Dire Straits' 25 year old hit deemed 'unacceptable' for Canadian audiences / Phone In: Getting and staying fit in the new year!
Dire Straits Controversy: More than 25 years after 'Money for Nothing' was released, a regulating board for Canadian private broadcasters rules the song unacceptable for Canadian audiences, because of its use of the word 'faggot'. Gay actor and activist Hugo Dann, and Q104 Program Manager J.C. Douglas discuss the context, and the ruling.
Staying Fit: Our fitness experts, Stephanie Knickle-Currie, and Darren Steeves answer all of your questions about keeping those healthful New Years' resolutions.
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