16 episodes of The WorkNotWork Show since the first episode, which aired on July 11, 2016.
Sebastian Sztabzyb: Co-Founder, Phil & Sebastian Coffee Roasters
August 16th, 2017
1 hr 19 mins
Cafe, Coffee Roasting, Dream Job, Espresso, coffee, entrepreneur
Love coffee? Love hanging out in your local coffee joint? Ever thought of starting your own? Or just interested in a great story? In any of these cases you will not want to miss this ride through the life of our guest, Sebastian Sztabzyb on episode 12 of The WorkNotWork Show.
Gary Burns: Storyteller | Filmmaker | Educator
July 6th, 2017
50 mins 40 secs
Dream Job, Educator, Filmmaker, storyteller
Our guest on this, our eleventh episode, is Calgary, Canada-based storyteller, filmmaker and educator Gary Burns. We talk with Gary about his films in the context of his strong opinions about urban planning, the built environment and modern society.
Paul Brodie: Fabricator | Artist | Educator
June 6th, 2017
59 mins 40 secs
Artist, Brodie Bikes, Educator, Fabricator, Mountain Bike, Paul Brodie
Our next guest on our tenth episode is the legendary Paul Brodie of Brodie Bikes and more recently Flashback Fabrications. We sat down with Paul an extended discussion at his shop in Langley, British Columbia.
Rob 'Scratch' Mitchell: Aviator | Actor | Producer/Director
April 11th, 2017
58 mins 36 secs
airforce, aviation, interview, pilot, rcaf, snowbirds
Rob 'Scratch' Mitchell was born into a flying family, and would go on to become a third generation fighter pilot. He would also go on to become a CF-18 demonstrator pilot and did two tours with the Canadian Snowbirds precision aerobatic team. But that wasn't all: after 20 years in the Royal Canadian Airforce, Scratch Mitchell gave it up for a career in acting, producing and directing for television and movies.
Tamir Moscovici: Filmmaker
March 8th, 2017
1 hr 1 min
Dream Job, Filmmaker, WorkNotWork, interview, podcast
Tamir Moscovici is one of the premier filmmakers working today. He has a signature, highly sought-after visual style that is instantly identifiable in his work. Starting in 1995, he has worked his way through virtually every aspect of his art which includes music videos, commercials, longer form branded content and documentary films.
Dr. Sean Morrison: Stem Cell Researcher
February 3rd, 2017
54 mins 20 secs
Medicine, Science, Stem Cells, interview, research
Dr. Sean Morrison is the Director of the Children's Medical Research Institute of Dallas, Texas. In this role, he is on the leading edge of the fight against cancer using stem cells. The Institute looks for breakthroughs that change scientific fields and yield new strategies for treating disease and is also a leader in tightly integrating scientific research with clinical work with patients.
Wayne Thomas Yorke: Actor
January 19th, 2017
1 hr 17 mins
Actor, Dream Job, WorkNotWork, interview, podcast
You may know him as Ned, The Orkin Man, but that’s just the beginning and only a small part of the story. Wayne Thomas Yorke is a veteran of movies and the stage, a star of hit television series and has appeared in over 150 TV commercials. Most of all, Wayne's story is a story of following his dreams to Hollywood and making it.
Philip Raby: Automotive Writer
December 29th, 2016
1 hr 4 mins
Automotive, Magazine, Porsche, writing
Philip Raby lives a life every Porsche enthusiast will envy. He is currently proprietor of Philip Raby Porsche, a boutique pre-owned Porsche dealership in Chichester, England. He is also a columnist for GT Porsche magazine, former co-founder of Total 911 magazine and author of newly-released book ‘Save Your Life’ which provides his formula for work/leisure balance.
Dr. Robert Thirsk: Astronaut | Engineer | Physician | University Chancellor
November 29th, 2016
1 hr 49 mins
Astronauts, Environment, NASA, Science, space
Dr. Robert Thirsk is a veteran of two epic spaceflights: Space Shuttle STS-78 in 1996 and as a member of Expedition 20/21 to the International Space Station in 2009. Dr. Thirsk is also an engineer, a doctor and now Chancellor of the University of Calgary. He has already lived a life many of us can only imagine.
Dave Thomas, Publisher Emeritus, The Pragmatic Bookshelf (Part 3)
September 30th, 2016
36 mins 32 secs
agile software development with rails, andy hunt, c#, dallas texas, dave thomas, elixir, imperial college, interview, java, pragmatic bookshelf, programming ruby, southern methodist university, unit testing, us citizenship, version control
A software icon reflects on his career to date and what's next. Part three of a three part, in-depth interview.