Kelly and Company

Tune in weekdays at 2 p.m. Eastern for interviews and discussions about arts, entertainment, and the lifestyle issues that matter to you.

Kelly and Company

Tune in weekdays at 2 p.m. Eastern for interviews and discussions about arts, entertainment, and the lifestyle issues that matter to you.

Recent episodes

Full Show - Episode 945

Authored on October 23, 2020

What type of Halloween costumes can you get for your pets this year? Jeff Ryman lets us know what the hot items are in his lifestyle report. A new documentary series airing in Ontario is telling the story of the now closed area of Prince Edward County, known as the Heights; Karen Magee has the details. You can now ask your Amazon Echo to recommend audiobooks for you. Ryan Hooey has the scoop! We’re joined by critically acclaimed Canadian musician Tannis Slimmon for another edition of Artists Corner!

 

 

 

Full Show - Episode 944

Authored on October 22, 2020

Halloween seems to be a favourite occasion at Audible, and Michael Feir gives us a guided tour of Audible’s Arkham County. UK’s Fern Lulham runs a game of Just A Minute with Ramya and Margrett, this time the Halloween edition! Last week, Health Canada announced a new treatment called Luxturna, which deals with the mutated RPE-65 gene found in particular types of inherited eye conditions; Fighting Blindness Canada President Doug Earl gives us the details. Community Reporter Nick D’Ambrosio highlights how Halloween 2020 is looking in Montreal. We flip through quirky stories from around the globe with Jeff Ryman, on What in the World. Six original podcasts are joining the AMI-audio lineup. Thoughtful, emotional, funny and informative, these podcasts offer an intimate peek into the blind and partially sighted and disability community in Canada. We get the lowdown on two of those podcasts.

Full Show - Episode 943

Authored on October 21, 2020

The 21st Annual imagineNATIVE Film and Media Arts Festival is taking place online starting today through Saturday and we get the lowdown with Niki Little, the artistic director of the event! The TV schedule is another thing affected by COVID-19, but Greg David joins us with exciting TV news. Ryan Delehanty has been working on a podcast called Tales from the Halifax School for the Blind. We get all the details on the project and collaborations. On Accessible Gaming, Dave and Debbie introduce us to games we can try for Halloween, including Pumpkin Bowling! Mary Mammoliti of Kitchen Confession shares creative and safe ways to celebrate Halloween this year.