North by Northwest
Saturday May 205/02/15
Giordano and Marilyn Venturi talk about their balsamic vinegars made on Vancouver Island, John Wilson talks about his passion for history and writing for young readers, Mike Tod wants your help with Canadian Folk Music and meet the Vaudeville...
Archaeologist Duncan McLaren
Archaeologist Duncan McLaren talks about the coastal hinge.
Sunday April 26
Gardener Egan Davis on getting the vegetable garden ready for a great summer of growing and Shelf Life with Veda Hille.
Saturday April 25
Creative Aging with Karen Close, back stage at the opera with Head of Wardrobe Margaret Underhill, poetry with Janet Rogers and the Cooking Club visit with Sarah Britten and My New Roots.
Saturday April 18
Archaeologist Duncan McLaren, Poet Sharon Thesen and a visit from the Sons of Vancouver Distillery.
Sunday April 19
Poetry from Joanna Streely, dining out in Tofino and an on line gallery for First Nations artists in BC who usually sell on the street.
NXNW Podcast April 11, 2014
Sweetapolita's Rosie Alyea in the NXNW Cooking Club, Scott Sampson on how to raise a "wild child," Matthew McFarlane on session ales, Oliver Swain and Glenna Garramone on Leonard Cohen, poet Daniel Zomperelli.
NXNW Podcast April 12, 2014
Cozy Classic's Holman Wang on his "Star Wars Epic Yarns" children's board books, CBC Music producer Grant Rowledge remembers Jurgen Gothe, "The Urban Homesteading Cookbook" author Michelle Nelson, poet Chelene Knight.
Sunday April 5
A visit to Hives for Humanity in Vancouver, a conversation with Betty Keller, winner of the Lieutenant Governor's Award for Literary Excellence, John Crouch talks about his long bike ride and Kiri Daust gets ready to play with the PGSO.
Saturday April 4
Conversations with chocolatier Thomas Haas,poet Gary Geddes, actor Caleb Williamson, books columnist Erin Balser, and about artist Ted Harrison and a nature walk on the west coast of Vancouver Island.
Sunday March 29
Egan Davis talks lawns, Chris and Josh Hergesheimer talk about the history of the Flour Peddler, Galen Boulanger talks about winning the big Loran Scholarship and author Susan Juby talks about her new novel Republic of Dirt.
Saturday March 28
Hawksworth bartender Cooper Tardivel talks rum, we hear about the latest Theatre Skam production involving children and scissors, actor Antony Holland celebrates his 95th birthday on stage and some tips for home renos that help with mobility.
Vanessa Richards rediscovers music
Vancouver singer who abandoned music gets second chance with community choir
Saturday, March 21
A conversation with writer Hannalora Leavitt about her upcoming memoir In Plain Sight and author Adam Lewis Schroeder talks about his latest novel All Day Breakfast.
Sunday March 22
Archaeologist Chris Arnett talks about his work studying Salish rock paintings, Mary Sanseverino explains her passion for wildflowers and photography and Robert Budd brings the story of a remittance man who came to BC in the early 1900's.
Rapper Kia Kadiri helps local students find their voice
Kia Kadiri runs workshops to build self-confidence and connect youth to their cultural identities
Saturday March 14
The NXNW Book Club with award winning author Raziel Reid, spring soup recipes from Stephanie Yuen and Tamara Micner talks about her play What You're Missing.
Sunday March 15
Outdoor guy Frank Ritcey gets low down, Sharon Basaraba has some tips for staying healthy as you retire, performer TJ Dawe talks about the inspiration for his latest one man show and Robin Stevenson discusses her latest novel for young adults.
Sunday, March 8
Author Suzanne Ma on her book about Chinese migration to Europe, Matthew McFarlane on the history and popularity of IPA's, violinist Timothy Chooi in Vancouver to debut with the VSO and Anne Jardine about her play in Invermere.
Saturday, March 7
Charles Helm talks about the Tumbler Ridge World Geo Park, Jeremy Tankard talks about illustrating Dennis Lee's latest book, Jason Tetro explains pre-biotics and young composer Leo Wei discusses his passion for creating music.
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