4:00 p.m. It’s Saskatoon Afternoon with David Kirton.
4:15 p.m. The Round Table – Craig Silliphant, movie geek and editor of The Feedback Society.com, and Angela Hill, CKOM’s program and news director, join David to discuss whether it is selfish to have a kids-free wedding.
4:30 p.m. Saskatchewan’s Graham DeLaet is playing in his first ever Masters. Earlier this week he spoke with CKOM’s provincial sports director, Wray Morrison.
The federal government is being called upon to address alleged financial irregularities at the Métis National Council dating back to 2012.
April 9th is Day of Pink - the International Day against Bullying, Discrimination, Homophobia, and Transphobia in schools and communities. People are encouraged to celebrate diversity by wearing a pink shirt and by organizing activities in their workplaces, organizations, communities and schools. Carol Sleeva joins David to discuss the importance of this day.
The Round Table - Global Saskatoon morning news anchor, Lisa Dutton, and CKOM sports reporter and anchor, Justin Blackwell, join David to chat about Paulina Gretzky's appearance on the cover of Golf Digest.
The Round Table - Murray Wood, the man behind CKOM's Wood File, and Ian Goodwillie, Saskatoon writer and avid reader, join David to talk about whether they think Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 will ever be found.
It's Saskatoon Afternoon with David Kirton. Regina and Saskatoon check in, at 2nd and 7th respectively, among the 10 Canadian Cities most likely to survive a Zombie Apocalypse.