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Wednesday Nov. 7, 2018

In studio:

  • 6:21
    Shira Taylor, Lauren Chang
    SExT presents ‘Bodak Consent’
    Shira Taylor, creator/director; Lauren Chang, cast member and peer educator
    Sex Education By Theatre (SExt) is reacting to Premier Doug Ford’s repeal of the current sex ed curriculum with their song ‘Bodak Consent’. Joining Roger in studio are the minds behind the project Shira Taylor and Lauren Chang to tell us about the creation process and importance of addressing this issue.
    For more info click here. | Twitter: @SExTEdShow
    Video: SExT presents ‘Bodak Consent’
  • 7:37
    Jeff A.D. Martin, Alisha Tatham, Joel Kerr
    ‘Brothers/Sisters from the 6: Role Models in My Community’
    Jeff A.D. Martin, author; Alisha Tatham, Olympian; Joel Kerr, chiropractor and medical acupuncturist
    ‘Brothers/Sisters from the 6: Role Models from My Community’ is a new children’s book inspired by some of the role models here in the city. Joining Roger and Dina are author Jeff A.D. Martin, along with two people featured in the book, Olympian Alisha Tatham and Health Practitioner Dr. Joel Kerr.
    www.jeffadmartin.com | Twitter: @A_Tatham @TheHealthPusha
    Video: ‘Brothers/Sisters from the 6: Role Models in My Community’
  • 8:17
    Arlene Dickinson
    Breakfast of Champions in support of SickKids Hospital
    Arlene Dickison, CEO of District Ventures Capital
    On Friday, over 30 of the country’s top business and community leaders will all enjoy breakfast while raising funds for the SickKids Hospital. Joining Dina and Roger is CEO of District Ventures Capital Arlene Dickinson to talk more about this event and her participation.
    www.breakfastofchamps.ca | Twitter: @ArleneDickinson
    Video: Breakfast of Champions in support of SickKids Hospital
  • 8:33
    Mark Mattson
    Troubling results from Lake Ontario water report
    Mark Mattson, president and waterkeeper at Swim Drink Fish
    Toronto’s Harbourfront gets a failing grade when it comes to health and safety. To explain more about these results and the findings from Lake Ontario water report is the President and Waterkeeper at Swim Drink Fish Mark Mattson.
    www.swimdrinkfish.ca | Twitter: @swimdrinkfish
    Video: Troubling results from Lake Ontario water report

On location:

  • ‘Friends! The Musical Parody’
    CAA Theatre, 651 Yonge St.6:41
    FRIENDS!
    HIT #1: Stella is live at CAA Theatre with Friends! The Musical Parody. She’s learning more about the cast and performance.

    7:50
    FRIENDS!
    HIT #2: Stella is live at the CAA Theatre with Friends! The Musical Parody. She shares a sneak peek of a scene from the show.

    8:24
    FRIENDS!
    HIT #3: Stella is live at CAA Theatre with Friends! The Musical. She’s talking to the cast about costumes and their characters.

Tuesday Nov. 6, 2018

In studio:

  • 6:40
    Bruce Heyman
    U.S. midterm elections are today
    Bruce Heyman, former U.S. ambassador to Canada
    Today, millions of Americans are heading to the polls for the midterm elections. They will determine how effectively the Trump republican administration will govern these next two years. Joining Roger in studio is former U.S. ambassador to Canada Bruce Heyman with more insight on the possible outcomes.
    Twitter: BruceAHeyman
    Video: U.S. midterm elections are today
  • 7:10
    Kim Wright
    Premier Ford’s cabinet shuffle
    Kim Wright, Vice President of Public Affairs at HK Strategies
    Premier Doug Ford’s cabinet has seen a large shuffle only 4 months into his term. Joining Roger is Vice President of Public Affairs for HK Strategies Kim Wright with more on these changes and what it signals for the rest of the term.
    Twitter: @lobbygrl
    Video: Premier Ford’s cabinet shuffle
  • 7:22
    Ambareen-Rose Velji
    The G(irls)20 Global Summit unites women worldwide
    Ambareen-Rose Velji, Canadian delegate
    Our next guest represented Canada at this year’s G(irls)20 Global Summit in Argentina. The summit focuses on issues facing young girls and women globally. Ambareen-Rose Velji is here to talk about her journey and future endeavors.
    www.girls20.org | Twitter: @Girls20
    Video: The G(irls)20 Global Summit unites women worldwide
  • 7:40
    Sarah Brightman
    Sarah Brightman releases 15th full length album ‘Hymn’ this Friday
    Sarah Brightman, Grammy-winning singer and best-selling soprano of all time
    This Grammy-winning singer and best-selling soprano of all time releases her 15th full length album ‘Hymn’ this Friday. Sarah Brightman is here to talk about her album and upcoming tour.
    www.sarahbrightman.com | Twitter: @SarahBrightman
    Video: Sarah Brightman releases 15th full length album ‘Hymn’ this Friday
  • 8:17
    Brad Sousa
    Justin Bieber look-a-like is HERE!
    Brad Sousa, Bieber look-a-like
    You might have seen the viral Justin Bieber burrito photo on the internet. Well we have the man from the photo, Justin Bieber’s look-a-like Brad Sousa in studio to talk about the epic prank that fooled the internet.
    Instagram: @bradsousaa
    Video: Justin Bieber look-a-like is HERE!
  • 8:34
    Vanessa Vakharia
    ‘Math Hacks’: tips for treating math anxiety
    Vanessa Vakharia, The Math Guru Tutoring
    It’s about this time of the semester where report cards are coming out and there’s lots of anxiety building up. Anxiety surrounding math affects many students and stays with them for the rest of their lives. Joining Roger and Dina is Math Guru Vanessa Vakharia with tips on treating math anxiety.
    www.themathguru.ca | Twitter: @TheMathGuru
    Video: ‘Math Hacks’: tips for treating math anxiety

