Radio West | Feb 15, 2013 | 8:28

Radio West Reads: Cowboy Poet

Radio West celebrated reading, and the Okanagan Reads campaign, with a special show at the Kelowna library. Cowboy poet Ken Mather joined Rebecca Zandbergen with his take on reading, writing, and the role cowboy poetry played in Okanagan history.

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