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Midland Cultural Centre serves up new TV series Sunday

The Best of: A Day in the Life series airs on Rogers TV Midland

The Midland Cultural Centre unveils a new television offering Sunday.

Slated to run on Rogers TV Midland, the series follows the facility's popular interview series entitled A Day in the Life.

“This first episode is slated to start airing on Sunday," said Jared Jylha, promotions and marketing coordinator for the cultural centre.

Over the years, the interview program hosted by Fred Hacker has featured many intimate conversations with a prominent Canadian covering a wide spectrum of professions and interests.

Jylha said the MCC is excited with the new offering, which will air at 2 p.m.

"Geared to our 'stay-at-home' circumstances while the MCC is closed, this new series provides recorded highlights from the live A Day in the Life shows," Jylha said, noting the series will be thematic in nature.

"The first edition features a look at four authors in a one-hour show: Conrad Black, Jacquie Gauthier, Maude Barlow and Anna Porter. Now you can meet famous Canadians in conversation in the comfort of your own home."

And like the original interviews, the best of series is also hosted by Hacker.

The MCC also has a full slate of shows available for viewing on its website.

In its archives, the MCC offers not just past A Day in the Life episodes, but also offerings tackling health-related topics such as mental health, lifestyle and diseases called Our Health and Straight Talk, which strives to engage the community on an important topic that affects the region as a whole.

To check out the catalogue of shows available for viewing, click here and follow the links (shows underlined in blue were recorded).


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