Daybreak Again: May 19/20, 2012
Would you like to know how long you'll live? It might be a scary thought, but if you were curious and had a crystal ball, you might be tempted to ask it that big question. The Life Expectancy Calculator attempts to be that crystal ball and it was created by researchers with the Institute of Clinical Evaluative Sciences and Public Health Ontario. It's already so popular that its website crashed during the first three days it was online. To find out more, Russell spoke with Daybreak's health's professional, Dr. Mike Evans.
Comedian Donovan Deschner has made a committment to write and perform 5 minutes of new material every week for a year starting on May 21. The 20-something funny-man spoke with Russell on Daybreak after listening to a classic 80's track from Sadé about the challenge he's taken on.
A new book has been launched celebrating 100 years of the Calgary Public Library system. Brian Brennan is the author of the memoir, Leaving Dublin as well as having been a long-time columnist with the Calgary Herald. He spoke with Russell about what libraries mean to him and what they have meant to Alberta.
If you've been outside recently, you may have noticed the distinctive aroma of the barbecue as it becomes more prolific with the weather settles into a warm spring. What's better to compliment that great tasting food than a great-tasting wine? Shelley Boettcher is a wine author & traveller as well as Executive Editor of Wine Access magazine. She spoke with Russell about her suggestion for wine and food pairings.
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