• Bad Child

       In this episode of Tobin Tonight,  Canadian Singer/Songwriter Bad Child joins us to talk his latest song and album.  We also chat about losing his mom at a young age and how music was his way of coping with the pain and finding a way out from the dark times. 

    Check out the full episode here

  • Paper Jackets

       Tobin welcomes James, Jonny, Aimee and Emily of Paper Jackets to the show.   We talk about the band name,  how they all met and how they each got into music and life during COVID. 

       The band also learns something new about Jonny, does it break up the band? Can they forgive him? Stay tuned to find out. 

      This was the first interview we did with streamyard and with more then two people.  There is some lag due to connection issues but hope you enjoy the episode. 

  • Justin Benlolo

       In this episode of Tobin Tonight, Tobin chats with guitarist/vocalist/songwriter Justin Benlolo of BRKN LOVE.  The two talk about Justin's love of KISS,  his musical influences,  hoping to someday get his music in a NHL or Wrestling Game (though it has played in an NHL stadium during playoffs) and we clue it up by finding out what Justin hopes 2021 brings him and the band. 

    Check it Out Here

  • Natalie MacMaster

     In this episode of Tobin Tonight,  Tobin chats with the great Natalie MacMaster.   Natalie talks about how she got into fiddling, the sucess it has brought her and how she has taken what she has learned through the process and has passed it down to her children. 

      Natalie also talks about having a child with down syndrome and making them feel included.  So check out the episode!

  • Hal Johnson

      In this episode of Tobin Tonight, Hal Johnson of Body Break fame talks about how the project came about due to discrimination.  Hal also opens up about his past/present experiences with discrimination and how he handles it. 

    Although Body Break became a successful project, did you know 40 or so companies turned it down and some even wanted Hal replaced?  

    Tune in to learn more about Hal Johnson and how he overcame the obstacles he faced. 

  • Jennifer Hedger

       In the first episode of 2021 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin welcomes Jennifer Hedger to the show.  Hedger talks about becoming a dog lover, how she got involved in sports media and she opens up about depression and dealing with it in a pandemic.  

      All of this and more on this weeks episode of Tobin Tonight.   Whose Dog is Barking? 

  • Christmas in COVID

        In the 100TH Episode of Tobin Tonight, we celebrate Christmas, a very different kind of Christmas,  The Christmas in COVID. 

       We reached out to past guests and got their input on what Christmas means to them.  What are some of their favorite traditions, their favorite Christmas songs and movies and their favorite Christmas Memories.

      So sit back and relax as Tobin and his guests try their best to spread some holiday cheer!  See you in 2021 :) 


  • Bryan Tobin

       In Episode 99 of the podcast,  Tobin experiences what it is like to be on the other side of the question mark.  Instead of being the interviewer, he is now the interviewee.   With the the help of his brother, Sean, we  learn more about the host of Tobin Tonight. 

       How did the podcast start? Who were some of his favorite guests?  How does he get the acts that he has had on the show to agree to come on?  And where there acts Tobin wanted on the show and said no, how does he respond? 

    All that and more on this episode of Tobin Tonight

  • Josh Menchions

       In Episode 98 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin chats with Newfoundland Comic, Josh Menchions and his business partner Kelly McGuire on disability in Newfoundland and  the struggles they face in the province especially in Downtown St. John's. 

     Josh also talks about his unique comic style and how people react to his standup material which includes Josh poking fun at himself and his disability. 

    Check it Out 

  • Sally Shaar

      In Episode 96 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin welcomes Sally Shaar from Monowhales to the podcast. The two discuss how they band formed, writing/producing music by zoom due to COVID, being 90's kids and what's next for Sally and the band in 2021.

    So check it out here and subscribe to the podcast.

  • Isabel Ritchie & Jeremy Drury

       In Episode 95, Tobin welcomes Isabel Ritchie and Jeremy Drury of the Strumbellas to the podcast.  The two talk about how the band formed,  how they got into their instruments, for Isabel, the violin and for Jeremy the drums and they chat about making an album in COVID. 

    Tobin also enlights Jeremy on the College Years of Saved By The Bell,  therefore it's already a must listen. 

  • Brendan Brown

       In Episode 93 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin welcomes Brendan Brown from Wheatus to the show.   Brendan talks to Tobin about how he formed the band, his original path in life and they talk about the song Teenage Dirtbag.  

       Brendan and Tobin also chat about some other artists and their creativity and Brendan gives updates on a future tour and re-release of their debut hit album. 

    Check It Out. 

  • Tebey

       In Episode 92 of Tobin Tonight, we welcome Tebey to the podcast.  Tebey talks about signing a record deal at 16, losing that deal and working his way back into the music industry (not that he ever left, he just sort of shifted gears). 

       Tebey also talks about being a mental health advocate and how it's still a struggle today but it's important to talk about it. 

