More To Life offers Ontario viewers an intelligent daytime alternative to soap opera, talk shows and reruns. This interactive phone-in program offers practical information that will entertain and educate viewers and enhance their daily lives.
Air Date: March 27, 2002 - 56:59
Marlene Morais, Vice President of PFLAG and University student Anna Penner, discuss raising a gay or lesbian teen. And Sister Susan Kidd, of the Congregation of Notre Dame in Montreal, is on a recruitment campaign for nuns.
Air Date: March 25, 2002 - 56:41
Sports medicine specialist Dr. David Lowe will take your calls on everything from sprained ankles to concussions.
Air Date: March 22, 2002 - 56:59
Lino Collevechhio, executive chef at Via Allegro Ristorante in Toronto, shows you how to make authentic Italian meals that you won't forget. And how does a political leadership convention work? Steve Paikin explains. And Thom Ernst gives Oscar picks.
Air Date: March 18, 2002 - 56:44
Dr. David Lillicrap, hematologist and researcher at Queen's University in Kingston, is here to talk about blood diseases. And a profile of blind athlete Craig MacFarlane.
Air Date: March 12, 2002 - 57:00
Gardener Sonia Day has written a book about Tulips, and will fill us in on their rich history and give us some tips on growing them. Stuart Auty, President of the Canadian Safe School Network will give us the facts about bullying and take your calls
Air Date: March 11, 2002 - 56:45
Today we'll discuss the latest developments in fertility treatment. Dr. Mike Virro from the Markham Fertility Clinic is here to take your calls.
Air Date: March 07, 2002 - 56:59
Horticulturist Frank Ferragine on what you should be doing now to prepare your garden for the season. And we speak to Darlene Racicot, who made the ice sculpture "Fire into Ice". It's a New York City fireman at Ground Zero being comforted by an angel
Air Date: March 06, 2002 - 56:53
Detective Ian Briggs of the Metro Toronto Police Drug Squad and parent educator Beverley Cathcart-Ross will be in to tell you what drugs are being sold, how to tell if your child is taking drugs, and how to intervene.
Air Date: February 28, 2002 - 56:51
It's something Ellen Roseman wants to keep money in your bank account. She joins Mary to talk about hydro rates, credit card offers, no-fee banking, deferred payment plans and all things consumer-related.
Air Date: February 26, 2002 - 56:53
Prof. Doug Powell, scientific director of the Food Safety Network at the University of Guelph, will take your calls on food safety.
Air Date: February 25, 2002 - 57:03
Post partum depression is treatable, and there is help, says Marcia Starkman, a nurse who runs the support group Postpartum Partnership and Angela Spiers, a Mom who suffered from postpartum.
Air Date: February 14, 2002 - 56:51
Josey Vogels, author and host of the TV show "My Messy Bedroom", is here to share stories and to take your calls. Former prima ballerina Veronica Tennant, now an award winning producer and director, is here to talk about her new project.
Air Date: February 11, 2002 - 56:54
We're kicking off More to Love week with our favourite Urologist, Dr. Richard Casey. With Valentine's Day around the corner, get your plumbing in order and find out the latest on sexual dysfunction.
Air Date: February 06, 2002 - 56:57
To mark Queen Elizabeth's Golden Jubilee we speak with royalty authors Gary Toffoli and Matt Richardson. And former Olympian Debbi Wilkes is here to talk about figure skating.
Air Date: February 04, 2002 - 56:57
It's that time of year when your little one is probably battling a nasty cold or even the flu. Pediatrician Dr. Diane Sacks will be to answer calls on your child's health and to talk about vaccinations, acetaminophen and how to battle junior's bulge.
Air Date: January 31, 2002 - 56:46
Two funeral directors, Jim Cardinal and David Garvey join us to talk shop and take your calls. Scott Anderson, editor of Quill and Quire joins us to tell all about the Canadian book publishing industry. And a piece on Mount Pleasant Cemetery.
Air Date: January 30, 2002 - 56:55
Andrew Coyne and Carol Kushner are here to talk health care reform. This show contains 2 field pieces: "Irwin Toys" and "Planet Parent", about both parents wanting to stay home with baby.
Air Date: January 29, 2002 - 56:43
Lisa Tant, fashion editor of Chatelaine magazine, is here to talk about recycling your wardrobe. The Bata Shoe Museum founder Sonja Bata is in to talk about her favourite shoes.