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Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - January 27, 2015

Big Breakfast Question of the Morning: How do you feel about City Hall saying no to a Strip Club in Regina?

HOUR ONE

With a vote of 9-1 Regina has shot down the idea of having another strip club in the city. Rickey Foley joined the Green Zone last night to talk about how he feels being traded by to the Argos. We bring you today’s Celebrity Birthdays! With City Hall’s decision to not go ahead with a strip club, our Big Breakfast Question of the Morning: How do you feel about City Hall saying no to a Strip Club in Regina? Yesterday Jill and Dave got the chance to speak with a stripper currently working in Regina and she breaks some of the myths around the industry. And Sam Smith is sending some money Tom Petty’s way.

HOUR TWO

CJME Reporter Kevin Martel joins to talk about what exactly transpired last night at City Hall when the decision to deny Regina a strip club was made. This morning’s Talk Shot is brought to you by the Green Zone and their conversation with Jeremy O'Day. KFC in the Philippines have revamped the Double Down, we introduce to the new creation. We take your feedback on the Big Breakfast Question to 306-306. It’s time for Tell Me Something Good! Murray Woods steps in for John Gormley to share his thoughts on Regina passing on a strip club and what’s coming up on his show.

HOUR THREE

Mayor Fougere joins in studio to talk about City councils decisions to not go ahead with a strip club in Regina. We continue taking your feedback on the Big Breakfast Question to 306-306. Rickey Foley shared his feelings on leaving the Green and White on the Green Zone last night, and we wrap up your texts to 306-306 on the Big Breakfast Question of the Morning. Finally, What I Learned on the Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - January 28, 2015

Big Breakfast Question of the Morning: Is Regina a Big City? Or do you think we are a Big Small Town?

HOUR ONE

The blizzard that left 60cm of snow in Boston and New England without mercy, took most of the brunt of the storm sparing New York City leaving them with only 30cm of snow. Officials with the City of Winnipeg are waiting for more test results today in the hopes than an E. coli scare ends up evaporating. A suspect was charged with murder today after authorities positively identified the bodies of a Georgia couple who vanished last week while going to meet someone to buy a vintage car they found on Craigslist. We bring you today’s Celebrity Birthdays – and if it’s your birthday, Happy Birthday! It seems like such a simple equation: If a murderer is sentenced to life in prison, he should stay in prison until he dies. Polls have shown that a majority of Canadians support the idea of automatic life without parole, preferring it to the reinstatement of the death penalty. Thanks to the half-serious circus that is Super Bowl Media Day, someone persuaded Rob Gronkowski into reading a line from A Gronking To Remember, the Gronk-themed erotica that surfaced on Amazon earlier this month. And the cat came back… from the dead!

HOUR TWO

A full day has passed since the decision to pass on a new strip club coming to the city and the public is still reacting to the news. After watching all the feedback on the decision to pass on a strip club our Big Breakfast Question of the Morning: Is Regina a Big City? Or do you think we are a Big Small Town? It's the biggest quarterly earnings for Apple in the company's history; Apple sold a record 74.5 million iPhones in October, November and December. Tons of feedback this morning on city councils decision to pass on a strip club in Regina and go over your texts to 306-306 and it’s time for Tell Me Something Good! We bring you a couple feel good news stories to help put some pep in your step. Murray Wood steps in for John Gormley and shares what’s coming up on his show. More of your texts to 306-306 on the Big Breakfast Question. And we tell you about the cat that used up the first of its nine lives.

HOUR THREE

We take your texts to 306-306 on the Big Breakfast Question of the Morning. We all know the best part of the Super Bowl is the commercials, and we have a sneak peak at a couple of the most talked about ones from this year. Fed up with the dismal winter ritual of chiselling ice off their car windows, a group of engineering students from Waterloo, came up with a way to ensure they never have to scrape another windshield again. We have three stories from the business world to share with you this morning. We wrap up your texts to 306-306 and What I Learned on the Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - January 26, 2015

Big Breakfast Question of the Morning: How do you feel about the Riders letting go of Rickey Foley?

