The Sarah Mills Show
Just months after making 900 coin-operated arcade games from the ‘70s and ‘80s available on its website, The Internet Archive has released more than 2,300 classic MS-DOS games — all of them playable right within your browser. What was your favourite game as a kid? Electronic or otherwise?
Round 3 @ Three! Tenille Lafontaine and David Kirton are chatting with us about their favourite game of all time.
Our Resident movie expert is back for another week. Today we are talking about “Taken 3”. Live: Kat Angus – Entertainment Editor for Yahoo Canada
Round 2 @ Two! Murray Mandryk and Bronwyn Eyre are in the hot seats to talk about Kevin Vickers being named ambassador to Ireland.
The manhunt for the Paris killers continues as the world reacts to the shootings at Charlie Hebdo, the satirical newspaper. The editor and editorial cartoonists were targeted for their depiction of Islam and Mohammed in the publication. Condemnation of the attacks has come from around the world including WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange, who tweeted: "The world must now avenge Charlie Hebdo by swiftly republishing all their cartoons.'' What does this say about free speech? Just because we can publish something, should we?<
Round 1 @ One! Murray Wood and Bronwyn Eyre join the round table to discuss how people should be reacting to the terror attack in Paris.
A recent study has come out of America on the percentage of employees that didn’t take holidays over the past year. Turns out nearly half of Americans didn’t take a single vacation day. Could you go a year without a vacation day? How important is it to take time off?
Round 3 @ Three! Tenille Lafontaine and Lisa Peters are chatting with us about how important vaction time is.
The smoking rate in Saskatchewan is down 10 years after smoking was banned in indoor spaces. There have been more changes made along the way but what needs to happen now? What is/are the next steps to be taken?
Attacks on the office of French satirical newspaper Charlie Hedbo have resulted in 12 deaths including 2 police officers with 8 injured. The weekly newspaper had a long history with islamists including a 2011 firebombing after they publish an issue with a caricature of Mohammad on the cover. The publisher had been under police protection around the clock. Both the publisher and his police bodyguard were killed in the attack. As shocking as this is, is it to be expected if you antagonize Islamic militants?