Sundays 8pm to 11pm on Radio 2
Ani DiFranco visits the House of Strombo for an acoustic session.
Rookie Blue star Missy Peregrym joined George to talk about her career, her faith... and her stint working at McDonald's.
Peregrym, whose father is a minister, spoke about growing up in a religious household:
"I didn't even realize that it was different, what I had experienced until I was a teenager, and I realized that not everybody had the home that I did. I was embarrassed about home, I think. That sounds stupid, but I think because I was a minister's daughter, people had an idea of what I should be, and I was told what I was. I was Christian, so: judgemental, or narrowminded. And that really bothered me, because that's not who I was.
"I feel like I've always, my whole life, been put in boxes. It took me a while to realize that I got into the box. And I didn't have to do that."
The two-year McDonald's veteran also shared the most important lesson she'd learned form working in the fast-food industry:
"Don't jump out of the window and try to race the car in a drive-through. You'll get fired.
"I didn't get fired, but I got written up. I wanted to see if I could beat him! I was bored..."