Sounds of Ottawa
Famous guests closely related to the Canadian capital share their musical memories with TV and radio host Patrick Langlois. Through three songs that evoke their childhood, their career or their future projects, we embark on their impressive journey, in the most symbolic places in Ottawa.
Growing up at 24 Sussex Drive, Ben Mulroney, TV host and son of former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney is definitely one of Ottawa's most prominent citizens. In the comfort of Chateau Laurier, he shares memories of the amazing encounters he made and his musical guilty pleasure.
At the age of 6, Keshia Chante received a standing ovation at a talent show at Carleton University, Ottawa, and that is the turning point in her life. From being a teenage star to an accomplished artist and businesswoman, Keshia discusses with Patrick Langlois the songs that marked her amazing path.
From being the second Canadian to play quarterback in the NFL to becoming Daily TV's host, not forgetting of course The Bachelor, Jesse Palmer, raised in Ottawa, has a lot to share about his career and musical memories, in a lively talk at the National Gallery of Canada.
In the Canadian Museum of Nature, Patrick Langlois meets with Ottawa's born and raised Anthony Lemke, best known as Three from Dark Matter and David Rosthein from Les Hauts et les bas de Sophie Paquin.
From her father's ByTowne Cinema to the benches of the University of Ottawa where she obtained a bachelor's degree in theater at a very young age, through the National Arts Center and her crucial encounter with Robert Lepage, actress Anne-Marie Cadieux shares a sincere story with Ottawa.
Ottawa Senators forward, Jean-Gabriel Pageau, aka "Honey Badger", was born and raised in the nation's capital. At his second home, the Canadian Tire Center, he talks with Patrick Langlois about the songs that have marked his life and young career.