More changes on the Bill Watters show
I didn't really like Brian Hayes on the Bill Watters show - he was fantastic when he was waxing philosophic with Wilbur, but when he had the mic solo it was unbearable. He sounded ridiculous, like my pathetic economics highschool teacher. I simply didn't like the intonation in his voice, the way he emphasized certain things while he was all alone in the booth.
And it was drastically different when he was playing along with Watters - but as soon as he was carrying the show on his own, it wasn't that cool.
So I'm very happy to have Jim Ralph join the Watters Show. Jim Ralph's Don Cherry impression is classic. "And that's all I've got to say abOUT THAT" as Cherry would 1/2 say, 1/2 scream.
I guess Hayes decided to launch the escape pod over to TSN Radio (which I know absolutely nothing about). I guess TSN is going Rogers SportsNet, trying to expand their programming onto more media than they already have, which is fine.
I've found most of this information before from Toronto Sports Media, where you get the lowdown on upcoming guests and the behind the scenes deals on what's going on at your favourite sports stations.
There have been rumours on the site that indicate AM 640 might be looking to get out of the business of sports programming, which is interesting, because they've been the home of the Toronto Maple Leafs broadcasts for a long, long time. Certainly as long as I can remember.
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