Heather interrupts Jon Kimura Parker's piano practice, the Fogo Islanders hockey team prepares to to play the Montreal Canadiens Alumni, and Jason Wells/Irma Gerd talks about the St. John's drag queen scene.
The Great Canadian Baking Show is looking for home bakers for its second season, Crippled, a play by Paul David Power, is making audiences cry and think, and Jody Williams is holding yoga classes just for men.
Steve Haley is from Placentia, but calls Sackville, New Brunswick home. He joins Weekend AM's Heather Barrett for a First Listen to his new album, Heat Vision.
Heather gives snowbiking a try in Pippy Park, librarian Jewel Cousins and The Broadcast's Jane Adey tell us how you can take part in NL Reads, and when you are #HoveOff out of it, sleep expert Sheila Garland has nap advice.
Percussionist Greg Hawco is the latest Newfoundlander to get tangled up in the musical Come From Away, We'll #HoveOff with low-maintenance snacks courtesy of Five Brothers Artisan Cheese, and Heather takes part in Knit Night at the Geek Bar in St. John's.
Alan Doyle tells us how he pulled together a benefit recording of Spirit of the West's biggest hit for the band's ailing lead singer, John Mann.
Steve Fairdosi of The Battery Cafe in St. John's shows us how to brew the perfect cup of coffee at home.
Jordan Bennett, a Mi'kmaq from Newfoundland's west coast, and John Nick Jeddore, a Mi'kmaq from the Miawpukek First Nation in Central Newfoundland, talk to Weekend AM's Heather Barrett about Bennett's art installation at the National Museum of the America
Chef Jeremy Charles of Raymond's and the Merchant Tavern tells Weekend AM's Heather Barrett about taking part in a cookbook project by renowned Italian chef, Massimo Bottura.
Retired CBC journalist Azzo Rezori talks to Weekend AM's Heather Barrett about his debut collection book, Ben Tucker's Truck and Other Stories.
Lukas Wall does some boots on the ground reporting on the popularity of the Australian footwear in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Ian Sutherland, Dean of Memorial University's School of Music, and Catharyn Andersen, Memorial's Special Advisor to the President on Aboriginal Affairs, explain what a Land Acknowledgment is, and why you will hear it at events around the university.
Jerry Dick of the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador talks with Weekend AM's Heather Barrett about three buildings in the west end of St. John's constructed in the 1940s.
Virginia based writer Jeffrey K. Walker tells Weekend AM's Heather Barrett why his historical novel, None of Us is the Same, has Newfoundlanders for two of its main characters.
Larry Foley talks with Heather Barrett about his latest solo album, Come Along With Me B'ys.
Chris Andrews, frontman of Shanneyganock, talks to Weekend AM host Heather Barrett about the band's latest album, Home in My Harbour.
Sandy Robertson, retired forestry research scientist and gardener, tells us how he has transformed an ordinary suburban housing lot into a forest garden with more than 200 species of trees and plants.
Poet Des Walsh, a longtime friend of the late visual artist Gerald Squires, walks us through the exhibit Gerald Squires: Spirit Visible, on display now at The Rooms.
Fiona Oliver, a longtime employee of both the Boddie family and The Doctor's House, gives us her tour of the Irish-style farm property in Green's Harbour.