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The Drew Marshall Show

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The Drew Marshall Show - 12 Years as Canada's Most Listened to Spiritual Talk Show

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The Drew Marshall Show - 12 Years as Canada's Most Listened to Spiritual Talk Show

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By Adamcraig - Aug 16 2017
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I've listed to Drew for several years now, probably since 2006. He's real and doesn't sugarcoat anything although I'm sure he's a real sweetheart in person. ;) Love the interviews. Drew seems like one of the most authentic and genuine "spiritual" dudes or there.

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By Adamcraig - Aug 16 2017
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I've listed to Drew for several years now, probably since 2006. He's real and doesn't sugarcoat anything although I'm sure he's a real sweetheart in person. ;) Love the interviews. Drew seems like one of the most authentic and genuine "spiritual" dudes or there.
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The Drew Marshall Show

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The Drew Marshall Show - 12 Years as Canada's Most Listened to Spiritual Talk Show

Rank #1: J. Parker

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Feb 10 2018

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Rank #2: Dan Barker

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Former evangelical minister Dan Barker, unveils a novel solution to the question that has baffled scientists and philosophers for millennia.

Jan 27 2018

23mins

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Rank #3: MC YOGI

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MC YOGI is a world-renowned yoga teacher, musician, and author. He has performed and taught yoga everywhere, from headlining festivals and nightclubs to performing in the Forbidden City in China and even at the White House.

Jan 27 2018

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Rank #4: Crawling Back to the Light with Fr. Richard Roh

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I'm still not sure that there's a God, but my life was better when I thought there was. So now what?

Feb 03 2018

43mins

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Rank #5: Candace Cameron Bure

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In Kind Is The New Classy, Candace reveals the thought patterns and practices that have empowered her to stay centered in who she is while practicing radical graciousness toward others.

May 12 2018

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Rank #6: Crawling Back to the Light with Tony Campolo

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I'm still not sure that there's a God, but my life was better when I thought there was. So now what?

Feb 24 2018

34mins

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Rank #7: TRIBUTE TO BILLY:

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Founding Pastor of Saddleback Church, Best Selling Author of Purpose

Feb 24 2018

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Rank #8: Christina Rasmussen

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“Where did you go?” This was the first question Christina Rasmussen asked after the death of her husband. A young widow with two daughters, Christina would go on to become an esteemed grief educator who helped countless others rebuild their lives after loss. Even as she and her clients forged new paths and discovered new joy, the same questions remained: Are we capable of connecting to those who have passed on? What really happens after we die? As a professional grounded in science, Christina was a skeptic who shied away from the conventional mystical, supernatural, and religious descriptions of the afterlife—so she turned to what seemed “provable” to unravel the mystery of life beyond life: physics. Bridging the gap between the metaphysical and the measurable, it will change the way we grieve, the way we live and how we define our potential—in this life and the hereafter.

Jan 19 2019

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Rank #9: A 9 Week Series With Canadian Talk Show Host Drew Marshall (& his wife) AND Relationship Guru & Psychologist Dr. Sue Johnson

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They tried 28 years of doing marriage their way, but eventually it ended. However, after a long separation, Canadian talk show host Drew Marshall and his wife Bev recently renewed their vows on a small deserted island off the coast of Mexico. Now, to make sure he doesn’t screw it up again, Drew has asked renowned psychologist and relationship guru Dr. Sue Johnson to help he and his wife rebuild their love - but this time with new foundational building blocks, using tools they’ve never had before. Dr. Johnson has agreed to personally take Bev and Drew through her Hold Me Tight Program.

May 11 2019

41mins

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Rank #10: A 9 Week Series With Canadian Talk Show Host Drew Marshall (& his wife) AND Relationship Guru & Psychologist Dr. Sue Johnson

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They tried 28 years of doing marriage their way, but eventually, it ended. However, after a long separation, Canadian talk show host Drew Marshall and his wife Bev recently renewed their vows on a small deserted island off the coast of Mexico. Now, to make sure he doesn’t screw it up again, Drew has asked renowned psychologist and relationship guru Dr. Sue Johnson to help he and his wife rebuild their love - but this time with new foundational building blocks, using tools they’ve never had before. Dr. Johnson has agreed to personally take Bev and Drew through her Hold Me Tight Program.
THIS WEEK:
HOLD ME TIGHT Conversation #7
“Keeping Your Love Alive”

*Follow these incredibly vulnerable conversations with Bev, Drew & Dr. Sue. Then, when you’re ready, click on the Hold Me Tight banner on our website and register for the HOLD ME TIGHT program and begin to rebuild your love.

