Nadine Thornhill from Yummy Mummy Club Blogs tells readers to “reserve a seat on the couch and make plans to stay in on Thursday night, because The Truth About Female Desire is good TV!” See the full article: http://bit.ly/1vnY2a7
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Judith Timson, in the Toronto Star calls The Truth About Female Desire an eyebrow-raising new documentary. Read here: http://on.thestar.com/1As5qHv
Well, if you weren’t sure you wanted to watch The Truth About Female Desire, (Thursday night 9pm on CBC’s Doc Zone) here’s a little persuasion from Globe and Mail TV critic John Doyle http://bit.ly/1AoB1tF
Maureen’s new film, The Truth About Female Desire, is making news! See what Canadian Press has to say about it here http://bit.ly/1KJYJ6s And listen to Maureen on CBC Vancouver’s Early Edition here http://bit.ly/1DFUjf9 Watch The Truth About Female Desire Thursday night, February 12, @ 9 pm on CBC Doc Zone.
When was the last time you saw a 50-something woman attend an oral sex workshop, on national TV? Or a 40-something divorcee admit her fondness for dominance and submission play? Or a married senior citizen reveal how she found a lover on craigslist? That’s the kind of frank talk you’ll hear in The Truth About Female Desire, which
Would you like to know more about the people and the programs featured in Angry Kids & Stressed Out Parents? You can watch all the ‘extra’ videos on the playlist we created on our YouTube channel Visit the websites for the interventions we featured (and a couple we couldn’t squeeze in because of time): Triple P Parenting:
Someone needs a big huge pat on the back tonight. Her name is Caroline Butler. She is the wizard behind Bountiful Films’ outreach to promote our films. Her work on Angry Kids & Stressed Out Parents was outstanding. I’ve never felt so many Canadians connected with a Bountiful Films documentary. I also want to single
Maureen Palmer was a guest on CBC Radio’s The Current. She spoke about the documentary, and two other interviewees from Angry Kids & Stressed Out Parents took part, too. (Rob Santos of Healthy Child Manitoba, and parent Karen de Montigny) Listen to the full interview here. Here’s a review of the documentary in the Winnipeg Free Press.
If you read our post from Saturday you’ll remember that there is a link between socioeconomic status and the number of words a child will know growing up. Inequality gap, meet word gap. With life success so closely linked to language ability, scientists are looking at ways to close the ‘word’ gap between poor kids and kids
There are hundreds, if not thousands of early-learning programs in Canada. So how did we decide which programs to profile? This was a very tough decision, as there are several which deserve national attention. We used the criteria below. 1/The programs had to be evidence-based and have decades of data supporting them. The original participants in