Monday, February 9, 2009 | Categories: Episodes |
n the spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love... but how about the young women?
Romantic realist Judy Croon tries to convince author and comedian "Humble" Howard Glassman that Valentine's Day does nothing to promote love.
Next up on our hearts and flowers episode, surprisingly romantic Al Rae does his best to prove to newly single Deborah Kimmett that "till death do us part" is still relevant.
Life is like a box of chocolates, and so is The Debaters -- it's sometimes sweet, sometimes bitter and occasionally filled with nuts.
Tune in with your sweetheart and fall in love with The Debaters all over again.
Airs Saturday mornings at 11:30 and Monday evenings at 8:30 PM on CBC Radio One.
Listen to a clip from the show