Kamloops Last Week celebrates its first birthday by welcoming to the show American Idol star Cameron Whitcomb (at 7:35 mark) and B.C. Lions' head coach Rick Campbell (18:21).
A new sponsor — Gord's Appliance and Mattress Centre — hops on board to join the KLW consortium, which includes Nu Leaf Produce Market and McDonald's.
Whitcomb, who lived in Kamloops for two years, shows some skin and reveals his tattoos. He talks fidgety criticism, Got 2 B Beach Matte, relationship status, Kamloopsian voice coach Sabrina Weeks, Black Sabbath, social-media hate, backflips and acting and music future.
With B.C. Lions' training camp underway in Kamloops, Campbell talks labour dispute, QB Nathan Rourke, proving pundits wrong, Latvian giant Karlis Brauns, females in football, nomadic sports upbringing, using his teaching degree on the field and hiking and breweries in Kamloops.
Foulds talks of problems at Royal Inland Hospital and addresses Interior Health communication woes in Above The Foulds (32:24), and takes aim at coffee prices at Sandman Centre in our brand new segment — Foulderdash (27:03).
Hastings talks crowd size at Blazers' playoff games and says thanks to the Last Week Clique, listeners and viewers, Tim Shoults, Bob Doull, co-host Foulds and Magic Mike and Bonnie of Lee's Music.