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Show Notes

Monday, Apr 16th 2018

7:40am Reflecting On Humboldt: Greg Harper returns from Saskatchewan to reflect on his time cover the Humboldt Bronco’s tragedy.


8:20am: How To Teach Your Kids About Money: It is never too early to start to educate your children about money. Money Sense’s Romana King shares practical tips for children at every age.


Friday, Apr 13th 2018

740am Thor’s Hammers: Thor reviews Dwayne Johnson’s latest action-packed spectacle ‘Rampage’ and drops the hammers on Joaquin Phoenix’s disturbing new drama ‘You Were Never Really Here’.


8:20am Gardening Essentials: Cityline Gardening expert Carson Arthur reveals his favourite gardening gadgets and must-have tools so you make the most out of time spent pruning, growing and weeding.


 8:40am Canadian Comedian Tom Green: He’s baaack! The always-unpredictable and perpetually-funny Canadian comedian Tom Green returns to BT to talk stand-up, politics, and whatever else may come up.


Thursday, Apr 12th 2018

7:15am Shania Twain! Shania Twain joins us via satellite to chat about the brand new tour – her first since 2015 – and her latest album, ‘NOW’!


7:40am Skiing Sensation Mollie Jepsen: West Vancouver skiing sensation Mollie Jepsen, who recently won four medals at her first-ever Winter Games, talks about her unforgettable experience and previews the 2018 Whistler Cup.


8:20am Real Estate: What’s the market like in your neighbourhood? Is it hot or not? Realtor Leo Wilk takes us through listings in 3 B.C. communities, comparing list price, sale price and days on the market.


8:40am #SNFCRideDontHide: Help yourself and others by riding a bike.  We discuss the mental health benefits of exercise and learn more about an upcoming Steve Nash Fitness Club fundraiser in support of the Canadian Mental Health Association’s Ride Don’t Hide.


Wednesday, April 11th 2018

820: Every Note Played:  Her first book, ‘Still Alice’, brought the reality of Alzheimer’s to life. We talk to neuroscientist & author Lisa Genova about her latest book which offers readers an authentic depiction of ALS & how she blends her background with her literary skills.


8:40: Scorpionfly Fossil Discovery: It’s a prehistoric mystery 53-million years in the making. SFU Paleoentomologist Bruce Archibald reveals his Scorpionfly fossil discovery.



Tuesday, April 10th 2018

820am The Importance Of Caregivers: Caring for an ailing loved ones can be expensive and exhausting. The web series ‘House Call’ aims to help caregivers find solutions to improve their lives. Host and family physician Dr. Yvette Lu joins us to share the magnitude of the challenges faced by millions of Canadians.


8:40am Royal Etiquette: We chat with Charles the Butler about proper Royal Wedding protocol.


Monday, Apr 6th 2018

7:40 The Team Bus Experience: The team bus experience is rising to the forefront of the Humboldt tragedy. Marcus Fitzgerald from Sportsnet 650 did three seasons of broadcasts and bus rides with the BCHL’s Chilliwack Chiefs.


8:20 World Ski and Snowboard Festival: North America’s largest festival of snow sports, music, arts, and mountain culture happens in Whistler starting April 10th. We get the highlights ahead of the big event.


 8:40 A different kind of job interview: the other ways employers use to find out if you’re a fit’. HR expert Debby Carreau explains how the interview process is evolving and how to make sure you ace the interview.


Friday, Apr 6th 2018

7:50 Behind the scenes with the Sedins: She’s covered the Canucks for more than a decade & has shared many memorable moments during that time.  Sportsnet 650 ‘s Ann Schmaltz shares what the retiring twins are like when the cameras are off.


8:20 How to get the most out of your gas tank: With the sky high price of gas, these driving habits, tips and tricks will help you get improve your mileage and get the most bang for your buck when you fill up.


8:40 Resilience: Navigating love, loss & the road to success: Lisa Lisson, the first female and first Canadian president of FedEx Canada, shares the details of her memoir, as much about tragedy and loss, as it is a story of personal empowerment.


Thursday, Apr 5th 2018

7:40 Farewell to the Sedins: Daniel and Henrik Sedin play their final NHL game at Rogers Arena Thursday night. We look back at their impressive careers with the Canucks with Sportsnet 650’s Satiar Shah.


 8:20 Paramedics & PTSD: Who cares for the caretakers? That is the question posed by Vancouver filmmaker Kevin Eastwood’s documentary ‘After the Sirens’, which looks at the ramifications of being an Emergency Paramedic in today’s challenging times.


8:40am Lawn Care Tips for Spring: From aeration to fertilizer and weed control, Brian Minter joins us in studio to share his tips for spring lawn care.


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