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Saturday February 6

In the spirit of Family Day weekend, we speak with Jake and Damien Evans, a father-son duo from Penticton who travel B.C. sharing their love of dance and reading with young students. 

The Freda Diesing School of Northwest Coast Art in Terrace is having their annual student exhibition at the local art gallery. we've caught up with two young artists whose traditional First Nations art will be on display. 

CBC Radio producer Elaine Chau stops in to share her family's Lunar New Year food traditions. Elaine's family is Hong Kong Chinese. 

Robyn Driedger-Klassen has received awards from the Vancouver Women's Musical Society when she was an emerging professional. And now, she is adjudicating the society's scholarship competition. She shares her full-circle journey and teaches us about the nuances of classical voice instruction.

Four-time Latin Grammy winner, two-time Juno award winner Alex Cuba popped in to talk about the love of his life, small town living in Smithers and his latest album, Healer.



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Sunday January 31

We visit Hopcott's family farm in Pitt Meadows where multiple generations are creating a vibrant, sustainable living on land they've owned since 1932.

Salt Spring Island author Ronald Wright talks about his book, The Gold Eaters, a novel about 16th Century Peru and the arrival of the Spaniards, whom the Inca called Gold Eaters.

Plus word play from the Puzzling Professor.


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Saturday January 30

John Neville drops in with our first Bird Song of the Month feature.  Today the American Black Duck.
We'll meet the dynamic young creators of Vancouver's first craft cider, Sunday Cider, about how they're growing the business with the environment, community and family as their inspiration.

How are those New Year's resolutions going? Life coach, Rebecca Hass has some sage advice about holding on to your resolve.

Visual artist Bill Horne talks about his latest exhibition at the Two Rivers Gallery in Prince George, called Behind the Lines.
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