North by Northwest | Aug 25, 2013 | 43:22

NXNW Podcast Aug 25, 2013

Author Bill Gaston on his latest novel, The World; a tour of Genghis Khan: the Exhibition, given by its creator Don Lessem; the Bergmann Duo on the life of a piano duo; and Sam Waddington talks about how to see bioluminescence off BC's shores.

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