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  • The Breakfast Wrap

    The Breakfast Wrap is everything you need to start your day in an easy to consume podcast. It's a commuter podcast for people jumping on public transit or for those out walking the dog, hosted by John Moore of Moore in the Morning
  • Jerry Agar

    The Jerry Agar Show is the most opinionated show you will find on the planet. Jerry tackles all subjects with a no-nonsense approach that will keep you engaged and entertained
  • Chatter That Matters

    Tony Chapman cuts through the clutter to focus on what matters most to your life and livelihood
  • Totally Useless Information

    Nick and Roy scour the internet every week and bob and weave their way through the morass of fake facts in search of real – but totally useless – information
  • The Showgram with David Cooper

    All the best audio from The Showgram with David Cooper
  • Eat This

    Hosted by Lianne Phillipson
  • Thomas Mulcair with John Moore

    Quebec’s controversial Bill 96 has passed the National Assembly, which updates the original language law, Bill 101, with huge, sweeping changes to its justice and college education system, among many other sectors of Quebec society. Former Federal NDP leader and now CTV political analyst Thomas Mulcair has the latest for Moore In The Morning. 
  • Dr. Mitch with John Moore

    White Coat Wednesday with NEWSTALK 1010 Medical Correspondent Dr Mitch Shulman. Discussing the biggest stories of the week: Theories for the mysterious liver illnesses in children, why puberty is starting earlier in the US, and whether not getting enough sleep can disrupt stem cell repair in the cornea.
  • Mark Warner with John Moore

    A new bill before the senate could give even broader powers to agents at the border, including seizing your devices with only "reasonable general concern". International trade lawyer Mark Warner explains to Moore In The Morning.
  • The Morning Brief with Amanda Galbraith

    The Morning Brief with Amanda Galbraith, principal at Navigator and host of Free For All Friday on NEWSTALK 1010. Discussing the biggest stories of the day including a teenage gunman murdering 21 in Texas, Steven Del Duca using the Texas shooting to promote his platform, a popular radio morning show host undone by allegations of abuse, Justin Trudeau cancelling an appearance amid ugly protesters, and how your dog is not ready for you to go back to work.
  • John Moore Round One- May 25th

    Guests: Tim Hudak, former leader of the Ontario Conservatives, now with the OREA , POWERGROUP Communications and Host of the O-Show, Laura Babcock and Reshmi Nair, co-host of The Rush.
  • Andrea Horwath Interview (May 24)

    Mark interviewed Ontario NDP Leader Andrea Horwath.
  • WHY CAN’T I BET ON DOUG FORD’S TIE?

    GUEST: Neil Greenberg - Reporter analyzing advanced sports statistics for The Washington Post
  • Siobhan Morris on the Campaign Trail (May 24)

    GUEST: Siobhan Morris, CTV Queen's Park Bureau Chief
  • A new report suggests $3.8 billion in funding for Ontario Long-term care shifted to profit

    GUEST - Dr. Amit Arya is a palliative care physician who works at long-term care homes in the Greater Toronto Area and faculty appointments at the University of Toronto and McMaster University
  • ESS: How two Ontario chefs are rejigging the local fishing supply chain

    Two chefs turned fishmongers are working to build alternative supply chains around local catch from the Great Lakes. Matt Taylor and Jon Klip, chefs and co-founders of Affinity Fish, describe to Evan what this means.  Listen to The Evan Solomon Show podcast on the iHeart radio app, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen to your podcasts. Follow us on Twitter at @EvanSolomonShow.
  • ESS: Ottawa mayor on the severe storm that left trail of destruction

    Ottawa officials continue to assess the damage after a severe storm left a trail of destruction across the city on Saturday. Mayor Jim Watson provides Evan the latest updates on the cleanup efforts, including restoring power to thousands of residents.  Listen to The Evan Solomon Show podcast on the iHeart radio app, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen to your podcasts. Follow us on Twitter at @EvanSolomonShow.
  • Party for 2-Reshmi- May 24

    GUEST- Reshmi Nair. Co-host of the New Rush, weekdays from 2-6 on Newstalk1010 Toronto.
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  • Remembering 9/11 - Twenty Years Later

    FULL DOCUMENTARY: Nearly 3000 people lost their lives during the September 11, 2001 terror attacks. Now, twenty years later, we reflect on those who never made it out and the survivors who have been left with a lifetime of trauma. REMEMBERING 9/11 - TWENTY YEARS LATER features exclusive interviews and retrospectives from citizens, journalists and first responders who were there at Ground Zero on that fateful day.
  • In Conversation with Gordon Lightfoot

    John Moore had a chance to sit down with Canadian folk music legend Gordon Lightfoot to discuss his new album, "Solo", plus the genesis of some of his greatest hits
  • Thomas Mulcair with John Moore

    Quebec’s controversial Bill 96 has passed the National Assembly, which updates the original language law, Bill 101, with huge, sweeping changes to its justice and college education system, among many other sectors of Quebec society. Former Federal NDP leader and now CTV political analyst Thomas Mulcair has the latest for Moore In The Morning. 
  • Communities recovering after deadly storm ravaged Ontario, Quebec

    Evan Solomon speaks with Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson about how his city is recovering after a powerful storm swept the region, leaving a trail of destruction.  On today's show:  Ottawa City Councillor Catherine Kitts on how Navan, one of the hardest hit communities of Ottawa, is recovering after the storm.  Former UK prime minister Tony Blair on Vladimir Putin and his invasion of Ukraine. Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson on his city's storm recovery efforts.  Christopher Skeete, MNA and parliamentary assistant to Quebec Premier Francois Legault, on Quebec’s French language Bill 96. Matt Taylor and Jon Klip, chefs and co-founders of Affinity Fish, on how they are trying to rejig supply chains around local catch.
  • What Did You Get Away With?

    David Cooper is hosting the Late Showgram. Today's call in topic: What did you get away with? What’s your secret? Have you been sitting on this one for a while, call us, confess, it'll be cathartic. What things have you gotten away with that you're proud of? Maybe you fought the law and you won, or maybe it was the cookies in the cookie jar. Whatever it was, what did you get away with?