       We finish off the episode with a game of "How Canadian", so why wait, go enjoy this week's episode. 

  • 17 Memphis

        In Episode 91 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin chats with Felix Snow and Chelsea Todd (17 Memphis) about how they are handling COVID, their music and latest projects and the meaing behind the name. 

       It's an opposites attract dynamic which makes for a fun interview.  How do they view music? Who inspired them? Do they like being classified as pop country?  

       Listen to find out. 

  • Ken Reid

       In Episode 90 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin chats with Sportsnet Central Host, Ken Reid. They talk growing up in the East Coast, Hockey Cards and how Ken came up with the ideas for his books based on them. 

        Ken also tells his "journeyman" story of how he went from the east coast to west coast to landing his job with Sportsnet. The title may be odd, but you'll understand it once you hear the "How Canadian" part of the episode. So Enjoy.

  • Ian Casselman

       In Episode 89, Tobin chats with Ian Casselman of the Canadian band, Marianas Trench.  Ian explains how he joined the band thanks to an ad in the paper, Josh's quick wit and smarts and gives some insightful opinions on social media and cancel culture. 

    Of course he also talks about the bands music and explains the importance of being honest and reaching out to your fans. 

    Check it Out Here.

  • Adam Gregory

       In Episode 88 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin welcomes back Adam Gregory to the show to see how Adam and his family are doing during COVID, to talk his new album and song Perfect World and to discuss the country music scene and how Adam is trying to balance his style vs the new country style. 


  • Bryan Mudryk

       In Episode 86 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin welcomes TSN Anchor/Sportscaster Bryan Mudryk to the show.  Bryan talks about his career in broadcasting and how that lead him to TSN, his love of sports but not quite being an athlete and defeating cancer not once but twice. 

    He also has a really  funny James Duthie story. 

    Check It Out Here

  • George Stroumboulopoulos

       In Episode 85 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin chats with the Host of The Strombo Show, the man himself, George Stroumboulopoulos.   The two chat about the glory Days of Much Music,  The Hour and of course Hockey Night in Canada.   It's almost an hour long interview but never a dull moment especially if you grew up loving Much Music and wanted to know more about why George left the HNIC team. 

    Check it Out. 

  • Sons of Daughters

       In Episode 83 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin chats with Chrystal Leigh and Jimmy Thow of Sons of Daughters.   They chat about being in seperate countries during COVID,  how they came up with such a unique name (Jimmy has his own made up story) and who inspired/influenced their style. 

    They also open up about their time on CTV's The Launch and what they learned from the show. 

    Check It Out! 

  • Sonshine and Broccoli

       In Episode 82 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin welcomes Kids Entertainers, Sonshine & Broccoli to the show.  The two explain how they got into this line of work,  the people they looked up to and about their album Hug Life. 

      They also talk about going through adversity and how they have been keeping themselves busy during COVID. 

    Check It Out

  • Sarah Wickett

      In Episode 81 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin chats with Ontario Singer, Sarah Wickett about her new song What We Do and her EP.  Sarah explains how she got into music and how she orignally went to Ryerson for journalism. 

    She talks about how she would practice Christina Aguilera songs and like many other young Canadian artists, she found her calling for country pop through Shania Twain and the album Up.   So check out the latest episode of the podcast

  • Alee

       In Episode 80 of Tobin tonight, Tobin welcomes Alee to the podcast, where she talks about her album, her new song and how she feels she's the odd one out in country (in a funny way).  

       Alee and Tobin also bond over technology and how things have changed and the music they listened to growing up. 

    Alee even discusses her COLLAGE wall. 

    Listen to find out more. 

  • Mike Ruby

       In Episode 79 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin welcomes Toronto born singer, Mike Ruby to the podcast.  Mike talks about his new EP, "You Wrote These Songs",  his love of John Mayer and how his background in jazz has helped him further his career. 

       Mike and Tobin also talk about life in Canada v.s America and share a few laughs with some stories of their experiences being Canadian. 

    Listen In and Enjoy

  • Jeremy Fisher

       In Episode 78 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin chats with Canadian singer-songwriter Jeremy Fisher about creating his livestream for kids during this pandemic.   Jeremy explains the importance of having the kids feel like they are a part of the entertainment and  where he wants this project to go. 

    Tobin and Jeremy also chat about  ties to Newfoundland, and how he got into the music industry. 

    Check it Out. 

  • Olivia Lunny

       In Episode 77 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin welcomes Season 2 Launch Winner, Olivia Lunny to the show.   Olivia chats about her time at the Launch, being mentored by Jann Arden and we talk about her new song and album.

    Olivia gets some advice from Tobin about not worrying what people label you in music and they play a game of "How Canadian" 

    Check It Out

  • Coleman Hell

       In Episode 76 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin welcomes Coleman Hell to the show to talk his new album, "Show Em" ,  and new song.  Coleman talks growing up in Thunder Bay and NOT playing hockey and creating a band of friends that stick together called Sideways. 

