Live from Studio 5

Tune in weekdays at 8 a.m. Eastern for community news and information from coast to coast and a daily look at technology, health and current affairs. 

Live from Studio 5

Wednesday, September 20

Mike Agerbo of GetConnected Media tells us about a computer virus disguised as an anti-malware program. Our community reporter Kim Kilpatrick tells us about various meetings and support groups in North Bay, Sault Ste. Marie, and Ottawa. We speak with Adam Dixon, a member of Canada's national sledge hockey team. And, political correspondent Craig Oliver discusses NAFTA, the NDP leadership race, and President Donald Trump's first speech at the United Nations.

Tuesday, September 19

Blind chef Mary Mammoliti gives us a recipe for a healthy breakfast of peaches and oats. Our community reporter Kim Thistle-Murphy tells us about a Christmas fair in St. John's, Newfoundland. And Canadian Press reporter Michelle McQuigge discusses the Ontario government's recent rule changes for medical coverage for people with disabilities.

Monday, September 18

Sara Brennan, a Masters student at the University of Montreal, discusses her research project on the quality of audio description on Netflix. Our regional content specialist Ryan Delehanty discusses a new boxing program in Cape Breton for people with Parkinson's. And we speak with Jason DaSilva, winner of the inaugural $10,000 prize from the CBC-ReelAbilities Screenwriter Fund.

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