Wednesday, February 22, 2012 | Categories: Features
Do I go with the Tennessee bootlegging hero, or the oddly hypnotic singing gloves?
My favourite thing about working on AIH is rolling into work every day and having no clue as to what will be on the program that evening. With a mandate that can roughly be summarized as 'Anything that happened anywhere today,' a broad road lays before us each morning. Broad and winding. That is what gives the show its unique tone and personality.
Last night's program was no exception.
Out of the gate we spoke with Syria's Charge d'Affaires in Canada about the conflict in his country.
Then we wound our way through a piece on the odour of ants on our way to Paris, Texas where land owners are angered over the KeystoneXL pipeline.
We gave Josh Friend of Kitchener, Ontario a couple of shots at vocalizing a low 'E' as he prepares to submit for a Welsh opera:
All of which led us to these pieces.
As I said at the top, a very broad and winding road. But hey, chacun a son gout, right?