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Saturday March 15
Chef Andrew George on Modern Native Feasts, Will Millar on his passion for painting, Frank Ritcey on keeping safe in the great out doors and Nisha Patel on sticking to a budget for your wedding!
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Sunday March 9
Looking back to the Roger's Pass Avalanche of 1910 with two survivors of that deadly disaster. A visit with three members of A Little Night Music Orchestra.
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Saturday March 8
Roddy Doyle in the Book Club, Harry Manx on loving, losing and finding again, Master Gardener Joanne Canning, Margaret Grenier on the First Nations Dance Festival.
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Sunday March 2
Cellist Trisha Doo, profound museum visits with Tim Willis, Alan Twigg talks about BC books about rock and roll and Ted Phillips takes us back to 1934 on the Big Screen.
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Saturday March 1
Irish author Roddy Doyle in the Book Club, actor and fight director Nicholas Harrison, more on the dangers of sitting and a visit to the pyramid at Summerhill Winery.
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Oyster farming, Powell River music and Roddy Doyle
Willow Yamauchi takes us to an oyster farm near Lund, Arthur Arnold talks about PRISMA and author Roddy Doyle describes what is on his bedside table.
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Nature sounds, natural history, horror films and dating in the digital world
Frank Ritcey brings us some of the sounds of the great outdoors, JB MacKinnon talks about The Once and Future World, a UBC student studies fear in advertising and our tech columnist looks at high tech relationships.
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Sunday February 9
Artist Robert Bateman, author Kathryn Para and on Voices of BC, Grace Chamberlain.
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Saturday February 8
Author Kim Fu, Smithers Secondary Big Band students, tips for starting seeds and The Love Letter Project.
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Sunday February 02
A 7 year old radio host, a 94 year old athlete, pop up shops and BC books.
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Saturday February 1
Stanley Coren on kids growing up with dogs, Carolyn Thomas on women's heart health, Erin Balser on the 5 Canada Reads books this year and aritist Johann Wessels on the immigrant experience.
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Cats, ballet, and glaciers
Dr Ted Morris has some advice on keeping your cat stress free, Eric Nipp talks about how he fell into ballet and how he loves it, and we'll hear about a Requiem for a Glacier
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Whiskey, corsets and Lawrence of Arabia
Melanie Talkington talks about her passion for corsets, collecting, researching and designing them, Darryl Lamb explains his passion for Scotch whiskey and provides samples and Ted Phillips revisits one of the great all time films.
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Sunday January 12
Dr Kate Moran of Ocean Networks Canada, performer and writer T.J. Dawe on his latest show Medicine, Voices of BC, and some high tech devices to help keep you moving.
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Saturday January 11
Author and performer Ivan Coyote talks about 5 books that have been important to her and textile artist Gloria Daly describes her work with blankets.
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Sunday January 5 podcast
Kate Braid on her memoir Journeywoman, Julie Fowler on her book The Grande Dames of the Cariboo, Kim Gray visits polar bears, Tim Willis talks about museums and technology and actor Anthony Ingram on being Uncle Vanya.
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Saturday January 04
Ceramic artist Keith Rice-Jones talks about his love of working with clay and Sharon Basaraba tackles some stereotypes about ageing.
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Award winning wild life photographer Connor Stefanison talks about his craft and lighting designer Mike Inwood tells us of his adventures getting the Christmas windows at Macy's all lit up.
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Saturday December 21
Nicola Cavendish and books that have been important to her, Rebecca Hass' family's new Yuletide, a visit to the Vancouver Chinese Choir, Matthew McFarlane samples some fine winter beers and poet Shirley Graham on her new Book of Blue.
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Nicola Cavendish - Shelf Life
Nicola Cavendish is our guest for our ongoing Shelf Life series where high profile British Colombians talk about five books that shaped their lives.
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Sunday December 15
Heidi Cave talks about her memoir Fancy Feet, Alice Chen talks about her successful wine exporting business, and Jackie Ellis invites us into Beaucoup Bakery in Vancouver.
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Saturday December 14
Maninder Dhaliwal on Tradeworks, Dr Ted Morris on keeping pets safe, help on choosing wine for the holidays, Jesse Donaldson on This Day in Vancouver and Peter Moynes publisher of Kootenay and Coast Mountain Culture
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NXNW Podcast Dec 8
On this podcast, making snow caves outdoor. Making cocktails in Victoria and a visit from the book panel with their season list.
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NXNW Podcast Dec 7
On the this podcast, suggestions for gifts for the handy-person on your list. A visit to Nelson to hear about the Panto going on there. And an interview with author Ian Rankin.
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A Simple Life, the shared economy and Voices of BC
Artist Jeff Molloy talks about the inspiration behind his new show A Simple Life, retail analyst Doug Stephens on the sharing economy and Patricia Halsem talks about her life on the west coast in the 1880's.
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Butter, Salish Knitting, Social Media Etiquette and Duck Soup
Rosie Daykin in the Cooking Club talking about Butter, her bakery and her book, Adam Olsen talks about the deep family history of his company Salish Fusion, Ted Phillips marks the 80th anniversary of the Marx Brothers' Duck Soup and social media etiquette
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Microcosmos String Quartet and Tim Willis on museums
A visit to a house concert featuring Microcosmos and a conversation with Tim Willis about museums wanting to help change the world.
