The Provincial Coordinator For Wildsafe BC, Frank Ritcey popped into the Jim Harrison Show September 30th to tell us how to co-exist with wildlife and what to look for should we encounter certain species.
Campaigning for the upcoming Civic Election is officially under way now. Former Councillor, John O'Fee popped into the Jim Harrison Show September 30th to talk about the race and being in civic politics in general.
Jim Harrison got a history lesson on BC Labour September 30th. Former spokesperson for the United Food And Commercial Workers Union, Andy Neufueld is writing a book called "Working People Of British Columbia" and he popped into the show to talk about it.
TRU has a new Executive Director For The Centre For Student Engagement. Jim Harrison welcomed Tracy Penny Light to Kamloops and found out who she is and what's involved in the new position for her.
What does it take to win The Amazing Race Canada? TRU student, Peter Schmalz pulled it off and he told Jim Harrison on Sept 25th how he and his partner Mickey Henry did it and what they had to go through.
The 6th annual World Rivers Day is coming up Sunday september 28th. It's a free fun family event. Sustainability Educator, Jaimi Garbutt spoke to Jim Harrison and explained what this was all about.
A breast feeding event coming up Oct 4th in Kamloops. This an annual event which founder, Marion Blundell and nursing student Nicole Cant tell Jim Harrison about on the Jim Harriosn Show Sept 23rd.
Danielle Pederson is a local author who's had an idea which has led to writing the book "Laser". After being turned down by a number of publishers, Danielle has decided to do this on her own and she told Jim all about it Sept 23rd.
The Annual Provincial Winter Fair is coming up where the 4-H is heavily involved. There are many opportunities for folks to see what happens in the agricultural field. David Arduini popped into the Jim Harrison Show Sept 23rd to talk about the Fair.
School is back in after the settlement between the teachers and Provincial Government. BC Teachers Federation President, Jim Iker talked with Jim Harrison Sept 23rd to talk about what all went down and the relief of having the students back in the classroom.
Kamloops Planning and Development Manager, Randy Lambright, popped into the Jim Harrison Show sept. 18th to talk about the City's long term vision, otherwise known as "Kamplan". And we can get involved in this process.
As the controversy continus to dog the NFL, John Heshka, Associate Dean of Law at TRU, talks with Jim Harrison Sept. 18th about the string of domestic abuse cases.
Author Laura Michelle Thomas spent time talking with Jim Harrison on Sept. 18th to talk about her latest book "The Naked Storyteller". It's a book filled with romance and comedy centering around a couple of teachers who happen to meet during a strike.
It won't be long before we witness one of the largest salmon runs out at Adams River. Sept. 18th, Jim Harrison caught with Jeremy Heighton who is very familiar with the run.
A Vavenby woman says she has the tools to help any man re-connect with their wives when it cames to sex. Author Karen Moilliet shares some of the secrets with Jim Harrison on the show Sept. 16th.
Is Health Canada asleep at the switch? You might second guess taking prescribed drugs after hearing what David Bruser has to say. The Toronto Star reporter explained his findings to Jim Harrison Sept. 16th.
A tentative agreement was reached early in the morning Sept. 16th between the teachers and the Government. Kamloops Thompson Teachers Association President, David Komjlenovic chatted with Jim Harrison a few hours later to talk about it.
He's known as a hard champion of the WWE. Three time Champion Mick Foley is coming to Kamloops and he chatted with Jim Harrison Sept 16th
It's the 13th anniversary of the attack of 9/11 on September 11, 2001. Jim Harrison recalled the day with interviews of those who were at Ground Zero in New York when the world seemed to end. Amongst them, BMO Economist Tim O'Neillm Kamloops firefighter Neil Moroz and The Gabby Cabby-Peter Franklin..
The annual Terry Fox Run is coming up on Sunday, September 14th. Jim Harrison was joined by Provinicial Director Donna White on the Thursday, September 11th show to talk about this annual fundraiser in memory of the Marathon of Hope.
Flu season is just around the corner. Dr. Bonnie Henry is the Deputy Provincial Health Officer and joined Jim Harrison on Tuesday, September 9th to adress the upcoming flu season, plus to share her views on the recent Ebola outbreak overseas.
If we know it's happening, why don't we do anything about addressing Climate Change? Specialist and author George Marshall swung by the Harrison Show on Tuesday, September 9th to answer those questions.
It's an experiment spearheaded by Mastermind Studios of Kamloops, designed to rehabilitate those on the wrong side of the law. Jim Harrison was joined Tuesday, September 9th by former drug trafficker Jean Claude Auger and Clinical Counsellor Michael Koehn to talk about this project.
BC NDP Leader John Horgan swung by the Harrison Show on Thursday, September 4th to speak to issues like the on-going teachers dispute and the proposed Ajax Mine.
BCTF President Jim Iker popped by the Harrison Show on Thursday, September 4 to talk about the on-going teachers strike.
11 Canadians will commit suicide today. To address these troubling numbers and possible help, Jim Harrison was joined by Jenny Green of IHA on September 4th to adress suicide and what we can all do to help prevent it.