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Episodes

Joel Cassady: Walk Off This Podcast

May 25, 2022

Joel Cassady of Walk off the Earth discusses how he joined the band, the cross-over wave in which we are now currently in, the Junos and the passing of his mother and band mate Mike Taylor and the impact that left on his lif…

Guest: Joel Cassady
Music

Lily Vakili: Walking Sideways

May 18, 2022

Lily Vakili talks about her new album "Walking Sidways" , having a child with autism and why she also chose a career as being a lwayer.

Guest: Lily Vakili
Sports

Andi Petrillo: The First Lady of Sports

April 27, 2022

Andi Petrillo talks about her career in sports, leaving Leafs Lunch and the first time she felt discriminated against

Guest: Andi Petrillo
Music

Mike Whiteside: My Kind of Podcast

April 21, 2022

Tobin chats with Canadian Country Singer, Mike Whiteside. Mike talks about how he kept busy during the pandemic, how he ended up becoming a country singer and his experience at Boots and Hearts. Check out the episode Here

Music

Bailey Jordan-Neil: Set at a Bar, Admire from a Far

April 13, 2022

Bailey Jordan- Neil talks about the struggle of being a independent artist during the pandemic, moving away from Newfoundland at 17 and we compare being a musician to being a podcaster.

Television

Shane Marriott: Sticks and Stones

April 6, 2022

Shane Marriott talks about getting the role of Sticks on "The Porters" , getting into acting at a young age, staying Humble and his thoughts on the Lebron/Kobe/Jordan debate.

Books

Cerina Vincent: Everybody Has a Belly Button, Everybody Has a Zoom Link

March 30, 2022

Cerina Vincent talks about her new children's book, "Everybody Has a Belly Button" , Social Media and her love/hate relationship with it and the Algorithm and she talks about being more inclusive in what we do in society

Television

Nadine Whiteman Roden: Get Your Notes in Key and Ducks in a Row

March 23, 2022

Nadine Whiteman Roden talks about her career in acting, her role in the new Peacock show, "Take Note" and having more representation in media

Music

Koster: The Kosterophobia Episode

March 16, 2022

Tobin chats with Koster about his upcoming show in Toronto, going solo from , "The Fallaways" and teaming up with Cone from Sum 41.

Guest: Koster
Music

Cheri Moon (Snooknuk) : Welcome to the Grammy's

March 9, 2022

Cheri Moon talks being nominated for a Grammy and making the Grammy's more Diverse and Inclusive

Music

Lumidee: The Spanish Harlem Episode

March 2, 2022

Lumidee talks about how she felt being called a One Hit Wonder, dealing with haters, overcoming rheumatoid arthritis at the age of fourteen, after she was misdiagnosed with lupus and her new music

Guest: Lumidee
Television

Johanna Liauw: The Introverted Extroverted Episode

Feb. 23, 2022

Johanna jumps on the podcast to talk about Tall Girls 2, dealing with depression and mental health and we talk about gaming.

Guest: Johanna Liauw
Journalism

Rick Campanelli: Return of the Funko Pop

Feb. 16, 2022

Rick Campanelli makes his second appearance on the podcast to catch up on life, his new radio hosting gig, funko pops and about asking tough questions and developing relationships with the people you interview

Sports

Brad Gushue: Big Brother Newfoundland House

Feb. 9, 2022

Brad Gushue talks about preping for the Olympics in Bejing, that includes living with eight other teammates in isolation, and Brad talks about the difference in going back to the Olympics after 16 years

Guest: Brad Gushue
Sports

Rachel Homan: Hom'ning Your Craft

Feb. 4, 2022

Rachel Homan talks about preparing for the Bejing Olympics, representing Canada in Mixed Doubles Curling and how the decision came about. She also talks about her career in Curling and the relationship she has with her fell…

Guest: Rachel Homan
Sports

Jennifer Jones: Keeping Up with the Jones

Feb. 2, 2022

Jennifer Jones talks about her career, going to the Bejing Olympics, and being in a bubble with her daughters and husband.

Television

Brian Williams: The Voice of the Olympics

Jan. 26, 2022

Brian Williams talks his career, covering the Olympics and retirement.

Christmas

A Tobin Tonight Christmas

Dec. 22, 2021

It's our annual Christmas episode, and though we all had HIGHER hopes for the end of 2021, it looks like COVID will be extending its unwanted stay for another year. But let's just hope we will get back to normal sooner than…

Movies Television

Brittany Bristow: The Hallmark Christmas Episode

Dec. 8, 2021

Tobin welcomes Brittany Bristow to the podcast. You may know Brittany if you ever turn on a Hallmark Christmas movie during the Countdown to Christmas or Christmas in July as she stars in a few Hallmark movies. In this epis…

Television

Allan Hawco: Republic of Hawco

Dec. 1, 2021

Tobin welcomes Newfoundland Actor and Producer, Allan Hawco to the podcast. Allan talks about how he got into acting, how the television show Republic of Doyle came to be, and what he would have done differently with the sho…

Guest: Allan Hawco
Music

Group Project: Classe Ajournée

Nov. 24, 2021

Tobin chats with Jacob, Jeremy, and Alex of the Montreal-based band, Group Project. The three talk about how they formed the band, coming up with the name, and their latest song Alma Mater. We also chat about the media and…

Guest: Group Project
Music

Greg Rider: The Northern Lights Episode

Nov. 17, 2021

Tobin chats with Canadian Country singer, Greg Rider on his path into music. Originally Greg wanted to be a sports journalist but a car accident during an internship changed his whole life and path. Greg discusses this on…

Guest: Greg Rider
Television

Mayko Nguyen: All I Do is Nguyen

Nov. 11, 2021

Tobin welcomes Mayko Nguyen to the podcast. Mayko has been featured in Rookie Blue, Killjoys and is currently potraying Chief of Forensics, Sarah Truong on City TV's Hudson and Rex. The series is filmed in St. John's, Newf…

Guest: Mayko Nguyen
Authors

Ida Linehan Young: The North Harbour Writer

Nov. 3, 2021

Tobin chats with North Harbour Author, Ida Linehan Young about how she started writing books, and how she continues to come up with more ideas for her books. Ida discusses writing her first book about a fire in North Harbour…