HOUR ONE

Good Morning! The Weather was beautiful over the weekend, but there was also a ton to take in on the TV – the guys go over there weekend. We may in a warm patch of winter, but parts of the United States are set to get three feet or more of snow. We bring you today’s Celebrity Birthdays – and if it’s your birthday, Happy Birthday to you too! A huge shocker over the weekend as the riders traded popular defensive end Rickey Foley to the Argos for Canadian linebacker Shea emery and is our Big Breakfast Question of the Morning: How do you feel about the Riders letting go of Rickey Foley? More on Deflate Gate 2015 – we play a new song for you. And what’s coming up on the show.

HOUR TWO

We take your texts to 306-306 on the Big Breakfast Question of the Morning. We go back in time and fill you in on the news headlines you might have missed on the weekend. There will be a rock bigger than a cruise ship will fly past the planet today, at 1.2 million kilometers from earth, it's far enough away to be safe, but that's close in astronomical terms. It’s time for Tell Me Something Good where we bring you some good news to help brighten your spirits. Murray Wood steps in for John Gormley and share’s what’s coming up on his show.

HOUR THREE

We take your texts to 306-306 on the Big Breakfast Question of the Morning and your texts on the road conditions were you are. Regina’s own Mark McMorris took home double gold medals at this year’s X-Games. We end the Deflate Gate talk for the day, and promise (providing nothing happens) this will be the last time we talk about Tom Brady’s footballs. And finally, What I Learned on the Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - January 23, 2015

HOUR ONE

Good Friday Morning! Canada's representative in the Miss Universe contest has generated buzz around the world with her 11-kilogram hockey-themed costume made a splash and got her through to the final five contestants. Tom Brady finally met the media to face the allegations of Deflate Gate 2015 – we play the audio for you. We bring you today’s Celebrity Birthdays and if it’s your birthday, Happy Birthday to you!! In what Himpe is calling the “War on Winter” a massive snow fort constructed in the northwest community of Royal Oak was removed by city workers on Thursday afternoon following a 311 complaint by a concerned citizen. Winnipeg's mayor says the city has to "turn its ship around" after being branded Canada's most racist by a Macleans magazine. And McDonald's have told Newsbeat a security guard responsible for stopping two men kissing in one of their restaurants will never work for them again.

HOUR TWO

At the Miss Universe Competition, Miss Canada made waves with her Canadian pastime themed dress; those waves made it all the way to social media were some critics weren’t so kind. Since it’s two week until the Superbowl every body and their dog have an opinion on Deflate Gate 2015, one sportscaster was not buying Tom Brady’s excuse what so ever. NBC sent a camera crew up to the home of Jon Ryan and this has us wondering how much time Regina will get to be showcased to the world. We recap the “War on Winter” for you, and bring you Tell Me Something Good! John Gormley joins in studio and shares what’s coming up on his show. And your texts to 306-306!

HOUR THREE

Canada's representative in the Miss Universe contest has generated buzz around the world with her 11-kilogram hockey-themed costume made a splash – in the contest and online - and got her through to the final five contestants! Tom Brady tells us how he really feels about deflated balls. And We take your texts on the “War on Winter”. Our Queen is now the oldest monarch in the world following the death of King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia. Abdullah was 90 and is credited with trying to modernize his country and believed in peace for the Middle East. His 79-year-old half-brother, Prince Salman, will become the new Saudi leader. It’s going to cost you extra if you plan on travelling outside of Canada, currently the exchange rate is 1.24 CAD = 1.00 USD. It wasn’t too long ago that Regina’s North Central was named “Canada’s Worst Neighbourhood” Now Winnipeg is being called “Canada’s Most Racists City” by MacCleans magazine. And finally, What I Learned on the Show: This Week!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - January 22, 2015

HOUR ONE

It was standing room only in Regina's provincial court as two teens accused of murder made a second appearance. They are charged with first degree murder in connection with the death of Hannah Lefler. Students, friends and family of Hannah will be laying her to rest today. We told you about the possibility of Ikea coming to Saskatchewan. No word yet on where those will be - but Ikea says they haven't ruled Saskatchewan out. We bring you today’s Celebrity Birthdays – and if it’s your birthday, Happy Birthday! Sam joins us from Saskatoon and shares her experience from last night’s chat with Hillary Clinton. We preview what’s to come in the next hour of the show!