Jun 08 2019

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Rank #11: A 9 Week Series With Canadian Talk Show Host Drew Marshall (& his wife) AND Relationship Guru & Psychologist Dr. Sue Johnson

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They tried 28 years of doing marriage their way, but eventually, it ended. However, after a long separation, Canadian talk show host Drew Marshall and his wife Bev recently renewed their vows on a small deserted island off the coast of Mexico. Now, to make sure he doesn’t screw it up again, Drew has asked renowned psychologist and relationship guru Dr. Sue Johnson to help he and his wife rebuild their love - but this time with new foundational building blocks, using tools they’ve never had before. Dr. Johnson has agreed to personally take Bev and Drew through her Hold Me Tight Program.

THIS WEEK:
HOLD ME TIGHT Conversation #1
“Recognizing The Demon Dialogues”

Apr 27 2019

57mins

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Rank #12: Shaykh Hamza Yusuf

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Hamza Yusuf is president and senior faculty member of Zaytuna College in Berkeley, California, America’s first accredited Muslim liberal arts college. He is an advisor to the Center for Islamic Studies at Berkeley’s Graduate Theological Union. Yusuf also serves as vice president for the Forum for Promoting Peace in Muslim Societies (Abu
Dhabi), which was founded and is currently presided over by Shaykh Abdallah bin Bayyah, a world-renowned Muslim scholar and jurist. In addition, Yusuf has joined the Emirates Fatwa Council under the leadership of Shaykh Abdallah.
He is the author of several books and scholarly articles, while also translating major creedal Islamic texts into English. Books he has authored or translated include Purification of the Heart, The Content of Character, The Creed of Imam al-Tahawi, Caesarean Moon Births, Prayer of the Oppressed, and Agenda to Change our Condition. Recently, Hamza Yusuf was ranked as “the Western world’s most influential Islamic scholar” by The Muslim 500, edited by John Esposito and Ibrahim Kalin. Along with his extensive training in the Western liberal arts, Yusuf has studied Arabic and the Islamic sciences for over 40 years with leading scholars of the Muslim world.

Jun 08 2019

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Rank #13: TRIBUTE to Rachel Held Evans

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Rachel Held Evans
June 8, 1981 - May 4, 2019

Rachel Held Evans was a New York Times best-selling author whose books included Faith Unraveled (2010), A Year of Biblical Womanhood (2012), Searching for Sunday (2015), Inspired (2018). Hailing from Dayton, Tennessee—home of the famous Scopes Monkey Trial of 1925— she wrote about faith, doubt, and life in the Bible Belt. Rachel had been featured in The Washington Post, The Guardian, Christianity Today, Slate, The Huffington Post, The CNN Belief Blog, and on NPR, The BBC, The Today Show, and The View. She served on President Obama’s Advisory Council on Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships and kept a busy schedule speaking at churches, conferences, and colleges and universities around the country.
Rachel was married to Dan, and they recently welcomed their second child.
*According to “health updates” posted on her blog by her husband Dan, Rachel was admitted to the hospital mid-April with the flu, then had a severe allergic reaction to antibiotics, then developed sustained seizures. Doctors put her into a medically induced coma and then when they tried to wean her off that medication, her seizures returned. Upon further investigation, they discovered severe swelling of her brain. She died in the early morning of May 4th. www.rachelheldevans.com

Sarah Bessey - Author of Jesus Feminist and Out of Sorts: Making Peace with an Evolving Faith, Speaker, Co-Curator & Host of Evolving Faith Conference, Friend of Rachel Held Evans

May 11 2019

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Rank #14: Sean McCann

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After exiting the internationally renowned folk group Great Big Sea and publicly admitting a secret past in which he used alcohol to mask the pain of sexual abuse by a priest, Sean stopped lying to himself and found his truth and his own voice.

Feb 17 2018

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Rank #15: A 9 Week Series With Canadian Talk Show Host Drew Marshall (& his wife) AND Relationship Guru & Psychologist Dr. Sue Johnson

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They tried 28 years of doing marriage their way, but eventually, it ended. However, after a long separation, Canadian talk show host Drew Marshall and his wife Bev recently renewed their vows on a small deserted island off the coast of Mexico. Now, to make sure he doesn’t screw it up again, Drew has asked renowned psychologist and relationship guru Dr. Sue Johnson to help he and his wife rebuild their love - but this time with new foundational building blocks, using tools they’ve never had before. Dr. Johnson has agreed to personally take Bev and Drew through her Hold Me Tight Program.
THIS WEEK:
HOLD ME TIGHT Conversation #6
“Bonding Through Sex & Touch”
*Follow these incredibly vulnerable conversations with Bev, Drew & Dr. Sue. Then, when you’re ready, click on the Hold Me Tight banner on our website and register for the HOLD ME TIGHT program and begin to rebuild your love.

