First Look: Paikin and the Premiers by Politics Speaker Steve Paikin
Here's the publisher's description of the book, as featured in News Wire:
With more than 30 years in the business, Steve Paikin has built a sterling reputation as an accessible journalist; few people know the modern-era premiers of Canada's most populous province the way he does. Based on TVO's rich archive of interviews with Ontario's premiers, Paikin and the Premiers offers a rare perspective on Kathleen Wynne, Dalton McGuinty, Ernie Eves, Mike Harris, Bob Rae, David Peterson, Frank Miller, Bill Davis, and John Robarts—from the vantage point of one of Canada's most astute and respected journalists. A chronological presentation of interviews, beginning with Robarts (1961-1971) through to Wynne (2013) the book offers intimate insight from the author's voice, juxtaposed with detailed transcripts of individual interviews with the premiers. Through his signature curious and conversational style, Paikin explores both the personal and professional lives of the interviewees, providing a compelling narrative about their careers in politics.
In his keynotes, Paikin discusses national and provincial politics, offers illuminating insight into the life and work of former Ontario Premier John Robarts—as well as the personal lives of other politicians. With energy and wit, Paikin provides a refreshing look at where our politics have taken us, and where we're headed. While an expert in Canadian politics, Paikin is a respected journalists whose insights on politics and leadership are applicable to audiences outside of the country, as well. To book Steve Paikin (known as the go-to guy for tackling current-events topics in-depth) contact The Lavin Agency.