August 8th, 2011
Today on BT we played polo, crowned a Pinhead, and much more!
Kristin Hursh was on location at the Calgary Polo Club finding out the history of polo, how to play, and more.
More Info: www.calgarypoloclub.com
PINHEAD OF THE WEEK
Mike McCourt plowed through a plethora of putzs to find the one most worthy of becoming this week's Pinhead of the Week. Congratulations Ontario Court Judge Howard Chisvin, you're this week's Pinhead! Judge Chisvin threw a temper tantrum when a Crown Prosecutor was 1 minute 27 seconds late for court, and threw out every case on the docket including a spouse charged with domestic abuse and a couple of defendants who had already pleaded guilty and were waiting for sentencing.
Looking for something wheely fun to do? Pedal Heads might be the camp that helps get your kids in gear for the rest of summer. Sarah Pearcy and some young bike riders were here to tell us about the bike camp.
Whether you're deep woods camping or dining on your deck at home, there are special safety precautions to keeping in mind when preparing food in the great outdoors. Sarah Nunn of Alberta Health Services was here with some important tips about food safety.
More Info: www.hc-sc.gc.ca/fn-an/securit/kitchen-cuisine/index-eng.php
Boxwood Cafe has become the talk of the town since opening last year. Chef Andy Bujak manager Melissa Hilton were here to help us barbecue the perfect meal using only local ingredients.
More Info: www.boxwoodcafe.ca
NBA JAM SESSION
Harlem Globetrotter Buckets Blakes warmed up outside the BT studio for this weekend's NBA Jam Session and Calgary Colts DJ, Stephen and Prince traded in their footballs for basketballs to learn some moves from Buckets.
DJ, Stephen and Prince of the Calgary Colts were here to tell us about this weekend's football jamboree - it'll decide the final roster for the season.
More Info: The Colts Season Kickoff
Saturday, August 13th
Calgary Colts Football Jamboree
Movie critic Louis B. Hobson reviewed new movies hitting theatres this weekend, including Rise of the Planet of the Apes, The Change Up and Last Night. Louis says it's 3 for 3 at the box office this weekend.
STEP UP FOR SOMALIA
Countless Somali men, women and children are falling victim to the worst famine to hit the region in more than half a century. Aid agencies are trying to get supplies to the hardest hit areas and a group of Somali Canadian youth is walking from Calgary to Edmonton to raise funds for Somali relief.
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