Reporter Blogs

Richard Crouse "I watch bad movies so you don't have to"
  • "Everything has changed," says Sarah Connor, "the 1984 John sent you to no longer exists," which is essentially sci-fi screenwriter lingo for, 'We've changed most everything you thought you knew about the “Terminator” folklore'
Jerry Agar The fiery host of The Jerry Agar Show, weekdays from 9am - 12pm
Dave Agar Morning News Anchor and commentator
John Moore Wake up and smell the radio! Moore in the Morning with John Moore airs weekdays from 5:30am - 9am and takes you from your bed to your desk
  • It's been a dramatic and historic week in the U.S. culminating yesterday with the Supreme Court affirming same sex marriage in all fifty states just in time for Pride Weekend here in Toronto and in New York City.
Mike Bullard Get ready for an hour of non-stop laughs. This is the one hour of the day you'll want to be glued to the radio!
  • You know me, I always support our Military.  That's why I was so happy to talk today about helping Veterans find work once they are no longer serving our country.
Jim Richards Making the middle of your day...less awkward, Jim Richards hosts the Showgram from 1pm - 4pm, Monday - Friday
Justine Lewkowicz There's nothing more relaxing than getting lost in a good book.
  • The Rocks starts in 2005 with a heated argument between Lulu and Gerald. They haven’t spoken since they were briefly married more than fifty years ago. The reader is then taken backwards in time, one step at a time – to the 90s, then the 80s, the 70s, and eventually to a momentous night in 1948.
Mike Toth Mike Toth shoots and scores on the the biggest news in the sports world
  • Mike Babcock is a very good coach.
    We all know about his Stanley Cup ring with the Red Wings, two other trips to the final, and his two Olympic Gold Medals.
    Babcock's success, though, goes a lot further back than that.
    In 1994, Babcock coached the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns and I was a young Alberta-based TV reporter for TSN. Normally, the network didn't cover a whole lot of university sports, but this story was different. The U of L, you see, was extremely close to shutting down the hockey program because of a lack of funding. At the last second they scraped enough cash together to keep the program alive and, lo and behold, Babcock rallied the troops while leading them to a stunning national championship. That was the jumping off point for Babcock's spectacular coaching career; a path that now leads him to Toronto where he has signed an 8 year $50 million dollar deal to try and turn around the Maple Leafs.
Ryan Doyle Host of the afternoon drive slot on 1010, you can hear the Live Drive with Ryan Doyle every afternoon from 4pm - 7pm
Tiff's Take Our traffic reporter Tiffany Hendsbee offers her take on city life