Alberta Flood

Daybreak Again: July 13/14, 2013

Now you can hear the entire Daybreak show online. Enjoy!

This week, interviews with personal finance writer Nisha Patel on getting the most out of retail loyalty cards, filmmaker Dylan Ferguson on handing out cameras to hitch-hikers, plus travel writer Glenn Dixon and his new book, Tripping the World Fantastic, comedian Chris Griffin on why he really got into comedy, travel blogger Kim Grey on the lure of Nova Scotia's southern shore, and Alberta's Minister of Culture Heather Klimchuk on flood relief for the Arts.

Plus tracks from Rae Spoon, George Benson, Jane Hawley, and Corb Lund's Stampede tribute song.

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HOUR ONE, Daybreak July 13, 2013

Music from Len, Exile, Buckman Coe, Jane Hawley, George Benson, and Rick Moranis; plus the Saturday Papers, the Ad Guy and food columnist Khalil Aktar.

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HOUR TWO, Daybreak July 13, 2013

Music from Roxy Music, One Direction, Buddy Guy, Classified with David Myles, Field Assembly and Samantha Savage Smith; personal finance columnist Nisha Patel, and the Couch Potato Report.

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HOUR THREE, Daybreak July 13, 2013

Music from Tupelo Honey, Ron Sexsmith, Rae Spoon, Rush and Corb Lund; interviews with filmmaker Dylan Ferguson, and travel writer Glenn Dixon.

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HOUR ONE, Daybreak July 14, 2013

Music from Glen Campbell, Chloe Alberta, Tegan & Sara, Raffi, Supertramp, The Doors and Joni Mitchell; plus the Sunday Papers, and the Sunday Funnies.

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HOUR TWO, Daybreak July 14, 2013

Music from Steve Miller Band, Elton John, Rachelle van Zanten, Tom Robinson, and Jann Arden; plus travel blogger Kim Grey on the lure of Nova Scotia's southern shore, and You Heard It Here First.

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HOUR THREE, Daybreak July 14, 2013

Music from Daft Punk, Carrie Day, Same Title/Different Song features The irish Descendants & Kathleen Edwards; plus comedian Chris Griffen on why he really got into comedy, and Alberta's Minister of Culture Heather Klimchuk.

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