The newscast of CBC Radio One has been hailed as the “biggest show of the year” by its co-hosts and guests.
The program is being dubbed “The Globe and A Half” because of its unique blend of news and entertainment programming.
“We are celebrating what we think is the biggest show of all time in Canada, The Globe and a Half,” said host Evan Solomon, adding it will be broadcast every week on CBC-TV and radio stations across Canada.
“It’s about the people, it’s about Canada, it is about the way we live and the way that we think.
It’s about being in a moment in time, but at the same time, it can also be about people who have been forgotten.
It brings us together as Canadians. “
That’s the essence of what The Globe is, and that’s why it’s going up in Canada.
It brings us together as Canadians.
We’re going to keep on building on what we’ve built here and we’re going.
We are going to build on this idea of Canada as a melting pot, and we are going, and I think that’s the future of Canada.”
The Globe also will feature a variety of original programs including a weekly comedy show hosted by CBC News’ Erin Burnett.
It will also feature a weekly news program, which will include a look at the day’s events and a daily political show hosted jointly by the National Post’s James Cook and The Globe’s Robert Fife.
“The CBC has never been a news network before, and The Canadian Press, for a long time, was,” said CBC Radio host and former CBC News executive director Michael O’Leary.
“There is something different, a unique brand of storytelling, and the Globe is going to bring that to a new level.”