Monday, May 26, 2014 on The Morning Show
ZACH BRAFF – Actor Zach Braff, best known for his role in the television series Scrubs, joins the conversation on the national edition of The Morning Show. He made his big-screen directorial debut in 2004 with Garden State andcurrently stars in the film Wish I Was Here.
RYAN SAWLSVILLE – In 2009,Ryan Sawlsville lost his arm in a horrific car accident. He struggled to adjust to life with only one arm while his weigh ballooned to over 400 pounds. In 2012, he embarked on a weight loss adventure appearing on the TV series, Extreme Makeover: Weight Loss Edition where he lost over 200 pounds.
MARGARET HEFFERNAN – Margaret Heffernan is an international businesswoman and writer. Heffernan’s articles on business leadership,entrepreneurship and innovation have appeared in print worldwide. She recently release her new book A Bigger Prize: Why Competition isn’t Everything and How We Do Better, which looks at hypercompetitiveness, its success and failures. TORONTO SHOW ONLY
TORONTO BIKE WEEK – Today is Bike to Work Day in many communities, which officially kicks off Bike Week. What began as a one-day celebration has evolved to become one of the largest events of its kind in Canada. Urban planning consultant Chris Drew discusses why there is a need for better biking infrastructure in Toronto. TORONTO SHOW ONLY
ONTARIO ELECTION NUMBERS – From polls to seat projections, Professor Barry Kay from Wilfrid Laurier University joins us in-studio to break down the Ontario election numbers for us. TORONTO SHOW ONLY
DAVID SAX – David Sax is a Canadian journalist, writing for publications such as New York Magazine, Vanity Fair, Bloomberg Business Week and the New York Times. His new book called The Tastemakers uncovers the world of food trends: Where they come from, how they grow, and where they end up. TORONTO SHOW ONLY
BRIDESMAID GLAMOUR – Spring is prime wedding season and The Morning Show takes a look at how bridesmaid can be glamorous without upstaging the bride. TORONTO SHOW ONLY
VIRAL VIDEO – A 5-year-old’s life isn’t easy. Especially when it comes to giving up something special.
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