1:14 - 9:37 What started out as a dare between friends turned into a 10-year career. Emily Beers tells us the story of how a London woman became a stripper.
9:38 - 10:41 What's it like to be a DJ at a strip club? Here's an interview with 25-year-old Jacob Neil.
10:42 - 13:37 This next story is about a man who always has a smile on his face when he's at work. In fact, Bill Paul has made an entire career out of making people happy. He's London's official Town Crier and founder of the Laff Guards, an organization with around 500 members who will juggle, make balloon animals, ride unicycles and entertain any way they can at social events.
14:17 - 16:22 Jack Bend loves working as a scientist. He says his research shows that many people are more afraid of chemicals than they need to be. Kelly decided to look into the issue. She began by asking a local resident about her fear.
16:23 - 18:44 Some people work to live while others live to work. Emily Beers caught up with some University of Western Ontario students to discuss jobs of all sorts.
18:45 - 21:42 In their vows, they promised 'till death do us part'. But death is bringing them closer together. Reporter Kelly Quance sat down with this next couple, digging deeper into how their profession impacts their lifestyle.
21:43 - 25:04 Music is such a passion for Olenka Krakus that she's chosen to put her PhD on hold. Now she spends hours a night booking tours, organizing rehearsals and trying to get her band's name out any way she can. And the gamble is paying off. I spoke with Olenka about what it takes to become an indie rock star.
25:05 - 26:29 Chris apologizes for past mis-deeds when he worked in the food industry
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