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.


Popular audiobook heading to the big screen

Authored on August 14, 2020
An empty movie theatre
  • A 92 year old blind man from Niagara Falls is participating in this years Ride to Conquer Cancer; Karen Magee has the details.
  • A very popular young adult audiobook is making it’s way to the big screen; Ryan Hooey has the details on the Chatty Bookshelf.
  • We’re joined by composer and musician, Graham Lindsey from Ottawa, Ontario for another Friday musical performance!

Spooky stories and forbidden secrets

Authored on August 13, 2020
A spooky, foggy road at night time
  • Michael Feir shares highlights of great free listening in the Podcast world; this week’s themes are spooky stories and forbidden secrets.
  • UK’s Fern Lulham leads us down a road of her game, Misheard Lyrics.
  • Do or Diabetes is an organization that encourages diabetics to take control of their health through wellness programs, fitness classes, and support groups; Thunder Bay Community Reporter Doug McQuaker has the details.
  • We flip through quirky stories from around the globe with Jeff Ryman, on What in the World.
  • Today’s Roundtable guest is AMI’s Toronto Bureau Reporter from our TV gang, Alex Smyth.

Food that's in season

Authored on August 12, 2020
various bbq'd veggies on a skewer
  • On In The Know, Margrett Weldon tells us what we should know when it comes to condo living.
  • Parasports Nova Scotia has a online guide to find accessible parks and beaches all over the province; Ryan Delehanty has the highlights.
  • We speak with Catherine Kenwell, writer, author, accessibility advocate and circus performer about her never-ending career path and her recently published book, Not Cancelled: Canadian Kindness in the Face of COVID-19.
  • August harvest in Ontario is a busy month and today we're talking with Mary Mammoliti about what’s in season.

Canadians re-thinking their career path?

Authored on August 11, 2020
An at home office space
  • Do feral cats make good pets and are there any other considerations when adopting them? Veterinarian Danielle Jongkind, joins us to talk about this.
  • Chyvonne Emile joins us with details on using Pole Dancing as a full body workout.
  • After months of maneuvering through the coronavirus crisis, are Canadians re-thinking their career path? A new study seems to think so. We learn more about this with Sandra Lavoy, regional manager for Robert Half.
  • Tech Guru Tom Dekker demonstrates how to use the download feature in the iOS Safari browser.

Google looking for help with accessible testing

Authored on August 10, 2020
Google logo
  • Google is looking for blind testers, and are particularly looking for those in Canada; Michael Babcock tells us about the Trusted Testers Program on our Accessing Android segment.
  • What was the biggest disappointment so far in the NHL's qualification round? Brock Richardson shares his thoughts!
  • Shelby Travers previews tonight’s episode of AMI This Week; she highlights her conversation with Malik Cox.
  • On today’s Collections & Hobbies segment, we’re joined by AMI Communications Specialist Elaina Falcone, who tells us about Diamond Painting.
  • Know Your Rights contributor Danielle McLaughlin talks about the census. We have seen a lot of argument about the US census, but what about our own Canadian census? We discuss.