Attended the 2004 Gemini Awards.
Jay asks a series of "mindbending" questions every Wednesday on Daily Planet where viewers can answer online and be put into a draw where they can win prizes if all their answers are correct.
Jay has done many interviews with many scientists on Daily Planet.
Jay was one of the format designers of Discovery channel Canada.
Jay helped start the network, Discovery Canada.
Jay is the published author of eight books.
Jay has been honoured by the Canadian Science Writers' association.
Jay enjoyed being one of the few people who got the chance to meet the world's smartest primates in their habitat in a laboratory at Kyoto University.
Since Japan Week was successful, Jay Ingram will travel to China with co-host Natasha Stillwell to introduce Canada to stories of China's scientific and technological advances.
Jay appeared at the Japanese Consulate in Toronto on June 21, 2005 for fans of the show to meet the hosts of Daily Planet and learn more about Japan week.
Jay's favourite story he did for Daily Planet's Japan Week was about intelligent primates that respond to electronic tests faster than most humans could have.
'Fact of the Matter' is a weekly segment about physics produced for Daily Planet by Jay Ingram.
Jay's Journal is a weekly segment produced for Daily Planet by Jay Ingram himself.
Jay is the writer of a column that appears in the Toronto Star once a week.
Jay earned three honorary doctorate degrees from three universities in the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec.
Jay is an expert in many fields of science and humanities, including language.
Jay edited Owl Magazine at one time.
Jay is an award winner for his contributions to science.
Jay is an award winner for his work in broadcasting.
Jay is a veteran when it comes to broadcasting educational science programs.
Jay is interested in the 'science of every day life'.
Jay hosts and produces Daily Planet.
Daily planet, the show Jay works on, is the first daily science show on television.
Jay is famous in Canada for educating audiences in science.