The Brent Loucks Show - CKOM

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Brent Loucks has only ever had one job and he’s loved it ever since the beginning – hot hits, classic gold, great oldies and News Talk.

“One of these days I’ve got to get a real job,” he jokes about his more than 44 years on the radio.

Brent said it’s the people he meets, and the amazing stories they have, that keep him going.

He’s married to his former co-host, Penney Murphy, and together they have four kids and five grandkids.

In his off time, you can find Brent at his Pike Lake area home relaxing on his massive deck with their three dogs – or travelling everywhere from Winslow, Arizona, to Caribbean cruises and the English countryside.

On his bucket list is more travels to Europe, and anywhere warm in January.

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Brent Loucks on Demand - Vern Hodgins - September 18th

It's the 40th anniversary of the Marathon of Hope this September - to date over $800 million has been raised to support cancer research in Terry Fox’s name. Vern Hodgins is a retired Phys. Ed teacher from Prince Albert and he has been organizing and participating in the Marathon of Hope/Terry Fox Run for the past 39 years. On Sunday he will take part in the 40th edition. He has done Terry Fox Runs in Prince Albert and several other locations in Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Nova Scotia. He joins Brent to tell us more about why this run is so important to him and how they are doing the run this year with all the added COVID-19 restrictions.

Brent Loucks Show - Arlene Kent-Wilkison - Sept 18th

Florence Nightingale is widely regarded as the most famous nurse of all time. And more than a century after her passing, a historic piece of her remarkable life story sits on display at the University of Saskatchewan. The antique medicine chest that has been traced back to Nightingale, was originally brought to Saskatoon in 1912, and decades later was donated to the university. With 2020 declared the Year of the Nurse and Midwife and the 200th anniversary of Nightingale’s birth, current and former nursing professors want to shine a light on this unique piece of Nightingale’s nursing narrative. We hear from Dr. Arlene Kent-Wilkinson, a registered nurse and associate professor in the College of Nursing who is researching the history of the Nightingale medicine chest.

Brent Loucks On Demand - September 17 - Mark Arcand

A pilot project to address downtown Saskatoon mental health, addictions and housing issues has been unanimously approved by city council. The city and provincial government are each kicking in $100,000. The actual initiative will be led by the Saskatoon Tribal Council with a "for Indigenous, by Indigenous" model. We hear from Chief of the Saskatoon Tribal Council Mark Arcand about the pilot project.

Brent Loucks Show - Troy Davies - September 15th

Access to emergency services will be improved in Saskatchewan through a $2.9 million investment to boost Emergency Medical Services. The Government of Saskatchewan is providing $2.13 million for additional paramedic staffing in Saskatoon and Regina, and $780,000 for additional staffing at the Royal University Hospital Emergency Department in Saskatoon. We hear from Troy Davies with Medavie Health Services West, Saskatoon.

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