– From Bell Media Studios, the brand-new podcast taped from Marilyn's home, features interviews with fan-favourite experts Debbie Travis, Carson Kressley, Daphne Oz, Joe Zee and more –
– New episodes are available every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday on iHeartRadio and everywhere podcasts are found –
TORONTO, March 31, 2020 /CNW/ - CTV announced today an expansion to its podcast portfolio with MARILYN DENIS DOES A PODCAST, a brand new podcast from multi-talented broadcaster Marilyn Denis, launching tomorrow, Wednesday, April 1.
From Bell Media Studios, the new original podcast brings Marilyn's iconic lifestyle and entertainment topics to listeners at home, from her home. With the help of experts from THE MARILYN DENIS SHOW plus new special guests, Marilyn will engage in meaningful discussions to try to make sense of these extraordinary days. New episodes are available every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday on the iHeartRadio app and everywhere podcasts are found.
MARILYN DENIS DOES A PODCAST is a conversation-driven experience that explores the unprecedented times Canadians and the rest of the world are trying to navigate. On her debut episode, Marilyn is joined by family therapist Joe Rich, who gives practical advice on the challenges that are facing many families during isolation and explains how we can push the reset button on our lives when this is over.
Additional confirmed guests joining Marilyn remotely include THE MARILYN DENIS SHOW fan-favourites like Tuscan–based author and designer Debbie Travis, Tony award-winning actress Andrea Martin, New York–based TV personality Carson Kressley, travel and design expert Tommy Smythe (WHERE TO I DO?), real estate entrepreneur Scott McGillivray, celebrity stylist Joe Zee, New York–based author and TV host Daphne Oz , and more.
"I'm at home and in isolation so there is no better time to start a podcast," said Marilyn Denis. "I'll be talking to some familiar people from my radio and TV shows, sharing great stories, conversations, and some laughs. It's the stuff we talk about when the mic is off and during commercial breaks. You'll get to know guests a lot better – you'll be in on the conversation."
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