The Afternoon Edition - SaskBringing Back the BuffaloMar 13, 2014 | 5:47A program going on at a Saskatoon high school this week must be doing something right. It's got students sticking around until 7:30 - and they're not playing sports! They're writing poetry and short stories. Craig Lederhouse finds out more
The Afternoon Edition - SaskHumans of SaskatoonMar 13, 2014 | 7:25The Humans of Saskatoon... are heading to Facebook. And it's all courtesy of a brother and sister team of photographers. Host Craig Lederhouse takes a behind-the-scenes look at this very personal project.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskLosing a Piece of Moose Jaw HistoryMar 13, 2014 | 7:14Fire has claimed another piece of Moose Jaw's heritage, putting people out of their homes and businesses. The Afternoon Edition takes a look at what the loss of the Jubilee Building means for a city that has made its past a part of its future.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskAn argument against teens and tanning bedsMar 12, 2014 | 6:45Ontario dermatologist Samir Gupta talks with Craig about successfully lobbying his government to ban teens from indoor tanning, and why he thinks the Saskatchewan government should do the same.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskBreaking It Down: How Bitcoins WorkMar 11, 2014 | 7:03With all the talk about Bitcoins in the media these days, many don't understand what they are, or how they work. Host Craig Lederhouse gets the scoop from a local Bitcoin enthusiast who thinks the future looks promising for the virtual currency.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskPat Simmons on Brier WinMar 10, 2014 | 8:46Moose Jaw's Pat Simmons talks with Craig about winning his first Canadian Men's Curling Championship with the Kevin Koe team out of Calgary.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskResponse to the Feds Grain Transport OrderMar 7, 2014 | 7:47Earlier today the federal government ordered CN and CP to move a minimum amount of grain every week. Host Craig Lederhouse speaks with a U of S professor about whether it's a big enough move to deal with the problem.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskBison Tears at Saskatchewan's LegislatureMar 6, 2014 | 5:33Apparitions, messages in toast, and now a weeping bison. There's something strange going on at the Legislature. I it a miracle or more mundane? Guest host Britainy Robinson finds out.
The Afternoon Edition - Sask'The Church' in Brock, SaskatchewanMar 6, 2014 | 5:24When is a church, not a church? When it's a concert venue! Guest host Britainy Robinson takes you to Brock where people have turned an empty church into a place for music, culture and arts.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskThe Fretless Live on the Afternoon Edition!Mar 5, 2014 | 14:19It's not often you come across a string quartet that doesn't play classical music. But The Fretless is anything but formal. Before they hit the road for a Saskatchewan tour a couple of the band members dropped by the Afternoon Edition studio to perform.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskCBC EXCLUSIVE: Highway Construction ProblemsMar 5, 2014 | 7:30A highway delayed... is transportation denied. Host Craig Lederhouse learns from CBC'S Geoff Leo why 50 percent of highways contracts were late last year and what's being done about it.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskSaskatchewan MP Talks GrainMar 4, 2014 | 7:14Saskatchewan Conservative MP David Anderson is also a grain farmer. Host Craig Lederhouse talks to him about the backlog in getting grain to market.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskCN Rail Weighs in on Grain TransportMar 4, 2014 | 7:46According to CN Rail, trains can't get all our grain to port this winter because cold weather has slowed them down dramatically. That's why they think charging railways penalties won't help. Host Craig Lederhouse gets the whole explanation.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskSenator Andreychuk Returns from UkraineMar 3, 2014 | 8:57Last week Craig Lederhouse spoke with Saskatchewan Senator Raynell Andreychuk before she went to Ukraine as part of a Canadian delegation. She's back, and they touch base again about what she experienced while there.