North by Northwest
Sunday September 1409/14/14
Outdoor guy Frank Ritcey talks about toads and trail cameras and a conversation author Caroline Adderson about her latest books, for adults and children.
Saturday September 13
Judy McFarlane talks about her book Writing With Grace, Paul Kroeger talks mushrooms, Magpie Ulysses talks about her new show Past Presence and in the Cooking Club; This East Van Kitchen Cook Book.
Sunday September 7
Accordion player and champion Rowan Lipkovits, singer-songwriter Lydia Hol, photographer Ryan Oakley and potter Danny Kostyshin.
Saturday September 6
Reaching Blue, a documentary about the Salish Sea and the changes it faces. Willow Yamauchi takes us to Helmer's Organic Farm in Pemberton and gardener Egan Davis talks about bulbs.
Sunday August 31
Caws and Effect, a new show from Mind of a Snail, The History of Lovespoons with David Western, CBC TV host Andrew Chang on books, and composer Jared Miller.
Saturday August 30
Cooking with seaweed, gardening in the shade and chasing the world Irish Dance championship in a new documentary. Also a tribute to poet, performer and teacher Zaccheus Jackson.
August 23 and 24
We'll meet the Sauerkraut Lady of Salt Spring Island, creative sisters Linda Doherty and Lynnette Gullackson, tapestry artist Sola Fiedler, and blues guy Murray Porter. Plus Erin Balser talks about some writers to watch in Canada.
Saturday August 16
NXNW Podcast Aug 10, 2014
Guest host Paolo Pietropaolo speaks with Emmy-Award winning producer and director Michelle MacLaren, who got her start on the Vancouver film scene and today is one of Hollywood's most in-demand TV directors for her work on shows like Breaking Bad and...
NXNW Podcast Aug 9, 2014
On today’s podcast you'll hear how Willy Wonka has been reincarnated as a public librarian named Lisa Winkelaar who has hidden some very special golden library cards in the stacks of North Vancouver District Public libraries; resident NXNW adventurist...
NXNW Podcast Aug 2, 2014
Anishnaabe filmmaker Lisa Jackson joins guest host Paolo Pietropaolo for a chat about her new film "How a People Live"; plus, Emi Honda and Jordan McKenzie on their Powell Street Festival installation "Music Temple", Master Gardener Maryanna Boda on...
NXNW Podcast Aug 3, 2014
It's Pride Weekend in Vancouver and freelance journalist Willow Yamauchi joins guest host Paolo Pietropaolo for a visit to the BC Gay & Lesbian archive. Plus, NXNW wine columnist Shelley Boettcher on counterfeit wine, horticulturalist Egan Davis on...
NXNW Podcast Jul 26 2014
Chinese-Canadian singing sensation Wanting; soprano and Lieder aficionado Martha Guth; Fraser Valley singer-songwriter John Welsh; and NXNW retail columnist Doug Stephens all join guest-host Paolo Pietropaolo.
Jul 27, 2014
As the 100th anniversary of the onset of World War I approaches, NXNW classic film columnist Ted Phillips looks at how the Great War has been portrayed in film. Also, architect Nancy Mackin joins guest host Paolo Pietropaolo to talk about what might...
The Deadhead is a floating sculpture built on a barge by Cedric and Nathan Bomford.
NXNW Podcast July 19. 2014
Richard Hebda goes foraging for wild berries with guest host Margaret Gallagher, Jordan Lee on his film "Secret Suppers of Vancouver," and tech columnist Jamey Ordolis on how Facebook can change your mood.
NXNW Podcast July 20 2014
Douglas Coupland on his exhibit at the Vancouver Art Gallery, Sharon Hanna (Kale and Friends) in the NXNW Cooking Club, Robert Budd's Voices of BC features homesteader Sarah Glassey, Sam Waddington shares his passion of fishing
Sappho Cosmetics, BC wines and Trying not to Try.
JoAnn Fowler talks about her organic cosmetic line, Shelley Boettcher looks at the ever expanding world of BC wines, and Edward Slingerland talks about his new book Trying not to Try.
Lavender, Le Tigre, blood clots and Logger's Daughters
Jacqueline Sutton from Sacred Mountain lavender farm on Salt Spring, the founders and award winning chefs behind Le Tigre food truck, preventing blood clots on long journeys and Alan Twigg talks about a book he over looked.
Ruth Reichl, Dirty Apron, Frank Ritcey and dance
Food legend Ruth Reichl in the Cooking Club, the founder of the Dirty Apron cooking school in Vancouver with a former student, Frank Ritcey with some ideas of how to make the most of your summer drive and Vanessa Goodman on dancing with balloons.
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