Veteran broadcaster Ed Hand tackles local issues on 'Talk to the Hand'
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Veteran broadcaster Ed Hand tackles local issues on 'Talk to the Hand'

OTTAWA – The national capital region has a new talk show.

The new show, ‘Talk to the Hand,’ is hosted by veteran broadcaster Ed Hand on 1310News, focusing on key local issues. It airs Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

From the senate scandal — to the Ottawa Senators — and everything in between, you can bet Ed will cover it.

“It’s about voices and plenty of them,” Ed said. “We’ll be talking about the issues that hit you in the heart and wallet or just plain get on your nerves.”

You’re going to be a big part of the show and are invited to call in at 613-750-1310 to have your say! You can also follow Ed on Twitter and use #TalktotheHand to join the conversation!

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Thank you for your segment on ptsd and first responders. Cheri dinovo is a knowledgeable and respected mpp among us first responders. Just one sore point. There are no “ambulance drivers or attendants” in Ontario. We are all certified Paramedics. With a minimum of 2 years of post secondary education. Just as there are no fire truck drivers or police car drivers. Thank you again for bringing this important issue to air.

February 09, 2016 at 8:21 am