March 31, 2021
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#303 That’s A Wrap For Randy’s Tap
CBC puts an end to Randy Bachman’s Vinyl Tap after 16 years of self-indulgent, uninspiring radio. What will take its place? And it turns out one of the reporters who's most friendly to Doug Ford is in a relationship with the Premier’s director of media relations.
Jesse Brown
Host & Publisher
Tiffany Lam
Producer
Kevin Sexton
Producer
Andréa Schmidt
Managing Editor, Podcasts
Fucked Up singer and Turned Out A Punk host Damian Abraham co-hosts.
Read Jonathan Goldsbie’s piece about Brian Lilley and Ivana Yelich here.
CORRECTION: In the episode, we refer to Ivana Yelich as Premier Doug Ford’s press secretary. That was her former title. She is currently Ford’s director of media relations.
This episode is brought to you by the Rotman School of ManagementSquarespaceKilne and Magic Spoon.
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