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This is That Live

For the first time ever Pat Kelly and Peter Oldring will offer the audience an intimate look behind the studio door of CBC’s hit satirical radio show THIS IS THAT. With a healthy mix of character interviews and mockumentary stories, this send up of public radio allows fans to witness the frenzied production process of the actual radio show. Nothing is off limits–politics, business, culture, justice, science, religion–if it’s relevant to Canadians, THIS IS THAT finds a way to fabricate a story. Keen followers of the show will also be happy to know that Pete and Pat will be unveiling some of the best listener phone calls that were too wild for morning radio.

If you have ever been curious how just two guys provide all the voices for this radio comedy…. Well, this is the show for you.

Pat Kelly

As a comedian, actor and producer, Pat’s professional career has spanned over 15 years. He has appeared at the Just For Laughs Festival, on Late Night With Conan O’Brien, and has co-written and performed in several main stage productions at THE SECOND CITY in Toronto. He has also been nominated twice for a Canadian Comedy Award in the categories of improvisation and television performance. Pat has collaborated and performed with the likes of Molly Shannon (SNL), Fred Willard, Mark McKinney (Kids in the Hall), Dan Aykroyd and Dave Thomas(SCTV)

Peter Oldring

Peter started his comedy career 20 years ago in Calgary and hasn’t slowed down since. He has performed with THE SECOND CITY in both Toronto and Los Angeles, and has appeared several times at the Just For Laughs Festival. This year won a Canadian Comedy Award for his work in the feature film Young People F%#*ING. Peter can be seen regularly on the WB network and on Comedy Central in the sketch comedy series Blue Collar TV. Currently he stars with Kevin Nealon and Cathrine O’Hara in the series Glen Martin DDS and Love That Girl on TV One.

Together they are the creators of GOOD MORNING WORLD which aired on the Comedy Network and THIS IS THAT airing on CBC Radio One.


2 Comments(add yours)

  1. ivan sabesky says:

    You should think about doing a sketch on eligetability for drivers licences and limiting the speed you can drive to certain charestics of the driver like how fast you can run, how short your legs are, the music you like, near or far sighted, your politics, your age etc.

    love your show, all of it

  2. Ray Mikkola says:

    How about a story regarding a new law requiring nearly silent electric vehicles to be equipped with sounds, for safety reasons. Dodge Ram could sound like a sheep, etc… The Impala is a challenge because it doesn’t make noise…

    Wonderful show. I sometimes laugh out loud.

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