North by Northwest
NXNW Podcast Jul 26 201407/27/14
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.
Blanche Howard and Eve Joseph
My conversation, recorded in 2007, with Blanche Howard about her book of letters and Eve Joseph on her book about death and dying.
Alan talks about a new book of letters between literary icons Earl Birney and Al Purdy.
Olga Koletko, Benn Heppner, and soccer reads.
Olga Kotelko talks about living life to the fullest, Ben Heppner talks about books that had an impact on his life and Erin Balser suggests some good reads about soccer.
George Sawchuk, Skipper Otto, souvenirs and beer
The Book of George at the Comox Valley Art Gallery, Community Supported Fishery, Matthew McFarlane and summer beer and Rebecca Haas on the hunt for souvenirs.
Embroidery, weird museums, letters and award winning architecture
Artist Eleanor Hannan, museum expert Tim Willis, Alan Twigg from BC Bookworld and architect John Patkau.
Frank Ritcey, Egan Davis and Voices of BC
A hike with Frank Ritcey, garden questions for Egan Davis and Voices of BC
Robert Davidson, Official England House, vivian Wu and germs.
A conversation with artist Robert Davidson, Daniel Tanner explains how he started the Canada wide soccer fan club Official England House, young performer Vivian Wu talks about her passion for the guzheng and we find out how to keep germs at bay flying.
Singing, aboriginal youth art and Oceans Day
Jenn Forsland on the Celebration Singers, a tour of the MOA show of urban aboriginal youth art and a conversation about ocean research with Dr Kate Moran.
Saturday June 7
Beer, soccer, community bands, Yukon travel and tiny houses.
Movie props, community bands and bollywood dance
Jimmy Chow talks about some of the memorabilia from his decades in the film industry as a props master, Curt Jantzen talks about the success of Ladner Band Fest and Karima Essa explains her love of dance.
Sobo Cookbook, sunglasses, Naked Night Bike and Selkirk jewellery class
Chef Lisa Ahier in the Cooking Club, film maker Kellie Benz and actor Jennifer Mclean, tips on keeping our eyes safe outdoors and a visit with arts students in Nelson.
Author Ann Erickson on her book "High Clear Bell of Morning"
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