What happens when your tongue-in-cheek fundraising campaign goes completely viral? We also meet a theatre company that needs help with a new production, find out why people still dig QSL cards and why letter writing is back in vogue.
Curtis Collins is looking for new students, and new money, for Dawson City's School of Visual Arts, Music Yukon wants to build the scene in Whitehorse, a chat with blues singer Jenna Marie Bourgeois and the BBC's Dan Snow tackles the Yukon.
On this edition of the podcast, Dave speak with Yukoner Trish Newport, about to head to Mosul, Iraq, to work with MSF. Also, Basia Bulat returns to the Yukon, Berton House writer Debra Komar digs up some old crimes and the King of the Yukon.
On this edition of the podcast, Gary Bailie provides a preview of the Blue Feather Music Festival, Nadine Landry and Sammy Lind decide to leave the territory, and Halin de Repentigny and literary editor Laura Bradford.
On this edition of the podcast, Yukon historians Michael and Cathy Gates attend the NYC premiere of Dawson City: Frozen Time. Also, Harry Rusk recalls his years at the Grand Ole Opry, author Teva Harrison receives a G-G nomination, and Teagan Johnston.
On this edition of the podcast, Kim Winnicky explains how the Yukon landed one of the Canada 150 signature events. Also, musician Sophie Villeneuve wins a major contest, authors Teva Harrison and Cea Sunrise Person and the hottest tea towel in Canada.
On this edition of the podcast, Dave talks to some of the new students at the School of Visual Arts in Dawson City. Also, car sharing in Whitehorse, shooting a doc for Red Bull TV and The Tale Of A Town.
On this edition of the podcast, Dave White speaks with Charles Ketchebaw about the stories of Whitehorse he's gathering for The Tale Of A Town. Also, conversations with art curator Peter Morin, author Luke Dittrich and the record hunters' summer finds.
On this edition of the podcast, Dave finds out if a royal visit really has delayed the Yukon election. Also, producing a music festival and a can-can show in Dawson City, and a Yukoner goes behind the scenes of TV coverage of the Rio Olympics
On this edition of the podcast, Dave meets the PRO 8000 riders, cycling from the coast of Alaska to South Florida. Also, Denis Morin recounts his swim of the entire Yukon River and new music from Old Cabin.
On this edition of the podcast, the League of Lady Wrestlers returns to Dawson City. Also, dealing with abandoned buildings in the former mining town of Faro, how to photograph Yukon wildlife and the music of Joey O'Neil.
On this edition of the podcast, Dave White speaks with the producers of the Atlin and Dawson Music Festivals, along with Dawson festival performer Def3. Also, Karlo Krauzig of the Yukon Shine distillery.
On this edition of the Airplay podcast, Dave speaks with the Yukon's Trish Newport, who has just returned from working with MSF on the border of Syria and Lebanon. Also, art in Carcross, the Guild Theatre season and Diyet and The Olympic Symphonium.