HOUR TWO

It's a small change with huge consequences; the Bank of Canada cut its overnight rate from one percent to .75% with this change, the Bank of Canada is trying to encourage people to borrow and spend more in the face of tanking oil prices. And indeed, it will now be cheaper to borrow money in the short term. Amid several recent studies on the health risks associated with Bisphenol-A, the European Food Safety Authority is now concluding that BPA is safe for all age groups at current exposure levels. It’s time for Tell Me Something Good – there’s enough doom and gloom in the world and we try to put a smile on your face with some good news stories. John Gormley joins in studio and share’s what’s coming up on his show and Regina remembered a fallen 16 year old girl.

HOUR THREE

We play some more audio from last night’s visit with Hillary Clinton in Saskatoon. The weather is incredible for January and is so far set to stay the same for the next while. The Pats have an actual sell out for tonight’s game against the Warriors – and they unveil their new score clock as well. If you’re having problems with flat balls, well there is already a new pill for that. Sam joins to share her thoughts on getting to meet Hillary Clinton last night in Saskatoon. We update you on the road conditions across southern Saskatchewan and in and around Regina. Today, students and loved ones of Hannah Leflar remember her life. And finally, What I Learned on the Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - January 21, 2015

Big Breakfast Question of the Morning: Hillary Clinton is speaking in Saskatoon tonight, if you had the opportunity to ask her anything you want, what would you ask her?

HOUR ONE

Good Morning! Congratulations to Dustin Johnson and Paulina Gretzky, they are the new proud parents of a baby boy, but can’t decide on a name just yet – Mom and baby are doing great! We go over some of the road conditions across Southern Saskatchewan. A couple of “fans” of the leafs threw their jerseys to the ice during the last home game and have since been banned for a year, Woodsy shares his take on these two guys. We bring you today’s Celebrity Birthdays! Its day two of Deflate Gate 2015 after 11 balls were found to be deflated by 2 pounds per square inch for Sunday's AFC Championship Game. Soon you won't be able to take a direct flight from Regina or Saskatoon to Denver, United Airlines is cutting the service as of the end of February. Makayla Sault, the little girl from the New Credit First Nation who stopped chemotherapy, was by all accounts a lovely kid, smart and brave, and now she is dead, at 11.

HOUR TWO

Hillary Clinton is heading to Saskatoon tonight to talk life, politics and everything in between and our Sam Maciag has the chance to talk to her which has inspired our Big Breakfast Question of the Morning: Hillary Clinton is speaking in Saskatoon tonight, if you had the opportunity to ask her anything you want, what would you ask her? This morning’s Talk Shot is brought is to you by John Gormley Live. Calgary city councillors are accusing each other of drinking during meeting supper breaks and “getting blotto” at community events. The accusations were made as a council committee debated a ban on liquor use in the workplace on Monday. It’s time for Tell Me Something Good where we bring you some good news stories to help put some pep back in your step. John Gormley joins in studio to share what’s coming up on his show. Swedish furniture giant Ikea plans to open up to 10 smaller stores across Canada within the year.

HOUR THREE

We take your texts to 306-306 on the Big Breakfast Question of the Morning, Last fall United Airlines pulled the plug on direct flights from Regina to Chicago. This week we're hearing that direct flights from Regina to Denver are also being nixed. We are getting breaking word this morning that Constable David Wynn has passed away in hospital from his injuries steaming from the altercation on the weekend that left him mortally wounded. We wrap your texts to 306-306 on the Big Breakfast Question of the Morning and update you on the passing on Constable David Wynn. Wayne Gretzky is now a Grandpa! And finally, What I Learned on the Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - January 20, 2015

Big Breakfast Question of the Morning: How handy are you?

