Secret Identities - Episode One


Krissy talks with Oral Mews, the man who created those graphic warning labels on cigarette packages, Kellie Joyce considers the pros and cons of identifying her family in a tell-all memoir, and we meet the  real person behind the fake Twitter account of Kathy Dunderdale, who is described as "I am NOT the premier of Newfoundland and Labrador."  Krissy also makes a confession of her own to Fintan White.

Do you have a secret identity? Confess to us in the comments section, call the Confession Line 1-855-576-5024, email us, or confess through Twitter (@confessionalcbc) or Facebook

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