       Coleman allso plays a game of How Canadian with Tobin and we find out what a certain bar in Canada would once allow as ID and a payment method, It's VERY Canadian. 


  • Scott Harris

       In Episode 75 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin chats with Scott Harris on how he got into the Dance/Electronic scene, and how he pieces songs together.  Tobin asks Scott what things he looks for when creating beats and songs and his upcoming projects. 

    Check out the episode now. 

  • Carleton Stone

       In Episode 74 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin chats with Carleton Stone of Cape Breton's Port Cities. Carleton explains how the band came together, the departure of Breagh MacKinnon and how it took years of performing a small bars before learning how to own a room. Tobin also teases Carleton about creating a new band name, will it go over well? Check out the episode to find out. 

  • Hopper

      In Episode 73 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin welcomes Ottawa band, Hopper to the show, Nick, Will, Matt and Josh chat about how the band formed, what their goals are for 2020 and Tobin just has some genral fun getting to know the band. 

    For instance did you know WILL is the Noel Gallagher of HOPPER? They had to DINE the guy to join the group, what an ego eh. All jokes aside check out the episode.

  • Tyler Shaw

       In Episode 72 of Tobin tonight, Tobin  welcomes Canadian Singer Tyler Shaw to the podcast to discuss how he created the Stronger Together video with 25 Canadian artists with his friend Fefe Dobson. He discusses how the project came to be, the work behind it and what he hopes the song will do. 

    We also talk about how he got into the music business and how a friend from his UPEI days is a major reason why he's here. 

    So why not, Check out the episode

  • Marc Jordan

       In Episode 71 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin chats with Canadian singer/songwriter Marc Jordan. Marc talks about writing songs for Rod Stewart, Cher, Dianna Ross (just to name a few), and how difficult it was to make it in the industry during his time peroid being Canadian. 

    Go check out the episode.

  • Kalsey Kulyk

         In Episode 70 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin  welcomes Canadian Country Singer, Kalsey Kulyk to the show. Kelsey chats about her songs Damn You Love and Roll with It and discusses how she got interested in music. Kalsey also opens up about dealing with cancer, overcoming the battle and how a certain song would lighten the mood.

    All of this and more and this weeks episode, go check it out!

  • Josh Noble

       In Episode 69 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin chats with Larkins front man Josh Noble. Josh talks about forming the band, how he is handling self isolation and the band creating their own merchandise and more. All the way from the United Kingdom, ladies and gentleman enjoy the interview with Josh.

    YES WE ARE HAVING FUN on the Podcast! Thanks for Asking. 

  • Splash'n Boots

       In Episode 69 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin chats with Nick (Splash) and Taes (Boots) of Treehouse's Splash n' Boots.  They talk about how this television show started as university project at Queens, the choice of colours, and why they got into children's entertainment.

    We also have some fun with the duo as we introduce a game called How Canadian and find out some of Nick and Taes favorite things. 

    So sit back, relax and enjoy this episode of Tobin Tonight

  • Sarah Nurse

       In Episode 67 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin chats with Olympic Silver Medalist Sarah Nurse. She talks to us about her experience at the Olympics, the potiental formation of a WNHL, and we play a game of How Canadian of Me and much much more so grab your favorite flavour of chips (salt and vingar if you're asking) and enjoy the episode.

  • Eric Ethridge

       In Episode 66 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin welcomes Canadian Country Singer Eric Ethridge to the show.  Eric talks his new song,  Dream Girl and how it came to be and how the success of his first album kept him on track to pursuing music.

        Did you know it WAS NOT his first career choice? Did you know Eric met his wife (fellow country singer Kalsey Kulyk) by handing her a trophy? We discuss this and so much more on this week of the podcast. 

    So check it out, what do you have to lose?

  • J.J Hunter

       In Episode 64 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin chats with J.J Hunter of the Hunter Brothers on forming the band, the struggles they faced and how it was ironic all members of this brotherly duo were in hockey and got injuried thus setting them on this path. 

    So sit back and enjoy as Tobin and J.J chat about hockey, life, music and Tobin even throws a few jabs at J.J , how will he take it? Tune in to find out.

  • Kyle Meagher

       In Episode of Tobin Tonight, Tobin chats with 17 year old Kyle Meagher about his career in acting and in music. Kyle gets SUPER defensive on wanting both. JOKING. 

       Kyle also explains the reason behind his song Nowhere and how he came up with the name of his CD, "Beats in a Bagel Shop". And to close it off we play a game of FIRST'S with Kyle. 

    Find out who Kyle's first celebrity crush was, and much more on this weeks episode.

