Coming up Friday on CTV Morning Live

Morning Live movie guru Craig Koban looks ahead to this summer’s crop of new movies.

Ben Heenan and Scott McHenry of the Saskatchewan Roughriders join us to talk about the Don Narcisse Football camp runs on April 26 that will see kids will be working with members of the Roughriders.

Chief Al Dreher and Roland Rusnell will be in to talk about second annual Delisle Fire Department Medieval Feast being held April 26 at the Delisle Curling Rink.

South African alternative rock artist Jesse Clegg joins us for a preview of Friday night’s show at the Broadway Theatre.

We'll get a preview of this year's edition of The Man Show that runs this weekend at Prairieland Park.

 

What you may have missed Thursday on CTV Morning Live

Glenda James and Jennifer Buxton of the Saskatchewan Brain Injury Association discussed concussions in children’s sports as well as the upcoming BHP Billiton Brain Blitz presented by WorkSafe Saskatchewan.

Ryan Young, executive chef at Wanuskewin Heritage Park, shared the recipe for Three Sisters Chili and talked about the diabetic and gluten-free options for both traditional and contemporary items on the park’s menu.

Sean Shaw talked about the Better Bike Lanes campaign to improve cycling transportation infrastructure in Saskatoon.

Provincial children’s advocate Bob Pringle discussed the impact of the expansion to the design for the Children’s Hospital of Saskatchewan.