North by Northwest
Saturday October 1810/19/14
Author Emily St John Mandel, some young innovators in Vancouver and rocker Bif Naked on taking the Welfare Food Challenge.
Sunday October 19
A visit to a rehearsal for the new opera "Stickboy", a conversation with author and historian Jean Barman, Robert Budd with another edition of Voices of BC, and Erin Balser talks about books about running.
NXNW Podcast Oct 11, 2014
Frazey Ford on her new album "Indian Ocean," Mark Leiren-Young on comedy and censorship, Eagranie Yuh on the International Chocolate Awards, Dr. Ted Morris on pets and pain, Jamey Ordolis on travel apps and websites.
NXNW Podcast Oct 12, 2014
Author Anne-Marie MacDonald on her new novel "Adult Onset," longtime CBC archivist Colin Present on International Home Movie Day, Ian "Herbie" Hemphill on his book "The Spice and Herb Bible," Dave Cursons of the Grist Mill Heritage Committee on Apple...
NXNW Podcast Oct 5, 2014
Chef Michael Smith on his bookboock "Family Meals," author Theresa Toten on her YA novel "The Unlikely Hero in Room 13B," longevity columnist Sharon Basaraba on facial yoga.
NXNW Podcast Saturday, Oct 4, 2014
Filmmaker Vic Sarin and activist Peter Ash on their documentary "The Boy from Geita," Barbara-Jo McIntosh on her new cookbook "The Tin Fish Gourmet," Osimous Theatre's artistic director Bob Frazer on a new production of "Our Town."
NXNW Podcast September 27, 2014
Josh and Adam Huculiak (of We Are the City) on their film "Violent," Jennifer Chen on beer cocktails, filmmaker Adam Miller on his short "In Passing."
NXNW Podcast Sept 28, 2014
Michele Genest on her book "The Boreal Feast: A Culinary Journey Through the North," Roy on Slavia Miki their bookon "Dolphin SOS," Julia Kwan on her documentary Everything Will Be," Gabriola Island Museum's Ivan Bulic on Silva Bay.
Sunday September 21
Erin Balser suggests some great fall reads and Sam Waddington explains what he loves about scuba diving in BC
Saturday September 20
Terri-Lynn Williams Davidson on Shelf Life, carver Roderick Brown, microbioligist Jason Tetro, author Kathy Page and Michelle Martin of Arts Ally.
Sunday September 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...
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