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episodes: October 2012 Archives

Two Crosstalks - October 26, 2012

1.) Are women safe walking by themselves after dark in St. John's? Leslie McCleod joins me to take your calls and she's  the executive director of the St. John's Status of Women Council.

2.) Does your pet rule your life? Our guest on our second call-in today is Linda Pike. Linda's a pet wrangler for the TV series, Pet ER and the owner and operator of Companion Dog Training in the Goulds.

 

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Crosstalk - Cell phone fees

Have you ever been surprised by your cell phone charges? Our guest on the program is Steve Anderson of the group, OpenMedia.ca

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Two Crosstalks: The Lance Armstrong scandal and Flu shots for healthcare workers

Crosstalk part 1: The Lance Armstrong doping scandal Do you agree with the decision to strip Lance Armstrong of his Tour de France titles?  Host Ramona Dearing speaks with triathlete Shawn Stratton, who's got a keen interest in Lance Armstrong's story.  Shawn Stratton will compete at the World Triathlon Championships in London, England, next year.  And he's the president of the Paradise Triathlon Committee.
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Crosstalk part 2: Flu immunization for health care workers We're asking if flu shots should be mandatory for health care workers.  Ramona speaks with CBC's house doctor, Brian Goldman.
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