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Canadiens keep losing
Will the All Star Break benefit the Habs?
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Winners and Losers of the week
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The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview NBC's Superstore Star Mark McKinney.
Mark McKinney stars as Glenn, Cloud 9’s kind but confused store manager, on NBC’s new comedy, “Superstore.”
As co-creator, writer and ensemble cast member of “The Kids in The Hall,” seen on CBC, HBO and CBS, McKinney was nominated for three Emmy Awards for writing. He followed “Kids” (1988-94) with three seasons on “Saturday Night Live” as both a principal cast member and staff writer. “Kids” later returned to television in 2010 with the raucous miniseries “Death Comes to Town.”
America Ferrera (“Ugly Betty”) and Ben Feldman (“Mad Men,” “A to Z”) star in the hilarious workplace comedy “Superstore” (from the producer of “The Office”) about a unique family of employees at a super-sized megastore. “Superstore” centers around Amy (Ferrera), the store’s most stalwart employee as well as the glue holding the place together, and newly hired Jonah (Feldman), a naive dreamer determined to prove work doesn’t have to be boring. Their fellow associates include the sardonic Garrett (Colton Dunn, “Key and Peele”) the ambitious Mateo (Nico Santos, “Mulaney”) and the sweet pregnant teenager, Cheyenne (Nichole Bloom, “Shameless”). Overseeing them all are Glenn (Mark McKinney, “Kids in the Hall”) the store’s affable, clueless store manager, and Dina (Lauren Ash, “Super Fun Night”), the aggressive assistant manager who lives by a very specific code — namely the store’s employee handbook.
Just before the Thanksgiving break, Eric secretly taped an episode just to get to the 150th before the finale, lol. So here is an episode of the CBC Radio drama Nightfall entitled No Admittance, No Exit. In the future, computers decide who gets the best medical treatment based on their contributions to society..
Jon Kelly is an international clinician and world famous speech analyst who released key intelligence pertaining to the Iraq War two years in advance of the “Shock and Awe” strikes against Baghdad in 2003. As a former feature producer for CBS Radio with experience in #1-rated US television, his work exploring consciousness, communications, the paranormal and UFO phenomena have been featured in Huffington Post, USA Today, Dallas Morning News, Florida Today, Wall Street Journal, Irish Independent, UC Irvine Today, Coast to Coast AM, Fox News, CBS Radio and Television, CBC, BBC London, Deutschlandradio Berlin, AOL News, Anemone (Japan), UFO Digest and
Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. This broadcast features our regular PANW reports discussing developments in Chicago where the police have shot dead two African Americans; the advent of African apps and their implications; looking at the status of free speech in Africa; and the continuing presence of Kenyan Defense Force troops in Somalia. In the second hour we will listen to the IV installment of the Massey Lectures delivered by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. over the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) in late 1967. Finally we listen to a lecture on the internet in Africa by Andile Ngcaba at Oxford University.
Canadian soldier, Elton Adams has been performing for his fellow soldiers since he joined the military at the age of 17. While serving his country in Afghanistan in 2008, Sgt Adams performed his song, What A Soldier Left Behind, with Canada’s beloved rock band Blue Rodeo. He released his first rock album in March 2009 (most of the songs on the album were written in Afghanistan) upon returning to Canada. In addition to having his songs chart on various internet radio stations, Sgt Adams has received numerous awards for his music contributions to the Canadian Forces including 5 coins of excellence from 5 different generals, the Queens Diamond Jubilee Medal and the Chief of the Defense Staff Commendation. The Canadian Forces also released Sgt Adams’ song, “Lock and Load”, which commemorates the amazing efforts of Canadian soldiers while deployed to Afghanistan. Also, after returning from his third tour of duty (second tour to Afghanistan), Elton released three songs, "My Canadian Girls", "Gunslinger" and Live a Little Longer. Further, Sgt Adams finished in the TOP 8 (out of 3000 artist) in the 2013 Canadian CBC searchlight contest and was the last standing solo rock artist.