On location:

  • Ontario Science Centre
    770 Don Mills Rd, Toronto

    6:50
    SCIENCE CENTRE
    HIT #1: Stella is live at Quantum: The Exhibition at the Ontario Science Centre. She’s learning about the exhibit and the quantum tunnel.

    7:53
    SCIENCE CENTRE
    HIT #2: Stella is live at Quantum: The Exhibit at the Ontario Science Centre. Walter is teaching Stella all about quantum.

    8:25
    SCIENCE CENTRE
    HIT #3: Stella is live at Quantum: The Exhibition at the Ontario Science Centre. She’s playing the game “science fact or science fiction”?

    8:51
    SCIENCE CENTRE
    HIT #4: Stella is live at Quantum: The Exhibition at the Ontario Science Centre. She’s shifting focus to the planetarium and learning more about it.

Monday Nov. 5, 2018

In studio:

  • 6:21
    Emily Giles
    Small changes that make a big difference on our planet
    Emily Giles, senior species specialist at WWF Canada
    Global wildlife populations have declined by an average of 60% in just over 40 years. Joining Roger is senior species specialist for WWF Canada Emily Giles with tips on ways to make small changes in our daily routines that can have a big impact on our planet!
    www.wwf.ca | Twitter: @WWFCanada
    Video: Small changes that make a big difference on our planet
  • 7:10
    Bruce Winder
    When to shop for what this holiday season
    Bruce Winder, co-founder and partner of Retail Advisors Network
    The unofficial start to the holiday shopping season is already underway. Joining Roger in studio is co-founder of the Retail Advisors Network Bruce Winder with advice on when and what to shop for this holiday season!
    www.brucewinder.com | Twitter: @MbaWinder
    Video: When to shop for what this holiday season
  • 7:20
    Chris Hadfield
    Chris Hadfield’s Generator show
    Chris Hadfield, Canadian astronaut
    This year marks the 4th year for Chris Hadfield’s one of a kind variety show Generator. The Commander is here himself to tell us more about this years event!
    www.generatorevent.com | Twitter: @Cmdr_Hadfield
    Video: Chris Hadfield’s Generator show
  • 8:17
    Dani Kagan, Devan Rajkumar, Sarah Wells
    City MOGULS: fashion for a cause
    Dani Kagan, co-founder; Devan Rajkumar, Cityline chef; Sarah Wells, Olympian
    Some of the most creative minds will partner with some of the most creative designs for the third annual City MOGULS fundraiser this Wednesday. Joining Dina and Roger are co-founder Dani Kagan along with two of this year’s MOGULS Cityline’s chef Devan Rajkumar and Olympic hurdler Sarah Wells to talk more about the event.
    www.citymoguls.com | Twitter: @CityMoguls @SarahWells400mh @ChefDevan
    Video: City MOGULS: fashion for a cause
  • 8:31
    Melanie Ng, Evanka Osmak
    ‘Moms in the Middle’ podcast
    Melanie Ng & Evanka Osmak, hosts
    You’re used to seeing these two faces on your TV, well now you can listen to them as well! ‘Moms in the Middle’ is a podcast hosted by our very own Melanie Ng and Sportsnet’s Evanka Osmak. Each episode explores the good, the bad, and hilarious moments of parenting. They’re both here to talk more about it.
    For more info click here. | Twitter: @CityMelanie @evankaosmak
    Video: ‘Moms in the Middle’ podcast

On location:

  • Canlan Ice Sports
    989 Murray Ross Pkwy, North York

    6:41
    CANLAN
    HIT #1: Stella is live at Canlan Ice Sports at York University. She’s learning about the different programs offered and why its important for parents and children.