  • Kalle Mattson

       In Episode 62 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin chats with Ottawa Singer-Songwriter, Kalle Mattson about his upcoming project, his cover of Drake's Hotline Bling and his album that was inspired by the passing of his mother. 

    Interesting Fact: The Art work for that Album was Paintings by his mother.

  • Memories of Christmas

       In Episode 61 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin brings  you our Christmas Special. We call it the Memories of Christmas. In this episode we have past guests  share their favorite Christmas memory.  Guests also recreate "Twas The Night Before Christmas" 

    So why not relax and enjoy the episode. 

    Only 3 days till Christmas, let this episode get you in the mood :)

  • Chloe Caroline

       In Episode 60 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin chats with singer-songwriter, Chloe Caroline about her career in music, and how a family member helped choose that career. She talks about her upcoming projects, her interest in acting and we play a fun game of POPCANA-DUH! 

    Will Chloe pass the test? Check out the episode to find out.

  • Rachel Cousins

       In Episode 58 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin chats with 18 year old Newfoundland Singer/Songwriter, Rachel Cousins about her journey in the music industry.  We discuss her album and doing shows overseas, and why and how she got into music.

  • Natalia Safran

       In Episode 56, Tobin chats with Natalie Safran from the band "The Forevers". She talks about forming the band with her brother MIke and discusses her acting career. 

    FUN FACT: Natalie got into acting through modelling, and she has been featured in movies like Aquaman and Annabelle Comes Home. She is also the SECOND Polish act to have her music charting on the Bilboard Music Countdown List. 

    Want to find out more, then tune into the podcast.

  • Lynn Johnston

       In Episode 55 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin talks to Canadian Great, Lynn Johnston about her career as a cartoonist. 

       She discuss her struggles, her early success and of course the comic strip that started off in newspapers and became a television show in syndication, "For Better or For Worse" and more so go check out the episode. 

  • Emma Watkins

       In Episode 53 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin chats with Emma about being a Wiggle, her love for the original Wiggles and the backlash that came from being the First Female Wiggle. She also talks her interests outside of the Wiggles. 

    FUN FACT: Emma Loves the band BWitched. 

    Check it Out

  • Kate Beirness

       In Episode 52, Tobin chats with Kate Beirness on her love of sports, working her way to the top of the rankings and women in media.  She talks about getting the call to come to TSN, how fun it is to work there and being apart of the first all female Sportscentre and more, so CHECK IT OUT!

  • Christopher Rich

       In Episode 51 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin chats with Christopher Rich who played Brock Hart on Reba. 

        We talk to him about growing up in Texas in the 1950's, how he got into acting and of course we talk about his time on the show Reba.  What were some of his favorite memories, does he still talk to the cast and how he felt about playing Brock Hart, all will be answered. 

  • Kira Isabella

       In Episode 50, Tobin chats  with Ottawa's own Kira Isabella.  Kira talks about how she got into music at a young age, her love of Shania Twain, touring with Carrie Underwood and the song that put her on the map.

    We also talk about her song Little Girl and how pop music has affected the country sound you hear today.

  • Martina Ortiz Luis

       In Episode 49, Tobin chats with Martina Ortiz Luis. We find out how she got the job with the Leafs, how her father played a part in it and how she gets nervous AFTER she does the anthem. 

    We also find out what other interests Martina has as a 16 year old and what she hopes to be doing in the future. 

    So check out the episode and stay until the very end as you'll hear Martina's song, "Now I Gotta Know About You"


  • Rick Campanelli

       In Episode 48 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin chats with Rick Campanelli (The Temp) about his career in broadcasting. We chat about his start at Much Music and the glory days of the brand. Rick also talks about transitioning from Much Music to ET Canada and what his next chapter is now that he has parted ways with Entertainment Tonight show.

  • Paul Hunter

       In Episode 47 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin welcomes CBC Foreign Correspondant, Paul Hunter to the show.  Paul talks about his upbrining in North York, he's passion for journalism and how it led him from Wingham, Ontario to Washington, D.C. 

      He also discusses covering Donald Trump, U.S stories and other world events he has covered over the years. 

    Plus he gives some advice to journalists starting off in the field OR wanting to get started so get enlightened as Paul Hunter is this weeks guest on Tobin Tonight

  • A Very Tobin Christmas

       Twas The Podcast Before Christmas and all was alright, Tobin had gotten his guests for Tobin Tonight! 

      Here it is Folks, Our Christmas Special! We called in a few favors, safe to say these guest will be changing their emails and numbers in 2018 (I kid) BUT we called in past guests to help us out on our special, so sit back and enjoy as the podcast gets festive! You'll hear from Santa Clause himself and you'll hear some of your favorite comedians, news/sports anchors, musicians and actors coming together in the spirit of the year to do their version of "Twas the Night Before Christmas" 

    Below is who said what line, ENJOY the episode!


