Daybreak Again: February 9/10, 2013
It was a wedding that captivated the world. On July 29, 1981, a young Diana Spencer married Prince Charles at St. Paul's Cathedral in London. Hundreds of millions of people around the world watched on television as Diana stepped out of a horse-drawn carriage in a billowing ivory taffeta dress. Now that gown, along with 28 other designer dresses, childhood memorabilia, and a lot of family bling can be seen at West Edmonton Mall. Daybreak's Nola Keeler got a sneak peek at the exhibit and she spoke with Russell Bowers about Diana: A Celebration.
According to the Althorp Estate, profits from this exhibition will go to The Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund.
The search is on for the next great Alberta play. The Alberta Playwrights Competition is the oldest provincial playwrighting contest. Two cash prizes are on offer for original, unproduced scripts written by anyone who's a resident of Alberta. Trevor Reuger is Executive Director of Alberta Playwrights Network and he stopped in to talk with Russell about the importance of this type of competition, plus the challenges of making it happen each year.
CBC Television is once again celebrating Hockey Day in Canada in NHL cities and across the country, including celebrations in Banff. Doug Dirks and Russell reminsced about their hockey memories.
Over the last year, Toronto musician, Corin Raymond has been undertaking an unusual fundraising campaign. He's been asking Canadians to donate their Canadian Tire money to pay for his new album. He's on tour in Alberta to continue that effort for his album and book, called Paper Nickels.
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