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 # 5:
“After a holiday break, Tim The Tool asked me what I did during my time off. I accidentally combined two responses together (‘Not much. I just hung out’ AND ‘Not much. I just laid low.’) I ended up saying, ‘Not much. I just hung low.’ Because Tim and I are actually 13 year old boys, it took us a very long time to stop our uncontrollable giggling!”


  • JOURNEY Update - Marcella’s Mom!
    Just before a show in March 2015, Drew was told that a former guest / turned friend had just died. MS finally took Marcella Immacolata Trichilo. She was only 38. Since she was first interviewed by Drew in 2006, especially during his years of “public doubt”, Marcella was a pebble under his soul. Over time, her body slowly trapped and betrayed her. Drew was in complete awe of her unwavering dedication to the God who never answered her hope & prayers to be healed. Drew was honoured to have been asked by the family to lead the funeral service for this young, vibrant, stubborn and cheeky Italian woman. Marcella was tenacious grace! CLICK HERE To Listen To Marcella's Last Interview

  • Kevan Chandler — Author, Speaker, Inspirational Motivator
    Kevan Chandler grew up in the foothills of North Carolina with his parents and two siblings. The youngest of the bunch, he was the second to be diagnosed with spinal muscular atrophy, a rare neuromuscular disease. He has a bachelor’s of arts degree in counseling from John Wesley College. In the summer of 2016, Kevan and his friends took a trip across Europe, leaving his wheelchair at home, and his friends carried him for three weeks in a backpack. An avid storyteller, Kevan has authored several books, including a memoir of their adventures, and speaks worldwide about his unique life with a disability. He is also the founder of We Carry Kevan, a nonprofit striving to redefine accessibility as a cooperative effort.
    (Watch The Trailer For Kevan’s DocuTravel Adventure)

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

  • Ambre McLean
    Some things need to be felt rather than summed up with words. Some things are better understood by that shiver down your spine, that smile on your face, or that tear that sneaks down your cheek. Whatever soul means to you, experiencing the music of Ambre McLean, may just leave you with a new definition. A veteran of the Canadian music scene, with her genre-defying style and indie approach, Ambre McLean has carved her own path along the way. Ambre has released multiple studio albums, garnered numerous accolades and has appeared regularly on the Canadian music festival circuit. McLean is truly one of Canada’s rising stars. She has been called “Canada’s best-kept secret”. With songs that will stick with you, and a voice bound to haunt you, this is one secret you’ll want to be in on.

    CHECK THIS VIDEO OUT: "Say Say, Oh Playmate" - Ambre McLean (Live Looping)
    **AND… Check out our DrewTube page to watch over 100 videos from some of our previous recording artists.

Special Guests

  • Ted Dibiase — WWE Hall Of Fame Professional Wrestler, “The Million Dollar Man”
    Ted Dibiase, AKA The Million Dollar Man, became a professional wrestler in the summer of 1975 and he paid his dues in the early years of his wrestling career, traveling thousands of miles by car, spending many nights in less than luxurious hotels, and making little money. His big break came in the spring of 1987 when he headed for New York and the WWF to become the “Million Dollar Man”. It was from here that his career skyrocketed. Ted literally traveled the world with the WWF, wrestling in some of the biggest venues in the world. Places like Madison Square Garden, The Superdome, The Skydome, The Tokyo Dome, and Wembley Stadium, all became familiar places to Ted. After six years with the WWF, seeing his likeness made into action figures, characters in video games and his face on everything from T-shirts to pinball machines, he ended his active career at the end of 1993 due to a neck injury. He then went on to be a ringside manager and commentator with the WWF from 1994 to the fall of 1996. During that time, he managed such wrestling superstars as “Stone” Cold Steve Austin and Bam Bam Bigelow. Ted finished his career working for Ted Turner owned World Championship Wrestling (WCW) from the Fall of 1996 to the Fall of 1999, spending a total of twenty-five years in the industry. As he was ending his wrestling career, Ted was already turning his talents elsewhere and looking to the future.

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 #6 “Bonding Through Sex & Touch”
    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 #6 “Bonding Through Sex & Touch”

    *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.