Weekdays 10:00 - Noon
Bill was raised in a broadcast family. His father, Bill Sr., was an award winning sports writer and broadcaster. Bill's career has taken him from the sports desk to the newsroom. He has anchored television news with CBC, BCTV, and CTV, and for many years has hosted his own province wide talk show. Listen for Bill and his guests every weekday morning from 10:00 till Noon.
If you have thoughts on any of Bill's topics you can call toll free. 1 - 877 - 399 - 9898.
Weekday Afternoons 1:00 - 3:00
Charles began his broadcast career in Montreal at the age of 18. Since then his stops have included cities like Tampa, Boston, and Winnipeg. In 2005 Uncle Chuck's talk show went nationwide. Every weekday afternoon you're invited to join the Adler Nation and provide your feedback on the topics of the day. Engaging talk straight from the heart. That's the Charles Adler Show.
Contact Charles toll free at 1 - 800 - 662 - 2202.
E-mail your questions or comments to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Get more information, including podcasts, at www.charlesadler.com .
Weekday Evenings 7:00 - 9:00
Born and raised in Vancouver, Simi's career started in print journalism on the lower mainland before moving to television where she spent some twenty years as a producer and anchor. Over that time she's covered many important provincial and national stories. Simi brings that wealth of experience to radio and talks to the province weeknights from 7:00 till 9:00.
Weeknights 9:00 - Midnight
It's the longest running sports talk show in Canadian broadcast history, hosted by Dan Russell - sports broadcasting's equivalent of ironman Gordie Howe. Dan is a B.C. boy, and over the past four decades he's covered every sport from top to bottom. Every weeknight from 9:00 till Midnight, or right after NL's play by play coverage, don't miss the latest edition of Sports Talk.
Contact Dan toll free at 1 - 877 - 399 - 9898.
E-mail your questions or comments to email@example.com .
Monday evening 6:00 - 7:00
Erik Thomas was seven years old when his father first dragged him to the old dirt tracks in the Niagara region of Ontario. The motorsport bug had bitten, and Erik became a big fan. His sports broadcasting career started close to home, but also took him on a journey from Calgary to Toronto. In 1986, when the CART IndyCar series came to Toronto, he began covering motorsports on a more full-time basis, and by 1993 he began hosting (and writing) The Raceline Motorsport Television Series on T.S.N. The Raceline Radio Network started way back in 1992 and Radio NL is proud to bring you Erik's show every Monday evening from 6:00 - 7:00.