Kelly and Company

Tune in weekdays at 3 p.m. Eastern for interviews and discussions about arts, entertainment, and the lifestyle issues that matter to you.

Kelly and Company

Wednesday October 18

Clinical psychologist Joshua Simmonds tells us when we should consider reaching out to a professional therapist. Our colleague Jim Krysko tells us about Saskatoon's first ever charity Pumpkin Drop event. And, blind chef Mary Mammoliti shows us how to make chili con carne in a crock pot.

Tuesday October 17

Our nutritionist Julia Karantjas talks about how to keep our immune systems strong during cold and flu season. We speak with Joshua Jenkins, lead actor from the theatre production "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time", on stage now in Toronto. And, Tom Dekker tells us about possible accessibility problems with the new Apple Watch.

Monday October 16

Our personal finance expert Ron Malis explains that many of us are counting on financial windfalls we have no control over, such as winning the lottery or inheriting money. Eric Rose and Louise Casemore from Ghost River Theatre tell us about a production in Winnipeg in which each audience member is blindfolded before being escorted into the theatre space. And, Dr. Stephen Taylor from the Mayfair Optometric Clinic in Victoria, BC tells us how vision problems can cause learning and developmental delays for children.

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