Dave White

Dave White is the host of Airplay, CBC Yukon's afternoon radio show. He's lived in the Yukon since 1989, more or less.

Latest from Dave White

History on record: How the CBC Northern Service built a unique trove of Canadian music

Recordings made decades ago by the CBC Northern Service provided an important boost to the music scene in the North, and remain an important archive.

Dawson City Music Festival gets a new building

The Dawson City Music Festival's new building is a big step forward for the event and the community. It includes a full recording studio, something the town has never had.

CBC Yukon interview to join Lunar Codex, and head to the moon

Heather Horton Whedon's art will be included in the Lunar Codex, part of a collection that will land on the moon, and that will also include an interview she did with CBC Yukon's Dave White.

11 paintings of former Yukon artist heading to the moon

Heather Horton Whedon's art will be included in the Lunar Codex, part of a time capsule collection that will land on the moon. It will also include an interview she did with CBC Yukon.
Music That Matters

Kevin Howes shares five songs you might have missed

Kevin Howes shares five songs you need to hear from some Canadian musicians who should be legends.

Yukon University's new research chair in Indigenous Knowledge has big plans

'I'm hoping to change the Yukon,' says Daqualama Jocelyn joe-Strack, who's been named the research chair in Indigenous Knowledge at the university's new Two-Eyed Seeing Research Program.

Yukon artist goes back to his comic roots

Indigenous comic artist Cole Pauls has released a new book and a new record featuring his creation Pizza Punks.

A painting, a silent film star, and the Yukoner who reunited a Chilean exile with his father's work

Yukoner Matthew Cook did some research to find out more about a painting he bought on eBay, and wound up with quite a story.
Music That Matters

A front row seat to inspiring guitarists

Manfred Janssen talks about the five songs that influenced his approach to the guitar.

40 years after their dad's tragic death in Yukon, 2 siblings finds joy in his memory

Nitasha Likhani got a lot more than she bargained for when she decided to learn more about her late father's life in Yukon.

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