Podcast Archive

Highline Radio - May 31, 10

This week, we'll hear about Paul Karchut's quest to ski every month for 24 months straight.  Meghan Ward is in with another installment of Wild Women in the Rockies, and we'll hear from Jon Van Hal on this weeks installment of Mountain Licks. Plus, learn how to transition from climbing inside to climbing outside.

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Off the Beaten Track - May 28, 10

Program: Off the Beaten Track

This week George Muggleton tells us about Bellevue House, and award winning interpreter Kristy Putnam tells us about how she does it.

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Affecting You - May 27, 10

Program: Affecting You

This weeks action-packed show starts off with Steve Michel giving us some information on coyotes. We get an update about the May Long liquor ban, Cindy Mulherin from the Banff Mineral Springs Hospital lets us know about the about the Extreme Sports: Thrills, Spills and the Ethics of Care & Rescue event. We get to know the Friends of Banff intern, Mallory and Bruce Marpole from the Town of Banff fills us in on the details of teh retail sidewalk sale pilot project.

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Melissa Bain - New Canadians & National Parks

Program: On Tape

From the Parks Canada Research Updates Speaker Series at the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies hear Melissa Bain's presentation New Canadians & National Parks.

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Masaki Hyashi - Groundwater - The Natural Water Reservoir: Finding of Lake O’Hara Study

Program: On Tape

From the Parks Canada Research Updates Speaker Series at the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies hear Masaki Hyashi's presentation Groundwater - The Natural Water Reservoir: Finding of Lake O'Hara Study.

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Alpine Authors - Graeme Pole

Program: Alpine Authors

This week Graeme Pole talks about his new book 'Canadian Rockies Explorer'. 

For more information on Graeme Pole and 'Canadian Rockies Explorer' check out: http://www.mountainvision.ca

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Highline Radio - May 24, 10

This week Allan talks with Jim Buckingham about paddling and Meghan Ward shares part one of her interview with Paula Duncan.

This weeks Learn Something New: 10 Things To Do on a Rainy Day. (hosted by Erin and Kristy so you know you'll want to catch this segment!)

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Affecting You - May 20, 10

Program: Affecting You

Chic Scott stops by to give us another update from the Banff Public Library and we play another segment from the Landmarks and Legends series about the Atkin House hosted by Claire Wilkinson and Ralphine Locke.

Great news! Park Radio got a great summer intern. Tune in to meet Leah Pengelly! As well we get to hear from Josie Howitt, responsible for the plastic water bottle sale ban in the Town of Banff buildings and Heather Dempsey talks with us about Biodiversity Day. This week, we're happy to share some great Canadian music and Andy Winfield shares another Mountain View.

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Alpine Authors - Matthew Evenden

Program: Alpine Authors

This week Allan talks with one of the authors of The River Returns: An Environmental History of the Bow, Matthew Evenden.  They talk about writing the book, and explore some of the events that have shaped its life. 

For more information and to order the book check out: http://mqup.mcgill.ca/book.php?bookid=2433

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Highline Radio - May 17, 10

This week, Nancy Hanson from the Alpine Club of Canada is in to tell us about expedition trip planning, plus a Mountain Licks feature interview with Lori Reid.

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