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Nikki Payne is an award-winning comedian who has appeared on Video on Trial and Last Comic Standing and is known for her bold, brazen style of standup comedy. After spending time in Toronto and L.A., Nikki recently moved home to the Maritimes.
Michael Rowe was born in St. John’s, Newfoundland. He was a member of the popular music band BucketTruck before he started acting. Now based in Los Angeles, he has found fame as villain Deadshot on the CW TV show Arrow and is working on a number of new projects.
Zack Werner is a music producer and manager, president of Toronto-based Venus Records, entertainment lawyer and former 'Canadian Idol' judge. He recently relocated from Toronto to St. John's, where he continues to work in the music industry and teaches young singers and musicians through his Idol School NL.
Lachy Gillespie and Anthony Field are two of The Wiggles - a world-renowned Australian children's music supergroup that was founded by Field and others 25 years ago. The Wiggles recently completed a North American tour.
Sara Tilley is a writer and actor. She has also done extensive training as a clown using the Pachinko Clown method. She recently won the BMO Winterset Award for her second novel - "Duke".
Jordan Coaker is the lead singer of the St. John's band - Waterfront Fire. He is also part of the folk duo - Quote The Raven. He speaks with host Tara Bradbury about his career in music.
Mark Bragg is a musician, writer and producer. He is well known for his narrative songwriting and energetic live shows. He lives in St. John's, NL.
The Telegram's Tara Bradbury talks with Jody Richardson. Jody is a writer, actor, sing/songwriter, composer, producer, musician and graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada. He is an accomplished actor and has appeared in a wide variety of television and theatre productions.
The Telegram's Tara Bradbury talks with geologist and geophysicist Melanie Barnes about being crowned Miss Newfoundland & Labrador 2015-16.
The Telegram's Tara Bradbury talks with comedian James Mullinger on this episode of In Conversation. James is an English comedian now living in Atlantic Canada. He currently has two TV shows on Bell Aliant TV1.
Megan Coles is a writer and the co-founder & co-artistic director of Poverty Cove Theatre Company. She recently won the 2014 BMO Winterset Award for debut fiction publication - "Eating Habits of the Chronically Lonesome". She lives in St. John's, NL.
This week on In Conversation, host Tara Bradbury talks with songwriter and musician Sean McCann. Sean McCann spent 20 years as a member of the Newfoundland folk/rock band Great Big Sea before leaving in 2013 to concentrate on a solo career.
Host Roger Bill talks with Dr. Wade Locke a Professor of Economics at MUN. He recently wrote a paper called "The Sky Is Not Falling" about declining oil prices.
St. John's business woman Kathy Hicks is the CEO of the Spirit Of Newfoundland theatre company. She talks to host Roger Bill at Arts & Culture Centre Theatre in St.John's.
Join The Telegram's arts reporter Tara Bradbury as she talks with magician and hypnotist Ty Reveen. Ty was born on the road of a travelling magic show. He has since worked in the world of show business for some 40 years. His father Peter Reveen was widely known as the greatest hypnotist that ever lived. Ty recently took over the role of Reveen in his late fathers wildly successful stage show.
2015 NL ELECTION SPECIAL - Host Roger Bill speaks with Earl McCurdy, leader of the New Democratic Party in Newfoundland and Labrador.
2015 NL ELECTION SPECIAL - Host Roger Bill speaks with Paul Davis, Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador and leader of the provincial Progressive Conservative Party.
Host Roger Bill speaks with Newfoundland photographer Ned Pratt. Ned's work is part of the collection at the Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography.
Host Roger Bill talks with Bluesman Denis Parker. Denis Parker is one of eastern Canada's most enduring and formidable blues musicians. He makes his home in St. John's.
Host Roger Bill talks to Newfoundland novelist and poet Michael Crummey. His most recent book, Sweetland, is a finalist for the Governor General’s Literary Award.
Join us for part 2 of our conversation with Buddy Wasisname and the Other Fellers. Host Roger Bill talks to them about Confederation with Canada, rural Newfoundland and Newfoundland’s changing economy.
2015 NL ELECTION SPECIAL - Host Roger Bill speaks with Dwight Ball, leader of the Official Opposition and leader of the Liberal Party of Newfoundland and Labrador.
The Telegram's Tara Bradbury talks with musician Damian Follett. Damian has been a staple in the Newfoundland music industry for 30 years. He recently released his fifth solo album called "Hey God".
Newfoundlanders Kevin Blackmore, Ray Johnson, and Wayne Chaulk are among Canada's most successful performing artists. On stage they are known as Buddy Wasisname and the Other Fellers and host Roger Bill sits down with them for an intimate chat.
In our season 3 premiere, host Roger Bill talks with singer Terri Lynn Eddy. Terri Lynn Eddy has been singing professionally since she was 16-years-old. She lives in Sibley’s Cove, NL.
The Telegram's Tara Bradbury talks with world-renowned Elvis tribute artist Thane Dunn. Thane has been making a full time living entertaining audiences with his live Elvis show since 2008. He lives in Moncton, New Brunswick.
This week, host Roger Bill talks with Justin Simms. Justin is an award-winning film maker based in St. John’s, NL. He most recently co-directed the National Film Board of Canada's documentary film Danny, which chronicles former Newfoundland Premier Danny Williams’ years in office.
In this episode we speak to educator and adventurer Dr. TA Loeffler. She is a professor at Memorial University of Newfoundland and her goal is to climb the highest mountains on each of the seven continents.
Welcome to part 2 of our conversation with Mount Pearl, NL’s Terry Ryan. Ryan is a former professional hockey player and Montreal Canadiens' first round draft pick. He is now the best-selling author of "Tales of a First Round Nothing: My Life as an NHL Footnote".
This week host Tara Bradbury talks to Coral Reveen. Coral was married to the late great hypnotist Peter Reveen. She performed with him in their wildly successful stage show for over 40 years.
Guest host Kris Abbott speaks with Mount Pearl, NL’s Terry Ryan -a former professional hockey player and Montreal Canadiens' first round draft pick. He is now the best-selling author of "Tales of a First Round Nothing: My Life as an NHL Footnote".
Host Roger Bill speaks with Newfoundland filmmaker Rosemary House. Her most recent production is the feature film Hold Fast.
Guest host Seamus O'Regan sits down for part 2 of his chat with Mary Pratt -- one of Canada's leading photo realist painters. A solo exhibit titled Mary Pratt opened in 2013 at The Rooms Provincial Art Gallery in St. John's. This exhibit is currently on tour in Canada until January 2015. Filmed at The Rooms in St. John’s, Newfoundland.
Guest host Seamus O'Regan sits down for part 1 of his chat with Mary Pratt -- one of Canada's leading photo realist painters. A solo exhibit titled Mary Pratt opened in 2013 at The Rooms Provincial Art Gallery in St. John's. This exhibit is currently on tour in Canada until January 2015. Filmed at The Rooms in St. John’s, Newfoundland.
Join host Roger Bill for part 2 of his chat with Mark Critch. Critch is a Newfoundland writer, actor, and comedian. He is a regular cast member of the award winning CBC TV program This Hour Has 22 Minutes.

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