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Past Episodes: September 2011 Archives

Yukon musicians looking to BreakOut

The Western Canadian Music Awards and BreakOut West Conference will draw industry leaders to the Yukon in late October, and give local musicians the perfect opportunity to look for their big break.

Debbie Peters runs Magnum Opus Management, and she's involved in organizing the conference.

Click on the link below to hear her speak with Dave.

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Country singer inspires Canadian filmmaker

When Montreal-based filmmaker Tara Johns was looking for inspiration, just about the last place she thought she would find it was in a country music legend.

But Dolly Parton caught her eye, and the more she looked into it, the more Parton's life and work inspired her.

Johns' new film is called The Year Dolly Parton Was My Mother.

Johns is in Whitehorse to present the film, and continue a relationship she has established with Parton's literacy program, The Imagination Library.

Click on the link below to hear Tara Johns speak with Dave.

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Will daytime TV viewers embrace The Chew?

Food has become one of the most popular topics for television programs, but there haven't been many daytime network programs devoted to it.

But now viewers have a new addition to the tv menu, thanks to the program The Chew.

Airplay's pop culture expert Lisha Hassanali has seen the first episode, and she tells Dave if it's worth watching.

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