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Off the Beaten Track - September 1 ‘11

Program: Off the Beaten Track

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On the episode this week, Michelle speaks with Wayne Borque from Gulf Islanks National Park and Banff National Park interpreter  Lynda Hollerman.

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Off the Beaten Track - August 25 ‘11

Program: Off the Beaten Track

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This week, we hear about the Banff Centre's 2011 Science Communications Program. Communicating science, for many, is no easy task. The aim of this communication program is to allow participants to take a step back from their daily pursuits, open themseves to new, different and not-so-common ways of expressing that passion that drives those with a scientific mind. Michelle speaks with Lesley Ogdon, a participant of the program, and Kelley Remole from Columbia University.

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Off the Beaten Track - August 18 ‘11

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In this episode of Off the Beaten Track, Michelle talks with aquatics specialist Shelley Humphries and lockmaster Kim Marshall tells us about working at Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic Site.

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Off the Beaten Track - August 11 ‘11

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This week, Michelle speaks about the Banff Springs Hotel with Lori Cote, regional director public relations for the Banff Springs Hotel. And Andrea McNeil, program liaison officer with the Canadian Heritage Rivers Board Secretariat, gives us some insight to what makes a heritage river.

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A Mountain View - August 6 ‘11

Program: Affecting You

In this week's Mountain View, Frank Slyde shares his thoughts after what he saw in a restaurant recently. A family outing with a teenage girl tapping away on her cell throughout the entire meal.
 
A Mountain View airs Saturday mornings around 8:15.

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Willock and Sax Artist Talk - Aug 5 ‘11

Program: Affecting You

 

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The Bow Valley is magnificent in it's scenery and it's culture!  The Willock and Sax Art Gallery have a new exhibition up called "Artist's Vision's" and it's just in time for Banff Culture Weekend.  Here's an interview with three of the featured artists - Amy LoewanDwayne Hardy, and Chris Stoffel Overvoored - talking about Peace, Conservation, and God's great landcape. 

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Off the Beaten Track - August 4 ‘11

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In this episode, Amber Legault tells us the tale of the two bothers' totem pole in Jasper National Park, and Whyte Museum curator and executive director, Michale Lang, tells the tale of a new exhibit on display at the Whyte.

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Off the Beaten Track - July 28 ‘11

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This week, Michelle speaks with Xplorers Program Coordinator Karen Lamola about the exciting program for kids, and Gini Dalgas talks to us about hiking in Banff National Park.

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Health Care, and Climate Change Concern Albertans!

Program: Miscellaneous

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Park Radio Host, Morgan Patterson had an amazing opportunity to talk to the Alberta Liberal Party's current leader, Dr. David Swann. They discuss topics close to the heart of all Albertans, like protecting the Oil sands and making them more environmentally friendly, and of course, Alberta's health care "Crisis." 

 

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Alpine Authors - Graeme Pole, Classic Hikes of The Canadian Rockies

Program: Alpine Authors

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We all know Allan is an avid hiker, and he was so excited to actually talk with Graeme Pole about his new, or "re-visited" hiking guide book.  Long regarded as the ultimate guide to the 63 best backpacking trips and day-hikes in Banff, Jasper, Yoho, Kootenay, Mt. Robson, Mt. Assiniboine, Waterton, Kananaskis, and Akamina-Kishinena parks, Classic Hikes has been completely revised. Detailed trailhead and route descriptions, and a colour map for each hike help get you to the trailhead and keep you on route. 

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