Wednesday, June 28, 2006

BBC - Radio 4 - India's Route 66: [listen online] "The chronicle of Sir Mark Tully's once-in-a-lifetime journey along the Grand Trunk Road,

BBC - Radio 4 - India's Route 66: [listen online] "The chronicle of Sir Mark Tully's once-in-a-lifetime journey along the Grand Trunk Road, one of the oldest of all trade routes. It's more than just a physical journey: the journey starts in Calcutta, where he was born and from where the British ruled India. It ends at Delhi, where he now lives, the country's modern capital"

Sunday, June 25, 2006

Mr. Dressup to go off the air: "

CBC Arts: Mr. Dressup to go off the air: "

The tickle trunk will be closed for the last time in September, as CBC officially retires Mr. Dressup.

Ernie Coombs with Casey and Finnegan — no more reruns for the much-loved show.

As of July 3, the show moves from every weekday at 11 a.m. to Sunday morning only and the last broadcast of the much-loved children's show takes place Sept. 3.

The late Ernie Coombs began the show in 1967, delighting children with puppets Casey and Finnegan and a tickle trunk full of costumes and intriguing objects.

The last episode of the show was made in 1996 and it has been rerun ever since. Coombs died in 2001 of a stroke."

Friday, June 23, 2006

CBC's 'The National' to be bumped by U.S. show: "CBC's flagship television news show, The National, will be bumped

CTV.ca | CBC's 'The National' to be bumped by U.S. show: "CBC's flagship television news show, The National, will be bumped on the main network in some markets by an American reality TV series over the summer.

The show is The One: Making A Music Star, produced for ABC by Endomol USA, which also makes Fear Factor.

The new show is scheduled to debut on Tuesday, July 18. The 16-part series runs through to Sept. 6 and will air from 9:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET."

Thursday, June 22, 2006

Pedestrian crossing

Pedestrian crossing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: "A pedestrian crossing or crosswalk is a designated point on a road at which some means are employed to assist pedestrians wishing to cross. They are designed to keep pedestrians together where they can be seen by motorists, and where they can cross most safely with the flow of vehicular traffic. Pedestrian crossings are often at intersections, but may also be at other points on busy roads that would otherwise be perilous to attempt to cross. They are common near schools or in other areas where there are a large number of children. Crosswalks can be considered a traffic calming technique."

List of media outlets in Toronto "Radio -Toronto stations

List of media outlets in Toronto "Radio -Toronto stations

* CJCL 590 - The Fan - formerly at 1430 (now Chinese Fairchild Radio); this station was formerly CKEY
* CFMJ 640 - AM 640
* CFTR 680 - 680 News
* CJBC 860 - Radio-Canada La Premire Chane
* CFRB 1010 - Newstalk CFRB
* CHUM 1050 - 1050 Chum
* CHKT 1430 - Fairchild Radio, multicultural
* CHIN 1540 - multicultural station created by the late Johnny Lombardi
* CHSL 1610 - Spanish community station
* CHEV 1610 - former special-events station, now defunct
* CKLN 88.1 - Ryerson University
* CIRV 88.9 - multicultural
* CIUT 89.5 - University of Toronto
* CKRG 89.9 - Glendon College
* CJBC 90.3 - Radio-Canada Espace Musique
* CKHC 90.71 - Humber College
* CJRT 91.1 - Jazz FM
* CHIN-1 91.9 - FM rebroadcaster of CHIN (AM), not to be confused with CHIN-FM
* CJAQ 92.5 - Jack FM
* CFXJ 93.5 - Flow 93-5
* CBL 94.1 - CBC Radio Two
* CJEZ 97.3 - EZ Rock
* CHFI 98.1 - adult contemporary
* CBLA 99.1 - CBC Radio One
* CKFM 99.9 - Mix 99.9
* CHIN 100.7 - multicultural
* CJSA 101.3 - Canadian Multicultural Radio
* Rainbow Radio 103.9 - LGBT community station
* CHUM 104.5 - hot adult contemporary
* CHOQ 105.1 - franco-ontarian community station
* CHRY 105.5 - York University
* CFIE 106.5 - Aboriginal Voices Radio
* CILQ 107.1 - Q107"

Wednesday, June 21, 2006

my Flickr acount

Flickr: Photos from arc23 - a major update

Motorola V635 - my new phone

Motorola V635 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: "The V635 is a cell phone developed by Motorola. It is considered the successor to the V600 and V620 model phones. Its prominent features include the ability to insert a removable TransFlash memory card, (wich is fully accessible thru the Bluetooth) video capture and playback, 1.23 megapixel camera, and a colored outer display."

Tuesday, June 06, 2006

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