We’re baaaaaack. Did ya miss us?
Episode 5 of The Exchange has already come and gone, but you can check it out right here!
Jordan Haslbeck called in live from Lockport at 5:55 to give you this year’s provincial flood forecast – and it’s looking good.
Host-extraoridinaire Connor interviewed Sam d’Auteuil, a University of Manitoba engineering student, about what hydrokinetic turbines mean for the future of renewable energy and electrical needs. Don’t worry – he breaks it down so everyone can understand at 10:35.
Evan Matthews explores the intricacies and controversies of our justice system at 20:15. He shares the true story of “Joseph,” a 23-year-old who says he’s still suffering financially after he was charged with drug trafficking and benefitting from the proceeds of crime.
Over on the lighter side: Do you like, heart, “wow” or angry face this change? Erin DeBooy breaks down her thoughts on Facebook’s new “like” options in the Mic Drop at 26:30.
On the Group Chat, Taylor Peristy visits role playing – no, not that kind! He talks Dungeons & Dragons and the new Open Gaming License with player Ryland Heidebrecht and A Muse N Games co-owner Brian Mitchell at 30:00.
Finally, in Overtime, Kanisha Szekely asks TSN 1290’s Darrin Bauming about what the Andrew Ladd trade means for the Winnipeg Jets at 46:25.
Give us a listen, and if you still can’t get enough, tune in to The Exchange next Tuesday at 1 p.m. Emily Enns is taking over as host, so you know it’s going to be great.
‘Til next time, I’m Danielle Doiron.