North by NorthwestSaturday, February 21Feb 21, 2015 | 45:12A visit to Char's Landing in Port Alberni, Stephanie Yuen drops by with some Chinese New Year treats, a conversation with The Green Mama and playwrite Justin Carter talks about his new one man show.
North by NorthwestNXNW Podcast Jul 26 2014Jul 26, 2014 | 51:30Chinese-Canadian singing sensation Wanting; soprano and Lieder aficionado Martha Guth; Fraser Valley singer-songwriter John Welsh; and NXNW retail columnist Doug Stephens all join guest-host Paolo Pietropaolo.
North by NorthwestRaziel Reid reflects on When Everything Feels Like the MoviesMar 14, 2015 | 18:14Canada Reads starts on Monday, and Vancouver author Raziel Reid's debut novel When Everything Feels Like the Movies is one of five contenders vying for the title.
North by NorthwestMendelssohn's Elijah opens in VancouverMar 22, 2015 | 17:51Mendelssohn’s iconic masterpiece Elijah, which will be performed by the Vancouver Bach Choir in collaboration with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra on Saturday.
North by NorthwestMade-in-B.C. bike-powered mills empower South Sudan villageMar 29, 2015 | 16:00Chris and Josh Hergesheimer brothers recently wrote a book, The Flour Peddler: A Global Journey into Local Food from Canada to South Sudan.
North by NorthwestRecipe: Rosie Alyea’s Sweetapolita “best-ever” buttermilk cakeApr 11, 2015 | 14:39Rosie Alyea's new cake book features a number of her favourite recipes including her take on the classical buttermilk cake
North by NorthwestNXNW Podcast April 12, 2014Apr 12, 2015 | 43:32Cozy Classic's Holman Wang on his "Star Wars Epic Yarns" children's board books, CBC Music producer Grant Rowledge remembers Jurgen Gothe, "The Urban Homesteading Cookbook" author Michelle Nelson, poet Chelene Knight.
North by NorthwestOyster farming, Powell River music and Roddy DoyleFeb 16, 2014 | 27:02Willow Yamauchi takes us to an oyster farm near Lund, Arthur Arnold talks about PRISMA and author Roddy Doyle describes what is on his bedside table.
North by NorthwestPhotography and monumentsApr 27, 2014 | 22:26Photographer Yolande Morin explains the inspiration she finds in nature and in ancient history and artist Matilda Aslizadeh talks about her monument to the victims of the Armenian genocide.