You can purchase Eltons digital album on ITunes, Spotify and Google play.
Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. During this broadcast we will feature our regular PANW report with dispatches on the burgeoining economic crisis in the Republic of South Africa and the political fallout from the dismissal of the Minister of Finance Nene; the security situation in Burundi has drawn the attention of the African Union and the international community with the deaths of people both inside the capital of Bujumbura and in the southwest region of the Central African state; a United Nations brokered agreement in Libya to stabilize the North African state faces tremendous obstacles in light of the precarious nature of the post-invasion society where the country has gone from being the most advanced in Africa to the greatest threat to peace and security; and the people of Chicago are escalating their demonstrations demanding the resignation of the Mayor Rahm Emanuel as well as the State's Attorney Alvarez amid revelations about police killings of African Americans. The second hour of the program will focus on the recent visit of People's Republic of China President Xi Jinping to South Africa. We will also present a state-owned broadcast analyzing the struggle legacy that created the current dispensation in South Africa. In addition we will continue rebroadcast of the historic Massey Lectures delivered by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. over the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) in late 1967.
Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. Our program highlights the regular PANW reports with dispatches on the recently concluded Forum on China-Africa Relations (FOCAC) in the Republic of South Africa; the reported presence of IS in the western coastal city of Sirte, Libya is providing a rationale for the resumption of air strikes by the imperialists; the United States has carried out bombing operations in the Horn of Africa state of Somalia just this last past week; and the nation of Burundi faces further instability with the failure of the East African regional community and the African Union to stabilize the situation inside the country. In the second hour we continue our coverage of the FOCAC Summit with reports on the various agreements signed between China and AU member-states. We continue our recognition of the 60th anniversary of the Montgomery bus boycott by looking at the historical predecessors to the Dec. 1955 actions examining the high school students strike in Virginia during 1951. In the third hour we hear the voice of Dr. TRM Howard who was a physician in Mississippi that supported the Civil Rights struggle during the 1950s. Finally we listen to part I of the historic Massey Lectures delivered in 1967 by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. over the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) radio where he proceeded to rapidly shift his views on US society and international affairs.
Ariel Tweto is an actress, writer, producer and is currently working on a number of projects including a new Realty TV Show as well as her own cartoon. She is also involved in multiple projects relating to suicide prevention in Alaska.
Ariel is best known for Flying Wild Alaska (2011), The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (2005) and Native Shorts Presented by Sundance Institute's Native American and Indigenous Program (2013).
Ariel is also the president and a founder of non-for-profit: Popping Bubbles. Popping Bubbles came about after an interview Ariel had with CBC Radio where she discussed suicide prevention and said, "We all live in little bubbles (never leaving the village, hanging out with only certain people, not trying a new food, not being open to different ethnicities, religions, ways of life, etc.) ...so I want to go around and pop them!"
The program all about TV. Our guests: Ed McCardie, co-creator of Spotless, Esquire Network's first scripted series, launching November 14, and actress Stephanie Bennett, co-star of The Romeo Section on CBC and recurring guest on Shadowhunters, ABC Family's upcoming fantasy drama based on the best-sellilng novels (debuts January 12).
Country artist Tim Hicks begins his Get A Little Crazy Tour on November 1st in Sault Ste Marie, Ontario. Joining him on the tour will be country acts Jason Benoit and Cold Creek County.
Tim's hits include Get By, Here Comes The Thunder, Stronger Beer, So Do I, She Don't Drink Whiskey Anymore & Young, Alive And In Love.
He received high praise for his performance of Young, Alive And In Love on the 2015 CCMA Awards Show broadcast on CBC in September 2015.
He won the award for Male Artist of the Year and Album of the Year at the 2015 Country Music Association of Ontario awards.
Tim just released 5:01 + which features 4 brand new songs not available on his album 5:01. Check it out now at iTunes!
Get to know this talented Ontario Country artist on this episode of In The Country with Dave Woods.
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