    Peter Mansbridge:
    Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house
    Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse;
    The stockings were hung by the chimney with care,
    In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there;

    Tersea Ennis:
    The children were nestled all snug in their beds,
    While visions of sugar-plums danced in their heads;
    And mamma in her 'kerchief, and I in my cap,
    Had just settled down for a long winter's nap,

    Karen Ennis:
    When out on the lawn there arose such a clatter,
    I sprang from the bed to see what was the matter.
    Away to the window I flew like a flash,
    Tore open the shutters and threw up the sash.

    Bryton James:
    The moon on the breast of the new-fallen snow
    Gave the lustre of mid-day to objects below,
    When, what to my wondering eyes should appear,
    But a miniature sleigh, and eight tiny reindeer,

    Jimmy Rankin:
    With a little old driver, so lively and quick,
    I knew in a moment it must be St. Nick.
    More rapid than eagles his coursers they came,
    And he whistled, and shouted, and called them by name;

    James Cybulski: 
    "Now, DASHER! now, DANCER! now, PRANCER and VIXEN!
    On, COMET! on CUPID! on, DONDER and BLITZEN!
    To the top of the porch! to the top of the wall!
    Now dash away! dash away! dash away all!"

    Adam Gregory:
    As dry leaves that before the wild hurricane fly,
    When they meet with an obstacle, mount to the sky,
    So up to the house-top the coursers they flew,
    With the sleigh full of toys, and St. Nicholas too.

    Mark Critch:
    And then, in a twinkling, I heard on the roof
    The prancing and pawing of each little hoof.
    As I drew in my hand, and was turning around,
    Down the chimney St. Nicholas came with a bound.

    Maureen Ennis:
    He was dressed all in fur, from his head to his foot,
    And his clothes were all tarnished with ashes and soot;
    A bundle of toys he had flung on his back,
    And he looked like a peddler just opening his pack.

    Natasha Staniszewski
    His eyes -- how they twinkled! his dimples how merry!
    His cheeks were like roses, his nose like a cherry!
    His droll little mouth was drawn up like a bow,
    And the beard of his chin was as white as the snow;

    Rick Mercer: 
    The stump of a pipe he held tight in his teeth,
    And the smoke it encircled his head like a wreath;
    He had a broad face and a little round belly,
    That shook, when he laughed like a bowlful of jelly.

    James Duthie:
    He was chubby and plump, a right jolly old elf,
    And I laughed when I saw him, in spite of myself;
    A wink of his eye and a twist of his head,
    Soon gave me to know I had nothing to dread;

    Lisa LaFlamme
    He spoke not a word, but went straight to his work,
    And filled all the stockings; then turned with a jerk,
    And laying his finger aside of his nose,
    And giving a nod, up the chimney he rose;

    William Daniels
    He sprang to his sleigh, to his team gave a whistle,
    And away they all flew like the down of a thistle.
    But I heard him exclaim, ere he drove out of sight,



  • Rick Mercer

       In Episode 45, Tobin chats with fellow Newfoundlander, Rick Mercer about what he plans on doing after the Rick Mercer Report ends in April and what he enjoyed about the show.

    Rick also talks about his career starting in the 1990's, This Hour Has 22 Minutes, Talking to Americans and of course Ranting. 

  • Brad Gushue

       In Episode 44 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin welcomes Newfoundland Curler, Brad Gushue to the podcast to talk about his career, his success over the past few years ESPECIALLY in 2017 and of course the upcoming Tim Hortons Roar of Rings being held in Ottawa this month. 

    Join us, as two newfies have a chat!

  • Steve Howey

       In Episode 42 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin goes  SHAMELESS as he chats with Steve Howey on how he landed the role as Kevin Ball on the hit show that just got picked up for a ninth season. We talk a few spoilers on this season, season eight and what he enjoys about the show.

       But before we get into that Steve talks how he got into acting, and of course the show I know him best from REBA as he played a funny air headed character but lovable goof, Van.

    Enjoy the episode

  • Adrienne Arsenault

        In Episode 41, Tobin chats with Adrienne Arsenault to talk about becoming one of the new faces of the National. We discuss her career, how she got her foot in the door at the CBC (it's a funny story) and some tips she is learning as she takes on a new role in hosting. 

    So enjoy the episode and just click play!

  • Bryton James

       In Episode 40 of Tobin tonight, Tobin chats with Bryton James about his career on Young and the Restless, his charity work and of course Family Matters. 

       Bryton disccuses how he got the part, his favorite memories, the casting of Jaleel White as Steve Urkel and the passing of Michelle Thomas and many other things so go check it out!!

  • Picture This

       In Episode 39, Tobin Tonight  goes International. Tobin interviews Ryan and Jimmy of the band Picture This. We talk about their success, how the band was formed and why Irish music is so distinctive. 

       We also talk about how a former One Direction member reached out to the band to help them get exposure and where the band sees themselves at this time next year. 

