Wednesday, December 27, 2006

Tieleman back in the Nightline BC saddle tonight - Wednesday December 27 - on CKNW & Corus Radio Network

Hope everyone had a great and safe Christmas and Boxing Day!

I'm back filling in for Michael Smyth as guest host at Nightline BC tonight [and Thursday night too] from 7 to 9 p.m. on CKNW AM 980 in the Lower Mainland/Vancouver Island and on Corus Radio Network stations throughout BC, as well as online at

Here's tonight's lineup of guests and issues:

7 p.m. - Crawford Kilian - noted writer and educator talks about the third edition of his book Writing For The Web, as well as recent developments in the Blogosphere.

7:30 p.m. - Joan Craven - author of What Can I Do Today on parenting strategies to keep kids busy and also - perfect for radio hosts - how to deal with difficult people!

8 p.m. - Murray Mollard - Executive Director of the BC Civil Liberties Association - on the good, bad and the ugly from 2006 in the field of civil liberties and human rights.

8:30 p.m. - Charles Burton - Professor of Political Science at Brock University and former Canadian diplomat in China on what dramatically increasing trade with China would really mean for BC and Canada in the wake of a provincial report suggesting 500,000 jobs could be created through Asia Pacific trade.

Tune in, call in, be heard.

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