The Sarah Mills Show
The fictional coffee shop “Central Perk”, from the TV show “Friends” has opened as a pop-up café in Manhattan to honour the sitcom’s 20th Anniversary. It was the most popular sitcom in its day ranking in the top 10 watched shows for 10 years. What was your favourite sitcom?
Prince Edward, The Earl of Wessex, landed at 15-Wing Moose Jaw Wednesday afternoon to start his three-day visit in Saskatchewan. The royal visit continues Thursday in Regina with stops on Friday in Saskatoon and Swift Current. Live: Jill Slater – Newstalk Reporter
Resident movie expert is back for another week. Today we are talking about “The
Maze Runner”. Live: Kat Angus – Entertainment Editor for Yahoo Canada
SaskPower at one point, was looking at a $143M renovation to it’s head office. The proposal includes $282,000 for a rooftop patio; including heaters and $72,750 for stone floors, $65,628 for so-called “living walls” and $200,000 for kitchen equipment, among other things. What were they thinking? Live: Colin Craig – Prairie Director for the Canadian Taxpayers Federation
Saskatchewan’s Hayley Wickenheiser, actress Rachel McAdams, and actor
Ryan Reynolds are among the new inductees for the Canada’s Walk of Fame announced
yesterday. If you had a say on
what Canadians were on the Walk Of Fame, who would your top three be?
For decades, the cause of Scottish independence has been a minority pursuit, supported by about a third of the population. Even when the Scottish National Party won a majority in the 2011 elections (a result that put Scotland on course to this week’s vote) it did so with the support of many who said they’d rather see the United Kingdom stay together. What is your take on the Scottish referendum?