Eyeopener Podcast for July 31, 201507/31/15
Today's podcast: Checking in on the mosquito situation in Alberta; a strange case of apparent license plate fraud; Calgary Fringe play features 87 Oscar-winning films in under an hour.
Eyeopener podcast for Thursday July 30, 2015
On today's podcast: an Alberta huntress talks big game and gives us her view on the slaying of Cecil the Lion;we talk to a Calgarian living overseas who says a new law limiting his right to vote makes him a second class citizen; and hiking with a...
Eyeopener podcast for Wednesday July 29,2015
On today's podcast: An advocate for vulnerable women on the possibility of a serial killer in Leduc; Phil Edmonston on the Fiat Chrystler buy back; do our homes make us happy; lawn bowling is cool again.
Eyeopener podcast for Tuesday July 28
On today's podcast: what the government is doing to help farmers and ranchers dealing with drought; wetalk about changes in the restaurant business with Lance Hurtubise; Dr.Raj on how to avoid getting sick because of ill-prepared food during BBQ...
Eyeopener Podcast for July 27, 2015
Stretching your travel budget with the low dollar; cattle ranchers deal with drought crisis; making Calgary more accessible; Paul Karchut test-drives a Lamborghini.
Eyeopener podcast for Thursday July 22, 2015
On today's podcast: Calgarians response to yesterday's storm and funnel cloud scare; the paskapoo slopes development passed first reading at city hall.We talk to a councillor who voted against the plan; and the truth about wildlife film making.
Eyeopener Podcast for July 22, 2015
Today's podcast: Exploring the possibility of a west coast earthquake; WestJet pilots vote on unionization; turning vibrations into power at the Calgary Folk Fest.
Eyeopener Podcast for July 21, 2015
Greg Brown, the lead planner for Trinity Developments, discusses his company's controversial Trinity Hills project on the Paskapoo Slopes; a new festival in Calgary hopes to give people a glimpse of what it's like to live with vision loss.
Eyeopener Podcast for July 20, 2015
Today's podcast: Calgary cyclists Monique Sullivan and Kate O'Brien join us to talk about their medal haul at the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto; former premier Alison Redford joins us with her thoughts on Canada's new national energy strategy.
Eyeopener podcast for Friday July 17
On today's podcast: We speak with a reporter in Fort McMurray about the pipeline leak at Nexen's Long Lake oilsands facility; Rachel Notley joins us from the premier's meeting in St. John's;we find out how scientists are using dogs to help diabetics.
Eyeopener podcast for Thursday July 16
On today's podcast: As the economy lags, police worry about a spike in biker gang violence in Alberta;we look into the issue of so-called cowboy welfare;we talk to the author of a new book about human made wet lands and why they are not working.
Eyeopener podcast for Tuesday July 14
On today's podcast: Why the town of Delia is selling plots of land for $10;a review of Harper Lee's book Go Set a Watchman;and Julie Van Rosendaal grills seafood.
Eyeopener podcast for Monday July13
On today's podcast: pulling up daisies in Glamorgan; flooding in Chestemere;a plan to ease congestion along Deerfoot Trail in the city's south end is on hold;we talk to the med student who started the surgery 101 podcast.
Eyeopener podcast for July 8, 2015
On today's podcast: troops from Alberta are being deployed to fight fires in Saskatchewan;the reason behind soaring electricity prices;we check out the Superdogs at the Stampede;and the incredible true story of the first guy to fly using helium...
Eyeopener podcast for July 6,2015
On today's podcast: what was behind a helium balloon ride; U of A professor Andrew Leach on his role to shape the province's climate change policy; Paul Karchut blows the lid off a story about inflation at the candy counter.
Eyeopener Podcast for July 3, 2015
Today's podcast: Waiting for the results of the Greek referendum; school in Utah creates "texting lane"; airline security expert on false bomb threats.
Eyeopener Podcast for July 2, 2015 - Stampede Breakfast
Today's podcast: We take the show outside into the CBC Calgary parking lot for our Stampede Breakfast.
Eyeopener Podcast for June 30, 2015
Today's podcast: Do Albertans pay too much for healthcare?; Billionaire venture capitalist Nick Hanauer on why he is crusading for an increase to the minimum wage in the U.S.; keeping an eye out for rattlesnakes in the Alberta Badlands.
Eyeopener Podcast for June 29, 2015
Today's podcast: Canmore mayor John Borrowman on home explosion; Jonathan Denis and Christine Cusanelli reflect on life after politics; residents in Lethbridge rally to save their historic Chinatown; beer battle at Stampede.
The Eyeopener podcast for Friday June 26
On today'spodcst: the life and times of bear 72;a closer look at the NDP's new climate change regulations with Alberta Oil editor Max Fawcett;a different kind of Sled Island performance featuring the musicians of the Calgary Drop In Centre.
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