Wednesday Jan. 21st on The Morning News – Halifax

Wednesday Jan. 21st on The Morning News – Halifax

Jun 16, 2019 / By : / Category : 成都桑拿

We’ll get things going at 6:45am with our Healthy Living segment. Many Canadians have heard of Seasonal Affective Disorder through various media reports and water cooler conversations. But recently SAD’s status has changed. Dr. Martin Alda, Killam Chair in Mood Disorders at Dalhousie University, will join us with the latest on this debilitating winter condition.

Why aren’t Canadians more interested in politics?  Join us at 7:15am for a lively discussion with Michael MacMillan – media executive, co-founder of Samara Canada and co-author of the best-selling book Tragedy in the Commons:  Former Members of Parliament Speak Out About Canada’s Failing Democracy.

Want a great excuse to start thinking about summer?  Join Halifax Jazz Festival Artistic Director Lulu Healy at 7:45am to chat about this summer’s event taking place July 8 – 12th.   Also – find out more about an upcoming show featuring Ms. Lisa Fischer, Rolling Stones mainstay and star of the Oscar-winning film 20 FEET FROM STARDOM.

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Getting ready for baby is one thing but what about getting ready for babies? In this week’s Doctor’s Appointment, we learn about multiple births and pregnancy. Dr. Howard Conter shares the straight facts on twins, triplets and more. That’s Wednesday at 8:15am.

At 8:20am we get our annual visit from Heather Gibson to tee up this year’s In The Dead of Winter Music Festival. What started in 2006 as a one-venue event with 11 artists has morphed into a 4-day acoustic musical journey across four venues in Halifax. Highlights this year include Owen Pallett and The Skydiggers.

And at 8:45am the music theme continues on our show with a chat and live performance from Ben Caplan. The Halifax based musician is playing a show at the CAPACOA Conference Wednesday night before heading out on the road for an extensive world tour in 2015.

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