Tuesday, May 28, 2013
John Gormley Live - Open Lines
John Gormley Live - Open Lines.
John Gormley Live - Marc Saltzman on the best Father’s Day gift gadgets
John Gormley Live - Tech expert Marc Saltzman joins the show to talk about the coolest Father’s Day gift gadgets.Marc Saltzman
John Gormley Live - Jason Alexander from TV’s Seinfeld
John Gormley Live - Jason Alexander is perhaps best known as George Costanza from hit TV show, Seinfeld. He starred with Jack Black in Shallow Hal, and has made appearances in Friends, Criminal Minds, and Two and Half Men to name a few. He will be visiting the EA Rawlinson...
John Gormley Live - Should mothers in jail be able to have their babies with them there?
John Gormley Live - A B.C. Supreme Court case is underway in Vancouver to determine if mothers in jail will be allowed to care for their infants. Five women and two of their children launched a constitutional challenge after the mother-baby program at Maple Ridge's Alouette...
John Gormley Live - Should being a radical Islamist be illegal in Canada?
John Gormley Live - Columnist Brian Lee Crowley says being a radical Islamist is not illegal, and Canadians should remember that. Crowley says it is only a crime if radicals take ACTION based on their beliefs. Should it be illegal to be a radical Islamist in Canada?Brian Lee...
The Afternoon News - Today's top stories
Saskatoon Afternoon - David Kirton has today’s top stories.
The Afternoon News - A Saskatchewan woman fights stigma around mental illness
Saskatoon Afternoon - Since
her diagnosis with bipolar, Natasha Stubbs has been defending herself
from a world of stereotypes and prejudice towards those with mental
illness. We speak with her about her journey.Natasha Stubbs.
The Afternoon News - Planning for growth in Saskatchewan
Saskatoon Afternoon - Regional
planning is topical when it comes to Saskatoon and Regina. The City of
Regina is currently feuding with the R.M. of Sherwood over annexation
plans while the mayor of Saskatoon has said the city must come up with a
regional growth plan. We speak...
The Afternoon News - The round table
Saskatoon Afternoon - Round Table – with Craig Silliphant and Angela Hill
The Afternoon News - Growing diversity in Saskatchewan classrooms
Saskatoon Afternoon - Diversity
is skyrocketing in school across the province, especially those in
Saskatoon. News Talk Radio’s Ashley Wills has been looking into this.
She joins us.
The Green Zone - Tuesday, May 28, 2013
The Green Zone -
The Riders announced the two newest members into the Plaza of Honor.
Jamie and Glenn discuss the newest members.
Gene Makowsky, the newest members of the Plaza of Honor, joins Jamie
and Glen to talk about today's announcement.