Jun 01 2019

45mins

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Rank #16: A 9 Week Series With Canadian Talk Show Host Drew Marshall (& his wife) AND Relationship Guru & Psychologist Dr. Sue Johnson

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They tried 28 years of doing marriage their way, but eventually it ended. However, after a long separation, Canadian talk show host Drew Marshall and his wife Bev recently renewed their vows on a small deserted island off the coast of Mexico. Now, to make sure he doesn’t screw it up again, Drew has asked renowned psychologist and relationship guru Dr. Sue Johnson to help he and his wife rebuild their love - but this time with new foundational building blocks, using tools they’ve never had before. Dr. Johnson has agreed to personally take Bev and Drew through her Hold Me Tight Program.
THIS WEEK:
HOLD ME TIGHT Conversation #5
“Hold Me Tight - Forgiving Injuries”
*Follow these incredibly vulnerable conversations with Bev, Drew & Dr. Sue. Then, when you’re ready, click on the Hold Me Tight banner on our website and register for the HOLD ME TIGHT program and begin to rebuild your love.

May 25 2019

19mins

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Rank #17: Jack Labanauskas

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Enneagram Monthly is an eclectic journal dedicated to intelligent discourse about the enneagram, its current applications, and future potential. Since 1995, the Enneagram Monthly is the most internationally respected and referenced focal point of enneagram development.

Mar 09 2019

39mins

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Rank #18: A 9 Week Series With Canadian Talk Show Host Drew Marshall (& his wife) AND Relationship Guru & Psychologist Dr. Sue Johnson

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They tried 28 years of doing marriage their way, but eventually, it ended. However, after a long separation, Canadian talk show host Drew Marshall and his wife Bev recently renewed their vows on a small deserted island off the coast of Mexico. Now, to make sure he doesn’t screw it up again, Drew has asked renowned psychologist and relationship guru Dr. Sue Johnson to help he and his wife rebuild their love - but this time with new foundational building blocks, using tools they’ve never had before. Dr. Johnson has agreed to personally take Bev and Drew through her Hold Me Tight Program.
THIS WEEK:
HOLD ME TIGHT Conversation #2
“Finding The Raw Spots”

May 04 2019

59mins

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Rank #19: Jennifer O'Neill

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Internationally acclaimed model, actress, film and television star, spokesperson, producer, author, fundraiser, proud mother of three and grandmother of four, by any definition, Jennifer O'Neill is one of a kind.

Feb 03 2018

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Rank #20: David Wilcox

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Cleveland-born David Wilcox is now 20 records into a career marked by personal revelation and wildly loyal fans. His lyrical insight is matched by a smooth baritone voice, virtuosic guitar chops, and creative open tunings, giving him a range and tenderness rare in folk music. Wilcox released an independent album in 1987, was a winner of the prestigious Kerrville Folk Festival New Folk award in 1988, and by 1989 he had signed with A&M Records. His first release on the label, How Did You Find Me Here, sold over 100,000 copies the first year largely by word of mouth. His latest record The View From the Edge (2018) is a collection of powerful new songs, many of which he has been performing at live shows for the past several years. It’s an album that reflects four years of thinking, writing, crafting, playing and life. In recognition of this new release, David Wilcox was named the Grand Prize Winner of the 2018 USA Songwriting Contest. Considered a \'songwriter\'s songwriter\', his skills as a performer and storyteller are unmatched. He holds audiences rapt with nothing more than a single guitar, thoroughly written songs, a fearless ability to mine the depths of human emotions of joy, sorrow and everything in between, and all tempered by a quick and wry wit. In live performance, David loves making up a spontaneous song for an audience member in need. Anyone who has seen Wilcox perform more than once or twice has seen him concoct one of his “Musical Medicine” songs on the spot, full of lyrical artistry and musical inventiveness, like some kind of uncanny parlor trick. David Wilcox finds inspiration wherever he looks. The songs, in turn, provide inspiration to longtime listeners as well as those finding him for the first time. It’s in the song and the craftsmanship; it’s medicine for the soul; it’s story; it’s a restless spirituality.
“David Wilcox’s ongoing musical journey is compelling and richly deserving of a listen.” -Rolling Stone

Jun 08 2019

29mins

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Kathie Lee Gifford

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Kathie Lee Gifford is the three-time Emmy award-winning former co-host of the fourth hour of “TODAY,” alongside Hoda Kotb. The Gifford-Kotb hour was hailed as “appointment television” by Entertainment Weekly, and “TODAY’s happy hour” by USA Today. Prior to NBC News, Gifford served as the co-host of “Live with Regis and Kathie Lee” for 15 years, where she received 11 Emmy nominations. She was also a correspondent for “Good Morning America” for three years. In 2015 Gifford was inducted into the Broadcast & Cable Hall of Fame. A playwright, producer, singer, songwriter and actress, Gifford has starred in numerous television programs and movies in her 40-year career. She has her own record label and has written several musicals including Broadway’s SCANDALOUS, which received a Tony nomination for Best Actress in 2012. Gifford also starred on Broadway in “Putting it Together” and “Annie.” She recently debuted three new songs, “Love Me to Death”, “He Saw Jesus” and “Jesus Is His Name” with Grammy-winning, Brett James. Each song debuted #1 on iTunes. She has just wrapped principal photography on THEN CAME YOU, a film she has written, produced and starred in alongside Craig Ferguson. Gifford co-wrote all eight songs for the movie, alongside Grammy winner writer/producer, Brett James. Gifford authored four NY Times bestselling books including “THE ROCK< THE ROAD AND THE RABBIhe Rock”, “JUST WHEN I THOUGHT I’D DROPPED MY LAST EGG,” “I CAN’T BELIEVE I SAID THAT,” and the popular children’s book “PARTY ANIMALSarty.” This October she’ll be releasing a new children’s book called, “THE GIFT THAT I CAN GIVE.” She also launched GIFFT, a line of wine with the Scheid Family Vineyards in Monterey, CA.

