Alberta at Noon
A@N for Friday, December 19, 201412/19/14
Wildrose Party president Jeff Callaway talks about the future of the party; Former Oilers goaltender Grant Fuhr talks about his new book; Sid Andrews, interpretation co-ordinator for the City of Calgary parks, speaks with listeners about winter birds.
A@N for Thursday, December 18, 2014
Political scientist Roger Gibbins discusses the possible impact of falling oil prices in 2015; Andrea McManus of the Development Group speaks with listeners about how they decide what charities to give to.
A@N for Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Lori Williams, political scientist at Mount Royal University, speaks with listeners about some Wildrose MLAs that may be crossing the floor to the Progressive Conservatives.
A@N for Monday, December 15, 2014
Edmonton coun. Bev Esslinger speaks with listeners about the need for secondary suites in Calgary and how it is working in Edmonton; Horticulturist Donna Balzer has some suggestions for gifts for the gardener in your life.
A@N for Friday, December 12, 2014
Canmore's Jen Olson talks about representing Canada at the World Cup Ice Climbing competition; Former NHL goaltender Clint Malarchuk joins us to talk about his book The Crazy Game; Mario Trono joins us to talk with listeners about holiday movies.
A@N for Thursday, December 11, 2014
Chaldeans Mensah sums up the fall session of the Alberta legislature; Edmonton fire chief Ken Block has some suggestions for preventing fires; Karen Anderson makes coconut snowball cake-pops; Chris Bensch speaks with listeners about favourite toys.
A@N for Wednesday, December 10, 2014
Portia Clarke kicks off the CBC Edmonton Turkey drive; Bruce Inglis, hamlet manager in Fort Chipweyan, talks about ice roads; Kimberly Mair talks with listeners about small acts of kindness.
Tuesday December 9, 2014
Todd Hirsch discusses the impact of lower oil prices; Roger Haessel talks about the increasing popularity of drones; Red Deer artist Tim Van Horn on his large mosiac project; Dr. Kevin MacAuley answers listener questions on pets.
A@Noon podcasst for Monday December 8
On today's podcast: dealing with driving after a major snow or weather event; we look at how a Calgary company plans to harness and store wind power; and on the phone in, table manners and matters of etiquette.
A@N for Friday, December 5 2014
On today's podcast: Our special remote broadcasting live from Fort McMurray in support of the Wood buffalo food bank with musical guest High Valley.
A@N for Thursday, December 4, 2014
Political scientist Duane Bratt speaks with listeners about gay-straight alliances and Bill 10 and Workplace columnist Melanie Peacock answers caller questions about holiday parties.
Wednesday December 3, 2014
Mike Hare, owner of Owl's Nest Books, joins us to recommend some great books for the holiday season and Jack Mintz with the University of Calgary speaks with listeners about whether Alberta should introduce a provincial sales tax.
A@N for Tuesday, December 2, 2014
CBC's Devin Heroux speaks to us from the Calgary Stampeders' Grey Cup victory rally; Kris Wells with the University of Alberta talks about gay-straight alliances and Bill 10; senior climatologist Dave Phillips has some trivia questions for listeners.
A@N for Monday, December 1, 2014
Ilana Landsberg-Lewis tells us about the Grandmothers to Grandmothers campaign for World AIDS Day and University of Alberta professor Julie Rak shares advice and answers listeners' questions about Christmas cards.
A@N for Friday, November 28, 2014
Today's show: An update on the winter storms currently hitting Alberta; Brian Lehman talks about Christmas antiques.
A@N for Thursday, November 27, 2014
We take your calls on taxi service in Alberta; Ontario chef Matt Dean Pettit talks about his new cookbook, "The Great Lobster Cookbook."
A@N for Wednesday, November 26, 2014
We ask TSN football analyst Dave Naylor whether the CFL needs to start their season earlier; Richard Truscott from the Canadian Federation of Independent Business offers his thoughts on the province's latest fiscal update.
A@N for Tuesday, November 25, 2014
Today's show: We talk to the executive director of Calgary's Mustard Seed Church; political scientist David Stewart comments on yesterday's Wildrose defections; we take your calls on mindless eating.
A@N for Monday, November 24, 2014
Bill Moore-Kilgannon with Public Interest Alberta talks about child poverty in this province; Aaron Kylie, the editor of Canadian Geographic, joins us with his Canadian trivia challenge.
A@N for Friday, November 21, 2014
Hockey star Theo Fleury joins us to talk about his new book; we take your calls on cold-weather gardening.
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