The IPE is underway in Armstrong. With all the details of this legendary Provincial Exhibition, IPE Manager Bryan Burns joined the Jim Harrison Show on Thursday, August 28th.
The President of the BC Federation of Labour, Jim Sinclair swung by the Harrison Show on Thursday, August 28th to talk teachers and other issues concerning the Fed and British Columbians.
There's been talk of a frigid winter this year. Sandi Duncan is the Managing Editor of the Canadian Farmer's Almanac and shared the Winter forecast on the the Thursday, August 28th edition of the Harrison Show.
A brand new season for the Kamloops Blazers is nearly here. In advance of that, Jim Harrison was joined by Majority Owner Tom Gaglardi and GM Craig Bonner on the Tuesday, August 26th edition of the program.
The expanding BC Wine industry. To talk about exciting new opportunities for BC growers, Jim Harrison was joined by John Skinner of Painted Rock Estate Winery on the Tuesday, August 26th edition of the show.
It's a journey through a corn maze and learn the history of Tranquille on the Lake. With more about this exciting development Jim Harrison was joined by Tim Mcleod on the August 21st edition of the show.
The Ice-Bucket Challenge. What is it and why is so big? Wendy Toyer of the ALS Society of BC swung by the Harrison Show on Thursday, August 21st to talk about this social media fundraising giant for ALS.
Only weeks before the new school year is supposed to start, we get an update from BC Education Minister Peter Fassbender on the August 21st edition of the jim Harrison Show.
The big Sturgis Music Festival is coming up this weekend in Merritt. Promoter Ray Sassevill joined Jim Harrison on Tuesday, August 20th with all the exciting details on a great weekend of music in the Nicola Valley.
If you're a fan of the TV Show "Highway Thru Hell", the owner of the Jamie Davis Rescue Towing Company popped by the Harrison Show on Tuesday, August 19th to talk about the show and the move to Alberta from BC.
He's no longer behing bars and now focusing on politics and social change. Jim Harrison caught up with the Prince of Pot, Marc Emery on the Tuesday, August 19th program.
On the Thursday, August 14th edition of the Jim Harrison Show, Jim was joined by the outgoing head of the IHA, Andrew Neuner, before he takes charge of the Health Quality Council of Alberta.
Salmon expert and UBC professor Carl Walters takes issue with DFO's assertion that this may be a record year for returning sockeyes. He joined Jim Harrison on Tuesday, August 19th to plead his case.
The death of Robin Williams has sparked conversation about mental illness around the globe. Jim Harrison was joined on the Thursday, August 14th program by Jonathan Morris of the Canadian Mental Health Association to talk about depression.
He's a local hockey product and now an assistant coach for the LA Kings. Jim Harrison was joined by Davis Payne on the Thursday, August 14th edition of the program.
With another school year just around the corner, university students will be forced to shell out thousands for text books. David Porter is the Executive Director of Open Education BC Campus. He joined Jim Harrison on Tuesday, August 12th to talk about a more affordable option for students.
The Grand Chief of the Union of BC Indian Chiefs Stewart Phillip is renewing a call for an national inquiry into missing and murdered Aboriginal women. He pleaded his case on the Tuesday, August 12th Harrison Show.
Have people lost faith in the mining industry? Pierre Graton, CEO of the Mining Association of Canada joined Jim Harrison on Tuesday, August 12th to answer that question and address the Mount Polley mining disaster.
Only a couple weeks after the grand prize draw, plans have already begun on building the new Y Dream Home in Kamloops. Matt McCurrach is the President of the Canadian Homebuilders Association-Central Interior and he popped by the Harrison Show on Tuesday, August 14th to talk about the latest home and the program itself.