Jun 29 2019

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Special Surprise Guest for Tim The Tool

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Over the years, Tim The Tool has really gone GAGA over a handful of people: Bono, General Romeo Dallaire, Peter Gabriel, Colin Mochrie, Sting, Mr. Rogers ... One of these names will join us as a surprise for the REAL star of TDMS!

Jun 29 2019

15mins

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George Stroumboulopoulos

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Director / Producer / Co-Writer at CBC
House of Strombo: Host and Executive Producer and Landlord at Apple Music
The Strombo Show! at CBC
The Early Days at TSN
Former Host/Producer at Hockey Night in Canada
Worked at Actor
Worked at CBC News
Worked at CNN
Former Was alive in Toronto at Edge 102.1
Former Sunday Nights at CFRB
Former Defender of the Faith at MuchMusic
Former Errrything at Sportsnet 590 The Fan
Former High Voltage Mascot at 104.7 The Lizard
Studied Radio at Humber College
Went to Ascension Of Our Lord Secondary School
Went to Ascension of Our Lord Catholic High School
Manages The Strombo Show / House of Strombo

Jun 29 2019

11mins

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Kerri Pomarolli

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That\'s right folks, it\'s time for our final monthly visit with our favourite Hollywood Correspondent!

Jun 29 2019

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Gavin MacLeod

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Gavin MacLeod\'s career spans almost six decades in TV, Film, and Broadway. He\'s also been an Ambassador for Princess Cruises since 1986 and The \"Captain\" continues to travel throughout the world making appearances. The consummate storyteller, Gavin has worked with countless stars, such as Cary Grant, Steve McQueen, Gregory Peck, Bette Davis, Frank Sinatra, Ethel Merman, Ella Fitzgerald, Ronald Reagan, Milton Berle, and Fred Astaire. From his humble theatrical beginnings in upstate New York to Radio City Music Hall and then on to Hollywood, Gavin MacLeod was on the fast track to success. Three years after divorcing his wife, his remarriage to her proves that a great struggle can culminate in a happy ending. He continues to act on and off the screen. Gavin released a biography entitled, THIS IS YOUR CAPTAIN SPEAKING: My Fantastic Voyage Through Hollywood, Faith & Life.

Jun 29 2019

17mins

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Howard “Humble” Glassman

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Listen to Humble & Fred Radio every morning LIVE from 7am-9am on iHeartRadio, www.humbleandfredradio.com, and Funny 820AM. The legendary team of Humble & Fred have been part of the Toronto radio scene since 1989. They began ruining the airwaves at CFNY-FM and for 12 years they tortured their audience with a mixture of humor, irreverence, and goofiness while CFNY morphed into 102.1 The Edge. They\'ve been on CFNY 102.1 The Edge / Mix 99.9 CKFM / Mojo 640 / CIKR – FM / CHAM Funny 820 / CKSL / and even the mighty Newstalk 1010. Their careers have been used to pave the way for the likes of Mad Dog & Billy, Dean Blundell, and Regis & Kathie Lee. After being named Best Morning Show in Canada four times by the Canadian radio industry, then fired and screwed over by that same Canadian radio industry, these guys are back like a bad rash and are ruining podcasting and terrestrial radio once again.

