CBC B.C. Roundup: October 2012 Archives
Thursday October 18, 2012
Here's a look at some stories that have been airing on other CBC B.C. radio programs that you might like to hear:
And make sure you check out everything that's been on Daybreak North this week by browsing our archives.
- On B.C. Almanac on Tuesday, Mark Forsythe had a conversation about what parents, teachers and students can do to prevent bullying.
- From Radio West, the next big thing in vegetarianism? Hunting.
- Also from Radio West, after Wednesday's earthquake in Fort St John, scientists are trying to find out if there's a link between increased seismic activity and the oil and gas sector.
- From Daybreak Kamloops, a discussion about museums' increased reliance on private funding to stay afloat.
- And from Daybreak South, a love-struck elk had to be relocated after harassing too many cattle.
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