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Past Episodes: February 2013 Archives

The Yukon calls Matthew Lien back

ch72_p48_01.jpgMatthew Lien's wilderness-inspired music has made him a star in countries like Taiwan, and now China, but he still returns to the Yukon for inspiration.

He's back in the territory to introduce local audiences to some of his new work with a show at the Yukon Arts Centre.

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

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http://www.matthewlien.com/

The story of Reverend Joshua Phillpotts

Joshua Phillpotts wasn't afraid to take on a challenge, and that's one reason he moved from Jamaica to the Yukon in the 1960s.

His story is being retold right now as part of Black History Month celebrations.

Click on the link below to hear Dave speak with Paul Gowdie about Reverend Phillpotts.

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Meteor lights up the sky, causes damage

People in central Russia are cleaning up after a meteor streaked through the sky and left behind a sonic boom that shattered windows and damaged buildings, and that wasn't the only near miss of the day.

Click on the link below to hear science writer Andrew Fazekas talk to Dave about the incident.

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http://www.thenightskyguy.com/