Jun 29 2019

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The Good Brothers

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In 1970 twin brothers Bruce and Brian Good of Richmond Hill, Ontario, met James Ackroyd from Winnipeg, Manitoba and formed a band simply called James and The Good Brothers. Their first show was with Grand Funk Railroad at Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto. Then came the cross Canada tour on the outrageous Festival Express with such artists as The Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, Ian & Sylvia, Ten Years After, Traffic and The Band just to name a few. With a little help from friends The Grateful Dead and Jefferson Airplane, they recorded their first album on Columbia records. From nights at the renowned Troubadour in West Hollywood to the gigs at San Francisco\'s famed Fillmore West and Winterland Ballroom with The Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Quicksilver Messenger Service, and the New Riders of The Purple Sage - they were loving it! Later, James would choose to remain in the U.S. while the brothers returned home to Canada and recruited younger brother Larry. This was 1973 and would be the beginning of a wonderful musical trip... The Good Brothers. Their first gig was the legendary Toronto club The Riverboat, on May 14, 1974. They played simple, straight from the soul music that encompassed country, bluegrass, folk, Celtic and the occasional taste from their rock & roll songbook. Highlighted by Larry\'s fiery banjo breaks, Bruce\'s award-winning autoharp styles, Brian’s guitar finger picking and their unique sibling harmonies, they produced enough energy to burn down the barn. It wasn\'t long before The Good Brothers were packing Toronto\'s fabled El Mocambo five nights a week; breaking bar records, attendance records, and exhausting determined dancers. Then there were eight straight Juno awards for Best Country Group, and headline gigs at Toronto’s Massey Hall and Roy Thompson Hall, The National Art Centre in Ottawa and the weeks at L.A.\'s Universal Amphitheatre with their mentor Gordon Lightfoot. There was even a certified gold self-titled double album. In 2004 they were honoured by being inducted into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame as well as two nominations for Country Group and Roots Artist of the year at the Canadian Country Music Awards. In 2015 they received a “Lifetime Achievement Award” from the Toronto Musicians Association and in 2016 were inducted into the North American Country Music Association International Hall of Fame in Tennessee.

Jun 29 2019

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The Final Half Hour of TDMS!

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A Surprise Caller For Drew
In live radio anything can happen, and you never know who will show up, especially to the end of the party.

Meanwhile Back On The Farm — With Grant Marshall (Drew\'s Dad)
We\'re losing a generation. A generation of respect, integrity, and honour. A generation who were not afraid of hard work and sacrifice. Drew\'s father IS that generation. Growing up on the farm taught Grant Marshall more about life than Google. So let’s listen to that generation. *Drew’s dad will join us live in the studio for his final appearance on TDMS.

Happy Birthday Bev Marshall
Drew’s wife is celebrating her birthday today. Drew’s gift? The End Of TDMS!

THE LAST WORD with Tim The Tool
About 12 years ago, Drew’s old friend from summer camp asked him about the possibility of coming into the studio during a show to watch live radio. The following week, Tim asked if he could come back. The next week, he asked again. Drew decided that if Tim was to keep coming back, he would train him on the soundboard and maybe he could become the show’s engineer. Tim ended up making numerous mistakes every show and thus garnered the nickname “Tim The Tool.” Over the last 12 years though, he has become an integral part of the TDMS as Drew & Tim developed an on-air schtick of “an old married couple who were just sick and tired of each other”. TDMS was never the same again. Neither was Drew! So to honour his friend, Drew will finally give the last word to Tim The Tool!

Jun 29 2019

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Candace Cameron Bure

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Candace Cameron Bure lights up the entertainment industry as a role model to women of all ages, reaching millions of fans. She is an award-winning actress and producer, New York Times Best-Selling Author, committed wife, and proud mother of three. Viewers watched Candace grow up as ‘D.J. Tanner’ in the beloved television series Full House and today see the iconic role reprised on the original Netflix hit series, Fuller House. She has remained a staple in the homes and hearts of families across the country with credits such as her Emmy-nominated hosting tenure on the TV show, The View and three-year run as ‘Summer Van Horn’ on ABC Family Network’s Make It Or Break It. Candace has starred in countless Hallmark Channel movies including A Shoe Addict’s Christmas, Emmy-nominated feature, The Heart Of Christmas – and Christmas Under Wraps which broke records to become Hallmark’s most-watched telecast ever. She also stars in and Executive Produces the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries series, The Aurora Teagarden Mysteries. As a dynamic writer, Candace has released six books including 2018’s illustrated children’s book, Candace Center Stage. Her most recent inspirational book, KIND IS THE NEW CLASSY: The Power of Living Graciously follows her success with STAYING STYLISH: Cultivating a Confident Look, Style & Attitude. Her third book, DANCING THROUGH LIFE: Steps of Courage and Conviction, was another break out success which chronicled her journey of self-discovery on season 18 of ABC’s Dancing with the Stars. Her first two books, RESHAPING IT ALL: Motivation for Physical and Spiritual Fitness and BALANCING IT ALL: My Story of Juggling Priorities and Purpose made her a New York Times Best-Selling Author. Candace is also an ambitious businesswoman boasting an array of entrepreneurial endeavors such as Candy Rock Entertainment, lucrative partnerships with brands like Walmart, Starkist as well many more, and Bure Family Wines, a highly rated boutique wine label launched with her husband Val Bure.

