Tuesday, December 29, 2009 | Categories: Dr. Brian's Blog |
This week's special talkback episode is the final show of the 4th season of WCBA. Before we wrap, I'd like to thank an enormously talented group of people who work behind the scenes.
Chuck Jutras, Rodney Millington and Bill Knott work in operations. Our technicians were Tim Lorimer, Anca Stan, and Carlos Van Leuwen. Heather Rowe, Michelle Cho and Francine Fick do our scheduling and made sure we get to air. Peter Christiani made sure we had cash. Thanks to network producers Sean Prpick and Neil Morrison as well as staff producers Carma Jolly and Nicola Luksic for helping add to what you get to hear on the show. Thanks to Angela Misri, Lily Mills and Ananda Korchynski for keeping our web site and podcasts humming.
Much deserved appreciation also goes to our Executive Producer at Radio Current Affairs Linda Groen and her trusty assistant Donna Hymers.
And finally, a big salute to the two incredibly talented people who worked each week putting the show on the air. To producer Dominic Girard, I really appreciated your enthusiasm and your playfulness with sound. If you want to know what I mean, check out Dom's audio montage of Cold War and Flu War sounds heard on our Swinefeld episode on September 19, 2009. And to senior producer Quade Hermann, thanks for your steady leadership and for putting up with me coming into work after nightshifts in the ER.
Beginning in January, you can find me in the ER at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto. I do hope you won't have need of my services any time soon. I'm also putting the finishing touches on my book about my career doing night shifts in the ER to be published soon by Harper Collins Canada.
If you want to stay in touch, my Twitter account is WCBADoctorBrian. I'll be launching my own web site shortly and will post details on my Twitter account.
Podcasts will remain posted on this web site for several more weeks. Or, you can leave us an email at email@example.com.
Have a Healthy and Happy New Year!