October 19, 2016

Twitter Talk Tuesday – Episode 2

On this weeks episode of Twitter Talk Tuesday we talk once again about the creepy clown sightings that are taking place around the world. We also touched on the popular subject of Donald Trump, what president Obama has to say about the candidate and how Amy Schumer’s fans walked out of her show because of him. Kim K was once again a topic of discussion during our pop culture segment and we take a trip down Zac Efron memory lane on the actor’s 29th birthday.
October 18, 2016

The Next Stop – Episode 1

This week on Next Stop we discuss some experiences in Europe. We discuss couch surfing, working overseas, and staying with family and friends. Travel insurance, museums and we even touched on budgeting your way through your adventure. Download This Episode
October 5, 2016

The world according to JD

Does Kim K live in an alternate reality? It’s starting to seem that way. She was tied up and robbed at gunpoint the other day. Thankfully she wasn’t seriously injured, but her “camp” is claiming everyone from jealous fans to an inside job by her own security as possible suspects. At Paris fashion week, her plight is garnering almost zero sympathy from the fashionistas. They all point to her blatant self-promotion, flashing million dollar jewelry on Instagram and other social media sites. Do they have a point? If I had a large public following on social media and posted a […]
October 4, 2016

Twitter Talk Tuesday – Episode 1

On the premiere episode of Twitter Talk Tuesday, we covered hot trending topics such as: Pit Bull bans in the city of Montreal, National Taco Day, Kim Kardashian’s break in/held hostage, and Demi Lovato’s feud with Taylor Swift’s squad. Download This Episode
April 20, 2016

The Exchange – Ep 9

This week on The Exchange, you’ll hear our host Sam Samson interview Barbara Bowes about post-grad life for college and university students. Scott Billeck will be talking about the new Bombers season with some of the players right off the roster. Our own Jordan Haslbeck will be ranting about the glut of superhero movies swarming into theatres these days. All this and more on the Exchange!  
April 14, 2016

As Cold as Ice Episode 9

On the last episode of the school year, Nolan and Matt look ahead to the Stanley Cup Playoffs. They also discuss Patrick Roy’s latest rant and excessive celebrations.
April 8, 2016

The Long and the Short of It: Travel

On this episode of The Long and the Short of It, we’re going travelling. Our host Ryan explores the world and brings you along with him. Sean Perrun joins him to talk about parties abroad. Our producer Domini Pool speaks about travelling to previously unknown places. Buckle up!
April 8, 2016

The Long and the Short Of It — Loss

Nothing lasts forever. Loved ones move on, we lose some of the abilities we once had as we age, and sometimes things don’t work out they way we hoped. But loss isn’t always a bad thing. This episode we discuss: Tara Miller is legally blind, but that didn’t stop her from following her dream of becoming photographer. Find out how she became successful in this visual industry without the use of her sight. Dogs are man’s best friend. Rachel Carlson shares her experience losing a furry family member. Rick Trickle experienced the loss of a body part as a child. […]
April 4, 2016

The Exchange: Week 10 Preview

Hugs and goodbyes are sure to follow this week’s episode of The Exchange, as we get set to pack it in for the rest of school year. Danielle Doiron is the glue holding the show together this week, as she’ll be hosting in the studio. Winnipeg Police now have the option to carry assault rifles — good or bad? We’ll break it down for you during Jason Dueck’s group chat. In our mic drop segment, Connor Wild will do what he does best: rant. And Taylor Peristy will be bringing us the best jokes from the day of deception, April […]
April 1, 2016

The Long and the Short of It – Food

On this episode of The Long and The Short of It, we’re talking food. Listen to our host Jeff explore how food brings us together, defines us as people and how our relationship with it changes over time. Reynold Beniza talks about how Filipino food was a large part of his family’s culture. How it was a bit of a barrier for him when growing up in Canada Our producer Kerri Savard takes to the streets to talk to Winnipeggers about the weirdest foods they’ve ever eaten.