MARILYN DENIS DOES A PODCAST is a 30-minute, CTV original podcast series. At home and in isolation, Canadian radio and television icon, Marilyn Denis, talks with familiar experts and celebrities featured on The Marilyn Denis show and CHUM 104.5 radio, sharing great stories, conversations and good laughs. It’s the stuff Marilyn talks about with her guests when the mics are off! So whether you’re curious, bored, overwhelmed, or just in need of a bit company, this podcast is for you!
EP 72: The Do’s & Don’ts of Breaking Up
No more slamming your ex! Breakup expert, Amy Chan, shares great advice based on her book “Breakup Bootcamp: The Science of Rewiring Your Heart,” including how to break up with kindness and compassion, and how to get over a breakup in the healthiest way possible.
EP 71: Thomas Rhett
Country superstar, Thomas Rhett, chats about how he hopes his 6th studio album, “Where We Started,” will get people excited about going to live concerts again, being a dad to four girls who love to sing his songs on the way to school, and his dream collaboration with Katy Perry.
EP 70: Andie MacDowell
Longtime L'Oréal Paris ambassador and iconic actress, Andie MacDowell, chats about representing women for over 35 years, portraying the journey of mental instability in her game-changing role in Maid, what it was like starring opposite her real-life daughter, and how she maintains her head-turning silver locks!
EP 69: Bryan Adams
I catch up with Canadian music icon, Bryan Adams, while he’s in London, England, promoting his 15th studio album “So Happy It Hurts.” We chat about what touring looks like these days, shooting the music video for his title track with his 94-years-young mum, and being a Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee.
EP 68: Catherine Reitman
So what’s life really like for one of the hardest working moms in showbiz? Catherine Reitman, the star and creator of the International Emmy Award nominated sitcom, Workin’ Moms, dishes on everything from home-schooling and life in lockdown, filming in the middle of a pandemic, and what it takes to come up with some of the most relatable and funny storylines on TV.
EP 67: Kiefer Sutherland
On the heels of his third studio album, “Bloor Street,” Kiefer Sutherland shares why he wrote a nostalgic love letter to his hometown of Toronto; how he had to strike a deal with his mother at age four to get his first guitar; and what it was like portraying President Franklin D. Roosevelt in the upcoming TV series “The First Lady.”
Inconsistent published episodes.
Really enjoying the MD’s Podcast, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
How often are the episodes published?
I wish a new one was published everyday, so informative...
”Miss you Marilyn Dennis”.
Marilyn Dennis podcast
I love Marilyn’s easy style of interviewing. She listens to her guest without constantly interrupting. Always informative and topical. So glad she has jumped on the Podcast train.