    All that on this weeks episode of Tobin Tonight

  • Ian Hanomansing

       In Episode 38 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin chats with Ian Hanomansing on growing up in Sackville, New Brunswick, his early start in broadcasting and how he got to the CBC. 

       We also talk to Ian on his excitement to get started with the new National, the move from Vancouver to Toronto and why CBC went with 4 hosts instead of the usual one or two that Canadians are use to. 

    So go ahead, listen in and learn more about Ian Hanomansing.

  • Darlene White Antle

       In Episode 36, Tobin talks to Darlene White Antle, the author of the children's book, "The Autistic Puppy". She discusses  how she came up with the idea, why she chose a puppy as her subject and how the book is doing. 

    Here is a Link to where you can buy the book, you can also request it at Chapters to pre-order:


  • Andrew Chang

       In Episode 35 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin chats  with Andrew Chang about gearing up to become one of the new faces of the National.  We discuss his career and how he landed his first role at CBC in Montreal and how that led him to Vancouver and now here. 

       Andrew also explains what he is most excited about with the new format and much more. So go ahead and press play on this episode!

  • Outasight

       In Episode 34 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin chats with Richie Andrews otherwise known as Outasight about his new album, "Richie" and about his success in the music industry. 

       We talk to him about his hit song, "Tonight is the Night", signing with Warner Music in the beggining and how he came up with the name Outasight. 

    We also discuss his musicial influences and interests,  so go check it out!

  • William Daniels

        In Episode 33 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin chats with  Mr. William Daniels  about his career and Boy Meets World. We take a trip down nostalgia lane to find out how Will got the part, how he almost DIDN'T become Mr.Feeny and what he enjoyed about the show. 

       Of course we also talk to him about his career leading up to that role including meeting his wife Bonnie who played the Dean in Boy Meets World and teamed up with him earlier in their television career on St. Elsewhere. 

    So take a trip with me down memory lane, from one big Boy Meets World Fan to another, enjoy this episode.

  • Chuck Comeau

       In Episode 32, Tobin goes face to face when he does his interview with Chuck Comeau of Simple Plan. He talks about forming the band and its name as well as getting their first record deal. 

       Chuck also tells us about the Simple Plan Foundation, some of his favorite memories with the band and we discuss his relationship with Chester Bennington (Linkin Park)

    So go listen !

  • Dylan Playfair

       In Episode 31, Tobin welcomes Dylan Playfair (AKA Riley of Letterkenny) to the podcast. Dylan talks about his career in acting and transitioning from the hockey world he grew up in to the acting world. He also tells us how an actor on Friday Night Lives helped him pursue his career in acting. 

    Of course we talk about the show Letterkenny, how he got the part, how it all came to be and his favorite part about doing the show and we finish it off with Dylan telling us how an infamous YouTube clip of his father Jim Playfair flipping out on the bench helped him convince his agent he was ready to be an actor. 

    So stop reading and start listening!

  • Dean Brody

       In Episode 30, Tobin chats with Dean about his success at the CCMA's where earlier this month he added to his collected with another three, giving him 16 CCMA Awards and 2 Juno's. He talked about his music career and gives his opnion on old country vs new country 

    So don't just sit there, go listen!

  • Jay Onrait

        In Episode 29, Tobin talks with TSN's own Jay Onrait. Jay discusses the new show and podcast, his experience down at Fox Sports and his career.

       We also ask him what we can expect from the show once Hockey season starts and what prompted him to write his books, Anchorboy and Number Two. 

    So stop reading and start listening!

  • Adam Gregory

        In Episode 28 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin chats with Canadian Country singer Adam Gregory on his music career, starting way back as a young teen to his upcoming new album, with the song, Dirt Road Therapy. 

       Adam talks about his older songs such as Horse Shoes, Big Star and No Vacancies and how they still get brought up today and he tells us about his first time meeting Billy Ray Cyrus.  Adam also discusses what he thinks about country music today and who are some of his favorite acts

  • Kevin Newman

       In Episode 27, Tobin chats with CTV's own Kevin Newman. Kevin talks about his broadcasting career and how it started being a news director for a university station to his first break at Global News to moving down south to work with ABC news. All that is discussed and more. 

      Kevin also gives us insight on the importance of failure and how that can lead to success, how he thinks from his experience you move up the journalist ladder and we finish it off by talking to Kevin on his son Alex and their relationship. Both wrote a book called "All Out: A Father and Son Confront the Hard Truths That Made Them Better Men" 

    So why are you wasting your time reading the description, GO LISTEN!

  • Kate Todd

       In Episode 26, Tobin goes back in time to where he originally got the interest in radio and broadcasting.  Canadian kids will know what i'm talking about, when I say RFR or Radio Free Roscoe.  This week Tobin chats with Kate Todd, also known as Shady Lane from RFR. 

