Monday, 25 August 2014

Episode 65 - August 24, 2014

What would you do if you saw a mom swearing in front of her young kids while out shopping? One woman got the mom arrested. Is this going too far?

Also, how much control do you think parents should have over their kids cellphones? A Texas mom tired of having her kids ignore her calls, created an app that lets parents lock their kids' phones. Brilliant or a bad idea? Parenting expert, Kathy Buckworth weighs in.

And film critic Thom Ernst joins the show to wrap up the last of the big summer hits including a great documentary about George Takei.

You'll never believe what cosmetic enhancement young women are getting now in the day of Instagram selfies and social media photo sharing. It's a good one. Really.

Monday, 18 August 2014

Episode 64 - August 17, 2014

Alert! Alert!
Mama Chen makes her on-air debut. You know her from Twitter and Facebook, and now Pay calls her mom to ask her about forgetting the most important day in her mom's life (the birth of Pay).

A new health study came out this week that says some people may NOT be eating enough salt...could that be you? (Unlikely). Nutritionist Theresa Albert reveals the top foods where salt is lurking and you'll be surprised by the list!

Toronto Star Food Editor, Jennifer Bain tried out the new tasty morsels at the CNE this year and gives you a list of the best and...the not so best so you don't waste your money or your calories.

And Air Canada's EnRoute magazine wants you to vote for your favourite new Canadian restaurant. Chef Anthony Rose of Fat Pasha joins the show to talk about it.

Plus, a radio DJ in BC live tweets his vasectomy and records it (sound only. Thank God.)

Monday, 11 August 2014

Episode 63 - August 10, 2014

Pay gives you the scoop on some great food she tried this weekend, including Twilight Tuesdays and the new restaurant DaiLo on College St.

You might not be thinking about menopause if you're under 50 but surprise! Joyous surprise! Women as young as in their 30's experience early signs of menopause. Dr. Brown talks about symptoms, treatments and how to make dealing with these symptoms easier.

We were supposed to chat with singer Jully Black but that didn't happen - but Honey Jam is a great concert event that has launched the careers of some top female artists like Jully and Nelly Furtado.

Also...beatbox, mojito, selfie, hashtag, da, and dubstep all have what in common?? Find out!

The Drake Hotel's Executive Chef Ted Corrado joins the show to talk about the little outdoor night market happening every Tuesday for the month outside of the Drake 150 downtown Toronto.

Plus...stories of people who've had their bike stolen and gotten them back. Including Pay.

Tuesday, 5 August 2014

Episode 62 - August 4, 2014

Do you know who catches the fish you eat? Who grows and picks the vegetables you eat? Where does your beef come from?

Toronto Star food columnist, Corey Mintz, takes his column on the road to find the people behind the food he buys at the market.

Ned Bell, Executive Chef of the Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver, rides into Toronto as part of his cross-country tour to raise awareness for Chefs for Oceans and hopes to change the way we shop and eat by promoting sustainable seafood.

And the OPP has released a new free app to help kids and teens with the pressure of sexting. The "Send This Instead" app features witty comebacks and replies for teens to send when asked for an inappropriate photo. It also includes great resources and information for parents and kids who need help and advice.