Sun Dec 14
Matthew White is the artistic director of Early Music Vancouver. He talk about Bach's Christmas Oratorio. Writer Danial Neil talks about his latest novel My June. Tech columnist Jamey Ordolis tells us how apps and websites can really help when it comes to improving our health.
Writer Danial Neil talks about his latest novel my June. Tech columnist Jamey Ordolis tells us how apps and websites can really help when it comes to improving our health and Mark Forsythe and Greg Dickson talk about the Christmas truce and about their book From the West Coast to the Western Front.
A conversation with poet and novelist Arleen Pare about her book Lake of Two Mountains for which she won a Governor General Award. A visit to the studio of jewellery maker Anita Sikma and a visit to the Museum of Anthropology in Vancouver to see a photography exhibit from Nairobi called Pigapichal,
which translates to "take my picture!" Our outdoor
guy, Frank Ritcey tells us why it's important to go slowly when you're
walking in nature and The Great Lobster Cookbook by Matt Dean Pettit is featured on the NXNW cooking club.
You'll hear from two young violinists who are also
members of the Okanagan Symphony Youth Orchestra, Bob Bossin will talk
about his gangster father inspired him to write a book and a one man show, we'll visit
sculptor Fran Jenkins
in her new studio (which she shares with her daughter who is also a
stone sculptor) which is part of the East Side Culture Crawl and then head
out ice climbing with Sam Waddington.
Brian Matheson and Chris Dobranski talk about the World Jade Symposium
on in Vancouver this weekend, Germ Guy Jason Tetro explains why your
microbes don't like it when you drink too much, Ben Parfitt talks about
his wife Alicia Priest's book about her father and the great Yukon
silver ore heist, A Rock Fell on the Moon, and we'll visit the studio of internationally acclaimed wood artist Peter Pierobon.