Season One

Episode 23 : Gerry Rogers

Gerry Rogers is an award winning film maker and a New Democratic Party member of the Newfoundland and Labrador House of Assembly.  

Episode 22: Mike Campbell

Mike Campbell is a co-owner of The Carleton Music Bar and Grill in Halifax, NS. The bar won Music Nova Scotia's Venue of the Year Award in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012.

Episode 21: Kevin & Cathy Murphy

Kevin and Cathy Murphy are hoteliers, restauranteurs, and heritage tourism developers. They own and operate the historic Great George Hotel in Charlottetown.

Episode 20: Wayne Johnston

Newfoundland novelist Wayne Johnston has received the Governor General’s Award for English Language Fiction. He has also been called “one of our continent’s best writers“ by Kirkus Reviews.

Episode 19: Francis McGuire

Francis McGuire is the President and CEO of the Major Drilling Group. Mr. McGuire is also a former Deputy Minister of Economic Development for the New Brunswick provincial government.

Episode 18: Brian Andrew

Brian Andrew is the co-owner of Meridian Farms in Milton, PEI. Meridian Farms is one of the largest breeders of standard bred horses in Canada.

Episode 17: Bruce MacKinnon

Bruce MacKinnon is the editorial page cartoonist for the Halifax Chronicle Herald. He won the 2012 Atlantic Journalism Gold Medal for Editorial Cartooning.

Episode 16 : Don Mills

Don Mills is the Chairman and CEO of Corporate Research Associates Inc. He is widely regarded as one of Canada's leading public opinion and market research professionals.

Episode 14: Alexandrya Eaton

Alexandrya Eaton is a New Brunswick based visual artist. Her studio is in her home in Sackville, NB. Alexandrya Eaton's exhibition "New Day" begins April 12, 2013 at Gallery 78 in Fredericton NB. See more at


Sheliagh O'Leary is a professional photographer, a single mother, and a member of the St. John's City Council. She will be a candidate for Mayor in the 2013 St. John's municipal election.

Episode 12: TOM POWER

Tom Power is an award winning musician, writer & host of the national CBC Radio programs CBC Radio 2 Morning and Deep Roots. He lives in his hometown of St. John's and Toronto.

Episode 11: Randy Simms

NOTE: In Conversation with Randy Simms was recorded September 13, 2012. Randy Simms unexpectedly retired on March 1st, 2013, three days before the scheduled air date of this episode.

Episode 10: Janice Harvey

Environmentalist Janice Harvey is the former Executive Director of the Conservation Council of New Brunswick. She is currently a Lecturer at St. Thomas University in Fredericton.

Episode 9: Brian Peckford

Brian Peckford is a former Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador. His recently published memoir is titled - Some Day The Sun Will Shine and Have Not Will Be No More.


Robert Ghiz is the Premier of Prince Edward Island. Robert Ghiz follows in the footsteps of his father, Joe Ghiz, who was the Premier of PEI from 1986 - 1993.   [...]


Nova Scotia's Joel Plaskett is one of the most prominent singer songwriters in Canada. He has won many ECMA awards & in 2010 he won Canada's most prestigious music award, a Juno.

Episode 6 – RYAN DAVIS

Ryan Davis is the co-ordinator of the annual Mummers Festival in Newfoundland. One of the highlights of the Mummers Festival is the Mummers Parade.

Episode 5 – STARR DOBSON

Starr Dobson is the co-host of the television program CTV News at 5. CTV News at 5 is the Maritimes most popular news and current affairs program.


George Campbell is the owner of the Anne of Green Gables Museum in PEI. The novel "Anne of Green Gables" has sold more than 50 million copies.

Episode 3 – BRAD GUSHUE

Brad Gushue won a gold medal for Canada in curling in the 2006 Winter Olympics. The former World Junior Champion is also an excellent golfer.