    7:51
    CANLAN
    HIT #2: Stella is live at Canlan Ice Sports at York University. She’s talking to parents and students about the importance of this program.

    8:23
    CANLAN
    HIT #3: Stella is live at Canlan Ice Sports at York University. She’s learning more about the skills taught at the SkateABLE program.

    8:52
    CANLAN
    HIT #4: Stella is live at Canlan Ice Sports at York University. She’s learning how to skate and about the Spin4Kids fundraiser.

Friday Nov. 2, 2018

In studio:

  • 6:21
    Helen Zaltzman
    Why do we use Canadian-isms?
    Helen Zaltzman, ‘The Allusionist’ Podcast
    From saying ‘eh’ and ‘sorry’, to the ongoing debate about the proper way to pronounce Toronto, there are many fun Canadian-isms to explore. Joining Roger is ‘The Allusionist’ podcast host Helen Zaltzman to explain and help us decipher the words we use.
    www.theallusionist.org | Twitter: @HelenZaltzman
    Video: Why do we use Canadian-isms?
  • 7:20
    Johnny Orlando
    Canadian teen sensation Johnny Orlando is HERE!
    Johnny Orlando, singer
    This morning, we have teen Canadian sensation Johnny Orlando in studio. He’s here to talk about his music and the Hudson’s Bay and Saks Fifth Avenue Holiday window unveiling this Sunday.
    www.johnnyorlandomusic.com | Twitter: @johnnyorlando
    Video: Canadian teen sensation Johnny Orlando is HERE!
  • 7:37
    Mini Pop Kids
    Mini Pop Kids perform ‘I Like It’ LIVE on BT
    Mini Pop Kids, singers
    If you’re looking for something fun to do this weekend, the Mini Pop Kids will be performing at the Winter Festival of Lights with songs from their past and current albums.
    www.wfol.com | Twitter: @winterfestival @minipopkids
    Videos: Mini Pop Kids perform ‘I Like It’ LIVE on BT
  • 8:19
    Bill Rowley
    The Contessa Awards showcase the hottest hair trends of this year
    Bill Rowley, Canadian hairstylist
    The 30th annual Contessa Awards are taking place this Sunday. It celebrates the hottest hair trends that inspire fashion and the design industry. Joining Dina in studio is Canadian hairstylist Bill Rowley showing the best finalist looks.
    Twitter: @wjrbeauty
    Video: The Contessa Awards showcase the hottest hair trends of this year

On location:

  • Home Fest, International Centre
    6900 Airport Rd, Mississauga

    6:42
    HOME FEST
    HIT #1: Stella is live from HomeFest at the International Centre learning more about the True North Tiny Homes.

    7:49
    HOME FEST
    HIT #2: Stella is live from HomeFest at the International Centre. She’s learning about grilling during the winter time.

    8:27
    HOME FEST
    HIT #3: Stella is live from the HomeFest at the International Centre. She’s with Lisa Raffaele learning about the different kids of barbecues you can buy for your home.

    8:48
    HOME FEST
    HIT #4: Stella is live from HomeFest at the International Centre. She’s talking with Nuno Guerreiro about ways to convert your space into a home share.

  • 7:10
    Mark Mills
    The Gardiner closure happening this weekend
    Mark Mills, Superintendent of Road Operations
    Summer’s over but the road closures for this season still haven’t wrapped up yet. The Gardiner will be closed this weekend. Joining Roger is Superintendent of Road Operations Mark Mills with updates on the work that will be underway.
    VIDEO: The Gardiner closure happening this weekend

Thursday Nov. 1, 2018

In studio:

  • 6:22
    Rose Reisman
    How to resist those delicious Halloween treats
    Rose Reisman, nutrition and wellness expert
    Can’t stop eating last night’s Halloween candy? Nutrition expert Rose Reisman joins Roger in studio with some strategies to help you resist those sugary treats.
    www.artoflivingwell.ca | Twitter: @rosereisman
    Video: How to resist those delicious Halloween treats
  • 7:10
    Todd Smith
    Ontario Government launches new Remembrance Day ad
    Todd Smith, Government House Leader and Minister of Government and Consumer Services
    The Ontario Government released a new Remembrance Day ad campaign. It includes footage of modern-day soldiers, as well as soldiers for the past. Joining Roger is Todd Smith, Government House Leader at Queens Park and Minister of Government and Consumer Services to why this ad campaign was created.
    Twitter: @ToddSmithPC
    Video: Ontario Government launches new Remembrance Day ad
  • 7:22
    Frank Ferragine
    The top 5 plants you NEED to have in your house
    Frank Ferragine, horticulturalist & BT weatherman
    It’s not necessary to go outside to reap the benefits of plant therapy. Indoor plants give your mind and spirit a major boost! Frankie Flowers shares the top 5 plants you need to have in your house right now.
    www.frankieflowers.com | Twitter: @FrankFerragine
    Video: The top 5 plants you NEED to have in your house
  • 7:39
    Winston Sih
    Top 5 ways to improve your sleep
    Winston Sih, technology expert and BT host
    Do you have a hard time falling asleep? Maybe with a little help of technology, you can catch up on more z’s. Winston shares 5 ways you can improve your sleep by using technology.
    www.slumbr.ca
    Video: Top 5 ways to improve your sleep

On location:

  • 8:24
    Gerlando Peritore, Zach Tomkinson, Ken Aucoin, Jason Culala
    Movember starts today!
    Gerlando Peritore, head of Toronto Firefighters Movember team; Zach Tomkinson, firefghter; Ken Aucoin, county director for Movember Foundation; Jason Culala, Movember barber from Grooming Experts
    It’s November and you know what that means – it’s the start of Movember. Roger is live at the Movember pop-up shop talking about its importance and chatting with the firefighters about getting involved.
    www.movember.com | Twitter: @MovemberCA
    Video: Movember starts today!
  • Museum of Illusions
    132 Front St. East, Toronto

    6:42
    ILLUSION MUSEUM
    HIT #1: Stella is live at the Museum of Illusions learning about all the must-see exhibits.

    7:53
    ILLUSION MUSEUM
    HIT #2: Stella is live at the Museum of Illusions. She’s getting the first look at the inverted room and other interesting exhibits.

    8:18
    ILLUSION MUSEUM
    HIT #3: Stella is live at the Museum of Illusions exploring all the exhibits. It opens to the public starting from November 7.

    8:51
    ILLUSION MUSEUM
    HIT #4: Stella is live at the Museum of Illusions having fun with the different kinds of cool exhibits you can find here.

Wednesday Oct. 31, 2018

In studio:

  • 7:22
    Teri Hart
    Teri’s top scary Halloween movies to binge-watch. Teri Hart, Entertainment City
    Entertainment City’s Teri Hart shares her top scary Halloween movies to binge-watch tonight.
    Twitter: @TeriHart
    Video: Teri’s top scary Halloween movies to binge-watch
  • 7:39
    Shoana Jensen
    Fun last minute DIY Halloween costumes. Shoana Jensen, lifestyle expert
    Don’t have a costume for tonight? No fear, lifestyle expert Shoana Jensen is here with last minute DIY Halloween costumes that will make you POP!
    www.shoanajensen.com | Twitter: @ShoanaJensen
    Video: Fun last minute DIY Halloween costumes
  • 8:18
    Zak Barkley
    Spooky cocktails and mocktails to try this Halloween. Zak Barkley, Wizards of the West
    What’s a Halloween celebration without spooky cocktails and mocktails? Zak Barley from Wizards of the West shares some of the best drinks paired with scary snacks that will satisfy all the ghouls and goblins.
    Twitter: #wizardsofthewest
    Video: Spooky cocktails and mocktails to try this Halloween

On location:

  • Screemers – Canada’s Premier Scream Park
    180 Princes’ Blvd, Exhibition Place
  • 6:40
    SCREEMERS
    HIT #1: Stella is live at Screemers – Canada’s Premier Scream Park. She’s learning more about the park and what people can do tonight!7:50
    SCREEMERS
    HIT #2: Stella is live at Screemers – Canada’s Premier Scream Park. She’s getting a look at the Kill Show, a magic show that you can see for yourself tonight.

    8:24
    SCREEMERS
    HIT #3: Stella is live at Screemers – Canada’s Premier Scream Park. She’s walking through one of the Haunted Houses that you can attend tonight

    8:48
    SCREEMERS
    HIT #4: Stella is live at Screemers – Canada’s Premier Scream Park. They’re open tonight until 11pm for the last time this year.

