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FRIDAY, JULY 27, 2012

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Fri, 2012-07-27 (All day)

The Richard Brown Show - Canadian technology that's literally out of this world

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Thu, 2012-07-26 17:30

A new space telescope set to replace the Hubble telescope is being dubbed "Canadeyes." Astrophysicist René Doyon explains Canada's role in this large technological advancement.

René Doyon, Astrophysicist

 

 

The Richard Brown - The Coolest Job Ever

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Thu, 2012-07-26 17:15

News Talk 980 CJME is launching a contest for 'The Coolest Job Ever,' looking for the world's biggest Rider fan to be on-air with the Green Zone. Program Director Jay Stone talks about the prize that's like no other and how you can win.

Jay Stone, CJME

 

The Richard Brown - BC's revenue grab vs. Alberta's fairshare

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Thu, 2012-07-26 17:00

The Northern Gateway pipeline starts in Alberta and ends on the BC coast. This has caused some tension between the Premiers of the neighbouring provinces about what they're entitled to. But as the National Post's Jen Gerson explains BC's "revenue grab" is good for that province.

Jen Gerson, National Post

The Richard Brown Show - Angela Hill and Craig Silliphant join Richard on the round table

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Thu, 2012-07-26 16:30

Angela Hill and Craig Silliphant join Richard on the round table.

The Richard Brown Show - In the wake of the Aurora shooting, are people afraid to go to the movies?

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Thu, 2012-07-26 16:00

n the wake of the Aurora, Colorado shooting, many people are afraid to go to a movie theater. Dr. Fred Neuman, Director of the Anxiety and Phobia Treatment Center in New York, talks about cinema anxiety

Dr. Fred Neuman, Director of the Anxiety and Phobia Treatment Center in New York

The Richard Brown Show - How to make our streets safe

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Thu, 2012-07-26 15:30

Saskatoon and Regina continue to top Statistic Canada's Crime Severity Index, while North Battleford remains one of the most dangerous communities in the country. Criminology Professor Mariana Valverde with the University of Toronto explains what it takes to reduce crime.

Mariana Valverde, University of Toronto

 

The Richard Brown Show - Health care and oil at the Premier's meeting today

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Thu, 2012-07-26 15:00

The Council of the Federation is meeting in Halifax today. High on the agenda is a health care deal among the provinces to cut costs. Behind the scenes, however, there may be some tense relations between Premiers over a western pipeline. Tara Brautigam, Atlantic News Editor for the Canadian Press, fills us in.

Tara Brautigam, Atlantic News Editor for the Canadian Press

THURSDAY, JULY 26, 2012

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Thu, 2012-07-26 (All day)

The Richard Brown Show - It's Apple vs. Samsung in a billion dollar patent war

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Wed, 2012-07-25 17:30

It's a battle of tech giants. Apple is seeking $2.5-billion in damages from Samsung in a very heated patent war. Howard Mintz has been following the battle in court. The legal affairs reporter with the San Jose Mercury News and the Bay Area News Group breaks down the details of the case.

Howard Mintz, San Jose Mercury News

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