HOUR ONE

Good Morning! They came together to remember her. United in their grief, roughly two hundred family and friends of Hannah Leflar held a candlelit vigil one week after the sixteen year old was murdered. The NFL is allegedly investigating whether the footballs were properly inflated during New England's 45-7 victory against the Colts. We tell you about the five-year-old who was billed for failing to attend a friend's birthday party - resulting in threats of legal action. Today’s Celebrity Birthdays! It was fun, fun, fun for Alberta Premier Jim Prentice on the weekend when he took the T-bird away at a vintage car auction in Arizona. He dismissed criticism regarding the optics of a premier buying vintage cars while simultaneously advising Albertans that belt-tightening is coming in times of low oil prices. Another great start for Canadian Genie Bouchard as she powered into the second round of the Australian Open on Monday as the seventh seed defeated German Anna-Lena Friedsam 6-2, 6-4.

HOUR TWO

Sam decided to try and change the door handles in her condo and in true Handy Sam fashion it didn’t quiet happen flawlessly. This morning’s Talk Shot is brought to you by the Green Zone and the brother of John Ryan, Steve Ryan who told us what it was like to join in on the celebrations. Explosive confrontations are nothing new for Israel and Lebanon, but the latest spat between the longtime foes is perhaps the first to have been caused by an alleged photo-bomb. WE not are only celebrating Sam’s birthday today, but are inspired by her new home renovation and our Big Breakfast Question of the Morning is - How handy are you? We take your texts to 306-306. It’s time for Tell Me Something Good where we bring you some good news stories to help up some pep in your step. John Gormley joins in studio and shares what’s coming up on his show and the Pope says to stop making babies like rabbits!

HOUR THREE

Mayor Fougere joins in studio for his weekly visit and talks all things going on in Regina. Go take your feedback on the five year old billed for missing a birthday party, and your texts on the Big Breakfast Question of the Morning. It’s Cheap Tuesday at the box office, we let you know what to take in with the family. Sarah Mills joins in studio and shares her experience last night at the vigil for a murdered 16 year old girl. The NFL is allegedly investigating whether the footballs were properly inflated during New England's 45-7 victory against the Colts and it has us talking about Deflate Gate 2015. Finally, it’s time for What I Learned on the Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - January 19, 2015

Big Breakfast Question of the Morning: What have been your interactions with airport security?

HOUR ONE

Good Morning! To the bane of Green Bay fans around Regina the Seahawks and Jon Ryan are on their way to their second Super Bowl in as many years. One of the two officers shot outside of Edmonton yesterday is still not expected to survive his injury, we bring you the latest. It was a very interesting last three minutes of football between the Packers and Seahawks, depending on who you cheered for it was either a comeback for the ages or a game the Packers should not have lost. We bring you today’s Celebrity Birthdays, and wish you a Happy Birthday! Last night’s snow fall has the roads a little bit worse for wear so we ask you to send in the road conditions where you are to 306-306. As Snowmobile Safety Week begins, riders are taking to heart a recent crash that killed two teens. And Deadline reports that Fox is trying to put all the pieces in place for a revival of The X-Files.

HOUR TWO

We check the conditions of the roads across Southern Saskatchewan and in and around Regina. The Seattle Seahawks are off to the Super Bowl thanks to one Regina man, Jon Ryan! And thanks to one man who thought he told take his hand gun on an airplane with him our Big Breakfast Question of the Morning is - What have been your interactions with airport security? We go Back in Time and bring you the news from the weekend you may have missed. Two high school teachers in Orange County, CA were arrested this week after they allegedly threw an alcohol-fueled overnight sex-on-the-beach party for a group of male students. It’s time for Tell Me Something Good! We take your texts on the Big Breakfast Questions and road conditions. John Gormley joins in studio and The Canadian actor best known for creating Hee Haw's Charlie Farquharson has died, Donald Harron was 90.

