February 6, 2004

First episode of “Driving Television” airs Sunday

Zack Spencer and Dagmar Midcap
Zack Spencer and Dagmar Midcap. Click image to enlarge

Vancouver, B.C. – The first episode of Driving Television, Canada’s newest weekly automotive television series, airs this Sunday on Global TV stations nation-wide.

The premier episode will include a preview of the Canadian International Auto Show, a review of the 2004 Nissan Quest by hosts Zack Spencer and Dagmar Midcap, a test-drive of the Chevy SSR, a drive in an authentic Monster Truck by “Extreme Drives” host Dana McLoughlin, and a nostalgic review of the 1929 Austin Seven.

The first episode will also include a test-ride of Harley Davidson’s V-Rod motorcycle by Dagmar Midcap, a feature on convertible hardtops, and a tongue-in-cheek look at the relationship between cars and attractive young models.

Driving Television is a production of Tencrows Media Group of Surrey, B.C., and is written by CanadianDriver editor, Greg Wilson. Scheduled showtimes can be found at www.drivingtelevision.com.

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