The Full Count welcomes Mark Hebscher. A longtime sports journalist, Mark now does his own podcast. Its called XXXX, and he’s got his first book coming out next February. I thought it was a good time to get him here on The Full Count to talk about the biz, about the issues in my new book Cap In Hand and why independent voices are dead.Read More
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A new book tries to shed a little light on the dynamic between governments and the press. Power, Prime Ministers, and The Press charts the sometimes fractious, sometimes symbiotic history of the prime ministers and the Parliamentary press corps. The author is my old friend and colleague Bob Lewis and he joins me on The Full Count.Read More
The Ontario provincial election is coming down to its final days with voters set to go to the polls on June 7. No one knows Ontario politics better than Steve Paikin, the longtime host of The Agenda, on TV Ontario. He joins us on the Full Count to talk about how we got here and where it’s going in the most populous and powerful province in the country.Read More
Bruce takes the show on the road. In sunny Florida, he is joined by Lorne Rubenstein, one of Canada's most renowned golf journalists. They talk about a variety of topics on the sport including Tiger Woods and the greatest golf shot Canada has ever seen.Read More
In the first NPP of 2016, the Dowbboy welcomes a fine Canadian export: ESPN's Adnan Virk. Born and raised outside of Kingston, Ontario, Virk is recognized as one of the top personalities at themedia giant. He touches on his childhood cheering for the Philly Flyers, how he got his start and what led him to Bristol, Connecticut-based ESPN.
Bruce talks with Steve Paikin about the Canadian Election, from the Trudeau narrative to the Conservatives late wane in the polls.
Bruce is joined by John Gordon, golf writer, broadcaster, and historian and they discuss the game in Canada and the Presidents Cup