Chris Dare will, quite literally, travel to ends of the earth to achieve his dream of scaling the world’s tallest mountains.audio
The tiny, exotic monsters of the Pokemon Go universe have invaded Edmonton.audio
With a little elbow grease and a lot of ingenuity, a new Alberta business is churning out biodegradable auto parts made from wood, hemp and flax.
Radio Active's food columnist Doreen Prei shares her most delectable dish.
Wednesday July 27, 2016
On the show...Even though business is booming in the Rockies we'll find out why many Alberta hotels are struggling to stay afloat. And the first ever made-in-Alberta satellite is headed into space. We talk with one of the creators of the ex-Alta 1 Cube.
Tuesday July 26, 2016
On the show...We dig into the court battle brewing between the Alberta government and power companies over power purchasing agreements and an alleged secret clause. And we talk Dinosaur C-S-I with American paleontologist Robert Bakker.
Monday July 25, 2016
On the show...Have you ever been to a genuine powwow? A regional First Nations Chief wants to invite you to take part in one during K-Days. And we wade into the beer battle brewing between Alberta and our closest neighbours
Friday July 22, 2016
On the show...A new report says it's time for Canada to negotiate Metis rights. The lawyer for the Metis Nation of Alberta explains what needs to happen next. And science columnist Torah Kachur with surprising new research about gender specific toys.
Friday July 22, 2016
On the show...It's everywhere. We'll look at what's behind the explosive popularity of Pokemon Go. And Edmontonians can now bring the internet with them wherever they are. We'll tell you about the public library's new Wifi hot-spot lending program.
Wednesday July 20, 2016
On the show...We talk to the producer of a new documentary that explores the industry and culture of big fat Indian weddings. And a helmet worn by one of the Jamaican bobsledders at the 1988 Calgary Winter Olympics goes on the auction block.
Tuesday July 19, 2016
On the show...A tragic crash at the Cold Lake Airshow claims the life of a Calgary pilot. We'll talk to an Edmonton stunt pilot about the risks. And can you have too much of a good thing? We'll tell you why some local farmers might be feeling that way.
Monday July 18, 2016
On the show...Local actor and producer Jesse Lipscombe tells us how a chance encounter turned into a meaningful life moment. And we'll tell you why an Edmonton paramedic is trading in Prairie sunshine for the chilly waters of the Arctic.
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