       Kate tells us how she got the part, how the cast got their names and some of her favorite memories of the show. She also tells us what she thought a revival could look like. 

       We also talk to Kate about her solo music career and how that is going. Who she looks up to,and  who she would like to work with. 

    So check out the episode

  • Tom Power

       In Episode 25, Tobin welcomes CBC q host and fellow Newfoundlander, Tom Power to the show.  Tom disccuses his career in radio, his start at CBC and how he is adjusting to being the new host of the Q.

      We also discuss a former host of the Q and how uncomfortable questions and situations can sometimes give you good material or things you can learn from. 

    All this and then some on this episode of Tobin Tonight

  • Hendersin

       In Episode 22, Tobin welcomes Hendersin to the show. Hendersin is a hip hop artist from Massachusetts.  He chats about his career, his influences, how he got started and who he would like to team up with someday. 

       We also chat with Hendersin on issues that are happening in the States such as Police Brutality and how he feels about artists using the N word. 

    So stop reading and starting listening, It's a great episode!

  • Jeremy Hotz

        In Episode 21, Tobin welcomes a MISERABLE Guest in Jeremy Hotz.  Jeremy is a  Canadian great in the world of Comedy. If you ever watched Just For Laughs you may have seen his act. He started in his hometown of Ottawa and has been on Letterman and Leno.  

        Jeremy Hotz discusses his career in comedy, his act and other projects he was involved in.  So sit back and be miserable with us. 

  • Jay Malone

        In Episode 20, Tobin talks to Kentville Comedian and Writer,  Jay Malone. Jay talks about his career  in stand up, and how it started on a dare back in university. That dare  that led him to finding his way to Just For Laughs and eventually to L.A. 

       We also talk to Jay about his other passions such as writing children's book and how that all came to be. He also talks about one book he wrote with a character the world knows all to well about. It's NOT Donald Duck! 

    So sit back, relax and tune in as two east coasters talk comedy and career.

  • Harnarayan Singh

       In Episode 19 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin talks to CBC's Hockey Night in Punjabi Play by Play Announcer Harnarayan Singh. The man who made all present and future Nick Bonino goals legendary (or any goal he calls really).  

       We chat with Harnarayan on his career, his love for hockey, and what it is like growing up a Sikh in Canada. Is it better now than it was when his great grandfather came to Canada? 

    All this and more on Tobin Tonight!

  • Lisa LaFlamme

       In Episode 18 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin chats with the very talented CTV Senior Chief Correspondent and News Anchor, Lisa LaFlamme. 

       Lisa talks to us about her career, how she began in the industry, her start at University of Ottawa (I held back my anger) and we find out her favorite interviews and somethings we don't know about Lisa.

    Check it Out.

  • Alan Doyle

        In Episode 17, Tobin welcomes Newfoundland Legend, Alan Doyle to the show.   Alan talks about how his career began at the age of 17 with some help from a teacher, how he got involved in Great Big Sea and going off on his own.  

        We also talk to Alan on being impersonated by Mark Critch, his acting career which includes Republic of Doyle and the success of Newfoundlanders. 

    So what are you waiting for, take a listen!

  • Peter Mansbridge

       In Episode 16, Tobin welcomes  CBC's Chief Correspondent and anchor of their flagship show, The National, Peter Mansbridge. 

       Peter talks about his career starting in Manitoba and how he ended up becoming the anchor on The National. 

      Tobin also finds out about   Peter's fun side. Such as  being imitated by Mark Critch and doing voice work as Peter Moosebridge on Disney's Zootipa.  

     What's next for Peter after The National? Take a listen!


  • Wendy Mesley

        In Episode 15, Tobin welcomes CBC Reporter and Anchor, Wendy Mesley to the show. 

       Wendy talks to us about her beginnings in media, her first job and how  she feels women are betrayed in the media. She believes women have come along way and she is living proof.

       Fun Fact:  Wendy was the first female correspondent to cover the Prime Minister from the parlimentary press gallery for CBC's The National. 

  • Natasha Staniszewski

       In Episode 14, Tobin chats with TSN's own Natasha Staniszewski.  Natasha talks about going back to school in her mid 20's, her love of sports and who she was inspired by. 

      We also find out how she deals with negativity on social media, her favorite part about working at TSN and how she feels women are treated in regards to the Television Industry. 

    Take a Listen

  • Tessa Bonhomme

        In Episode 13, Tobin welcomes Olympic Gold Medalist turned Sports Anchor, Tessa Bonhomme to the show. 

       Tessa  disccuses how she believes women are seen in media, her thoughts on social media and how she turned her hockey stick in for a microphone.  She also talks about how she got into hockey and who she modeled her game after. 

  • James Cybulski

        In Episode 12 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin chats with former TSN reporter and Sportsnet Central Host,  James Cybulski.