Jun 29 2019

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Tony Campolo & Philip Yancey

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Tony Campolo is professor emeritus of sociology at Eastern University and a former faculty member at the University of Pennsylvania. For 40 years, he led the Evangelical Association for the Promotion of Education, an organization which he founded to create and support programs serving needy communities. More recently, Dr. Campolo has provided leadership for the progressive Christian movement, Red Letter Christians as well as, for the Campolo Center for Ministry, a program which provides support to those the church has called to full-time ministry.
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Philip Yancey

Growing up in a strict, fundamentalist church in the southern USA, a young Philip Yancey tended to view God as “a scowling Supercop, searching for anyone who might be having a good time—in order to squash them.” Yancey jokes today about being “in recovery” from a toxic church. “Of course, there were good qualities too. If a neighbor’s house burned down, the congregation would rally around and show charity—if, that is, the house belonged to a white person. I grew up confused by the contradictions. We heard about love and grace, but I didn’t experience much. And we were taught that God answers prayers, miraculously, but my father died of polio just after my first birthday, despite many prayers for his healing.” For Yancey, reading offered a window to a different world. So, he devoured books that opened his mind, challenged his upbringing, and went against what he had been taught. A sense of betrayal engulfed him. “I felt I had been lied to. For instance, what I learned from a book like To Kill a Mockingbird or Black Like Me contradicted the racism I encountered in church. I went through a period of reacting against everything I was taught and even discarding my faith. I began my journey back mainly by encountering a world very different than I had been taught, an expansive world of beauty and goodness. Along the way, I realized that God had been misrepresented to me. Cautiously, warily, I returned, circling around the faith to see if it might be true.” Ever since, Yancey has explored the most basic questions and deepest mysteries of the Christian faith, taking millions of readers with him. Early on he crafted best-selling books such as Disappointment with God and Where is God When it Hurts?. However, more recently, he has felt the freedom to explore central issues of the Christian faith, penning award-winning titles such as The Jesus I Never Knew, What’s So Amazing About Grace? and Prayer: Does It Make Any Difference? He currently has more than 15 million books in print, published in 50 languages worldwide.

Jun 29 2019

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DREW’S FAVORITE PAULS: Paul Henderson & Paul Young

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Paul Henderson will forever be recognized and remembered for his goal with 34 seconds remaining in the 8th game of the 1972 Summit Series, giving Canada the lead and winning them the series. With that, the team became known as “the Team of the Century” and Paul’s goal as “the Goal of the Century.” But, there is more to Paul Henderson than just that one goal. Despite his recent diagnosis with cancer, his positive demeanor and zest for life remain. In his memoir The Goal of My Life, Henderson opens up about his success both on and off the ice. Henderson’s career spanned 19 professional seasons during which he played over 1,000 major league games in the NHL and WHA. He was a two-time NHL all-star, playing in the 1972 and 1973 All-Star Games. Sportswriters and fans have frequently called for Henderson to be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on the strength of his performance. Commentator and former coach Don Cherry argued that Henderson’s status as a hero of the “greatest series in hockey history” was enough to qualify him. Henderson has been inducted into Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame on two occasions. He was first inducted as an individual in 1995, and again ten years later along with his 1972 teammates. He has been honoured by Hockey Canada with the Order of Hockey in Canada as part of its 2013 class. Henderson was named a Member of the Order of Canada in 2012 in recognition of “his engagement in support of a range of social and charitable causes” along with his achievements on the ice.
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Paul Young, Mackenzie Allen Phillips’s youngest daughter, Missy, has been abducted during a family vacation, and evidence that she may have been brutally murdered is found in an abandoned shack deep in the Oregon wilderness. Four years later, in the midst of his great sadness, Mack receives a suspicious note, apparently from God, inviting him back to that shack for a weekend. Against his better judgment, he arrives at the shack on a wintry afternoon and walks back into his darkest nightmare. What he finds there will change his life forever. THE SHACK wrestles with the timeless question, \"Where is God in a world so filled with unspeakable pain?\" In Drew’s opinion, one of the best love stories he’s ever read. The Shack was recently turned into a major motion picture starring Academy Award winner, Octavia Spencer (The Help) & Sam Worthington (Hacksaw Ridge, Clash Of The Titans, Avatar). www.theshackmovie.ca About 12 years ago, THE SHACK, was a self-published novel, originally written as a Christmas gift for Paul Young’s kids. Then, with a marketing budget of a few hundred dollars, eventually, the book sold over a million copies within a year, out of his garage. Today, THE SHACK has sold over 24 million copies worldwide. A few years ago, while staying at a Benedictine monastery on an island off the coast of the Western Sahara, Drew asked one of the monks to show him the oldest books they had in the library. The Brother placed this ancient document on a table but Drew quickly recognized the book underneath it. “A CABANAS” by William P. Young. Even though Drew was in a vow of silence, he was able to question the monk as to why this book was part of their library, since, in Drew’s mind, THE SHACK is a book that in many ways challenges religion. The young Brother said that it was his favorite book. As a matter of fact, THE SHACK was a favourite amongst all the monks.
www.wmpaulyoung.com

