Hamilton/Niagara

B.A. Johnston’s Ham Jam

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B.A. Johnston’s Ham Jam

Year: 2019
Genre: Entertainment
Host: B.A. Johnston

Comedian B.A. Johnston leaves his Mom’s basement to host a personal tour of all things bizarre and forgotten in Hamilton, Ontario.


Episodes

Episode 1

B.A. explores why Hamilton has the most Mom-and-Pop sub shops of any city in Canada.

Episode 2

The oil-and-vinegar trail leads B.A. back to Murph’s, his beloved childhood sub shop.

Episode 3

The definitive analysis of Hamilton’s complicated relationship with steel.

Episode 4

B.A. and guest star Wax Mannequin summon the ghosts of Hamilton’s long lost arcades.

Episode 5

Get lost in the woods as B.A. hunts for the best of Hamilton’s 100+ waterfalls.

Episode 6

A special report on a barely remembered incident between B.A.’s brother and an 80s heartthrob.

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