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August 2012 Movies on VisionTV

Classic comedies on Late Great Movies with Ben Stiller, George Burns, Jim Carrey, Dudley Moore, Nia Vardalos, and Goldie Hawn.  Great Movies will take you to Alaska, Belleville, Vietman and South of Wawa.  Great Movies in the Afternoon has family comedy and drama with Peter Falk as Colomboairing every Monday..

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July 2012 Movies on VisionTV

Late Great Movies will leave you with a tune in your heart and a song in your soul, starting July 9 with the song and dance spectacle, Moulin Rouge.  That week also includes Music of the Heart, Shout, Blue Valley Songbird, andLove’s Labour’s Lost with songs by Cole Porter.  On July 12 at 9pm will be a repeat performance of Senior Star 2011.  The last week of July …

Doc Martin 5 begins November 16 on VisionTV

This fast-paced drama with a comedic twist, an eccentric bunch of characters, and an enduring love story which has captivated viewers all over the globe, Doc Martin attracted more than 8 million viewers when it returned for its fifth season on September 12, 2011 in the UK. The second episode jumped to over 9 million. VisionTV is excited to be …

Exclusive interview on Context with Lorna Dueck

Faith-based show Context with Lorna Dueck spoke to Rita Chretien, the Canadian woman who went missing with her husband Albert back in March and spent seven long weeks alone in the wilderness of Nevada, surviving largely on melted snow and her faith in God. Rita tells the story of her ordeal for the first time on Context with Lorna Dueck …

VisionTV strikes deal with BBC Worldwide

Canada’s VisionTV has signed an extensive deal with BBC Worldwide Canada, part of the commercial arm of the BBC. The deal includes a significant amount of classic British television content that will air in 2011/12 including Fawlty Towers, one of the best-known, and most-loved, British comedy series starring John Cleese as irascible Torquay hotel owner Basil Fawlty, and Prunella Scales …

CARP Ontario Provincial Debate to air in VisionTV Wednesday, September 28 at 10pm ET

On September 27, CARP will present its third CARP DEBATE, this time inviting Provincial Party candidates from all four parties to face off on the most important issues for all Canadians as we age including health care reform, retirement security, caregiver support and the environment. Older Canadians are the most engaged voters – 70 percent turn out to vote regularly.