8:30 a.m. Hot temperatures and dry conditions are fueling the wildfire situation in Saskatchewan; according to the Ministry of Environment, there have been 153 fires so far this year, well above the five-year average of 94. Steve Roberts, the executive director of wildlife management for the province, joins Murray now with the latest.
8:50 a.m. The Eagles are landing at Mosaic Stadium tonight! Shaun Semple, chairman of the host organizing committee for the 100th Memorial Cup, joins Murray now with everything fans need to know about tonight’s concert.
9:00 a.m. Bug’s Day… The Hour of Rage!
10:00 a.m. Saskatchewan is facing drought-like conditions with rainfall well below average for this time of year… so what does this mean for farmers putting their crops in the ground? Agriculture consultant Kevin Hursh joins Murray now to discuss what the dry spell could mean for this year’s crops.
10:20 a.m. Environment Canada’s John Paul Cragg joins Murray now to discuss the dry conditions and whether there is any end in sight.
10:30 a.m. By now you’ve heard the audio clip that has everyone asking each other: “Yanny” or “Laurel”? So why is it that some people hear one thing and others hear something completely different? Saskatoon-based audiologist Jason Schmiedge joins Murray to explain.
11:30 a.m. Provincial parks are officially open for the summer and who better to talk to than the man who literally wrote the book on Saskatchewan parks. Mike Clancy, author of A User’s Guide to Saskatchewan Parks, joins Murray with the best camping spots in Saskatchewan.