
The show is edited by Julian Burrell.

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