North by Northwest
Saturday December 2012/20/14
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.
Sunday November 9
Poet Christopher Levenson talks about his collection, which is nominated for a Governor General's literary award, writer Anne Fletcher explains the origins of her play Duty Calls and jewellery maker Sasha Shkolnik describes how she's inspired by...
Saturday November 8
Dorie Greenspan in the Cooking Club, Leanne Prain talks about her book Strange Material, Micheal Batten explains why he loves model trains and Dr Ted Morris highlights some unexpected poisons for pets.
Saturday November 1
Eric Holden talks about winning the Clipper Round the World Race, Libby Osler and Sam Spear explain about their modern take on Hamlet, a visit to the Burrowing Owl Winery with manager Chris Wyse, and Yotam Ottolenghi in the Cooking Club
Sunday November 2
Author Aislinn Hunter on her new novel, Ian McAllister takes us to the Great Bear Wild, a conversation with Joseph Elworthy of Koerner Quartet and artist Chenoa Gao about mustaches and art.
Saturday October 25
A tribute to poet and artist Phyllis Webb, a visit to John's Jukes in Vancouver, Cassius Khan and Amika Kushwaha talk about their festival and vionist Tetsuumi Nagata talks about being home to Nanaimo.
Sunday, October 26
Charmian Christie, The Messy Baker in the Cooking Club, composer Farshid Samandari, author Sanford Osler on canoes in west coast history, master gardener Sue Ackerman
Saturday October 18
Author Emily St John Mandel, some young innovators in Vancouver and rocker Bif Naked on taking the Welfare Food Challenge.
Sunday October 19
A visit to a rehearsal for the new opera "Stickboy", a conversation with author and historian Jean Barman, Robert Budd with another edition of Voices of BC, and Erin Balser talks about books about running.
NXNW Podcast Oct 11, 2014
Frazey Ford on her new album "Indian Ocean," Mark Leiren-Young on comedy and censorship, Eagranie Yuh on the International Chocolate Awards, Dr. Ted Morris on pets and pain, Jamey Ordolis on travel apps and websites.
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