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Radio West
with Rebecca Zandbergen

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Radio West weekdays 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
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Playlist for October 1

4:00-4:30

Song: September Fields
Album: Indian Ocean
Artist: Frazey Ford

4:30-5:00

Song: Lost
Album: Something In The Ether
Artist: Fish and Bird

5:00-5:30

Song: Prosperity
Album: Prosperity (Single)
Artist: Sam Tudor

5:30-6:00

Song: I Know You Know
Album: Monster
Artist: Andrew Judah

Song: Coping Mechanism
Album: Swimmin' Time
Artist: Shovels and Rope

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Kelowna photographer subject of new web series


Kelowna photographer Shawn Talbot is the subject of a new web series, called 1 Stop Closer. Filmmaker David Nault has been following Shawn as he treks to some of the world's most spectacular locations. They dropped by the studio this week.

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Playlist for September 30

4:00-4:30

Song: No Life
Album: All That We Know
Artist: Larry And His Flask

4:30-5:00

Song: Centerfield
Album: Centerfield
Artist: John Fogerty

5:00-5:30

Song: They Told Me
Album: Untamed Beast
Artist: Sallie Ford and The Sound Outside

5:30-6:00

Song: What I Like About You
Album: The Romantics
Artist: The Romantics

Song: This Is It
Album: Aera
Artist: Brianne Gosse

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Playlist for September 29

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Kelowna Culture Days event

4:00-4:30

Song: Others
Album: Collage
Artist: Indigo Joseph

4:30-5:00

Song: A Heartbreak
Album: Angus and Julia Stone
Artist: Angus and Julia Stone

5:00-5:30

Song: I've Got Your Fire
Album: Beautiful Wild
Artist: Jenn Grant

5:30-6:00

Song: I Fight For Life
Album: I Fight For Life (Single)
Artist: Rachelle Van Zanten

Song: Another Love
Album: Long Way Down
Artist: Tom Odell

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Kelowna Paddle Centre set to expand

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Photo courtesy Kelowna Paddle Centre

The Kelowna Paddle Centre has been given the green light to expand. The centre currently operates on a vacant lot on Abbott street near Cedar Avenue. This week city council voted to offer the club a new five year lease. Rebecca spoke with the centre president Joey Hertz, and KLO Neighbourhood Association president, Bob Whitehead.

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Playlist for September 26

4:00-4:30

Song: Do You
Album: They Want My Soul
Artist: Spoon

4:30-5:00

Song: Caught Me Thinkin
Album: Barchords
Artist: Bahamas

5:00-5:30

Song: Landslide
Album: Fleetwood Mac
Artist: Fleetwood Mac

5:30-6:00

Song: Make Make
Album: El Paseo
Artist: Wil

Song: Is This How You Feel?
Album: Is This How You Feel?
Artist: The Preachures

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Movie review with Katherine Monk


This week Katherine Monk looks at The Skeleton Twins and The Trip To Italy.

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New building proposed for Abbott Street in Kelowna

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Photo courtesy Meiklejohn Architects

This week, we take a closer look at a proposal to construct a three-storey building on Abbott Street in Kelowna. We hear from the Dr. Heather Martin who is behind the plan, and Debby Helf, the president of the Kelowna South-Central Association of Neighbourhoods.

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Playlist for September 25

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Horses in Merritt

4:00-4:30

Song: Young And Lazy
Album: We Swore We'd See The Sunrise
Artist: The Matinee

4:30-5:00

Song: Super Pretty Naughty
Album: Super Pretty Naughty (Single)
Artist: Buck 65

5:00-5:30

Song: The Wire
Album: Days Are Gone
Artist: Haim

5:30-6:00

Song: Runners In The Night
Album: Mended With Gold
Artist: The Rural Alberta Advantage

Song: Lost In Yichang
Album: Happymatic
Artist: Hilotrons

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New discovery off coast of Haida Gwaii

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UVIC Bluefin-12S AUV In Juan Perez Sound

Researchers may be closer to finding proof of the earliest human settlement in North America. And it's right here in BC, on Haida Gwaii. Rebecca spoke with archaeologist Quentin Mackie to find out more.

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