Toronto Sports Media Sports Radio Lineups

Here’s are your drive home lineups

On Fan 590 Tonight-

– Bob McCown’s co-host from 5 to 7 is Michael Grange
4:00 Tom Tebbutt, Tennis Canada
4:20 Randy Bernard, IndyCar CEO In Studio
5:20 David Shoalts, Globe & Mail
5:40 Kara Lang, Sportsnet In Studio
6:00 Sal Galatioto, Galatioto Sports Partners
6:20 Darren Rovell of CNBC & Richard Deitsch of SI
6:40 Bert Randolph Sugar, Boxing Historian

On TSN Radio 1050

James Cybuski’s Co-host: Dave Feschuk

Charles Barkley

James Duthie

Darren Dreger

Bob McKenzie

Dan Shulman

Toronto FC Representative – TBD

Tom Anselmi

On 640 with Jim Ralph and Bill Watters thanks to Mike S.:

4:45 – Paul Steigerwald (Pittsburgh Penguins play-by-play)

5:05 – Jim Rutherford (Carolina Hurricanes President & General Manager)

5:25 – Tim Saunders (Philadelphia Flyers play-by-play)

6:05 – Dave Maloney (New York Rangers Radio Analyst)

6:25 – Dave Cameron (Ottawa Senators Assistant Coach)

Today on Tim and Sid: Uncut

Tim Micallef and Sid Seixeiro broadcast live from the Joe Carter Classic at Eagle’s Nest Golf Club.


COMMENTS

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    mike (in boston) 9 years ago

    interesting to read some of Paul Kariya’s comments on supplementary discipline after retiring due to post-concussion symptoms.

    http://www.theglobeandmail.com/sports/hockey/paul-kariya-announces-retirement/article2080412/

    but i guess he’s just one of those people who according to Brain Burke “don’t understand the role of supplemental discipline” …

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    Can they just pull the plug on Watters already. June 29, the hockey season is over and his entire guest roster is hockey…

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    Gerry 9 years ago

    Great article re:Kariya

    Would like to see msm actually challenge Bettman with Kariya’s points.

    As an aside how many more days will bobcat and grange continue to go on and on about all things Twitter.

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    Mike S 9 years ago

    Greg is right…………..there have been 15 guests on Wilbur’s show so far this week…………14 of them have been hockey-related………..Richard Griffin was the only non-hockey guest…………they must have had him on because one of their hockey guests wasn’t answering his cell phone

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    Mike (in Boston) said “interesting to read some of Paul Kariya’s comments on supplementary discipline after retiring due to post-concussion symptoms.

    http://www.theglobeandmail.com/sports/hockey/paul-kariya-announces-retirement/article2080412/

    but i guess he’s just one of those people who according to Brain Burke “don’t understand the role of supplemental discipline” …”

    Great point!

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    Greg said “Can they just pull the plug on Watters already. June 29, the hockey season is over and his entire guest roster is hockey…”

    I thought they already did.

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    Gerry said “Great article re:Kariya

    Would like to see msm actually challenge Bettman with Kariya’s points.

    As an aside how many more days will bobcat and grange continue to go on and on about all things Twitter.”

    They had a good talk on twitter today, I thought.

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    Mike S said “Greg is right…………..there have been 15 guests on Wilbur’s show so far this week…………14 of them have been hockey-related………..Richard Griffin was the only non-hockey guest…………they must have had him on because one of their hockey guests wasn’t answering his cell phone”

    The show is on auto pilot. It’s so apparent.

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    Really nice to see Tim & Sid finally getting some print here. They have to be the best kept secret in the city right now. Everyone is familiar with them on the score, but their podcast is the best one hour of listening right now anywhere. I catch it live everyday and quite often listen to the podcast again later, so funny I usually miss things laughing. Also a very interactive show for fans via twitter, Facebook and email during show, nice touch which gives listeners some input!

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    mike (in boston) 9 years ago

    i’m not a regular listener to any TSN programming, but since subscribing to their podcast feed i have to say i am really impressed with Bryan Hayes’s interview style.

    the most recent example was his interview with NHL deputy commish Bill Daly. Daly’s appearances on PTS have been pretty painful over the last year, since he always comes in with his back up and this leads to useless answers and antagonistic questions.

    By contrast the discussion with Hayes was direct and cordial. The questions covered a huge amount of ground, and Hayes did a great job of following-up when Daly gave him an opening, and letting it go when Daly basically said he wasn’t going to discuss something. Also, Hayes deserves huge credit for asking Daly about the league’s views on Avery’s public stance on marriage equality*.

    Great interview, and I can definitely see Hayes being moved to a more prominent position in the fall.

    *(sorry TSM!)

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    Watters show is totally forgettable. But I will talk about the positives, both PTS and C&C brought the goods yesteday. This is the positives of having a couple of solid programs at the same time. I found myself flipping back and forth, not because the show wasn’t good, but because both show were strong and wanted to hear what the other side was doing. You look up and down that lineup on both shows, and there almost something for everybody.

    I also didn’t mind to much the McCown/Grange conversation, and then bringing in Rovell & Deitsch. It’s a good conversation about what is just general talk and what is actual business content. Also nice to see the S in PTS wasn’t just for sausagefest. A woman talking about woman sports! You can tell she was new to this and was nervous but rather that then the same thing, same thing.

    As for C&C, you can’t go wrong with Barkley. How much more entertaining would following the Raptors be if you have somebody with a “won’t kiss up to anybody” attitude like Barkley here. It adorable how he pronounces the city name. Shaulman is also great, honest talk about the Jays attendance without the constant sugarcoating that goes on with the baseball people here. Talk with Anselmi, with a conversation about the job and TFC, what an anomaly! Okay I laughed at the thought of new TFC player Frings, MLSE cross promote the food Frings at real sports, you know it’s happening.

    McCown making fun of Grange taking forever to ask a question or say a comment was funny. But NOTHING beats the conversatin of CFL players angry that they didn’t make TSN CFL top CURRENT 50. The talk goes to how you shouldnt’ self promote yourself to a higher position but have others make that argument for you and should be proud just to be there. Which Feschuk saying “Isn’t there like only 53 players in CFL” ha. Also love when guys on the radio side can poke some fun at the TV side.