North by Northwest
Sunday June 2806/28/15
Frank Ritcey takes us on a hike near Wells Gray Park, Miranda Pearson launches a book of poetry, teacher and comdeian Paul Bae talks about his book and we'll hear from Hiroko Koybayashi and Neil Prakash who are jewellery designers and architects.
Saturday June 27
Canning with Amy Bronee and ice cream with Autumn Maxwell.
Father's Day Recipe
Keeping happy by the BBQ this Father's Day. Food Writer Stephanie Yuen has some recipes for a yummy father's day.
Sunday June 21
Stephanie Yuen has some Father's Day food ideas, Erin Balser has some memoir reading suggestions and Sonny Assu tours us around his exhibit at Equinox Gallery.
Saturday June 20
Celebrating lentils and drawing, biking the world, spinning at summer school, a visit to Kilshaw's Auction House in Victoria and a conversation with author Darrell Dennis.
Sunday June 14
Author Kallie George talks about the first book in her Magical Animal Adoption Agency series. Jennifer Chen looks at retro-fitting with biophilic design principles.
Saturday June 13
Cinda Chavich on Waste Not Want Not Cookbook, Brandy Lien Worrall on What Doesn't Kill Us, Doug Ives from the wood show at the Gibsons Public Art Gallery and Dr. Patricia Gabriel and Rob Taylor study how poetry might help doctors.
Sunday June 7
Author Wayson Choy is being honoured with the George Woodcock award this year, a visit to Ruby Slipper Ranch on Denman Island and poetry from Patrick Lane.
Saturday June 6
Cook book author and blogger Tara O'Brady of Seven Spoons, painter and aerial artist Amanda Shatzko, and tips for podcasting and youtubing from our tech columnist.
Saturday May 30
Chef Ned Bell from the Four Seasons in the cooking club, the connection between bacteria and allergies, Emmy nominated makeup artist Leanne Podavin, and more about research into biophilic design.
Sunday, May 31
Award winning author Alix Hawley on her novel based on the life of Daniel Boone, Dr Mark Lupin of the World Doctors' Orchestra, gardener Egan Davis and Mike Elliott of Kettle River Canoes in Grand Forks.
Sunday May 24
Charles MacPherson talks manners and butlers, Ted Morris explains how to deal with fleas and ticks on your pets, a visit to the Me on the Map lab at Vancouver Children's Festival and another Voices of BC episode.
Saturday May 23
Ian Boothby talks about comics and comedy, Matthew MacFarlane talks wheat beer, Sharon Basaraba has tips for healthy aging and Jacqueline Windh talks about running ultra marathons.
Sunday May 17
Chef and writer Natasha MacAller in the Cooking Club with her book Vanilla Table and a visit to the Vancouver Youth Orchestra.
Saturday May 16
Children's author and illustrator Lee Edward Fodi, film makers Shaine Jones and Adam Dent, the satirical magazine at UBC, The Syrup Trap, Darren Ditto from the Maker Lab in Prince George's Two Rivers Gallery and an exploration of biophilic design.
Sunday May 10
Pianist Sara Davis Buechner talks about books in her life, poet Pamela Porter reads from her latest collection, Erin Balser talks graphic novels, Stephanie Yuen has a Mother's Day treat and we visit a D.I. competition.
Saturday May 9
Roy Henry Vickers tells the story of The Orca Chief, William Deverell on his latest novel Sing a Worried Song, Kara Stanley talks about her memoir Fallen, plus birds with Dick Cannings and weaving with Ginette Bourdages.
Sunday May 3
Outdoor guy Frank Ritcey talked phenology, we hear about Choir Practice, a new comic opera, Greg Nesteroff explains a BC connection to a big shipwreck in Quebec and Michael Juk brings fond memories of broadcaster Jurgen Gothe.
Saturday May 2
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.
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