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Dean Brody, Mollie Katzen and children's books
A visit with award winning singer Dean Brody, an NXNW Cooking Club with Mollie Katzen of the Moosewood cookbooks and suggestions for books for young readers.
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Sandra Djwa and David Suzuki
Author Sandra Djwa talks about her Governor General's Literary Award winning biography of poet and artist P.K.Page and David Suzuki discusses five books that have shaped his life.
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NXNW Podcast Saturday Nov. 16
Dr Stanley Coren talks about the "looks of love" we get from our dogs, Renee MacDonald explains how she fell for shoemaking and author Renee Sarojini Saklikar talks about her collection of poems about the children killed in the Air India bombing.
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NXNW Podcast Nov 10, 2013
Frank Ritcey on wildlife winter survival skills, actor and WW11 veteran Antony Holland on his one-man show inspired by his wartime experiences, Toque and Canoe's Kim Gray on the Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival.
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NXNW Podcast Nov 9, 2013
Bill Henderson of Chilliwack on the bands "new" CDs, the conclusion of "Blood: The Stuff of Life" at the Massey Lectures Book Club with Lawrence Hill, Circle Craft Christmas Market
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NXNW Podcast Nov 3, 2013
Chef Ricardo Larriveé share slow cooker secrets, mountain guide Edward Fuez in the Rob Budd's latest "Voices of BC," Tom and Chris Hooper of The Grapes of Wrath, veterinarian Dr. Ted Morris on end-of-life care for beloved pets.
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NXNW Podcast Nov 2, 2013
Lawrence Hill at the Massey Lectures Book Club with Blood: The Stuff of Life, Matthew McFarlane on fresh-hopped beer (and opera too), Jorge Rodriques on home improvements for the holidays.
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NXNW Podcast Oct 27, 2013
Bill Terry and Rosemary Bates on their book, Beauty By Design: Inspired Gardening in the Pacific Northwest; Tim Willis on how and why modern museums are thinking outside the glass box; poet Brad Cran on his book, Ink on Paper.
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NXNW Podcast Oct 26, 2013
Grant Lawrence on his new book, The Lonely End of the Rink; Professor Nicola Levell on her MOA exhibit, The Marvellous Real, Shelley Boetcher on wine for the Halloween sweet tooth, Kerri Brandel with last minute costume advice.
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NXNW Podcast Oct 20, 2013
Polly Horvath and the NXNW Kids' Book Club, Joe and Joel Fafard and "A Tune to Art," Arthur Black takes the Shelf Life test, Sharon Basaraba on breaking bad health habits.
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NXNW Podcast Oct 19, 2013
Archivist Colin Preston on International Home Movie Day, JJ Lee and Jenna Herbut on the changing face of craft, Chef Lynn Crawford on her latest cookbook, the Halfmoon Bay Apple Festival.
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NXNW Podcast Oct 13, 2013
French Kids Eat Everything author Karen Le Billon, A Tale of the Time Being author Ruth Ozeki, The Society Anxiety Hour's Kris Elgstrand.
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NXNW Podcast Oct 13, 2013
Accordion man Geoff Berner on his debut novel, Festival Man; Fort Langley Heritage Society's Bays Blackhall at the Fort Langley Cranberry Festival, and Master Gardener Shelaigh Garson.
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NXNW Podcast Sun Oct 6, 2013
Meribeth Deen on the Vancouver Island Traditional Foods Conference, Ted Phillips on Singin' in the Rain, Doug Stephens on e-commerce and the future of shopping, Erin Balser on the Giller Shortlist
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NXNW Podcast Sat, Oct 5 2013
Ceri Marsh of Sweet Potato Chronicles on "How to Feed a Family;" Dr. Stanley Coren on dogs, people and personality; musician Melissa Bandura AKA Familiar Wild
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NXNW Podcast Sept 29, 2013
Artist John Koerner celebrates his 100th birthday, Florence Reedman in Robert Budd's Voices of British Columbia series, Dr. Ted Morris on dental health for pets, Bramwell Tovey on Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring.
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NXNW Podcast Sept 28/13
24-hour Narrate-a-thon at UBC's Crane Library, Neil Hammond of the band Thereafter, Matthew McFarlane on Oktoberfest beer, Willa-Lee Reid on the arts in Squamish, artist Lucas Glenn puts the Internet on paper.
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NXNW Podcast September 22, 2013
VPL's Aboriginal Storyteller in Residence Columpa C. Bobb; Frank Ritcey teaches us how to talk to the amorous animals in BC's forests; Charles Wilkinson on his new doc, Oil Sands Karaoke.
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NXNW Podcast Sept 21, 2013
Judson Beaumont's whimsical furniture, Roy Henry Vickers and Robert Budd their book Raven Brings the Light, VSO School of Music's Curtis Pendleton on music education at any age, Chef David Hawksworth prepares to bring to cooke James Beard House.
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NXNW Podcast Sunday September 14, 2013
Celeste Snowber and Jodi Proznick on their show "Woman Giving Birth to a Red Pepper," our personal finance columnist Nisha Patel on avoiding massive student debt, Ted Rodonets of the Terry Fox Run in Powell River.
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NXNW Podcast September 14, 2013
Barbara Adler on Accordion Noir Festival, sign artist Cameron Stewart, Laura Marks on "Experiments in Arab Cinema," master gardener Renee Newell.
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