For over two decades, the Sunday Evening Newshour has been the province’s only live, hour-long weekend newscast, providing viewers with breaking news, feature stories, community events and, of course, the all-important weather forecast. Toni Wiseman pioneered those early years when it launched in the late 1990s and was later joined
From Shea Heights to oil country, Lisa Baker dives deep into Alberta/Newfoundland relations ahead of her island return with longtime friend and colleague Mike Lynch.
Shea Heights native who now calls Alberta home, Lisa Baker proudly waves the Newfoundland and Labrador flag as one of our top comedic exports
Renowned actor, author and stand up comedian Jim Gaffigan brings his relatable observations and self-deprecating humour to St. John’s on The Pale Tourist Tour
A veteran of the stage and screen for over three decades, beloved comedian Jim Gaffigan brings his real life observations and, oftentimes, hilarious self-depreciating insights
Proudly representing Western Canada, Said The Whale brings their patented blend of indie rock to St. John’s for a true home-away-from-home showcase
Vancouver indie rockers Said The Whale are no stranger to Newfoundland and Labrador. The trio of Tyler Bancroft, Jaycelyn Brown and Ben Worcester celebrates their 20th anniversary
Rachel Cousins talks international expeditions, adopting a pop sound and writing music from the heart in the wake of the release of her latest album
It’s been two years since rising singer-songwriter Rachel Cousins released her debut E.P. This Fire.
Much has changed in that time, with Cousins adopting
Award-winning author Michael Crummey tackles isolation and the ruggedness of our island in his Giller Prize short-listed new work, ‘The Innocents’
Hot on the heels of a Giller Prize short-listing for his gripping and emotional new novel The Innocents, acclaimed local author Michael Crummey dives into Newfoundland’s beauty and