The Mike Eckford Show
Tuesday, September 9, 2014
2:06 – 2:08
The Big stories: The BC education crisis, Kinder Morgan versus Burnaby and the latest and greatest iphone. That and so much more today on the Mike Eckford Show
2:10 – 2:21
Topic: Vancouver’s Chinese-language media are noticing a different response from their audience to the education dispute. Fairchild TV says there appears to be a stronger anti-BCTF sentiment.
Guest: Charmaine de Silva – News Anchor/ Reporter
2:25 – 2:28
Your reaction on social media and emails
2:35 – 2:58
Topic: An independent view of BC’s education crisis
2:35 Guest: Vicki Huntington – Independent MLA for Delta South
2:45 – 2:55
Topic: Both sides of the education dispute agree it’s about the kids. Correspondent Kathryn Stewart spoke to some students for their take about being out of school and having reduced vacation breaks to make up for the lost time.
Sound: teenage students
3:06 – 3:08
This hour we’ll hear from Global BC News Anchor Chris Gailus and up next we’ll
talk about the latest and greatest iphone with Daily Planet tech correspondent
3:10 – 3:21
Topic: Apple’s latest long-awaited gadgets are out. The new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6
Plus will have larger screens with sharper resolution, and a new horizontal view of the
Guest: Lucas Cochran- Daily Planet
3:25 – 3:28
Topic: How social media effects your brain
3:35 – 3:45
Topic: Today’s leading stories on the News Hour with Chris Gailus
3:35 Guest: Chris Gailus – Global BC News Hour Anchor
3:45 – 3:58
Topic: Noise compliments from residents around Metro Vancouver: First it was residents living along the Fraser River south of Vancouer’s Marine Drive complaining about the noise day and night from nearby industry. Now residents living on Wall Street near the Ironworkers Memorial Bridge saying much the same.
Kim Wayman (lives near Fraser River)
Ted Townsend, city Richmond response to noise
Mary-Helen Wright resident of Wall Street
Coming up this hour: Things are heating up in the dispute between Kinder Morgan and
the city of Burnaby. Shane Woodford from our newsroom will join us for more about
that story and we’ll hear from Burnaby mayor Derek Corrigan. Up next Bob Addison
from CKNW will be here to talk about the Ray Rice NFL controversy and we will hear
the comments of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell
4:10 – 4:28
Topic open to all lines of communication: How loud to the protests have to be for NFL
Commissioner Roger Goodell to keep his job?
Guest: Bob Addison – CKNW Sports
Sound: CBS Interview with Goodell
4:35 – 4:45
Topic: Kinder Morgan has approached the National Energy Board to request the city of
Burnaby get out of their way.
Guest: Shane Woodford – Reporter & News Anchor
Sound: Burnaby Mayor Derek Corrigan
4:47 – 4:55
Topic: The Ebola virus could become a threat to national security
5:15 – 5:21
Topic: A group of union shave sent Premier Christy Clark to accept binding arbitration and end the ongoing education dispute.
Sound: Jim Sinclair
5:35 – 5:44
What the Eck!
5:45 – 5:58
Topic: It’s Family Time!
Topics: The Apple 6 iphone – does anyone still care? And Are you an automated driver or do you like control?