Scott Radley Show

Scott Radley is a seasoned journalist, who has written a column for over 15 years in Hamilton. He will ask questions that you want answers to. He will bring an inquisitive mind and a unique perspective to daily news that will push the boundaries in order to make people think and to challenge the norm.

News
1501
How much is Snapchat worth? Why is the NHL fina...
Snapchat doesn't make any money yet somehow it was valued at $29 billion. Guest - Marvin Ryder Gary Bettman sent a letter to the Arizona Legislature stating that there was no way the Coyotes could stay in Glendale. Guest - Bubba O'Neil Lisa Thomaidis was named one of the most influential women in Canada. Guest - Lisa Thomaidis
49 min
1502
Wikipedia needs more female editors, The Vanier...
Right now the distribution of wikipedia editors is primarily male but some are looking to change that. Guest - Erin O'Neil Despite poor attendance numbers the Vanier Cup will be back in Hamilton this year. Guest - Graham Brown Toronto Mayor John Tory tweeted that championships were coming for Toronto and he included every team, even the Rock. Every team except the Argos that is. Guest - Rick Zamperin
54 min
1503
What crazy ideas could help the NHL, How succes...
Don Robertson joins Scott to talk about these topics and more.
35 min
1504
Friday means it's time for the Brightest Panel ...
Scott Urquhart and Mike Fortune join Scott this week.
71 min
1505
Is the hydro cut even a good idea? Checking in ...
Kathleen Wynne announced that she will be cutting hydro rates further to try and help alleviate the pressure on the ratepayer, but is she just stealing from future generations? David Price may need surgery, GSP is back and more. Guest - Bubba O'Neil If a gambler tells a casino not to let him gamble but he then gambles and wins big should he be allowed to keep the money?
54 min
1506
Friday means the Brightest Panel in Hamilton Radio
Sara Cain and Sure Prestidge join Scott to discuss the topics of the day.
78 min
1507
The housing market is out of control, Pete Dyak...
Everyone knows the housing market in Hamilton is skyrocketing but by just how much. Guest - Lou Piriano Pete Dyakowski is one of, if not the most loved Tiger-Cat. But now, thanks to his release, he's an Argo. Guest - Bubba O'Neil Most people say they would give found money back but seriously that can't be everyone.
56 min
1508
Should school start later? Checking in with a l...
Is the early start time for high school having a negative impact on our kids? Guest - Pamela McKeever Riley Dunda is back playing hockey after a stroke nearly ended his life. Guest - Riley Dunda The NHL decided that Gustav Nyquist only deserved a 6 game suspension for spearing a player in the face. Guest - Don Robertson
48 min
1509
CFL free agency is open, Is there more to be fo...
The Tiger-Cats filled a hole in their secondary by adding a CFL All-Star. Guest - Rick Zamperin New research could indicate some hidden chambers in the tomb of King Tut. Guest - Andrew Wade With assisted suicide now legal in Canada some doctors don't want anything to do with it. Guest - Dr. Ramona Coelho
54 min
1510
A wild weekend in the world of sports
Don Robertson stops by to discuss the weekend in sports, including one of the most vicious high sticks that anyone has ever seen. Also Don and Scott discuss the expectations on Valentine's Day.
35 min
1511
Media and Trump, Councillors Whitehead and Gree...
Scott and the brightest panel in Hamilton radio ask what role the media plays in terms of overexposure of Donald Trump. Guests: Scott Urquhart, formerly of CHCH Jamie West, of Westpro Media - The panel discuss what happened with Councillor Terry Whitehead and Councillor Matthew Green during Whitehead's press conference yesterday. - Scott and the brightest panel in Hamilton radio debate whether or not there should be a tax on sugary drinks. - The panel asks whether or not it’s wise to have children later in life.
55 min
1512
Arkells return to Hamilton, Canada in the 2018 ...
Hamilton’s own Arkells will be playing at the First Ontario Centre tomorrow night. Guest: Graham Rockingham, The Hamilton Spectator - One year from now, Canada will be competing in the 2018 Olympics in South Korea. Guest: Bubba O'Neil, CHCH Sports - 53 years ago today, the Beatles appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show to an audience of screaming fans. But they weren't the only ones performing on the show that evening. Guests: Mitzi McCall and Charlie Brill, guests on the Ed Sullivan Show
54 min
1513
The Quebec International Pee-wee Tournament Sta...
The Quebec International Pee-Wee Tournament begins tomorrow night. Scott talks to the Head Coach of the Hamilton Huskies Chris Travale, and Huskies Defencemen Tyson Wassink, about the upcoming games. As well, Scott discusses Hamilton's presence 1998 tournament, with Brandon Saigeon, who competed in those games. Guest - Chris Travale, Hamilton Huskies Head Coach Guest - Tyson Wassink, Hamilton Huskies Defencemen Guest- Brandon Saigeon, Center for the Hamilton Bulldogs  - Is a one-minute workout possible? According to a new study, it is. Scott talks to one of the lead authors of the study, Martin Gibala, Phd Guest - Martin Gibala, Phd, Professor at McMaster University - Scott brings on legendary hockey referee Bill Friday, to surprise him with news of a recent decision made by Hamilton City Hall Guest - Bill Friday, former referee for the World Hockey Association and the National Hockey League
52 min
1514
A Study Finds Government Jobs Make More than Pr...