Jun 29 2019

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John Ratzenberger

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During more than three decades of moviemaking and theater, John Ratzenberger has enjoyed success as a screenwriter, director, producer and multi Emmy-nominated actor. He is also an accomplished entrepreneur and philanthropist. In 1982, John accepted a writing assignment for CBS in Los Angeles. On the day he was scheduled to return to London, he auditioned for a role on the upcoming Cheers. At the time of his audition, the character of the postman did not exist. As he walked out of the room, he turned and asked the creators “Do you have a bar know-it-all?” They didn’t know what that was, so John gave them five minutes of improv, demonstrating exactly what it meant with the perfect Boston accent. They loved what they saw and Cliff Clavin was born. In the history of television, only a handful of series have achieved the worldwide success of Cheers, on which John portrayed Cliff for the show’s entire 11-year run. To this day, thanks to daily syndication, Cliff continues as one of America’s most beloved characters. John is better known to a younger generation as the only actor to voice a character in every Pixar film including the witty Hamm the piggy bank in every Toy Story; P.T. Flea, the circus ringmaster in Bug’s Life; the lovable snow monster Yeti in Monsters, Inc. and Monsters University; the ever-changing school of Moonfish in Finding Nemo; the philosophical character The Underminer in The Incredibles and The Incredibles 2; a Mac-truck in Cars, Cars 2 and Cars 3; Mustafa, the head waiter in Ratatouille; as John, a human in WALL-E; the construction worker in Up!; Gordon the guard in Brave; Harland in Planes; Fritz in Inside Out; Earl in The Good Dinosaur; Bill the Crab in Finding Dory; and Juan Ortodoncia in Coco. Pixar artists always find a way to include John’s recognizable eyebrows and mustache. Pixar’s creators call John their “good luck charm.” In all, John has acted in 38 major motion pictures including blockbusters such as Superman, Star Wars: Episode V –The Empire Strikes Back and Ghandi to independent films like his hit The Woodcarver. He has written, directed or produced hundreds of television projects over the span of his career making him the 6th largest grossing actor of all time based on box-office receipts. Since climbing off the barstool at Cheers over a decade ago, John has immersed himself in what makes America great, a country in which a truck driver’s son wound up being a TV icon. He wrote the book: We’ve Got it Made in America, A Common Man’s Salute to an Uncommon Country, a collection of essays from his five years on the road visiting factory towns throughout the country on the Travel Channel show “John Ratzenberger’s Made in America.”

Jun 22 2019

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Madolyn Smith Osborne

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According to the incredibly accurate and always reliable Wikipedia: “Madolyn Smith first came to public attention with her role as Pam in the 1980 John Travolta film Urban Cowboy, and later co-starred in the films All of Me (1984), a Steve Martin-Lily Tomlin comedy, and 2010 (1984), the science fiction sequel to 2001: A Space Odyssey. In the early 1980s she also appeared in several TV movies, including Pray TV, Rehearsal for Murder and Deadly Intentions. She portrayed Jehan Al Sadat, wife of Egyptian president Anwar Al Sadat, in the 1983 TV miniseries Sadat, and played Ernie Kovacs\' wife Dorothy in the 1984 TV movie Ernie Kovacs: Between the Laughter. Smith may be best known for her starring role as Tracy Whitney in the 1986 TV miniseries If Tomorrow Comes, based on the Sidney Sheldon novel of the same name. She subsequently co-starred in films like Funny Farm (1988) opposite Chevy Chase[1] and The Super (1991) with Joe Pesci; the 1990 TV movies The Plot to Kill Hitler and The Rose and the Jackal; and the 1990 miniseries The Kennedys of Massachusetts. Smith guest-starred in a 1989 episode of the sitcom Cheers titled \"What\'s Up, Doc?\". She also appeared in multiple episodes of the 1993 drama series Class of \'96, and her last TV appearance to date was a 1994 episode of Due South.”

Jun 22 2019

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Kay Warren

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Kay Warren is an international speaker, best-selling author, and Bible teacher who has a passion for inspiring and motivating others to make a difference with their lives. She is best known for more than 10 years as a tireless advocate for those living with mental illness, HIV & AIDS, and the orphaned and vulnerable children left behind. As an advocate, she has traveled to 19 countries, calling the faith community as well as the public and private sectors to respond with prevention, care, treatment, and support. Kay is also a board member of the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention. When her youngest son, Matthew, took his life in April 2013, her life was dramatically altered by the catastrophic loss. As she and her family continue to grieve the loss of Matthew, she has determined to be a voice for those living with mental illness. Her message to the faith community is to eliminate stigma, shame, and fear and to create warm and accepting places of refuge for those who suffer. Kay is the author of several books including CHOOSE JOY: Because Happiness Isn’t Enough, in which she describes how painful experiences – two bouts of cancer, watching as life-threatening illnesses attacked her children and grandchildren, and living with mild depression most of her life – have shaped her conviction that joy is a choice and within the reach of every person, no matter how desperate or dark circumstances may be.

Jun 22 2019

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The First Ever Drew Marshall ROAST!

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There were a few key people who worked hard behind the scenes of TDMS - Gordo, Andy, Noelle, Michelle, Shaughna & Phil. During our second last show, the entire gang will get together one last time to share with the listeners things about Drew that Drew never wanted his listeners to know.

