Radio Topics, January 31

Good morning all, and welcome to the end of January!

This week, at 8:05 we’ll speak with Simon Cameron, one of the Carleton students that won the North American Debating Championships this past weekend in Toronto. At 8:30, we’ll speak with Alex Culley from the city of Ottawa about the Bruce Timmerman’s awards, which reward individuals and organizations for doing great things for cycling.

We’ll also talk about some of the following:

It was the all star weekend!

All are guilty in the Shafia case.

Is there really a problem with OAS?

Cuts coming.

Ford has a coming rebellion.

Couldn’t happen to a nicer guy: Duceppe gets tagged with misspending House dollars.

Canada gets upset with the French running elections in Canada

Radio Topics, January 24

Happy Tuesday! We’ve got an exciting show lined up today: At 8:05, we’ll have folks in from Sock n’ Buskins new play Yerma, which debuts this week. At 8:45, we’ll speak with Greg from the Flats about their upcoming show at the Elmdale Tavern.

We’ll also touch on some of the following:

Fords hand-picked TTC chair not a fan of the all-underground Eglinton LRT.

Bieber tweet pays off: Ottawa women’s Organ Donation awareness campaign works

Conservative crime bill to cost provinces $1 billion

The great Ottawa single-men myth is false?

DND axes plans to buy stress balls; reason for purchase unclear

Helmets for tobogganing?

East Vancouver movie theatre gets liquor license, loses right to show movies.

Radio Topics, January 17

Happy New Year! Well, belated, I suppose. I’m back after several weeks, and am ready to kick off 2012 with an exciting show. Tune in at 93.1 FM in Ottawa tomorrow at 7am!

At 8:05, I’ll speak with Alex De Vries of Citizens for Safe Cycling about winter cycling and their upcoming Winter Bike Parade. At 8:30, we’ll chat with Nelson Edwards of the City of Ottawa, who is coordinating the Downtown Moves project, which has a public open house Wednesday night.

The Liberal Party had a convention!

Does Ottawa need a permanent movie studio?

Foreign influence in Canada ENGOs

The Ford brothers commit to a very public resolution to trim the fat.

Ontario to renegotiate with doctors

Releasing gender too early leads to female feticide?