Full Show - Episode 928Authored on September 29, 2020
What should we do if a pet eats something potentially harmful? We discuss with Vet Danielle Jongkind. Nutritionist Julia Karantjas talks to us about the real deal behind chocolate, and how much of it we should be eating. The ReelAbilities Toronto Film Festival has a storytelling and filmmaking project created for youth with disabilities to reduce their social isolation and record their experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic. We learn more with filmmaking instructor and Canadian Screen Award winner Josef Beeby. The 2020 NHL draft is exactly a week away. Who are the top prospects? Which player will your favourite team draft? We chat more with Sportsnet’s CHL and NHL Draft Analyst Sam Cosentino. Get your game face on! Ramya Amuthan becomes Quizmaster while Jeff Ryman and Kelly MacDonald face off for some Tuesday trivia.
Full Show - Episode 927Authored on September 28, 2020
On our September Book Club meeting, we discuss Undress Me in the Temple of Heaven, a travel memoire by Susan Jane Gilman. How deep of a playoff run can the Blue Jays make? Brock Richardson shares his thoughts in his sports update. Toronto Bureau Reporter Alex Smyth previews tonight’s episode of AMI This Week, featuring an app called Fuel Service that’s helping drivers with disabilities. Woodworker Jeff Thompson tells us how to build an outdoor gate, and repair a stubborn one. What are apology laws and how do they work? We discuss with Danielle McLaughlin on Know Your Rights.
Full Show - Episode 926Authored on September 25, 2020
After some delay, a new accessible playground has finally opened in the town of Lindsay, Ontario; Karen Magee has the details. Ryan Hooey shares some brand new Audible news regarding subscriptions, plus he highlights a list of top five activities to pair listening to audiobooks with. Plus, we’re joined by Toronto musician and the man behind Broke Fuse, a one-man folk-blues band, Jay Moonah for another Artist Corner!