Monday, 27 July 2015

Episode 105 - July 26, 2015

Pay broadcasts live from Montreal with her best friend, radio announcer Nat Lauzon!

Their friendship spans over 20 years and this is the first time they've done a show together despite working in radio and television for two decades.

They chat about your public pet peeves  (people who clip their nails in public, drivers who don't signal, people who use their cellphones in movie theatres) and listeners shared some good ones!

Take a listen to their take on things that p*ss people off!

Monday, 20 July 2015

Episode 104 - July 19, 2015

Would you go back to a restaurant if the food and atmosphere were great but you encountered a rude staff member?

Summer entertaining and cottage meals made easy with Chef Jason Rosso!

Plus, a unique program brings international students to Canada to work on research projects that will improve our lives in the areas of science, engineering, health and more. Pay chats with one 20-year-old student from India who is working on a research project at York University and finds out how these students are giving Canada a global reputation!

And, what men need to know before hitting the gym.

Tuesday, 14 July 2015

Episode 103 - July 12, 2015

The most expensive hotdog in the world sold out at $100 each. What and why..?

Toronto real estate agent Paul Greenberg shares advice and tips for potential buyers and sellers in the city. How do you figure out the up and coming areas and snag that deal? Find out about the Starbucks effect and the simple ways to increase the value of your property!

And if you want to support more Canadian businesses, Pay discovers a list of unique and great companies in the country that will make your shopping and gift-giving much easier.

Monday, 6 July 2015

Episode 102 - July 5, 2015

Comedian Ali Hassan co-hosts with Pay for the first hour of this extended show!
Pay's review of Magic Mike XXL and why she's not a pervert.

Nutritionist Lianne Phillipson-Webb ( shares picnic food tips, and why your low-fat food might make you fat.

Pay and Ali debate whether borrowing a bathing suit is like sharing underwear.

Chef Natalia Machado from the Argentinian steakhouse L'Atelier d'Argentine in Montreal, talks about creating a restaurant that is popular with women and the trend of Argentinian flavours.

Ecoholic and NOW magazine columnist Adria Vasil tells us what we should be aware of when it comes to dry-cleaning, and what those green or organic claims really mean.
Plus, what do we need in our sunscreen and what are our best eco-friendly options?

And get ready for the $125 Twinkie.