Peter Warren was
(and still is) the longest-running, open-line radio host in North America (TALKERS
MAGAZINE, 1998). In 1999, in a ceremony in Montreal, he was inducted into the Canadian
Association of Broadcasters' Hall of Fame.
to hosting the Saturday and Sunday National Corus Radio Network
programs, he moderated the CJOB (Winnipeg) Action-Line for
28 years. He has also been involved in the print media, as
a columnist with The Calgary Herald; The Winnipeg Tribune;
The Saint John, New Brunswick Telegraph-Journal; and The Hong-Kong
has interviewed ten Canadian prime ministers head-to-head and had four escaped convicts
give themselves up on-the-air.
Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau once said that an interview with Warren "was worse
than Question Period."
During the early weeks of the War on Terrorism, "Warren
On The Weekend" broadcast exclusive live hits with MSNBC
correspondent Ashleigh Banfield.
As a former professional
boxer, Peter is still involved as an accredited pro-boxing judge in several provinces
and has interviewed all of the champions from (then retired) Rocky Marciano to Muhammad
He lives in Victoria,
B.C., with his wife, Gabrielle.