Coming off his re-election, Mayor Paterson sits down with Dave Cunningham to talk about his passion for municipal government, the City of Kingston, and The Tragically Hip. Music included in this episode: Theme – “Strawberry Letter #23 / Brothers Johnson / LP – Strawberry Letter #23 “Wheat Kings” / The Tragically Hip / LP – Fully Completely (Live) “Ahead by a Century” / The Tragically Hip / LP – Trouble at the Henhouse
Starting his career as a teenager in England, David has made suiting men his life’s work. Many Kingstonians will know him from the 35 years he spent as operator/owner of Alexander Newman’s Men’s Shop on Princess Street. Dave talks with David about his passion for making the man look good!
Jim Gilchrist, the ‘Dean’ of O.H.L. radio broadcasters, join us for a conversation looking back on his 40+ years and over 2,700 games, covering the Kingston Frontenacs. Music for this episode: Theme – Strawberry Letter #23 / Brothers Johnson / LP “Strawberry Letter #23 – The Very Best of The Brothers Johnson” Dreams / Fleetwood Mac / LP “The Dance (Live)” Fifty-Mission Cap (Live) / The Tragically Hip / LP “Fully Completely (Deluxe Version)”
Join Dave as he speaks with Aggie Haydock, the Owner/Operator of Heart to Heart Senior Services. Commercial Music: Song 10:10 – Bill Withers/Lean on me/Lean on me: The Best of Bill Withers Song 2: 25:25 – Jim Reeves/Welcome to my world/The Very Best of Jim Reeves
Singer, songwriter – solo, in a duo or group – regular performer seen all over this area Music includes: Song 1: 13:35 – Kevin Head/The Arrow/Performed live Song 2: 25:45 – Kevin Head/Saturday Night in South Margaree/Performed Live
Join Dave as he talks with Zach Elliott, a young man with a passion for flying. Commercial Music: Song 1: 9:29 – Lenny Kravitz/Fly Away/Greatest Hits Song 2: 23:38 – Santana/Into the night/Ultimate Santana
A gentlemen who attributes a lot of his personal success to membership in the Kingston Jaycees Commercial Music: Song 1: 10:20 – Harry Chapin/Circle/Greatest Stories Live Song 2: 25:50 – John Denver/Annie’s Song/16 Biggest Hits
Join Dave as he speaks with Emily Ferguson & Emily Abrams, two women passionate about dealing with climate change. Commercial music includes: Song 1: 8:34 – Jack Johnson/You and your heart/To the sea Song 2: 23:42 – Sheryl Crow/Soak up the sun/The very best of Sheryl Crow
Lead singer of the Big Phat Horn Band and career singer, songwriter & musician since his days here in high school. Music: Song 1: 12:01 – Michael K. Myers/Wish you were here/ N/A Song 2: 26:00 – Michael K. Myers/What am I going to do/You are here
Larry, a musician himself, has pulled together an incredible history of bands and musicians in Kingston. Join us for a conversation about the rich legacy of music in this city. Commercial Music includes: Song 1: 11:01 – Motherlode/And when I die/When I Die Song 2: 26:04 – Streetnoise/Every time it rains/N/A
In a conversation recorded in the fall of 2016, we speak with Peter Kingston about his many years of community involvement at the Boys and Girls Club, YMCA, Junior Achievement, and Hospice Kingston. Commercial music includes: Earth, Wind, Fire – September Outcast – I like the way you move
In a conversation recorded in the fall of 2016, we speak with Chris Whyman about his career as the city’s Town Crier and Manager of Visitor Services. Being the Town Crier has given him the opportunity to see the world and promote Kingston. We also talk about the attractions the City has to offer.
Nancy is a long-time member of the Kingston Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society. In this episode we talk about the popularity of exploring one’s ancestry – where to start, tools you can access, and the excitement generated by discovering one’s ancestors.
Join Dave Cunningham as he spends some time with Kingston’s legendary newsman, Floyd Patterson, as he takes us down memory lane. From his days as a radio DJ in Brockville to his Open Line program on CKWS Radio and his time on City Council, Floyd has always been a big part of our community.
Many know him as a successful music promoter based in Gananoque but Cliff Edwards has a long history in the music business going back to his days as a member of the million-selling pop group, The Bells, followed by a successful career as a solo artist. In this episode, a conversation about the business-side of music.
Recorded during the heat of the last U.S. Presidential campaign, we talk with the longest-serving Speaker of the Canadian House of Commons about the differences in the institutions of government. We also spent time reviewing the work done by our two Chambers.
Recorded early last year, just a few months after Susan arrived in Kingston to take up her post. Susan takes us through the “411” on the organization, as well as their plans for the construction of new homes (some of which have already been built).
This episode features a conversation with the Principal of Queen’s University recorded at the beginning of 2017. We trace his journey as an undergrad thru his appointment as head of the University’s Administration. If you’ve ever wondered what the job entails, this is segment to listen to.
His career began in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. In the late sixties, he moved to Kingston and, up until his retirement a few years back, Jack has been a mainstay of radio in our community. Join Dave as he and Jack look back on a great career behind the mic.