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August 29, 30 | The Interviews



Commander Chris Hadfield talks about his soon-to-be-released album of songs - the first ever to be recorded "off planet".

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Flamenco dancer Fiona Malena is in Calgary for a performance at Expo Latino. She joins Paul in studio along with flamenco singer Sylvia Temis and guitarist Gareth Owen to talk about the art of flamenco.

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Banff-based mountain photographer Paul Zizka talks about his book Summits and Starlight and discusses what it takes to get the perfect mountain shot.

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Endurance hiker Erin Saver has just completed the 1200 km Great Divide Trail. It's billed as one of the hardest in the world and while you might not have heard of it, it's right in our back yard. We talk about the highs and lows for Erin along the way.

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Could lawless roads actually improve the way we drive? A number of European towns and cities believe that the "Shared Space" concept of road design works better. Canadian auto journalist David Booth wrote a story for driving.ca on this topic and tells us what he's learned.

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