HOUR THREE

One officer has still not expected to survive after receiving life-threatening injuries during a confrontation involving a firearm on the weekend just outside of Edmonton, we bring you the latest. Our Big Breakfast Question of the Morning: What have been your interactions with airport security? We take your texts to 306-306. More of your texts to 306-306 on the road conditions and the Big Breakfast Question, Jon Ryan and the Seahawks are off to the Super Bowl for the second year in the row after an epic comeback against the Green Bay Packers. We wrap up your texts to 306-306 and finally, What I Learned on the Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - February 17, 2015

HOUR ONE

Okay Rider fans the Riders have released the 2015 Schedule so you can now book the rest of your summer around game days. The Queen City received a dumping of snow on Valentine’s Day which had its effect on the crowds trying to make it to the Scotties. It was anything but the weekend of love as multiple terrorist attacks unravelled across the globe, and one being thwarted in Halifax. We bring you today’s Celebrity Birthdays and if it’s your birthday, Happy Birthday to you! Live from New York, it was a night of record-breaking ratings for NBC. The 40th anniversary "Saturday Night Live" event, became the network's most-watched primetime entertainment special since 2004. A massive snow storm left ice and snow in some southeastern and mid-western states, causing traffic nightmares and flight cancellations, for more we go to CNN's Ryan Nobles. It’s (already) Cheap Tuesday at the box office and Sam previews what’s hot for you to take in this evening. And the number of known measles cases in Southern Ontario doubled over the Family Day weekend.

HOUR TWO

It may not have been the turn out the Scotties expected thanks to the wonderful Saskatchewan weather, Woodsy recaps the current standings. We take you back in time for the Weekend News Rewind – we update you on the news you may have missed over the weekend. Early Tuesday morning Japan was shook by an Earthquake, the tsunami advisory has now been lifted. We’ve all finally dug ourselves out after the Valentine’s Day Snow Dump Regina received, most of the streets have been cleared and the Mayor will update us in the next half hour. It’s time for Tell Me Something where we bring you some feel good news stories to help put a smile on your face. John Gormley joins In studio to share his thoughts on the weekend Terror Attacks and what’s coming up on his show. And apparently all those airline baggage fees are paying off.

HOUR THREE

Mayor Fougere joins for his weekly visit to talk about his long weekend and the current schedule to clear the roads after the Valentine’s Day Blizzard. We recap some of our favorite moments from Saturday Night Lives 40th Anniversary show, from past to present SNL brought the bug guns out. With some unconventional movies making their way to the box office we let you know what to check out for Cheap Tuesday. We recap you with the news you have missed with the Weekend News Rewind – from Lance Armstrong to apples that don’t to turn brown. Woodsy recaps the happenings at the Scotties this weekend plus the Riders released their schedule for the 2015 season – so Rider fans, save the dates! And finally, it’s time for What I Learned on the Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - January 16, 2015

Big Breakfast Question of the Morning: What would you like to see go in place of Target?

HOUR ONE

Good Morning! We recap the Oscar Nominations from yesterday for you. Yesterday we broke the news that Target would be pulling out of its venture north of the border after the companies massive 133 Canadian start up wouldn’t turn a profit until 2021. We bring you today’s Celebrity Birthdays! And if it’s your birthday as well, Happy Birthday to you! 8 million dollars worth of drugs, 200 guns, tens of thousands of rounds of ammo, that’s what police found during what they call one of the most significant investigations in Saskatchewan history. A few more familiar faces have been signed to the Riders. It is the last weekend before the Super Bowl and after Sunday we will know who will be in the big match up.

HOUR TWO

Bre McAdam, Reporter with CKOM joins us to give us the latest on the Saskatchewan Drug Takedown in Saskatoon. We send out our Big Breakfast Question of the Morning: What would you like to see go in place of Target? We take your texts, and it’s time for Tell Me Something Good where we bring you some good news stories to help keep your spirits high for the weekend. John Gormley joins in studio to shae his thoughts on the Saskatchewan Drug Takedown and what’s coming up on his show this morning. Have you ever hated someone who much you wanted to cover them in glitter, well now you can?

HOUR THREE

We replay some of our talks with Bre McAdam on the Saskatchewan Drug Takedown and take your texts on the Big Breakfast Question of the Morning. Three big names are still unsigned to return to the Riders and Rider Nation is getting a little nervous, Woodsy explains why. The news is telling you that 133 Target stores will be closing, but there was one store in Ottawa that never really got to open. We go over the list of Oscar Snubs from yesterdays nominations and preview what’s new to the Regina box office with Movie Friday. We preview this weekend’s NFL semi final match ups and finally, What I Learned on the Show Today!