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Kelly and Ramya

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 Ramya

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

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  • Episode 1735

    • The Apple Vision Pro is in the wild. What does this mean? Michael Babcock explains on our Tech Talk.
    • Let's get to Headlines with Producer Grant Hardy.
    • Push, Season 2, debuts Monday, March 18, at 9 p.m. Eastern on AMI-tv and AMI+. We tee-up this upcoming season with one of the stars, Brian McPherson.
    • Ottawa Community Reporter, Kim Kilpatrick tells us about North America’s only urban sugar shack. And it’s accessible!
    • On our O&M segment with Mark Rankin, we continue the discussion of fall prevention and go through a simple audit of in home hazards that anyone can do.
    • There is a Victim/Witness Assistance Program in each of Canada’s provinces and territories. Danielle McLaughlin leads a discussion on this on Know Your Rights.
  • Episode 1734

    • Gardener, Susan Kerney tells us a story about one of her first attempts at a garden and all that went wrong.
    • Microsoft and OpenAI say hackers are using ChatGPT to improve cyberattacks. John Biehler tells us more on the App Update.
    • On The Buzz, Mark Phoenix tells us about brain wave-powered tech that is giving kids the ability to play.
    • Sports Reporter, Brock Richardson breaks down new rules for the Scotty's Tournament of Hearts.
    • Ryan Hooey features "Exposed: The Ashley Madison Hack" from Audible. He says the stories spare no detail.
    • Let’s get to conversation recaps and comment on segments from the past week, on Cut for Time.
  • Episode 1733

    • Michael Feir tells us about Dark Adventure Radio Theatre’s latest release called, The Temple of Jupiter Ammon.
    • Fern Lulham stops by to talk about a magical new show that hit the UK back in November and which launches here on TVO on the 24th of February.
    • Passengers on a flight to Toronto tried to open a door on the plane. Beth Deer tells us more about this wild story on The Buzz.
    • Mary Mammoliti is back to continue her discussion on cooking disasters and how to prevent them.
    • Thaw Di Gras returns to Dawson City, Yukon. Community Reporter, Kim Hovey has all the fun details.
    • We have our weekly roundtable we have Know Your Rights contributor, Danielle McLaughlin.
  • Episode 1731

    • Rural and remote doctors are burning out. What will it take to help them? Grant Hardy tells us more on our Headlines segment.
    • Is there a difference between fragrance sensitivities and allergies? Frances Wong discusses more on our Wellness chat.
    • Canada’s Chief Accessibility Officer Stephanie Cadieux just released her first report, called, “Everyone’s business”, which highlights the strides we’ve made towards a barrier-free Canada. She’ll walk us through where we are and how far we still have to go.
    • Let’s get our Community Report from Nova Scotia with Julie Martin.
    • Yang Wang joins us to talk about a Lunar New Year Reading and Tea, a celebration of the Lunar New Year.
    • On our monthly voices chat we’re joined by our Guide Dog and Service Animal Reporter, Devon Wilkins.
  • Episode 1729

    • Michael Feir is here to tell us about a BBC radio show which explores the intersection of technology and supernatural strangeness.
    • A stingray with no male companion, is pregnant in her mountain aquarium. Grant Hardy has more on this remarkable development on What in the World
    • Beth Deer joins us on The Buzz to talk about a blind penguin who’s managed to adopt one of his friends as his guide penguin.
    • What are some common kitchen mistakes and how can we correct them? Mary Mammoliti gives us some tips.
    • On Curious Minds with Christine Malec, we talk about what an aqueduct is and why they were important.
    • On our weekly roundtable we’re joined by friend of the show, Mark Phoenix.
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