Starting in the 2021 season, BC Lions fans can tune into all radio broadcasts on AM 730, the flagship station of the Lions Radio Network. Bob Marjanovich and Giulio Caravatta return to the broadcast booth to deliver all of the exciting action beginning with the pre-game show one hour before kickoff. After the final whistle, fans can tune into another hour of post-game coverage and instant analysis.
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Bob “The Moj” Marjanovich enters his fourth season as the voice of the BC Lions. The New Westminster native grew up surrounded by sports. Bob played two seasons of senior lacrosse in the WLA with the Richmond Outlaws. His football career saw him play junior college in Stockton, California, Western Washington University and UBC. The Moj wound up coaching at UBC for four years in the early ‘90’s.
After his playing days were over, Bob transitioned into sports media. The Moj made his radio debut with the Sports Zone in February of 2001 on CKST 1040, which eventually became TSN 1040.
Moj played an integral role for TSN 1040 and 1410 over the years, including experience covering multiple Grey Cups and Super Bowls.
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Giulio enters his 23rd season as the popular and knowledgeable analyst of BC Lions radio broadcasts. His association with Lions football dates back to 1990 when the former SFU Clansman signed with the club as a free agent. The Ontario native who enjoyed five standout years at SFU, would remain in the Lions’ den for eight seasons, dressing for 114 games as a back-up quarterback and punter including the club’s memorable 1994 Grey Cup campaign.
In 1998, Giulio retired from football to become a firefighter with the West Vancouver Fire & Rescue. He also began his broadcasting career as host of BC Lions pre-game and post-game shows on CKNW and eventually moved in the analyst’s chair in 1999 alongside the legendary J.P. McConnell.
Giulio and his wife Linda, along with their daughters Jessica and Sarah, reside in Coquitlam.
In addition to the flagship station of AM 730 Vancouver,
Lions fans across the province can tune into the action in the following markets across British Columbia.
98.1 FM Blue River
97.5 FM Avola