Tuesday Oct. 30, 2018

In studio:

  • 6:22
    David Masson
    How to avoid getting hacked, David Masson, Canadian Country Manager at Darktrace
    Now it’s more important than ever to protect your data and privacy online. Joining Roger is Canadian Country Manager at Darktrace David Masson with tips on ways to avoid getting hacked.
    www.darktrace.com | Twitter: @Darktrace
    Video: How to avoid getting hacked
  • 8:34
    Mike Yawney
    Mike Yawney LIVE from New York with Apple updates, Mike Yawney, Citytv technology specialist
    Mike Yawney is live from New York City with an inside scoop on what we can expect from the Apple announcement.
    Twitter: @Gadget_guy
    Video: Mike Yawney LIVE from New York with Apple updates
  • 7:40
    Neil Pasricha
    3 powerful ways to beat burnout, Neil Pasricha, happiness expert and bestselling author
    Feeling burnt out? Our happiness expert Neil Pasricha knows how to beat burnout! He joins Dina and Roger this morning with tips on resilience and perseverance in the face of burnout.
    www.globalhappiness.org | Twitter: @NeilPasricha
    Video: 3 powerful ways to beat burnout
  • 8:18
    Limees Rizeig, Heela Omarkhail
    ‘The Journey’: A musical about Regent Park’s revitalization, Limees Rizeig, star; Heela Omarkhail, co-writer & executive producer
    ‘The Journey’ is a grassroots theatre project telling the story about Regent Park’s revitalization and the lives affected. Joining Roger and Dina in studio is star Limees Rizeig and co-writer/executive producer Heela Omarkhail. They’re here to talk about the musical and its importance.
    www.journeyregentpark.ca | Twitter: @DanielsSpectrum
    Video: ‘The Journey’: A musical about Regent Park’s revitalization

On location:

  • Vaughan Fire and Rescue Service
    2800 Rutherford Rd, Vaughan6:40
    VAUGHAN FIRE
    HIT #1: Stella is live at the Vaughan Fire and Rescue Service Joint Operations Centre. She’s learning about the training held for the firefighters.

    7:54
    VAUGHAN FIRE
    HIT #2: Stella is live at the Vaughan Fire & Rescue Service Joint Operations Centre. She’s standing on top of a platform truck taking a look at the stokes basket rescue demonstration.

    8:24
    VAUGHAN FIRE
    HIT #3: Stella is live at the Vaughan Fire & Rescue Service Joint Operations Centre. She’s getting a walk-through of a search and rescue procedure.

    8:50
    VAUGHAN FIRE
    HIT #4: Stella is live at Vaughan Fire & Rescue Service Joint Operations Centre. She’s learning about the rescue training that takes place at their tower.

Monday Oct. 29, 2018

In studio:

  • Flu prevention
    Jill Promoli, flu prevention advocate; Karley Fallaise, Loblaws registered dietician; Victor Wong, Shoppers Drug Mart pharmacist
    www.forejudeforeveryone.com | Twitter: @4jude4everyone
    Video: It’s flu prevention week!
    The flu season is upon us! 70-90% of flu cases are preventable through vaccination. Joining Roger this morning are flu prevention advocate Jill Promoli, Loblaws registered dietician Karley Fallaise, and Shoppers Drug Mart pharmacist Victor Wong. They’re here to discuss the importance of getting vaccinated this season.
  • 6 year old football expert
    Emma Grant, football enthusiast; Ben Grant, Emma’s dad and football coach
    Twitter: @LP_Football
    Video: Video of six-year-old girl’s football calling skills goes viral
    This morning, we have a six-year-old football enthusiast who announces formations and coverages like a champ. Emma Grant and her dad Ben Grant join Roger to share her love for football and discuss her viral play-by-plays.
  • Everything you need to know about pears
    Wendy Barrett, national food educator
    www.usapears.org | Twitter: @USApears
    Video: Everything you need to know about pears
    This morning we have food educator Wendy Barrett with tips on choosing, buying, storing and incorporating seasonal pears into your recipes.
  • ‘Gender Physics’
    Betty Ann Heggie, author, mentor, and philanthropist
    www.bettyannheggie.com | Twitter: @BettyAnnHeggie
    Video: Leveraging strength of both genders in business world
    Masculine and feminine energy are present in each one of us. To show us how to leverage the strength of both genders in the business world is author of ‘Gender Physics’ Betty Ann Heggie.

On location:

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