Rob Ford's office says the mayor will address some of this week's headlines about him on Newstalk 1010's The City today.
The mayor co-hosts the weekly show Sundays at 1pm with his brother councillor Doug Ford.
After a private one-on-one meeting on Saturday, deputy mayor Norm Kelly said the mayor will announce on the program his position on what was discussed. Kelly didn't give any details about what was discussed during the meeting, but says the two went over all the options. Kelly says he was satisfied with the meeting.
On Thursday afternoon, Ford said little about the fresh batch of controversies swirling around him. "I wish I could come out and defend myself", Ford told a crush of reporters outside his office. "Unfortunately, I can't, because it's before the courts."
Earlier that day, Chief Bill Blair revealed Toronto Police have a video featuring the mayor that matches media reports swirling since May. Reporters from the Toronto Star and the editor of Gawker say they've seen a 90-second clip in which Ford smokes from a glass pipe, which they were told, contained crack.
Blair's announcement came just after the release of hundreds of pages of court documents detailing police surveillance of Ford and his friend, Sandro Lisi.
They describe more than 100 meetings between the pair over the course of the investigation. Those meetings took place in Etobicoke parking lots, at schools, gas stations and, parks. They involved the exchange of manila envelopes and white plastic bags.
The documents reveal in the 30 minutes after the Gawker crack video was posted online, Lisi texted the same phone number nine times and called it four.
Lisi has been charged with extortion. The Crown alleges that between May 16th and 18th, he tried to induce Mohamed Siad and another alleged gang member "by threats or violence or menace" to hand over the video.
Police also suggest that Lisi contacted Mohammed Siad, the believed to have been peddling the footage.
A just-released internal email from security also alleges the mayor was drunk, carrying a bottle of brandy around City Hall after a night out on the town on St. Patrick's Day 2012.
Tune in to The City with Mayor Rob Ford from 1-3 p.m. You can LISTEN LIVE ONLINE.
At 3 p.m., the mayor's former chief of staff Mark Towhey will host a one-hour show, voicing his views.
At 4 p.m., John Moore and John Tory will be in studio to host a special edition of Viewpoints.
The newsroom will have special coverage of what the mayor has to say, with reporters Katie Franzios, Amber Gero, Russ Courtney, James Moore and Andrea Lawson covering all the angles.