The Curling Show
Glenn Howard and Buck Goodbrand. November 21st, 2015

So the Great Brush Debate continues to be the focus of curling conversation. Tension on the ice, WCF rulings, The New York Times, Stephen Colbert — there’s a lot going on. So I had Glenn Howard on the phone for a conversation and, shockingly enough, we talked a lot about the brush story. I also talked to Buck Goodbrand, the director of the documentary that chronicled the 2010-2011 season of Team Howard, because that film is now available on US cable outlets and in iTunes. If you go here, you can find out all the ways to see it.

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As always, thanks for listening. If you want to connect with me, my email is on this site and I’m active on Twitter.

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Glenn Howard before the Capital One Masters of Curling. November 12th, 2008

A day before the start of the first Capital One Grand Slam of the year, we talked to the skip of the team that started the season with four straight wins on the Asham World Curling Tour.

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Glenn Howard Interview. September 27th, 2005

We spoke to Glenn Howard just one day after his win in the team’s first event of the season – the Shorty Jenkins Classic in Brockville, Ontario. Among other things, Glenn talks about how the team played in the spiel, the team’s preparation for the Olympic Trials, the loss in last year’s Ontario final and whether he’d be skipping if his brother Russ still lived in Ontario. We finish with a new rapid-fire segment – Glenn weighs in with one-word answers on all kinds of things that are on the minds of curlers.


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