On Wednesday, Mark kept his fortnightly date with John Oakley on Toronto's Global News Radio 640. They started with a bit of pure laine banter about Hydro-Québec's rerouting of every river in the province and the diminutiveness of certain Péquiste colossi, but then turned to matters of more general interest, including the coming of driverless trucks, the death of journalism, and a potential use for all those Canadian adult diapers the Philippines is willing to go to war over. Click below to listen:
We had a grand turnout from Canadians on last year's Mark Steyn Club Cruise, so we hope more than a few Oakley listeners will want to join us this September, sailing from Vancouver to Alaska, and with Dennis Miller joining our merry crew. But don't leave it too late - the staterooms are going spectacularly fast, and we're almost sold out.
If you're one of that small, brave band who prefer Steyn on camera, he'll be back on TV this evening, Thursday, south of the border with Tucker Carlson, live at 8pm Eastern/5pm Pacific, with a rerun at midnight. If non-visual formats suit you just fine Steyn-wise, Mark will be right here in audio only about an hour beforehand with Part Seven of our current Tale for Our Time: The Island of Dr Moreau.
For more information on The Mark Steyn Club and becoming a member, please see here - and don't forget our special Gift Membership. With our second birthday just days away, we are grateful for the support of all our friends around the world, and look forward to welcoming many more in the years ahead.