Nationally syndicated radio host, newspaper columnist and bestselling author Jeremy Bradley leads this weekly show featuring interesting and entertaining Canadian guests.
From TV to music to sports, JB features talented Canucks in this Air Canada demo pitch of The Scribble show. The 30 minutes will fly by -- get it? "fly" by! -- as you listen to the engaging banter with JB.
Jeremy Bradley is a Winnipeg-based writer and broadcaster. His internationally syndicated radio shows have been on the air for nearly 10 years and they broadcast from red carpets in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, New York, Toronto, Vancouver and more.
Bradley's bestselling book, The Official Guide to Being a Winnipeg Cheapskate, has had the city buzzing for two years and is a regular feature in the Winnipeg Free Press's Business section.
THE SCRIBBLEAIR CANADA DEMO
Demo Ep. 01
Jon Montgomery & Cynthia Loyst
As The Amazing Race Canada season finale draws near, host Jon Montgomery talks about the hit CTV reality show. Plus, he chats with Jeremy Bradley about being a Canadian Olympic gold medalist.
Later in the show, The Social co-host Cynthia Loyst talks about the daytime chat fest's third season and discusses some hot topics in the news.
Demo Ep. 02
Dawson City Music Festival showcase
Heading into its 37th year, the Dawson City Music Festival brings crowds from all over the country to celebrate talented Canadian artists. Before reporting live from the Yukon festival, Jeremy Bradley chats with this year's performers.
The Pack A.D. from Vancouver, The Slocan Ramblers from Toronto, and Lisa LeBlanc from New Brunswick talk about their excitement for performing in Dawson City. Plus, they give insight into the music-making process as indie artists.
Later in the show, the music festival's executive director chats with JB about the history and success of the DCMF.
Jeremy Bradley and Lisa LeBlanc at DCMF