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Northern Exposures: Manu Keggenhoff finds a home in the Yukon
On this edition of our podcast about Yukon photographers, we meet Manu Keggenhoff. She came to the Yukon years ago from her home in Germany to find a new life, and a new life in photography. Mark Kelly and Alistair Maitland spoke with Manu about the journey.
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Northern Exposures: Lacey McLoughlin and the art of birth photography
On this edition of our podcast on Yukon photography, Alistair Maitland and Mark Kelly speak with Lacey McLoughlin. She's a birth photographer, which means her clients invite her to document one of the most intimate and important moments in a person's life.
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Northern Exposures: Peter Mather and the fight for ANWR
On this edition of our podcast about Yukon photography, Mark Kelly and Alistair Maitland speak with Peter Mather. For more than two decades, Peter has been documenting the Porcupine Caribou Herd of the northern Yukon, and the struggles of the Gwich'in people to protect the herd's calving ground in Alaska from oil development. Peter talks about his passion for the caribou and the people who rely on them.
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Northern Exposures: How to build a photography community
On this edition of Northern Exposure, the Airplay podcast about Yukon photography, Mark Kelly and Alistair Maitland speak with Matt Jacques. Matt moved to the Yukon just a few years ago and threw himself into the photography world, helping organize the First Light Image Festival. Sadly, Matt is leaving the Yukon, but he's taking a piece of it with him.
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An audio tour through the CBC Yukon archives
CBC Yukon turned 60 years old in 2018, and associate producer George Maratos was assigned the task of combing through the archives looking for some of the weird and wonderful stories that have been collected over the years. On this edition of the podcast, he shares some of his findings with Dave White.
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Northern Exposures: Taking risks pays off for Yukon photographer
On this edition of the as-yet-no-definite-name Yukon photography podcast, Mark Kelly and Alistair Maitland talk with Cathie Archbould. The longtime Yukon photographer isn't afraid to take on huge challenges professionally and personally, and that commitment shows in her incredible work. Also, why is it so hard to name a podcast?
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Exploring the seedy underbelly of Yukon bingo
On this edition of the podcast, CBC Yukon's Jackie McKay takes us inside a local bingo hall, where a kerfuffle over seat saving forced the government to step in.
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Northern Exposure: Shining a light on Yukon photography
Mark Kelly and Alistair Maitland are two Yukon photographers with a passion for the craft, so they decided to interview other photographers about what motivates them, what fires their passion. In this first episode of a regular podcast on Yukon photography, Mark and Alistair interview Mike Thomas, a photojournalist who has been working in the territory for more than 30 years.
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The Devil Made Me Do It: More horror movie picks
Horror movie fan Rebecca Manias says the devil has been portrayed in many ways in cinematic history. She runs down some of her favourite films from different genres and different countries.
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A guide to great horror movies you may have missed
Horror movies have been around since the beginning of the medium. In fact, some of the earliest moving pictures are actually horror movies. Dave White invited horror movie expert Rebecca Manias into the studio to talk about some of her favourites, from classics to more obscure titles. Have a listen.
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Should hunters post photos on social media
Hunting is a way of life in Canada's North. It's a traditional practice for Indigenous people, and many non-Indigenous people hunt to feed their families. There's also a sport hunting industry, where people from Outside pay local guides to help them find animals. A recent post featuring a hunter and a dead grizzly bear touched off a storm of criticism on social media, and prompted us to talk to northerners about the practice. This is a joint call-in show, hosting by Dave White in Whitehorse and Lawrence Nyally in Yellowknife, asking people in they think hunters should post photos of their hunts on social media.
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The weird world of Spider Jazz
Andrea Stratis and Adrian Burrill drop by to play a few select tracks from an album of music that was featured on a television show that cannot be named. Enter, if you dare, the world of spider jazz.
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An emotional anniversary
The Umbrella Final Agreement, the foundation of the land claims process in the Yukon, turned 25 on September 26. The occasion was marked by an event at Yukon College that brought together some of the people involved in negotiating that final agreement. You'll hear emotional words from Barry Stuart, Albert Peter and Vic Mitander.
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The return of Kim Barlow
Kim Barlow was a fixture on the Yukon music scene for many years. She moved back to Nova Scotia a while now, and has been busy raising kids. But she's back with a new record and the first single is titled Whitehorse. We caught up with her.
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Inspiring new art and artists
The Chu Niikwan artist residency is a partnership between the Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre, the Yukon Arts Centre and Yukon Arts Society. It's designed to support one established, one Indigenous and one emerging artist at a time. Dave White spoke with Nicole Bauberger, Blake Nelson Shaa'koon Lepin and Lia Fabre-Dimsdale, the first three artists to be accepted.
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