North by NorthwestSaturday April 25Apr 25, 2015 | 54:33Creative Aging with Karen Close, back stage at the opera with Head of Wardrobe Margaret Underhill, poetry with Janet Rogers and the Cooking Club visit with Sarah Britten and My New Roots.
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 NorthwestScott Sampson says children need to be let "wild" to enjoy a healthy lifeApr 11, 2015 | 10:57Scott Sampson believes kids have lost touch with nature, and parents are partially to blame. In his new book he stresses the need for children to reconnect with the outdoors for a healthier life.
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 11, 2014Apr 11, 2015 | 52:32Sweetapolita's Rosie Alyea in the NXNW Cooking Club, Scott Sampson on how to raise a "wild child," Matthew McFarlane on session ales, Oliver Swain and Glenna Garramone on Leonard Cohen, poet Daniel Zomperelli.
North by NorthwestB.C. septuagenarian chronicles bike ride from Whitehorse to VictoriaApr 5, 2015 | 10:30When John Crouch turned 70, he celebrated not by going on a cruise or throwing a huge party, but by cycling 2,500 kilometres from Whitehorse to his home in Victoria.
North by NorthwestBetty Keller to be presented with prestigious literary awardApr 5, 2015 | 16:00Most British Columbians generally won't expect a personal call from the Lieutenant Governor. Author Betty Keller is no exception.
North by NorthwestSunday April 5Apr 5, 2015 | 53:13A visit to Hives for Humanity in Vancouver, a conversation with Betty Keller, winner of the Lieutenant Governor's Award for Literary Excellence, John Crouch talks about his long bike ride and Kiri Daust gets ready to play with the PGSO.
North by NorthwestVancouver beekeeping program engages at-risk communitiesApr 5, 2015 | 16:40Bees play an important role in the ecosystem, as they pollinate crops and produce honey, but it turns out they can play a therapeutic role for humans as well.