After 16 seasons, TDMS will come to an end on Saturday, June 29th. For the last 10 weeks of the show,
Drew will share his TOP 10 moments of hosting Canada’s most listened to spiritual talk show.

Moment # 7:
THIS ONE TIME - ON TDMS… “Tim The Tool played a song not realizing that there were some incredibly profane lyrics in it. Hence the nickname. Not the best move on Canada’s largest Christian radio station. He felt enough guilt to consider becoming Catholic!”

Special Guests

  • TRIBUTE to Tim Conway — (With Tim’s Friend, Celebrity Impressionist - Louise DuArt)
    Tim Conway
    December 15, 1933 - May 14, 2019

    “I was born and then I did The Carol Burnett Show for eleven years. What else is there to know? I have six Emmy’s. Big deal. I am also in The Comedy Hall of Fame, it was a natural since I spent alot of my time in grade school out in the hall. I went to Bowling Green State University for eleven years. A very slow lerner (I proofread my bio). I was in the army (ours) for two years and was in McHales Navy for three years. That is a total of five years of service. My ambition was to be a jockey, but at my weight, even the horses were asking me to get off. I have seven children, two grandchildren and a puppy. I have been married since 1984, a record for Hollywood. I do not have a serious thought in my head. Enjoy the show.” - TIM CONWAY

    Louise DuArt - Celebrity Impressionist
    Louise is often called one of the world’s greatest comedic-impressionists and continues to astonish critics and audiences alike with her dead-on impressions of America’s most famous people. With a unique talent for replicating celebrities in fun-loving style, Louise DuArt can carry-on animated fast-moving conversations between Joan Rivers, Edith Bunker, Barbra Streisand, Barbara Walters, Whoopie Goldberg, Judge Judy, and a few dozen others, all at the same time. As her husband says, “I never know who I’m waking up next to.” Louise starred alongside Tim Conway and Friends in the box office smash touring the nation, recreating classic sketches from television’s Carol Burnett Show. During the last decade, she co-starred with Tim Conway and the late Harvey Korman in the hit show Together Again. On Broadway, Louise DuArt has received critical acclaim for her starring roles in the long-running hit Catskills On Broadway, in the comedy/musical Dreamstuff, and as Bette Davis in Me & Jezebel. Louise DuArt also shares the stage for An Evening of Inspiration and Comedy with her husband SQuire Rushnell, speaker and best-selling author of the When GOD Winks books. The couple recently co-authored a break-through book, Couples Who Pray: The Most Intimate Act Between A Man And A Woman. She and her husband live in New York City and on Martha’s Vineyard.

  • Dr. Margaret Somerville — Professor of Bioethics University of Notre Dame Australia
    Margaret is Professor of Bioethics at University of Notre Dame Australia. She was previously Samuel Gale Professor of Law at McGill University. As an ethicist, Professor Somerville deals with issues like euthanasia; the treatment of seriously disabled new-born babies; withdrawal of life-support treatment; abortion; prenatal genetic screening; new reproductive technologies; "designer babies"; human embryo stem cell research; cloning; "manimals" – embryos with both human and animal genes; artificial sperm and ova -- making embryos from two same-sex adults; synthetic biology; transplant tourism; xeno-transplantation – the use of animal organs in humans; capital punishment; the law and ethics governing armed conflict; the ethics of robotic warfare; same-sex marriage; polygamy; and so on. A returning guest, Margaret joins us as we explore the convoluted area where faith meets ethics, medicine, science, sociology and the law.

  • Wes Yoder — Founder of Ambassador Agency Inc.
    Wes Yoder moved to Nashville in 1973 from the Amish and Mennonite community of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, to work in the music business. He was a pioneer in the formation of Contemporary Christian Music and launched the careers of many well-known artists. He also created the first faith-based speakers bureau to assist speakers and authors. In 1997, he launched Ambassador Literary Agency as a division of his company, which led to national media representation of many high-profile clients involved in national and international news stories. He provided media representation of The Purpose Driven Life, and literary representation of the New York Times best-sellers, Mistaken Identity, The Shack, Convicted, Son of Hamas and Bonhoeffer. Wes has been interviewed on The TODAY Show, NBC Nightly News, ABC’s Prime Time, Dateline NBC, CNN Headline News, and quoted by TIME Magazine, The New York Times, People Magazine, the Associated Press, Agence-France Presse, and others. Wes’s book, Bond of Brothers: Connecting with Other Men Beyond Work, Weather, and Sports, seeks to move men from silent and broken lives to the company of men where conversation, spiritual friendship and a life filled with friends and brothers define and complete God’s purposes for them. Wes is the director of the Middle Tennessee New Canaan Society which hosts weekly men's breakfast events in Franklin and Nashville.


