Podcasts

Stu MacInnis is a registered health care assistant and shares his perspective on health care - and a few other things - on social media, particularly TikTok.

PODCAST: B.C. man breathes life into long-term care on social media

Off The Page: Healthcare meets TikTok with the Comox Valley’s Stu MacInnis

Stu MacInnis is a registered health care assistant and shares his perspective on health care - and a few other things - on social media, particularly TikTok.
Dr. Bonnie Henry. (Submitted Photo)
Dr. Bonnie Henry. (Submitted Photo)
Kirk McLean. (BC Sports Hall of Fame Photo)

PODCAST: Bob Marjanovich talks with Canucks goaltending legend Kirk McLean

MOJ ON SPORTS: Former Vancouver backstop discusses his storied NHL career

  • Jun 20, 2022
Kirk McLean. (BC Sports Hall of Fame Photo)
Longtime B.C. sports media personality Bob Marjanovich will present his podcasts via Black Press media. (Submitted art)
Longtime B.C. sports media personality Bob Marjanovich will present his podcasts via Black Press media. (Submitted art)
Qualicum First Nation Chief Michael Recalma. (Michael Briones photo)

PODCAST: Qualicum First Nation Chief Michael Recalma discusses kidney transplant

PQBeat: Donor was Qualicum Beach Coun. Scott Harrison

Qualicum First Nation Chief Michael Recalma. (Michael Briones photo)
Todd Maliteare, Bruce Cameron and Dr. David Suzuki. (Submitted/file photos)

PODCAST: David Suzuki gets charged up over electric vehicles

TODAY IN B.C.: Columnist Bruce Cameron and builder Todd Maliteare also talk EVs

Todd Maliteare, Bruce Cameron and Dr. David Suzuki. (Submitted/file photos)
Laila Trogneux-Goosen is a Comox Valley resident and the winner for achievement in snort laughing from the 2022 World Laughing Championships held virtually May 1. Photo by Erin Haluschak

PODCAST: B.C. woman laughs and snorts her way to a world championship

OFF THE PAGE: Share a Winning Laugh with the Comox Valley’s Laila Trogneux-Goosen

Laila Trogneux-Goosen is a Comox Valley resident and the winner for achievement in snort laughing from the 2022 World Laughing Championships held virtually May 1. Photo by Erin Haluschak
Oceanside RCMP Staff Sgt. Travis De Coene visits the PQB News/Vancouver Island Daily studios. (Peter McCully photo)

PODCAST: Talking policing with Oceanside RCMP Staff Sgt. Travis De Coene

PQBeat: New top cop knew he wanted to be an officer from an early age

Oceanside RCMP Staff Sgt. Travis De Coene visits the PQB News/Vancouver Island Daily studios. (Peter McCully photo)
Siobhan Clayton recently put a call out on social media seeking a living donor for a kidney. She and her husband are the next guests on the Record’s weekly podcast, Off The Page. Photo submitted

PODCAST: Vancouver Island woman shares her quest for a kidney donor

Siobhan Clayton talks her search for the kind of life she had prior to her kidney failure diagnosis

Siobhan Clayton recently put a call out on social media seeking a living donor for a kidney. She and her husband are the next guests on the Record’s weekly podcast, Off The Page. Photo submitted
Joanne Sales visits the PQB News/Vancouver Island Daily studios. (Peter McCully photo)

PODCAST: Joanne Sales discusses efforts to bust broom on Vancouver Island

PQBeat: Group’s many volunteers battle invasive plant

Joanne Sales visits the PQB News/Vancouver Island Daily studios. (Peter McCully photo)
Matt Sager of Lost Car Rescue. (Image courtesy HISTORY Canada / Jeff Topham)

PODCAST: Classic car hunting with Matt Sager of TV’s ‘Lost Car Rescue’

TODAY IN B.C.: Program follows team through Northern B.C. and the Prairies

Matt Sager of Lost Car Rescue. (Image courtesy HISTORY Canada / Jeff Topham)
The Porter Family of Vancouver. (Submitted photo)

PODCAST: British Columbia’s Porter family set to fly around the world

TODAY IN B.C.: ‘5 in the Sky’ aim to raise $1 million for charity during 14-month trip

The Porter Family of Vancouver. (Submitted photo)
Cheryl Dill and Lloyd Derry visit the PQB News/VI Daily studios. (Peter McCully photo)

PODCAST: Parksville Beach Festival Society set for busy summer of 2022

PQBeat: Cheryl Dill, Lloyd Derry discuss big plans

Cheryl Dill and Lloyd Derry visit the PQB News/VI Daily studios. (Peter McCully photo)
Colin James is a member of the Canadian Music Industry Hall of Fame. (Submitted photo)

PODCAST: Colin James – Canada’s musical road warrior

TODAY IN B.C.: ‘Open Road’ is his current Juno Award-winning album

Colin James is a member of the Canadian Music Industry Hall of Fame. (Submitted photo)
Tim Ennis is the next guest on the Record’s podcast, Off The Page.

PODCAST: Vancouver Island conservation biologist Tim Ennis talks all things bats

Off The Page: learn why bats are responsible for bad hangovers and much more

Tim Ennis is the next guest on the Record’s podcast, Off The Page.
Karen Love, executive director for BGC Central Vancouver Island, visits the PQB News/VI Daily studios. (Peter McCully photo)

PODCAST: Karen Love of BGCCVI discusses child care progams in Parksville

PQBeat: Facility renovations expected to be complete in June

Karen Love, executive director for BGC Central Vancouver Island, visits the PQB News/VI Daily studios. (Peter McCully photo)
BC Liberal Party leader Kevin Falcon. (Lehmann photo)

PODCAST: Kevin Falcon returns to the B.C. Legislature

Today in B.C.: Is this the same politician first elected 22 years ago?

BC Liberal Party leader Kevin Falcon. (Lehmann photo)
Black Press reporter and NFL expert Erin Haluschak. (Peter McCully photo)

PODCAST: Black Press gridiron expert Erin Haluschak breaks down the 2022 NFL draft

Today in B.C.: NFL report chat includes favourite picks, Seahawks QB situation

Black Press reporter and NFL expert Erin Haluschak. (Peter McCully photo)
Shawn and Emily Wood on their wedding day in Courtenay. Photo submitted

Off The Page podcast: Leaving a legacy with the Emily Ann Foundation

“If there’s something that I can do, I will bend over backward to do it”

Shawn and Emily Wood on their wedding day in Courtenay. Photo submitted
'American Idol' contestant Cameron Whitcomb. (Submitted photo)

PODCAST: B.C. singer Cameron Whitcomb’s ‘American Idol’ journey

Today in B.C.: Moving to L.A. for career in the entertainment industry

'American Idol' contestant Cameron Whitcomb. (Submitted photo)