North by Northwest
NXNW Podcast August 1, 201508/02/15
Fort Langley historical "re-enactor" Erin Easingwood, extreme balloon artist and Powell Street Festival organizer Michael Ouchi, Brent Hine of UBC Botanical Gardens on alpine plants, a tribute to Antony Holland, Sam Waddington on multi-day hikes.
NXNW Podcast August 2, 2015
Comedian and Pride Vancouver Legacy award-winner David C. Jones, certified BBQ competition judge Ben Garfinkel, a visit to Salt Spring Wild Cider with guest host Margaret Gallagher.
NXNW Podcast July 25, 2015
Shelf Life with Lisa Charleyboy; Circle Craft Summer Market Tour with Effie Baker, Jo Ludwig of Kiln Art Glass & Darrell Perfumo of West Coast Gnomes; wrester Don Leo Jonathan, Edgar Harden of Old Spirits Company
NXNW Podcast July 26, 2015
Deborah Hodge on her new book "West Coast Wild," Ghostly Gastown Tours with Stephanie Watts, harpsichord builder Craig Tomlinson, Dr. Brett Belchetz on Lyme disease
Sunday July 19
Artist Sandra Meigs in her Victoria studio, author Debra Komar solves historical crimes, hanging out with Rebecca Haas and fish oil from weeds.
Saturday July 18
Dorie Greenspan in the NXNW Cooking Club, Johnny Wikkerink talks popsicles, Babette Santos and Kathara and filmmaker Charles Wilkinson on his documentary on Haida Gwaii.
Sunday July 12
Metalwork artist Bert Lambier talks about his love of working with the medium and Dr Gabor Mate talks books on Shelf Life.
Saturday July 11
A visit to Helen Stewart's garden to talk about her new book, Charles MacPherson has some timely etiquette tips, Matthew McFarlane talks about sour beers, and Alex Downie has some information for helping gardens through the drought.
Sunday July 5
Rick Hansen talks about books that have been important to him, Frank Ritcey continues the tour of Wells Gray Park, Ted Morris has travel tips for pets and Crystalynn Tarr talks about how her paintings are grounded.
Saturday July 4
Jonathan Berkowitz on the National Puzzlers League, Mike Murphy of 10 Acres Farm and Bistro, Richard Hebda at the RBCM, poet Raoul Fernandes and Sherry Buttnor on the night sky in July.
Sunday June 28
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.
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