       James talks about his career in both radio and television, he talks about his time with all three platforms and we talk the Sportsnet Hockey Deal. 
    And of course James has some great stories along the way. He's a great interview! So enjoy!

  • Mark Bennett

      In Episode 11 of Tobin Tonight , Tobin welcomes family friend and comedian Mark Bennett to the show.  Mark talks  about his start in comedy, crowd riffing, when a set doesn't get over and of course his podcast. 

      Mark has performed on Just for Laughs and now resides in Toronto where he runs his own podcast called, I Said Shut Up,  and even posts YouTube videos giving advice to those who want to be comedians. 

    Check the episode out

  • Colin Mochrie

       In Episode 10 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin chats with Whose Line Is I Anyways cast member, Colin Mochrie about his journey into comedy, his friendship with Ryan Stiles and how that lead him to his career on Whose Line and meeting his wife.

      Colin also opens up about supporting his daughter's decision to be transgender. Will Tobin be nervous interview one of his favorite Canadians? Check out the episode to find out.

  • Jim Watson

      In Episode 9 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin goes POLITICAL (sort of).  Tobin welcomes  Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson to discuss Red Bull Crashed Ice, The Juno's,  and why he wants to stay the Mayor of Ottawa.

       Mayor Watson also discusses what he believes Ottawa needs to improve upon and why Ottawa is such a great place to live whether you are a student or a professional. 

     Check it out.

  • Petrina Bromley

        In Episode 8 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin welcomes Come From Away star and fellow Newfoundlander  Petrina Bromley to the show. 

       Petrina talks about her career as an actress and a music director. She discusses how this lead her to the musical, "Come From Away"  and the very interersting tale of how being in the right place at the right time got her the part on  the hit musical. 

    Check out the episode to find out more. 

  • Max Kerman

        In Episode 7 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin welcomes Arkells frontman, Max Kerman to the show. 

        Max alks about how the band was formed, juggling school and the band, his inspiration for getting into music and inspirations for songs off their album High Noon AND of course he talks about their latest album Morning Report and being part of the Juno's in Ottawa! 

    FUN FACT: 

    3 Members have PoliSci Degrees from McMaster
    The band was once known as: Charlaman
    Max knows his accents!

  • Perry Chafe

       In Episode 6 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin talks to Newfoundland Television Writer/Producer, Perry Chafe. 

       Perry talks about Republic of Doyle (RoD), how it came to be and who chose to end it.  We also talk to about the new series on Netflix called, Frontier based on The Fur Trade and Hudson Bay.

    Check it Out. 

  • Mark Critch

       In Episode 5 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin switches from music to comedy when he interviews  This Hour Has 22 Minutes Writer and Actor Mark Critch.  

        Mark talks about his start to stardom, his Trudeau encounters, Scott Baio and his advice for young comedians and how to handle Twitter.

    Check It Out

  • Damian Follett

        In Episode 4 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin welcomes another fellow Newfoundlander, Damian Follett.

       Damian talks about his song No Second Chances,  and his career in the music scene.  He also explains the importance of giving it your all, everytime you hit the stage. 

      I recall waking up early in the morning to watch the Addams Family and Inspector Gadget on NTV andinbetween shows they would show part of Damians video for No Second Chances and to this day I still enjoy the song and the video. 

    Check out the episode. 

  • Ennis Sisters

     In Episode 3 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin welcomes some hometown guests.  From St. John's, Newfoundland, we are joined by Maureen, Karen and Teresa Ennis of the Ennis Sisters. 

     The trio talk about their upbringing, how they formed the band and they share some sisterly love in a fun game at the end. 

       The Ennis Sisters and I have grown up with each other in the sense that my family knows their family very well.  

     Fun Fact:  When I was little I drew them a very poor drawing and brought it to their house.  

      Tune in to the this weeks episode!

  • Heather Rankin


        In Episode 2 of Tobin Tonight, Tobin talks to Heather Rankin about her solo career, what she was planning to do before joining the Rankin Family and her nickname among her siblings.  

       Heather talks about her ECMA success and being nominated for a Juno. She also opens up about her late sister Raylene and the impact that had on her. 

       Similar to brother Jimmy, I first noticed Heather through radio and music television channels. This interview I really enjoyed as Heather was a great guest, very open, warm, and witty.  

    Check it Out. 


  • Jimmy Rankin

      In the very first episode of Tobin Tonight, Tobin talks to fellow east coaster, Jimmy Rankin. 

      Jimmy talks about The Rankin Family, their success and how the band formed. Jimmy opens up about his late brother John and about  moving on to become a solo artist.   

     I loved Jimmy Rankin, growing up in Newfoundland  I would hear his tunes on the radio and see his videos on CMT and Much More Music.  Seeing Jimmy succeed gave me hope that even in small places you can make noise.

     Check out the episode to hear two east coasters having a fun chat :) 

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