All Points West

All Points West

All Points West is Vancouver Island's afternoon show.<br /><br /> <a href=";programKey=victoria" onclick=", '', 'resizable=no,status=no,location=no,toolbar=no,menubar=no,fullscreen=no,scrollbars=no,dependent=no,width=811,height=460'); return false;">Listen to CBC Victoria </a>

Weekdays 3 to 6 p.m. PT on 90.5 FM

All Points West is the place where people from Victoria and Vancouver Island gather to catch up on the day's news, meet some new and interesting people and get a few picks for the evening's entertainment.

It's where you can depend on getting the information you need — weather, traffic and ferries — to plan the rest of your day. Host Kathryn Marlow brings Victorians and Islanders smart conversations, stories to think about, and music worth listening to.

Contact Us


Follow us on Twitter: @AllPointsWestBC

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​Follow us on Instagram: @cbcvictoria

Listener Talk Back Line: (250) 360-0614 or toll-free: 1-800-757-1446

All Points West
CHEK Media Centre
780 Kings Road V8T 5A2

Phone: (250) 360-2227


Listen online

Check out past shows and highlights here.

Subscribe to the podcast | RSS | iTunes (help)

Mobile users: download the CBC Listen app on iOS and Android.

Listen to the program live between 3 and 6 p.m. on weekdays here.


Kathryn Marlow

Kathryn has been with the CBC for over ten years, starting in Vancouver, then working in Kelowna and Calgary before moving to Victoria in 2019. She has worked primarily behind-the-scenes, as a producer on afternoon and morning shows, and on the former national radio show The 180. Before joining All Points West she was reporting for CBC Victoria, bringing stories from around Vancouver Island to listeners and readers across B.C., both on radio and online.

Kathryn loves radio, and CBC Radio in particular, for its ability to connect listeners across communities. She is excited to join the All Points West team where she hopes to speak not just to, but with, listeners around the Island, Gulf Islands, and Sunshine Coast.

Kathryn grew up in the lower mainland, in a family where vacation meant a road trip to somewhere in B.C. Even though this is her first time living on the island, she feels like she's come home.