Iconic Canadian broadcaster Terry David Mulligan has conducted some truly memorable interviews over the span of his 50 year career. The Mulligan Stew podcast features some of Terry's best interviews, past and present. Expect intimate and engaging conversations with compelling characters from the world of music, film, wine, food and beyond.
MLK / Art Bergmann
Art Bergmann is a Canadian punk pioneer. His bands and songs were pointed, angry, and loud.
But what he was railing against were First Nations rights, aboriginal education, and health. Police misconduct. Politics. Organized Religion. Governments of all stripe.
As the Order of Canada press release noted “for his indelible contributions to the Canadian punk music scene and for his thought-provoking discourse on social, gender and racial inequalities"
Chef David Hawksworth
Chef David Hawksworth has released his first cookbook. Hawksworth. The CookBook
Yes, it has incredible recipes but the stories of places and kitchens, victories, and defeats run throughout the pages.
It’s a great read. It was/is an amazing life.
David grew up on Canada’s West Coast but hit the road teaching himself how to cook (never a good move)
A dozen interview guests who all made the CKUA Top 100
A dozen interview guests who all made the ckua Top 100
Christmas In The Round 2020
Christmas is all about traditions.
In the late 70’s at CBC Radio in Vancouver producer Susan Englebert created a holiday show called Christmas Jam
We lost Susan Englebert oi Cancer and really this show is meant as a tribute to her.
Shari Ulrich and TDMulligan. With Barney Bentall. Bill Henderson and Murray McLauchlan.
Barney and Shari on Bowen Island – just outside Vancouver
Bill Henderson – on Salt Spring Island – outside Victoria
And Murray McLauchlan in Toronto.
The guest this week is a delightful man Alan Doyle.
We’ve been friends a long time which is tough to do because he’s in the Maritimes in the very far East and I’ve always been on the West Coast. Now that he’s not touring for a while he’s turned his considerable skills to writing another book.
His third is called All Together Now (A Newfoundlander’s Light Tales for Heavy Times). On the set of Robin Hood. The Russell Crowe film. Conversation with his son Henry in the car.
His latest album is Hey Clockface.
Recorded in Helsinki Finland and Paris France.
The Paris session was an amazing 9 songs in 2 days.
Elvis adlibbing his way through lyrics while being accompanied by French Jazz musicians, also adlibbing.
In several cases, Elvis spoke the words rather than sing them.
There’s a nod to Fats Waller & Tin Pan Alley.
This is the complete interview.
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MULLIGAN’S STEW Podcast is a NATIONAL TREASURE!
TDM, Terry David Mulligan is a Canadian treasure! His cool, calm and well researched demeanor put him a class of his own and make him one of the most brilliant interviewers out there!
I love this show... you will as well!!! ❤️
We are so fortunate as Canadians to have Terry sharing his interviews with important musicians, celebrities and up and coming chefs. TDM has a way of engaging his interviews so they are candid, cmfortable and open to sharing not often heard perspectives. Looking forward to many more episodes!
The man has talked to them all. So happy to see his work in podcast form.