WATCH: In-Depth & Interactive 2014

Last night, NEWSTALK 1010 held its third annual In-Depth & Interactive radio panel, featuring hosts, contributors and ex-Ford staffers. Watch highlights from the event

Last night's In-Depth & Interactive radio panel was an absolute success! The sold out show featured an expert panel helmed by John Moore, Jerry Agar, Christie Blatchford, Scott Reid, Adrienne Batra, Mark Towhey and Dave Agar.

There was even a surprise visit from one of the Mayoral candidates. Watch the video to see who it was.

PHOTOS: In-Depth & Interactive 2014

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  1. Etobi-COKE Voter and Driver posted on 05/22/2014 10:19 AM
    What a bootload!!

    Did all the talent get back from their other jobs working for Quebecor (Sun News Network - hey they call it news) and Canada's most famous separatist media magnate??

    Quite the convergence, work for Bell Telephone Booth in the morning and then go down the road to work Quebecor and Sunny Media
  2. FrederickH posted on 05/26/2014 10:01 AM
    I find it unfair to allow John Tory to have this platform with no other Mayoral candidates allowed as well.
    Newstalk1010 has moved very far to the right.
    Good thing for John Moore because even Mike Bullard has shifted to the right, but at least I can listen to Mike can't say the same for any of the others.
    1. Lorraine posted on 05/28/2014 01:42 PM
      @FrederickH I agree.
      It's clear that NEWSTALK1010 is reserving the Live Drive Show for Tory upon his mayoral loss.
      It's also clear that the usually obnoxious Ryan Doyle (who has been uncharacteristically courteous dallying with his daily co-host famous people) is not ready for prime time.
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