8:30 – A man crashed his car into security barriers outside Britain’s House of Parliament during Tuesday morning’s rush hour, injuring a number of pedestrians in what police are calling a terrorist incident. Paul Waldie, The Globe and Mail’s Paul Waldie joins John with the latest from London.
9:00 – The Hour of the Big Stories… Open Session
10:00 – A new book called, Magnetic North: The Unauthorized Biography of Justin Trudeau Canada’s Selfie PM, traces the rise of Justin Trudeau to become a desired and admired world leader in the grim age of Trump and Twitter. Author Alan Hustak joins John now to discuss.
11:00 – Megz Reynolds, who farms near White Bear, Sask., north of Swift Current, routinely blogs and posts on social media about farming. She issued a video invitation on Twitter last week for politicians at the federal and provincial levels to join her for harvest. She joins John now to discuss.
11:30 – Did your parents ever tell you something that you found out was a complete lie? Like how putting a poodle in the microwave to dry them quicker? Or how you should never eat black watermelon seeds cause it they will grow in your stomach? What is your story!
12:00 – Myles Morrison, Saskatoon Comedian, is one of 18 finalists vying for Canadian votes and a shot at the Grand Prize of $25,000 in the SiriusXM Top Comic Competition nationwide. He joins John now to discuss.