Bikini OTD Sports Radio Tonight- Updated

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On Fan 590 Tonight-

– Grapeline with Don Cherry & Brian Williams at 4:45
– Bob McCown’s co-host from 5:00 to 7:00 is Stephen Brunt
4:10 Neil Smith – Owner/Coach Da Chiefs
4:25 Jack Armstrong – FAN 590
5:25 Don Banks – SI
5:45 Michael Hiestand – USA Today
6:06 Bob Nicholson – Hockey Canada
6:30 Ed Olczyk – NBC & Vs
6:45 Steve Bauer – Canadian Cycling Legend

On 640 with Brady and Watters thanks to Mike S.:

– Ron Wilson, head coach of the Leafs
– Dave Naylor from the Globe & Mail on football
– Alan Frew of Glass Tiger
– hockey insider Pierre McGuire at 6:10

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Mike S
Mike S
January 28, 2010 5:13 pm

Two of McCown’s favourite people (Naylor & Frew) are appearing on 640 today…………that’s almost as strange as seeing Kypreos on TSN, which apparently will happen during the upcoming Olympics

mike (in boston)
mike (in boston)
January 28, 2010 5:30 pm

the competition for guests is a good thing for the listening audience. McCown has had a monopoly on that for too long and it is reflected in the quality of his interviews. PTS is far too often an “old boys club.”

i wonder if we’ll ever again see the day of a 2nd all sports radio station in Toronto. I think the appetite is there, as the Brady/Watters show’s numbers suggest.

January 28, 2010 6:05 pm

I’m not sure 640 would go all sports. I think their news/talk guys do better than Watters and Brady.

In a bunch of cities (including Vancouver) the same company will operate two sports radio stations. A main one, and a secondary one that airs a lot of syndicated stuff and play by play conflicts. Maybe that’s a possibility?

mike (in boston)
mike (in boston)
January 28, 2010 6:14 pm

i guess i’m just sick of the Rogers empire these days … maybe TSN should start its own radio station, drawing on their ESPN partnership for some syndicated content, as well as their own stable of reporters and personalities for a proper morning show

January 28, 2010 7:07 pm

Yeah – I have to agree about Rogers. A second Fan would probably be a bad idea anyway. They can barely fill up one station as it is.

Mike S
Mike S
January 28, 2010 10:56 pm

Daniel is right about Vancouver…………I was out there over Christmas and they now have two sports radio stations owned by the same company……….the main station had mostly local programming, including Canucks games (and Canucks Lunch at noon, of course) while the other station had mostly syndicated programming but they also had the World Junior hockey games

It is an interesting concept, although I’m not sure it would work in Toronto

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