Why was Notre Dame built in the first place and should it be rebuilt? Why has there been a decline in box office numbers? & Sports Talk with Don Robertson

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Why was Notre Dame built in the first place and should it be rebuilt? Why has there been a decline in box office numbers? & Sports Talk with Don Robertson
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France's Notre Dame Cathedral is going up in flames. Despite the fact that we won't be able to perfectly recreate the historical building, it wouldn't be the first time it's had a major rebuild. Should it be rebuilt once again? Why was the Cathedral built in the first place and what kind of significance does it hold for the French people?

Guest: Dr. David Bell, Historian of France at Princeton University

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A report is saying that box office numbers have been on the decline this year compared to previous years. What's been causing these low numbers and should Hollywood start getting worried? Is streaming bringing the end of going to the cinema or is it as simple as there aren't any good movies being made?

Guest: Dr. Scott Henderson, Professor of Pop Culture, Popular Cinema and Film Theory at Brock University

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For a while it felt almost as though Tiger Woods was the heel of golf but now that he's having a come back that now includes a fifth win at The Masters Tournament, does that mean we should start praising and loving him? Should Nazim Kadri received a harsher punishment than being suspended for the rest of the Leafs' playoff series against the Boston Bruins? Scott and Don Robertson answer these questions and more in Sports Talk.

Guest: Don Robertson of the Dundas Real McCoys

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