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Have you ever seen a piano, free to play, in a public park? How about at a bus stop? If so, you’ve likely come across the work of artist Luke Jerram, whose whimsical installation “Play Me, I'm Yours” has visited cities around the world. His creations include large-scale installations, performance art, and intricate glass sculpture.
In the last instalment in his three-part series, Matt Gurney speaks to Dr. Bonnie Henry. Currently British Columbia’s health officer, Henry discusses her experience in Toronto during the 2003 SARS epidemic and the lessons we can apply to the coronavirus outbreak.
This weekend on TVO
Saturday, 9 p.m. — There Are No Fakes
Shortly after buying a painting believed to be by Indigenous art star Norval Morrisseau, musician Kevin Hearn learned he may have been duped by a fake. The world broadcast premiere of this TVO Original documentary traces the origin of Hearn's painting, and unravels the complex tale of a lucrative art forgery ring in Thunder Bay.
Sunday, 10 p.m. — Political Blind Date: Subways
This week’s episode brings together Toronto city councillors Jim Karygiannis and Anthony Perruzza to discuss how to approach the politically fraught issue of building new subways.
While cities around the world work to curtail the spread of the new coronavirus, this episode of More to Life looks back at how Canada dealt with disease control 20 years ago. Dr. Jay Keystone, an infectious disease specialist, speaks about guarding against malaria, tuberculosis, and West Nile virus.