January 24, 2014 1:10 pm
Updated: January 24, 2014 2:23 pm

Friday, January 25, 2014 on The Morning Show


THE NEXT GENERATION – CMT host Paul McGuire joins The Morning Show to talk about his latest concert series, The Next Generation. The 90-minute broadcast will feature dynamic performances by emerging country stars Kira Isabella, Dallas Smith, Autumn Hill, Brett Kissel, Belle Starr and MacKenzie Porter.

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RAGHAV – Canadian singer-songwriter, Raghav, joins us in-studio to talk about his music career and the success of his latest album, “The Phoenix.” Raghav has had a busy 2013, having been commissioned to work on the music for a Dreamworks motion picture with Oscar and Grammy winning composer AR Rahman.

CANADA POST RALLY – The Canadian Union of Postal Workers is greeting the return of Parliament with a rally and march in Ottawa to demand the reversal of planned cuts to the postal service. Similar actions are taking place across the country. Stacey Mills and Doug Hacking discuss what this action means to employees and consumers. TORONTO SHOW ONLY

HEARTBEAT OF HOME –Ryan McCaffrey and Shaunessy Sinnett preview the brand new music and dance spectacular, “Heartbeat of Home.” The show comes from the producers of “Riverdance” and promises to bring a world of “joyous, high-energy, heart-stopping performances” to the stage. TORONTO SHOW ONLY

INTERIOR DESIGN SHOW – Are you looking to redesign your home or living space any time soon? The Morning Show’s Liem Vu takes us through some of the hottest trends in home design and décor at the Toronto Interior Design Show. The event runs from Jan. 23-26 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. TORONTO SHOW ONLY

LOCAL “MUST-HAVE” PRODUCTS – Fashion and design writer for Now Magazine, Sabrina Maddeaux, joins us in-studio to discuss some of the more unique local items you can purchase this winter/spring. From bow ties to necklaces, we show you the Made-in-Canada must haves. TORONTO SHOW ONLY

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