#0491: Ellen Korman Mains; Diane Auten; & Stuart Nulman

Ellen Korman Mains, author of Buried Rivers: A Spiritual Journey into the Holocaust, on why it’s important to remember the Holocaust and why she’s going to Poland later this month to mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

Diane Auten, author of The Joys of Raising Boys: The Good, the Bad, and the Hilarious, talks about some of the myths woman have about men, such as, the best time to communicate.

Stuart Nulman with another edition of Book Banter. This week’s reviewed title is Blue Monday: The Expos, the Dodgers, and the Home Run That Changed Everything by Danny Gallagher (Dundurn, $23.99).  You can also read Stuart’s reviews in The Montreal Times.

This week’s opening slate is presented by Howie Silbiger, radio host & founder of True-Talk Radio.

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#0465: Alex Rossi; Diane Auten; & Peter Franklin

 

IndyCar driver Alex Rossi is back on to share his experience of competing on the last edition of CBS‘ The Amazing Race.

 Diane Auten, author of The Joys of Raising Boys: The Good, the Bad, and the Hilarious, talks about dealing with how boys discuss and learn about sex.

Peter Franklin the Gabby Cabby, shares a slice of the Big Apple from his yellow mobile conveyance lounge.

This week’s opening slate is presented by Tyson Hodgson, a Montreal based video editor.

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