Wednesday May 31 Hour 4 – Advice Lady | David Cooper Ruins The Show / The Planet | Slow News Day
GUEST: Eileen Ross - Video Podcaster, freelance copywriter and content writer
GUEST: David Cooper
Wednesday May 31 Hour 3 – Nerd News | Ask A Wildlife Animal Care Assistant Anything
GUEST: Dan Riskin, Science Expert
GUEST: Sarah Marrs-Bruce - Wildlife Animal Care Assistant
Wednesday May 31 Hour 1 – Jim Has Issues | The Rundown | Deep Dive
On the Rundown, Ken Eastwood and Karl Dockstader join us.
Rachel Aiello - Senior Digital Parliamentary Reporter for CTV Ottawa talks about the Majority of MPs voting for foreign interference special rapporteur Johnston to 'step aside'.
Wednesday May 31 Hour 2 – Nova Scotia Wildfire | CANADA NOT CONSTITUTIONALLY OBLIGATED TO BRING HOME SUSPECTED ISIS FIGHTERS | Canadian extradited to Thailand to face charges of being hit man | Stellantis EV Battery Plant
GUEST: Shawn King - Resident affected by fires near Halifax
GUEST: Guidy Mamann - Immigration Lawyer and Partner at Mamann, Sandals & Kingwood - MigrationLaw.com
GUEST: Peter Edwards - Crime Reporter for Toronto Star and author of 15 books on various organized crime organizations
GUEST: Greg Layson, Digital and Mobile Editor of Automotive News Canada
Tuesday May 30 Hour 4 – Whistle Blowing | David Cooper Ruins the Show | Slow News Day
We blow whistles and talk about whistle blowers
David Cooper joins the show for some random talking. Maybe we get to some planned topics, but we probably won’t.
40th University of the end of a US music festival, and also some stories from Florida, on Slow News Day with producer Tony
Tuesday May 30 Hour 3 – The Draft | Toronto Crack Pipes | Wright or Wrong
Today on The Draft, Music industry experts, Eric Alper and Bill King pick their favourite #roadtrip songs. Who drafted the best team of songs?
Street Health Community Nursing/veteran; harm reduction activist to talk about Anthony Furey Revelation Toronto-branded Crack Pipes.
Quebec driver sentenced to 8 months after swerving to avoid ducks caused fatal collision. Was the sentence to harsh, not harsh enough?
Executive vice president of Maru Public Opinion, joins us for another quiz of Wright or Wrong. This week, how or when will people retire from work.
Tuesday May 30 Hour 2 – School Inclusion | Alberta Election | Alien Nation
We take your calls What if you kid wants to change schools? Would you let them.
Lessons for Pierre Poilievre from the Alberta election; we talk to political strategist Tim Powers.
Do aliens love America? 92% of #UFO sightings take place in the United States. We talk to Nathan Radke of the Cover Up Podcast, and preview a meeting from @NASA on #UAP observations.
Tuesday May 30 Hour 1 – Jim Has Issues | The Rundown | Deep Dive
Jim Richards has some issues but crack isn’t one of them.
On the Rundown, Brayden Akers and Reshmi Nair debate, York Catholic School Board voting against flying the #Pride Flag.
Thomas Mulcair, CTV political commentator and former leader of the federal NDP, joins the Deep Dive discusses his thoughts on David Johnston and why he should leave graciously while he still can
COVID-19: THE FACTS
Your questions answered
Reshmi Nair, host of "Outbreak: The Facts and Fiction of the Coronavirus" asks Dan Riskin, Bell Media science expert and Dr. Isaac Bogoch, Infectious disease physician at Toronto General Hospital YOUR questions about COVID-19