North by Northwest
Sunday, March 103/04/15
Daphne Roubini talks about the Ukulele Fest, a visit to Chris Brown at his new Batard Boulangerie, Egan Davis has some gardening tips for cool weather vegetable planting, and we'll have a look behind the scenes at a MyVoice choir rehearsal.
Sunday, March 1
A visit to a rehearsal for My Voice Choir, another visit to Batard Boulangier to talk baking with Chris Brown, gardener Egan Davis talks about cool season vegetables and Daphne Roubini talks ukes.
Saturday, February 28
A conversation with hip hop artist Shad, a visit behind the scenes at a dress rehearsal at Vancouver Opera, Erin Balser has some mystery reading suggestions and artist Jennifer Annais Pighin from Prince George talks about her winning medal design.
Saturday, February 21
A visit to Char's Landing in Port Alberni, Stephanie Yuen drops by with some Chinese New Year treats, a conversation with The Green Mama and playwrite Justin Carter talks about his new one man show.
Sunday, February 15
Part two of my conversation with Alan Bradley about his new book, an inspiring visit with choir leader and singer Vanessa Richards, a conversation with adventurer and photographer Jimmy Martinello and new digs for Pacific Opera Victoria
Saturday February 14
Germ guy Jason Tetro explains how our microbes help us find love, director Glynis Leyshon on POV's new production of Lucia di Lammermoor, and dancer Chengxin Wei on his collaboration with Tariq Hussain for a small stage performance.
Sunday February 8
A conversation with author John Vaillant about his new novel The Jaguar's Children, Sharon Basaraba looks into some of the conflicting health claims about chocolate and we'll hear about a concert in Vancouver especially for families with autistic...
Saturday, February 7
A conversation with best selling author Alan Bradley about his Flavia de Luce series, artist Dawn Remington talks about painting landscapes, felt artist Fiona Duthie talks about her new show and a little tribute to poet Elise Partridge.
Sunday February 1
Laurel Parsons of U.Vic. revives some of her grandfathers WW1 songs, a new play titled Motherload explores some of the challenges of mothering these days, and Willow Yamauchi has stories about clam gardens and cob houses.
Saturday January 31
Gardener Donna Balzer talks about her plans for pop-up gardens, Matthew McFarlane reviews some BC ciders and we'll meet Jan and Petra Francke who are honeymooning on the Yukon Arctic Ultra race!
Sunday, January 25
Pianist Ian Parker talks about Mozart and more, Adara Goldberg, Educational Director of the Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre talks about Carl Lutz and Patrick Lane reads from his new collection of poetry titled Washita.
Saturday January 24
A show at the Two Rivers Gallery in Prince George featuring photos from high school students, award winning actress and playwrite Anita Majumdar at the Push Festival and smart houses.
Sunday January 18
A tribute to artist Ted Harrison, a visit from Outdoor Guy Frank Ritcey, a conversation with chocolate maker Shelley Bolton from East Van Roasters and a highlight from last weekend's J-School at CBC with reporter Duncan McCue.
Saturday January 17
Filmmaker Elle-Maija Tailfeathers on her short film in the TIFF Top Ten, an on-going legacy from artist Doris Ritchie in Campbell River, architect and artist William Steinberg and some great tech help with decorating from Jamey Ordolis.
Sunday January 11
Author Angie Abdou talks about her latest novel, Between. We'll hear about the book Olga: The OK Way to a Healthy Happy Life. Jason Tetro will explain why our microbes can make us happy and on Voices of BC, Ralph Edwards of Lonesome Lake.
Sunday December 21
Maya Rae is a 12 year old jazz singer in Vancouver with a great big voice and a fine way with a song!
Saturday January 10
Judith Forst pays tribute to Irving Guttman, a one man show based on the life and music of Pete Seeger, what do to about getting shorter and wider as we age, pianist Avan Yu talks about his life in Berlin, and the future of 3D printing with Paul...
Sunday January 4
A reading challenge on Mayne Island, award winning play write Jordan Hall, a survey on our views on fantasy fiction and Michael Harris on The End of Absence.
Saturday January 3
Rod Matheson talks about his 1000 Songs in 1000 Days project, Japreet Lehal talks about his passion for working for social justice and a conversation with award winning author Mark Zuehlke about his latest in the Canadian Battlefield series.
Saturday December 20
Erin Balser has some book suggestions, Matthew McFarlane has some beer suggestions, Ted Phillips talks about a vintage Christmastime movie, we meet actor Madeline Arthur and hear a new Christmas story from Bill Richardson.
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