The Week Of
AUGUST 20, 2012

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Episode - #0157 (55:33)
August 19, 1942 is considered to be a dark day in Canadian military history. That was the day, during World War II that an amphibious assault on Nazi-occupied France went horribly wrong, leaving 907 Canadian soldiers dead. But there is new evidence that shows that the doomed Dieppe raid had a vital mission. Military historian David O'Keefe uncovered that mission and his findings are part of a new History Channel documentary film called Dieppe Uncovered.
Raymond Benson, author of The Black Stiletto, his new female vigilante series.
Stuart Nulman is in with another edition of Book Banter. The reviewed book is:
  • Planet Tad by Tim Carvell, Harper, $14.99.

    Click on the links above to order directly on-line from and

    You can also read Stuart's reviews in The West End Times

This week's opening slate is presented by Frank Kermit, a relationship coach, author and educator who offers private coaching for singles, and couples for all kinds of loving relationships by phone, skype and in person.
Music heard on this week's show includes:
  • Soulful Strut - Grover Washington Jr. (opening theme)
  • Mercy, Mercy, Mercy - Cannonball Adderley (liner music)
  • Oh Canada - Five Iron Frenzy (liner music)
  • Stink - John Lurie (closing theme)
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