  • Melissa Ohden & Claire Culwell — Abortion Survivors
    Melissa is the survivor of a failed saline infusion abortion in 1977. Despite the initial concerns regarding Melissa’s future after surviving the attempt to end her life at approximately seven months gestation, she has not only survived but thrived. With a Master’s Degree in Social Work, she has worked in the fields of substance abuse, mental health, domestic violence and sexual assault counseling, and child welfare. Melissa was formerly a College Outreach Speaker with Feminists for Life and is the former Patron of Real Choices Australia. She has testified before the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate, and the Australian Parliament. Melissa is on the Board of Directors for the Vitae Foundation, a national organization which uses media to advance a culture of life. In 2012, Melissa founded The Abortion Survivors Network (ASN). ASN seeks to educate the public about failed abortions and survivors while providing emotional, mental and spiritual support to abortion survivors. Since ASN’s inception, Melissa has been in contact with over 210 survivors. She is the author of You Carried Me, A Daughter's Memoir, which was released in January of 2017. After years of searching for her biological family and offering them forgiveness for the decision that was made to end her life, Melissa’s story, and her life, is so much more than one of survival.

    When Claire met her biological mother in March of 2009, she was told her life was a miracle. Claire's biological mom became pregnant at the age of 13. Her biological grandmother took her birth mother to an abortion clinic where she had a D and E procedure performed on her. Weeks later she realized she was still pregnant. After consulting with the abortionist who performed the first abortion, she was informed she had been pregnant with twins... only one of the twins had been aborted, the second baby had been undetected. Referred to an out-of-state late-term abortion clinic to do a second abortion, Claire's birthmother was told abortion would not be an option. Claire was born at 30 weeks gestation, weighing 3 lbs. 2 oz. She was adopted shortly after birth by an amazing family, whom she dearly loves.


Rebuilding Love

  • A 9 Week Series With Canadian Talk Show Host Drew Marshall (& his wife) AND Relationship Guru & Psychologist Dr. Sue Johnson — HOLD ME TIGHT Conversation #4 "Engaging And Connecting”
    They tried 28 years of doing marriage their way, but eventually it ended. However, after a long separation, Canadian talk show host Drew Marshall and his wife Bev recently renewed their vows on a small deserted island off the coast of Mexico. Now, to make sure he doesn’t screw it up again, Drew has asked renowned psychologist and relationship guru Dr. Sue Johnson to help he and his wife rebuild their love - but this time with new foundational building blocks, using tools they’ve never had before. Dr. Johnson has agreed to personally take Bev and Drew through her Hold Me Tight Program.

    THIS WEEK: HOLD ME TIGHT Conversation #4 “Hold Me Tight - Engaging And Connecting”

    *If you've been following these incredibly vulnerable conversations with Bev, Drew & Dr. Sue and are interested in registering for the Hold Me Tight Program - CLICK HERE to begin rebuilding your love.

LIVE! on TDMS - Devoted Souly to the Art of Music

  • Jeremy Voltz
    Jeremy Voltz has been writing music, recording, and performing for 18 years throughout Canada, the U.S., and abroad. Known for his contemporary soul sound and huge voice, his songs bridge the gap between folk, rock, and soul. As a vocalist, Jeremy has had the pleasure of performing for huge crowds on some of Toronto’s greatest stages. He has performed at the Sony Centre, North by North East, City Hall, and live on the CBC. He has also toured internationally as a featured soloist with acclaimed vocal group Countermeasure, whose music video for his solo track “Life is Fine” skyrocketed to over 200K views on YouTube in just a few months. He has also gained notoriety as a songwriter; two of his songs were recent semi-finalists in the Canadian Songwriting competition, and he was awarded a music grant through Z103.5’s FundMeFest for his song “Wrong With Me”. Growing up in Cleveland, Jeremy became a multi-instrumentalist and band-leader, first studying jazz drumming, then guitar, piano, all the while honing the voice he is renowned for. Since moving to Toronto in 2007, Jeremy has immersed himself in the musical network of Toronto, from performing and collaborating with up and coming Canadian artists like Alysha Brilla, to sharing the bill with Canadian legends like April Wine, Corey Hart, Chantal Kreviazuk, Nikki Yanofsky, Glass Tiger, Matt Dusk, Kim Mitchell, and Blue Rodeo. CHECK THIS VIDEO OUT:

    CHECK THIS VIDEO OUT: Jeremy Voltz - "First"
    **AND… Check out our DrewTube page to watch over 100 videos from some of our previous recording artists.