Jun 22 2019

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Amy Savin

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Years ago, Drew ran a contest on the show called, “So You Think God Wants You To Sing”. Amateur singers submitted their audition videos of them performing a song, then finalists were culled from the pack. Eventually, a winner was chosen and Amy Savin was the winner! Now, Amy is a professional recording artist and her new album ‘Unveiled’ was just released. *Amy Savin is a dynamic and powerful vocalist and songwriter who crafts melodic, alternative-rock songs that weld huge sounding guitars and intricately designed drum parts together into explosive declarations. You can hear influences like Paramore and Amanda Cook in new songs like “It’s A Good Life” and “All Will See” while her first record is more of a Bethany Dillon-esque roots rock-driven effort. Though she lives in the US, Amy shares dual-citizenship with both Canada and Australia. She will be touring in the US and Internationally in support of her full-length record in 2019.

Jun 22 2019

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Amy Grant

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Amy Grant has built a long, successful career on music that matters. Ever since she burst on the scene as a fresh-faced teenager bringing contemporary Christian music to the forefront of American culture, the Nashville native gained a reputation for creating potent songs that examined life’s complexities with an open heart and a keen eye. She became the first artist in Christian music to have a platinum record and went on to become a crossover sensation, her musical gifts transcending genre boundaries to make her a household name. She has earned six Grammy Awards and numerous Gospel Music Association Dove Awards as well as three multi-platinum albums, six platinum albums, and four gold albums. She’s achieved 10 Top 40 pop singles and placed 17 hits on the Top 40 Adult Contemporary chart as well as scoring numerous hits on the contemporary Christian charts. A longtime and active Nashville resident, Amy is as well known for her philanthropy as her music. She and husband, Vince Gill, are tireless in their efforts to aid worthy causes.

Jun 22 2019

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Gary Burghoff

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In 1967, Gary Burghoff had his biggest break in acting when he was cast as Charlie Brown in the original Off-Broadway production of You\'re a Good Man, Charlie Brown. The play won the Outer Circles Critics Award. Over the course of three years (one year in New York City and two years in Los Angeles), he performed the part over 1,000 times. Robert Altman was so impressed with Gary in You\'re a Good Man, Charlie Brown in Los Angeles that he gave him a screen test. That screen test led to Gary\'s part as Radar in the movie M*A*S*H. Gary was the only actor in Twentieth Century Fox\'s hit film M*A*S*H who was asked to reprise his character for the extremely successful television series. Gary received Emmy nominations for seven of his eight years on M*A*S*H. In 1977, he won the Emmy for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series. Unfortunately, it was the one year he didn\'t attend the awards ceremony… he was fishing. The presenter was M*A*S*H star Alan Alda, who said he was glad Burghoff could not appear because \"it gives me an opportunity to tell the world what a wonderful, gifted and outstanding person Gary Burghoff is -- something he, of course, would not say about himself.\" McLean Stevenson once said Gary \"was the best actor\" on M*A*S*H. Stevenson, who played Col. Henry Blake on the show, was Burghoff\'s closest friend on the set. Burghoff left M*A*S*H shortly after the start of its eighth season. He wanted to spend more time with his family and in an interview in The Complete Book of M*A*S*H, he discusses how he suffered from burnout. The strict scheduling required while in the series was difficult. After the third season, Gary was in fewer episodes each season due to the effect it was having on his family life. He also felt he had learned all he could from being in the series and didn\'t want to stay just for the money. After leaving M*A*S*H, he created his own All-Star Dixieland Jazz Band which recorded an album and toured some of the nation\'s jazz clubs. In regional theater, he toured five theaters doing The Owl and the Pussycat; it broke four of the theaters\' attendance records. Next, he did Woody Allen\'s Play It Again, Sam, breaking more house records

Jun 22 2019

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Gayle Scott

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The Enneagram played a huge part in the restoration of Drew & Bev’s marriage. Only after learning about themselves and then each other (from the perspective of The Enneagram) were they able to do two things.

1/ Practice compassionate, non-judgmental self-awareness.

2/ Not take unmet needs in their marriage so personally.

To help explain the Enneagram and clarify the practical benefit within a marriage, is Drew’s friend and world recognized Enneagram guru, Gayle Scott - Director of The Enneagram Mystery School of Colorado and International Enneagram Association Authorized Teacher & Professional.

Jun 15 2019

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Bruxy Cavey

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Bruxy is so into Jesus that he makes some pastors nervous.

Jun 15 2019

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By Adamcraig - Aug 16 2017
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I&#39;ve listed to Drew for several years now, probably since 2006. He&#39;s real and doesn&#39;t sugarcoat anything although I&#39;m sure he&#39;s a real sweetheart in person. ;) Love the interviews. Drew seems like one of the most authentic and genuine &#34;spiritual&#34; dudes or there.