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Kelly and Company

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.

Blog

A man getting an eye exam
  • Starting this Saturday the first Canadian international festival that celebrates the work of women in dance, from African and Afro-diasporic culture gets underway.
  • One-third of Ontarians haven't had an eye exam in over three years and many think eyewear is not affordable. We learn more about what Specsavers is doing to help combat this.
  • Community Reporter Julie Martin highlights the Small World Farm in Pictou County, Nova Scotia.
  • We speak with award winning sketch comedian and popular TikToker Laura Ramoso about her new live comedy special that gets underway on Thursday.
  • On our Collections & Hobbies segment, Jeffrey Rainey, avid listener of the network, is here with his collection of cars.
Two kids watching TV
  • Michael Babcock shares tips to improve the experience of distinguishing dialog on tv.
  • The World Junior Hockey Championships are about to get underway. Brock Richardson dives into this in his sports update.
  • We discuss the upcoming AMI This Week feature, A Seat at the Table, with Toronto Reporter Alex Smyth.
  • Community Reporter Kim Hovey highlights the Moosehide Gathering in Dawson City, Yukon.
  • Roy Halladay Field became Toronto’s first fully accessible baseball diamond last month. We learn more about what went into making this special field with Jays Care Executive Director Robert Witchel.
  • The Parliamentary Secretary for Anti-Racism Initiatives issued a statement on the recent release of 2021 Hate Crime Statistics by Stats Canada. We discuss the findings with Danielle McLaughlin.
The Ontario Heritage Trust's Uncle Tom's Cabin Historic Site
  • Vanishing Point is an audio drama that played a huge part in Michael Feir’s interest of audio entertainment. He tells us all about this feature.
  • Fern Lulham highlights a U.K. charity called VocalEyes, helping the blind and partially sighted community experience and enjoy art and heritage.
  • The Ontario Heritage Trust's Uncle Tom's Cabin Historic Site welcomes the public back for in-person Emancipation Day celebrations. We learn more about this with Steven Cook, site manager of Uncle Tom’s Cabin Historic Site.
  • We flip through quirky stories from around the globe with Jeff Ryman, on What in the World.
  • Our guest for today’s Roundtable chat is In The Know contributor, Margrett Weldon.
Various meats and veggies grilled on a BBQ
  • What are the 7 worst foods for your brain? Jeff Ryman lets us know in his health headlines.
  • Greg David highlights the San Diego Comic-Con, plus gives us trending TV news.
  • What makes a good workplace culture? We discuss this question with Elysia Yardley on our Employment segment.
  • Mary Mammoliti of Kitchen Confession shares easy dinner ideas to make on vacation.
A person using braille
  • What are some of the reasons people decide not to spay or neuter a pet? We discuss the risks and benefits with Dr. Danielle Jongkind.
  • On our Wellness segment, Frances Wong shares the difference between organic and non-GMO foods.
  • Montreal Community Reporter Mathieu Rochette highlights Judo Jikan.
  • Lucia Bellafante covers ways to implement Braille Literacy during the summer break.
  • On our Book Club, we review Son of a Critch: A Childish Newfoundland Memoir, written and narrated by Mark Critch, and recommended to us by the Manager of AMI-audio, Andy Frank.