• End of April is here!! Summer is around the corner.

    Lunchtime: Named best new restaurant in 2015 by Now Magazine we try out Loka - Chef Dave Mottershall and Ayngelina Brogan drop by to share stories and food.

    Stephen Skyvington brings his politcal expertise - talks about success Saskatchewan has had in dramatically reducing wait times and asks if the rest of Canada should follow suit
    Later: Is Drake this generation's Gordon Lightfoot - an iconic Canadian musician who helped put Canada, and especially Toronto, on the map?

    Bill King arranges for music interview with the engaging, lyrical saxophonist, Mike Murley

    Russell Lazar, Honest Ed's General Manager drops by to chat about the history of the store as it gets set to close. We also talk about the documentary HONEST ED MIRVISH: THE WORLD’S MOST UNUSUAL SHOPKEEPER, directed by John Martin - showing at the Toronto Jewish Film Festival 2016 beginning May 5th

    We discuss "The War on Alcohol: Prohibition and the Rise of the American State" with author and Harvard professor Lisa McGirr
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  • Wow, what a news week! We have it all covered and more on the show today.

    Lunchtime: True True Pizza - Andrew Hay and Tim Gordon join us to tell us about the new independent pizza in town.

    Stephen Skyvington joins us to talk about the political news of the week. Does Brian Pallister's breakthrough win in Manitoba signal a Conservative renaissance in Canada? Could Ontario be the next province to go blue?
    The Ontario Government vs. Ontario's doctors: Who will win the latest war of words on doctors' billings or will we (the patients) end up the real losers in this seemingly never-ending fight?
    And finally - Mike Duffy, free at last, free at last: A look back at perhaps the strangest legal case in Canadian political history and what it means to the future of our country's embattled Senate."

    Music: Patricia Silver joins us to talk about SING! The Toronto Vocal Arts Festival

    Legendary musician/artist Prince Dies at 57.We pay tribute (hence the purple text)
    Dr. Akbar Khan - Medicor Cancer Centre Announces a Canadian First in Cancer Pre
  • Producer Tony is back on his bike for commuting to work. That tells you the weather is nice.
  • Another cold spell?! We will keep you warm! Here is what we have coming up this weekend
  • Daylight Saving Time starts tonight. Spring your clocks forward! Ted is on time though
    Lunchtime: Food gets religions with Shant Mardirosian - Burgers Priest


Ted started his radio career in 1974 at CHIC in Brampton. He moved on to work in Peterborough, Montreal, Hamilton, and finally, Toronto.

Ted began hosting the Newstalk 1010 CFRB morning show in November of 1996, following in the footsteps of the legendary Wally Crouter. For 10 years Ted entertained and informed his listeners, keeping them up to date on political issues, current affairs, and lifestyle all with his trademark sense of humour.

Ted's television credits include: hosting of Off the Wol, and It's Only rock'n Roll, along with numerous Red Carpet hosting duties for Canada's Walk of Fame. He has contributed to such programs as CBC's Mid Day, The Journal, CBLT News, Global TV, presentation of "The BMW Ultimate Challenge", and wrote for "The NHL Awards" on CBC for 9 years. He also appeared in the HBO John Candy , Eugene Levy tribute to the Schmenge Brothers entitled "The Last Polka" on HBO.

Ted's recognizable and familiar voice has been heard on hundreds of radio commercials as well as several CBC "Life and Times" programs, the feature film "Bailey's Billions", and dozens of corporate videos.

Ted's unique sense of humour stems from his days as a stand up comic, which earned him a Juno Award nomination for Best Comedy Album of the Year. Ted was also nominated for a Gemini Award for television writing, and an Actra nomination for Best Radio Interview.