John Gormley Live schedule Oct. 26, 2010
8.30 a.m. Omar Khadr could be released from prison within three or four years, and possibly sooner, if he returns to Canada to serve the majority of a U.S.-imposed sentence after pleading guilty to murdering an American army medic in Afghanistan.
GUEST: Ezra Levant, author, columnist and blogger.
9 a.m. Open lines
10 a.m. The politics of recycling is an issue in Regina and Saskatoon as both cities ponder the best way to roll out new changes to recycling services.
CALLER QUESTION: should it be your choice how you recycle or should the authorities make the decision for you?
11 a.m. Local author Jim Brayshaw with the sequel to Satan - Christianity's Other God which is titled Imagine There's No Satan: How Satan Got Into the New Testament.
GUEST: Jim Brayshaw in studio.
11.30 a.m. The University of Regina Students' Union’s Board of Directors' is against continuing its membership with the Canadian Federation of Students (CFS).
GUEST: University of Regina Students' Union President Kyle Addison
12 p.m. Canadians who are the offspring of anonymous sperm or egg donors have a "fundamental" right to know the identity of their biological parents, a B.C. Supreme Court judge was told yesterday.
CALLER QUESTION: Do you agree or disagree with the judge?