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Cross Country Checkup is a Canada-wide open-line radio show that airs Sunday afternoons on CBC Radio One. The program is hosted by Duncan McCue as of August 2016. Every week, the show features a lively discussion on an issue of national interest or importance and invites listeners to call in with their opinions and thoughts. The topics are usually related to Canadian politics. In addition to McCue, the show has commentators who are experts or involved in the issue. They are interviewed by McCue and answer questions from callers.

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  • Cross Country Checkup is a Canada-wide open-line radio show that airs Sunday afternoons on CBC Radio One. The program is hosted by Duncan McCue as of August 2016. Every week, the show features a lively discussion on an issue of national interest or importance and invites listeners to call in with their opinions and thoughts. The topics are usually related to Canadian politics. In addition to McCue, the show has commentators who are experts or involved in the issue. They are interviewed by McCue and answer questions from callers.
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  • Cross Country Checkup is a Canada-wide open-line radio show that airs Sunday afternoons on CBC Radio One. The program is hosted by Duncan McCue as of August 2016. Every week, the show features a lively discussion on an issue of national interest or importance and invites listeners to call in with their opinions and thoughts. The topics are usually related to Canadian politics. In addition to McCue, the show has commentators who are experts or involved in the issue. They are interviewed by McCue and answer questions from callers. The program is broadcast Sundays live at 4 p.m. Eastern Time Zone across the country, unlike most other Radio One programs, which air at the same local time in each time zone. The recording of the live show is rerun in a condensed format on Monday afternoons at 3 p.m. EST as Cross Country in an Hour. On extraordinary news occasions, the show may also produce a special episode outside of its regular broadcast time. Close to half-a-million listeners tune in every Sunday afternoon to hear a lively exchange of ideas between callers and invited guests, and a broad cross-section of opinion on the topic of the day. On average, 5,000 to 10,000 people attempt to call the program during the broadcast to join the discussion. The show's current format takes calls on a topic for the first 90 minutes, followed by a half-hour "Ask Me Anything" segment where callers can ask questions of a specific personality in the news.
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