North by Northwest
Sunday, January 2501/25/15
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.
I Saw Three Ships by Bill Richardson
A new Christmas story from writer and broadcaster Bill Richardson.
Sunday, December 14
Author Danial Neil, tech columnist Jamey Ordolis and Mark Forsythe and Greg Dickson talk about their latest book on the first World War.
Saturday December 13
Two BC authors who have stories, about a frog and a dog, in the book In the Company of Animals, Sharon Basaraba has some ideas to ease holidays stress and cider expert Alex Fortin is in the cooking club.
December 6 and 7
Jeweller Anita Sikma, Governor General Literary award winning poet Arleen Pare, a visit to the Museum of Anthropology, outdoor guy Frank Ritcey and lobster chef Matt Dean Pettit.
Saturday November 29
Kathy Powelson from Paws for Hope Animal Foundation, goat farmer and fibre crafter Devon Stringer, author and bike artist Brian Poeltz and suggestions for gifts for the wine lover on your list.
Sunday November 30
Rosemary Georgeson, Aboriginal Story Teller in Residence at VPL, June Goldsmith on stage in Oliver, Robert Budd launches a new book Echoes of BC and a visit to Chef Marco Robke's kitchen for some delicious cookies!
Sunday November 23
Sculptor Fran Jenkins talks about her work in stone and bronze, Sam Waddington sings the praises of ice climbing, Bob Bossin tells his father's story and two young violinists take to the stage in Oliver.
Saturday November 22
A visit to the studio of artist Peter Pierobon, a conversation with Ben Parfitt about the book A Rock Fell on the Moon, Jason Tetro explains why drinking too much upsets our microbes and a conversation with two artists in the Jade Symposium.
Paolo Pietropaolo talks food swap and canning. GG Literary Award nominee Bill Gaston. Chef and co-owner of The Dirty Apron Cooking School, David Robertson.
Saturday November 15
Photographer David Nunuk talks about his new book Vancouver Light, artist Bev Petow on her love of working with metal, Matthew McFarlane drops by with a beer advent calendar and Dr Brendan Burke on U Vic's archaeology site in Greece.
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