Rob Lindsay + Rebecca Ferguson + Elaine Plummer
This week on the Richard Crouse Show Podcast we get to know Rob Lindsay, director of “No Responders Left Behind,” a documentary about the fight waged by former “The Daily Show” host Jon Stewart, social activist John Feal and FDNY hero Ray Pfeifer to get health benefits and compensation for 9/11 first responders. The film is now streaming on Discovery Plus in Canada. Then, Rebecca Ferguson, star of the much anticipated sci fi movie “Dune” stops by to talk about her character Lady Jessica, and why she described reading the book to be like doing a crossword puzzle. Then, Elaine Taylor Plummer stops by. She is a former actress. You’ve seen her in comedies like “Diamond for Breakfast” and “Half a Sixpence,” and she was even a Bond girl in 1967's “Casino Royale.” She dropped by the show today to talk about her husband of more than 50 years, the late, great Christopher Plummer and a new commemorative stamp issued by Canada Post in his honor. The couple met while filming Lock Up Your Daughters in 1969, and were together until the actor’s death in 2021 at age 91.
Guests: Scott Reid, former advisor to PM Paul Martin, Sabrina Nanji from Queens Park Observer and International trade lawyer Mark Warner.
With rumours of Ontario’s third lockdown being extended further, how are businesses faring? Not well. Erin Gamelin, owner of Louis Cipher on the Danforth and Stout Irish Pub in Cabbagetown tells Moore In The Morning that she might have to close down.