Radio Active

  • Radio Active

    Radio Active

    Radio Active offers an entertaining and lively blend of news and information as you wind down your work day.

    Posted: Aug 21, 2015 2:13 PM MT
    Last Updated: Aug 21, 2015 2:38 PM MT


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  • Tuesday March 20, 2018

    Audio Chris Chang-Yen Phillips reflects on his term as historian laureate

    Chang-Yen Phillips is wrapping up his term as Edmonton’s fourth historian laureate, which is a two-year position as the city’s ambassador on the history of the city.

    Listen 7:30
  • Friday March 16, 2018

    Audio Radio Active Podcast - March 16, 2018

    On the show...Edmonton Eskimos President and C-E-O Len Rhodes gives us an update on his very personal battle with prostate cancer. And so much for the cute little furry creatures that eat nuts. In years when squirrels have plenty of food.... male squirrels are killing the babies of their younger rivals. A researcher from the U of A will explain why.

    Listen 18:40
  • Friday March 16, 2018

    Audio Len Rhodes on his fight with cancer

    Len Rhodes, the CEO of the Edmonton professional football team, talks with Rod Kurtz about his battle with cancer.

    Listen 10:51
  • Thursday March 15, 2018

    Audio Radio Active Podcast - March 14, 2018

    On the show....We talk to the artistic director of the Citadel Theatre about the apology letter that was published this morning. Daryl Cloran is apologizing for an environment of bullying and harrsassment. And it'll take a Canadian team from London, England to the tip of Mongolia. We talk to Edmontonian Shawn Hiron about a wild car race he's signed up for this summer.

    Listen 14:45
  • Thursday March 15, 2018

    Audio Radio Active Podcast - March 15, 2018

    On the show...There's been a lot of talk in the city the last few days about building a gondola across the North Saskatchewan River. We talk to the City of Portland, which has been operating one since 2006. And battling Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. After suffering for years with O-C-D...Jennifer Masek found out she wasn't alone. And now she wants to help others. She shares her story with us.

    Listen 15:59
  • Thursday March 15, 2018

    Audio Radio Active Podcast - March 13, 2018

    On the show...Former and current female guards at the Edmonton Institution have filed a $43.4-million lawsuit against Correctional Service of Canada and the Union of Canadian Correctional Officers over allegations of sexual harrassment. CBC's Raffy Boudjikanian with details. And it's an idea that could have you admiring the River Valley from up high. We talk to tthe winner of the Edmonton Project and find out how they plan to turn the idea into reality.

    Listen 13:10
  • Thursday March 15, 2018

    Audio The first radio story CBC Edmonton ever told

    There was a launch ... and then, there was an official launch of CBC Edmonton. This story, from 70 years ago, hit the airwaves before CBC Edmonton officially launched in 1948.

    Listen 5:37
  • Wednesday March 14, 2018

    Audio How Portland's tram became an iconic symbol for the city

    Dylan Rivera from Portland's transportation department talks about the city's tram, which has operated since 2006.

    Listen 7:45


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