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The Nature of Things: Screening & Discussion


Join The Nature of Things co-host Sarika Cullis-Suzuki and executive Sue Dando to learn behind-the-scenes secrets of this iconic Canadian series. Watch highlights from episodes followed by a panel discussion offering insights into the making of the episodes, followed by a Q&A. This is your opportunity to get an insiders’ view on one of CBC television’s longest running science and nature documentary series! Learn about the challenges and rewards of making these films, and how they can help to broaden perspectives of our world and inspire action.

This event will be moderated by CBC Manitoba’s Bryce Hoye. Doors open at 4:30 pm. Admission is free.

About the Speakers: Sue Dando is a production executive at CBC's The Nature of Things. She has been with the show for over 10 years, and has produced some of its most iconic episodes. Sarika Cullis-Suzuki is a co-host of CBC's The Nature of Things. She is a marine biologist and science communicator. Bryce Hoye is a multi-platform journalist covering news, science, justice, health, 2SLGBTQ issues and other community stories.

The poster for this event can be found here

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Thursday, March 14, 2024
5:00PM - 7:00PM
Carol Shields Auditorium
Millennium Library
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