A couple of quick programming notes re a busy telly start to the week for me:
~On Monday morning, at 8.15am Eastern/5.15am Pacific, I'll be returning to one of my favorite TV shows to join Steve, Ainsley and Brian on the curvy couch at "Fox & Friends".
~On Monday evening I'll be guest-hosting for Tucker Carlson on one of America's top two cable shows, live at 8pm Eastern with a rerun at midnight Eastern. If you're in the presence of the receiving apparatus, we hope you'll dial us up for a full hour of guest-hosted semi-professional demi-competence.
~You might recall that a year ago CRTV fired me, and then sued me for breach of contract for a gazillion dollars.
How'd that work out?
Well, some of those hardy souls who follow the Empire State's court docket have spotted the following on the schedule for April 12th, and have expressed curiosity as to what it means:
Court: New York Supreme Court
Index Number: 0650887/2018
Case Name: STEYN, MARK vs. CRTV, LLC
Relief Sought: Confirm Award
If you're a US lawyer, you'll know exactly what all that means.
If you're not a US lawyer, all will be made plain on April 12th.
There is a certain amount of disinformation out there re this case, but, rather than play he said/she said, I am more than happy to let the Court speak, definitively.
~I am thrilled and delighted by the kind comments that continue to come in about my reading of our latest audio adventure, John Buchan's pioneering man-on-the-run thriller The Thirty-Nine Steps. If you've yet to hear this cracking yarn, then treat yourself to a binge-listen with Episode One here. We'll be starting a new nightly radio serial later this month -and don't forget, if you have a pal who enjoys classic fiction, he or she can enjoy a baker's dozen of Tales for Our Time with a Mark Steyn Club Gift Membership.