Special Guests

  • Steve Turner — Author of The Gospel According to the Beatles
    Forty years ago, John Lennon's comment that the Beatles were bigger than Jesus caused protests and record burnings in the U.S. "Millions of young people smoked pot, dropped acid, investigated Eastern religions and marched for peace as a result of the Beatles said of did." Steve Turner has interviewed John Lennon, David Bowie, Elton John, Frank Zappa, Rod Stewart, Lou Reed, Alice Cooper, Cat Stevens, The Who, The Byrds, The Band, The Moody Blues, Black Sabbath and the Grateful Dead (to name a few) and wrote the authorized biography of Johnny Cash.

  • Ali Matthews (and Rick Francis)
    Multi award winning singer-songwriter
    Ali Matthews joins us LIVE in studio! Combine the vocal talents of Amy Grant and Karen Carpenter with one of Canada's finest acoustic guitar players...no wonder they keep bringing home the awards!


  • Helen
    Imagine being excommunicated from your church because you made the choice to reach out to your daughter who was also excommunicated from the same church. Then, not only does your church kick you out, but so does your husband! Helen visits us from Australia with one of the most shocking stories of spiritual abuse you have ever heard in your life!

Talkback, etc.

  • Should churches be kicking people out more often these days?
    Christian couples living together NO, but wife beaters YES? Smokers NO, but drunkards YES? Overeaters NO, but Homosexuals YES? The local sleazy car salesman NO, but the town whore YES? This is a tough one people. LOVE - GRACE - FORGIVENESS - DISCIPLINE... To judge or not to judge, is this the question? Have a read of 1 Corinthians 5 then give us a call!

  • Is the "n-word" really that offensive?
    Has politically correct insanity hijacked freedom of speech or are we just more enlightened then the days of Archie Bunker? Every race group has some sort of slang word used to represent them. (Paki, Nigger, Wap, Kraut, Pollack, Jew, Jap, Chink, Spick, and yes... even CRACKER!) So what happened to "sticks and stones may break my bones but names will never hurt me"?

  • Should spanking be outlawed in Canada?
    United Nations special envoy, Stephen Lewis, and the president of UNICEF Canada, Nigel Fisher, are both calling on the federal government to rewrite the section of the Criminal Code that allows parents to spank their children. Do you think spanking should be made illegal or if done properly, is spanking actually a form of healthy discipline and love?