VICKI GABEREAU is a Canadian radio and television personality, best known for her longtime association with CBC Radio and her television talk show which aired on CTV from 1997 to 2005. In 1985, she became host of Gabereau, a two-hour daily interview show on CBC Radio. She was one of the CBC’s most popular and beloved hosts until her departure in 1997, when she moved to CTV, for whom she hosted a television talk show, The Vicki Gabereau Show, for eight seasons. She published an autobiography, This Won’t Hurt a Bit and a cookbook collecting some of her favourite recipes sent in by her CBC radio listeners. Gabereau is a three-time ACTRA Award winner for best radio host-interviewer, winner of the John Drainie Award and was inducted into the CAB Broadcast Hall of Fame. Gabereau lives on the Sunshine Coast and enjoys doing some fundraising for the Sunshine Coast Festival of the Written Arts and the Sunshine Coast Botanical Garden.