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The mystery of Byron Carr, Riley's collection and 50 years of fencing: Listen to our latest podcast

CBC P.E.I. has a new podcast — P.E.I. Pulse — where you can listen to some of the best audio from our airwaves.

P.E.I. Pulse brings together the best of CBC P.E.I. audio

Released every Friday, you can find us on Apple Podcasts or using our RSS feed. (Robert Short/CBC)

CBC P.E.I. has a new podcast — P.E.I. Pulse — where you can listen to some of the best audio from our airwaves.

Byron Carr remains Charlottetown's only unsolved murder in recent times. Ahead of the 30-year anniversary of his death, we hear why police are still hopeful they can find his killer.

Also on the podcast this week, we hear from a fencer who, after 50 years, is being named to the P.E.I. Sport Hall of Fame, and about a young collector getting VIP treatment at a military camp.

Byron Carr remains Charlottetown's only unsolved murder in recent times. Ahead of the 30 year anniversary of his death, we hear why police are still hopeful they can find his killer. Also on the podcast this week, we hear from a fencer who, after 50 years, is being named to the P.E.I. Sport Hall of Fame and about a young collector getting VIP treatment at a military camp. 29:57

Released every Friday, you can find us on Apple Podcasts or using our RSS feed.

You can also find us in the CBC Radio App for iOs or Android devices, or listen online.