Is the West best? Damn right it is, according to Scott Rintoul. Intelligent, experienced and always entertaining . . . Scott will lighten up listeners’ days with lively sports talk and thought-provoking interviews. Scott’s goals are to inform, enlighten and interact with Western Canada’s passionate sports fans. The Scott Rintoul Show . . . where the West is One.
Scott Rintoul reacts to what phase 2 of the return to play process could look like for the NHL as the league put out a memo highlighting how they intend to open up facilities for training with a controlled environment. On the show, Benjamin Allbright weighs in on topics surrounding the NFL, Dave Randorf shares his thoughts on the NHL's plan, and the Best of BC hits Vernon as Andrew Ebbett, Terry McKaig and Aaron Volpatti chat about their experiences in the city.
Craig Cunningham and Lauren Bay-Regula are interviewed as the town of Trail is featured in the "Best of B.C." Arash Madani also fills us in on the latest in the CFL's bid to start their season, and Darren Pang gives his thoughts on the proposed 24-team NHL playoff system.
It's Penticton's time to shine in the "Best of B.C." on The Scott Rintoul Show. Scott chats with Justin Pogge, Jeff Symonds, and Andy Moog about their time spent there. He also catches up with Dieter Kurtenbach and Brendan Morrison in the first half of the show.
The city of Surrey is featured on "The Best of B.C." as Scott Rintoul interviews Bill Muckalt, Paul McCallum, and Scott Hannan. He also chats with Jonathan Jones about some NFL topics, and Russell Teibert about restarting training with the Whitecaps.
Abbotsford, British Columbia is featured for "The Best of B.C." as Scott Rintoul talks to Jake Virtanen, Ray Stewart, and Duncan O'Mahony about growing up there. He also chats with Matt Harmon about the NFL, and former Laker Michael Cooper.