Sunday, December 5, 2021

Briana Buckmaster on Sabrina Furminger’s ‘The YVR Screen Scene Podcast’

Briana Buckmaster is the latest guest on The YVR Screen Scene Podcast by Sabrina Furminger! Buckmaster and host Furminger discuss via Skype keeping calm during the confinement and more. Buckmaster previously appeared on the podcast in June 2019 to talk about her role on Supernatural and the Wayward movement. You can listen to that episode here.

YVR Screen Scene is a podcast and digital magazine centered around the Vancouver TV and movie industry. Sabrina Furminger is a Vancouver based journalist. She won a Women in Film & Television Vancouver Spotlight Award in 2016, and Ma Murray Awards in 2017 and 2018. She is also the author of The Healer and, in collaboration with Dennis Ilic, of Men of Science Fiction.

Previous guests on the podcast includes Amanda Tapping, Robin Dunne, Richard Harmon and Sachin Sahel.

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Check the synopsis:

Actress Briana Buckmaster (Supernatural) returns to the YVR Screen Scene Podcast to speak with Sabrina Furminger about keeping calm, acknowledging grief, and staying #WaywardAF during this unprecedented period of physical distancing. Also: a spirited edition of Favourite Things, in which Briana brings up a Star Wars project from 1984 that Sabrina had completely blocked out.

You can read the official announcement here:

The YVR Screen Scene Podcast is available on Apple Podcasts on the podcast’s website and wherever you listen to podcasts.

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