A study from the Fraser Institute finds that government employees earn nearly 15% more than similar jobs in the private sector. - Scott is joined by pop culture expert Professor Robert Thompson to discuss violence in television and movies, if our popular stories are more violent than they used to be, and why we are drawn to violent media. Guest: Professor Robert Thompson, Director of the Bleier Center for Television and Popular Culture - The new CFL schedule has been revealed, and Scott thinks it is "interesting." Rick Zamperin joins the show to talk about what the upcoming season will look like for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Guest: Rick Zamperin, Assistant Program/News/Senior Sports Director at AM900 CHML) - The Merriam-Webster Dictionary a has added 1,000 new words to its next edition. Scott wonders how many of these words will be used in everyday life.
63 min
1515
The Super Bowl, ultimate athletes, TV ratings f...
Scott and Don Robertson discuss the Super Bowl and ask if the NFL's overtime rules need to be changed. Guest: Don Robertson of the Dundas Real McCoys and Com Choice Realty - Scott asks Don which one athlete – from any sport – he would want on his team in a must-win situation. Guest: Don Robertson of the Dundas Real McCoys and Com Choice Realty - SportsBusiness Journal has released an article about TV ratings for American NHL teams in their local markets. Which teams have the best ratings and which have the worst? Guest: Don Robertson of the Dundas Real McCoys and Com Choice Realty - About 1000 CUPE members rallied outside of Hamilton General Hospital earlier today to call for a 5% increase in funding for hospitals and long term care homes. Health care, education, infrastructure - how do we decide which services "deserve" more funding? Guest: Aaron Wudrick, president of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation - Did you watch Lady Gaga’s performance at the halftime show during the Super Bowl? Some people are criticizing her for not making any overt political statements. Guest: Chris Zelkovich, media writer for Yahoo Sports
61 min
1516
Is a theatre at fault for emergencies that happ...
All these topics and more as Anthony finishes his week in the big air chair.
40 min
1517
Hamilton is trying to push people into the trad...
These topics and much as Anthony sits in for Scott.
53 min
1518
Residents are fighting an apartment building in...
A developer is hoping to put in an apartment building in Stoney Creek but residents don't want it, and they have some interesting reasoning. After the shooting at the Quebec mosque there has been 14 reported hate crimes in Montreal, what's behing this? Guest - Raquel Fletcher Some court cases can be graphic and brutal yet up until now no thought has been paid to the jurors who have to sift through the evidence. Now Ontario is stepping up to provide counselling. Guest - Gary Direnfeld
40 min
1519
Updating the Quebec mosque shooting, Picking ou...
Anthony Urciuoli steps into the chair with Scott off on vacation and he's got some opinions.
51 min
1520
Do the libraries deserve a budget increase?, Ho...
Councillor Donna Skelly believes that every department should be questioned when they ask for a budget increase, and that extends to the library. Guest - Donna Skelly Vince Carter is turning 40 today. His reputation in Canada is mixed but his impact is deniable. Guest - Bubba O'Neil There's a hackathon going on at McMaster, find out what that is and how you can watch it. Guest - Graeme Crawley
52 min
1521
Could the Memorial Cup come to Hamilton? Why is...
The Hamilton Bulldogs made their pitch to host the 2018 Memorial Cup today. They're up against Regina and Oshawa to host the 100th edition of the cup. Guest - Michael Andlauer Apparently if you're looking for a deal the best time to find one is in January. What's the reason for that? Guest - Rob Golfi Scientific studies are more and more prevelant these days, which makes sense because of the advance of technology. But it's also due to numerous scientific journals popping up that may be less than legitimate. Guest - Tim Caulfield
55 min
1522
New pipelines in the US, What is wine tasting r...
Donald Trump is pushing for some pipeline projects to get started, how does this affect Canada? Guest - Marvin Ryder Wine tasting is seen by some as snooty and pretentious. But is it? Guest - Tony Aspler A new study seems to show that at least in football screaming at the ref can help you get a call. Guest - Michael Lopez
51 min
1523
Why do people hate the Patriots? Why is the NHL...
All this and more with Don Robertson on the Scott Radley Show.
33 min
1524
It's Friday! Time for the Brightest Panel in Ha...
Mike Fortune and Brad Clark drop by to discuss the inaguration of Donald Trump, the impact that the new president will have on Canada, and who Canada's Trump could be. Guest - Brad Clark Guest - Mike Fortune
72 min
1525
The Canadian dollar is strong, A Bulldog could ...
It seems like the message is different depending on the day. One day the Canadian dollar is strong, the next it's headed towards a cliff. Which one is it? Guest - Marvin Ryder The NHL's Central Scouting released their midseason rankings and sitting at #19 is Matthew Strome of the Hamilton Bulldogs. Guest - Matthew Strome Video has emerged of a young lady screaming obscenities at an older lady on a bus in York Region. Notably, no one steps in, was this the wrong move by the people on the bus?
53 min