The Afternoon Edition - Sask'Where I'm From' Showcases Student PoemsApr 23, 2014 | 7:06When Bill Robertson started teaching a poetry class almost ten years ago, he put together a small book of student poems. Now he`s taken on the challenge of creating a retrospective collection spanning the years 2005-2013. Craig finds out more from Bill.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskTemporary Foreign Workers and SK ManufacturersApr 23, 2014 | 7:49The Saskatchewan Manufacturing Council says temporary foreign workers are critical to the success of our province`s manufacturing sector. Craig speaks with their Executive Director, Derek Lothian.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskLaunching a Weather Balloon Into the StratosphereApr 22, 2014 | 8:12On Saturday a team of U of R students sent a helium balloon into the air with a payload attached. The balloon travelled about 30 km into the stratosphere before popping. Craig speaks with student Mhmoud Essalah about the experiment.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskCyclotron Finds Home at U of SApr 22, 2014 | 6:59Earlier today, the U of S got a brand new hi-tech device installed on campus. It`s called a cyclotron. Craig finds out how it works from the cylotron project manager.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskA Surprising Las Vegas AdventureApr 17, 2014 | 9:29A trip to Las Vegas for some Saskatoon friends took a few surprising turns. When you hear what happened at the airport, on the strip, and finally in a wedding chapel, you'll find out why we were interested. Craig learns more from two of the women.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskTelling Sailor Dan`s storyApr 16, 2014 | 6:46Ishtiaq Opal is a photography student at the University of Saskatchewan. Recently he spent some time with Saskatoon street artist 'Sailor Dan', and the video he created about Dan`s art and life has become viral. Craig learns more from Ishtiaq.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskProtecting Saskatchewan Seniors from FraudApr 16, 2014 | 6:34Stories of Saskatchewan seniors being defrauded have been much too common in recent days. Craig speaks with one of the authors of a book called 'Parenting Your Parents'. He provides some tips on how you can help protect the seniors in your life.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskRemembering the Boston Marathon BombingApr 15, 2014 | 9:48Weyburn's Diana and Gerry Nagy were at the 2013 Boston Marathon, and we spoke to them from Boston on that day. Craig checks in again today, on the first anniversary of the event, as they prepare to head back to Boston for this year's event.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskAllegra Haynes 'Shows Us What She's Got!'Apr 14, 2014 | 5:33Every year the Regina and Saskatoon Public Library's ask young people from 12-18 to "show them what they've got!" by creating a film trailer for their favourite book. Craig speaks with Regina's first place winner, 12-year-old Allegra Haynes.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskBouncing Back from an Upsetting TheftApr 14, 2014 | 7:06When a teenager's wish was granted by the Make-a-Wish Foundation,
he wanted to take along his grandparents, too. A bottle drive was part of the plan, until thieves walked off with everything he had collected. Craig finds out what happened next.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskFormer Coach Invited to NHL Star's Final GameApr 14, 2014 | 7:37Craig speaks with Lloyd Friesen. He's the Saskatchewan hockey coach who was at Edmonton Oiler Ryan Smyth's final game...by special invitation from Smyth himself.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskRegina's 'Fresh and Sweet' Featured on Food NetworkApr 11, 2014 | 7:09You know you're doing something right when 'You Gotta Eat Here!' knocks on your door. That's what happened for the owners of 'Fresh and Sweet'. They're featured on tonight's episode. Craig Lederhouse speaks to one of the women about the experience.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskA Bold Vision' from U of R's Eman BareApr 11, 2014 | 6:33Eman Bare is one of 23 Canadian women invited to share her vision for Canada over the next 150 years. Craig Lederhouse speaks with this third year journalism student and activist about the prestigious company she's keeping on that list.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskU of S Professor Honoured With Prestigious PrizeApr 10, 2014 | 7:28Craig speaks with U of S Prof. Jim Miller. He just won a $100-thousand Killam prize in recognition of his research studying the relationships between Canada's First Nations people and newcoemrs to the country.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskHow Art is Used As a Surgical Tool at the U of SApr 9, 2014 | 7:51The Surgical Humanities Program at the U of S suggests art can be used as a vehicle for healing. Both patients and doctors are encouraged to engage in creative expression. Craig finds out more from department head and neurosurgeon Dr. Ivar Mendez.