Podcasts

Friends of Banff Park Radio, Crag & Canyon, Canmore Leader Panel - April 17 ‘11

Program: Affecting You

This week, Allan Buckingham fills in for Camara Miller and talks with Larissa and Hamish from the Banff Crag & Canyon and Canmore Leader about the upcoming federal election and how it's playing out in the Bow Valley. As well, summer festivals in Canmore, and funding for the Banff Public Library. 

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Direct Download: Friends of Banff Park Radio, Crag & Canyon, Canmore Leader Panel - April 17 ‘11


Affecting You, Robert Sinclair- Reworking the Familiar - April 16 ‘11

Program: Affecting You

 

Canadian artist Robert Sinclair as some new work showing at the Willock & Sax Gallery in Banff, and he stopped by to talk about it. 

For more information on the Willock and Sax Gallery visit: http://www.willockandsaxgallery.com/

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Direct Download: Affecting You, Robert Sinclair- Reworking the Familiar - April 16 ‘11


Sketches from the Bow Valley (1961 - Present) - April 16 ‘11

Program: Affecting You

Shirley Tooke talks with Sonja Purcell about her father Phil Michaud and the exhibit of his work currently on at the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies

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Direct Download: Sketches from the Bow Valley (1961 - Present) - April 16 ‘11


On Tape, Dr Kathy Martin- Ptarmigan in the Alpine

Program: On Tape

 

From a presentation to the Bow Valley Naturalists, Dr Kathy Martin presents information on the ecology and the impressive coping strategies of White-tailed Ptarmigan that live at the highest elevations in North America, including the high country in Banff National Park. 

For more information on the Bow Valley Naturalists visit: http://www.bowvalleynaturalists.org/

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Direct Download: On Tape, Dr Kathy Martin- Ptarmigan in the Alpine


Friends of Banff’s Crag & Canyon, Canmore Leader Panel - April 10 ‘11

Program: Affecting You

This week, Park Radio's Camara Miller speaks with Hamish McLean, editor of the Canmore Leader, and Larissa Barlow, editor of the Banff Crag & Canyon, about upcoming elections, bears waking up in the Bow Valley and fundraisers for Japan.

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Direct Download: Friends of Banff’s Crag & Canyon, Canmore Leader Panel - April 10 ‘11


Affecting You, Leave No Trace Interviews - April 09 ‘11

Program: Affecting You

 

Sylvia Klepeis talks with Catherine Pinard coordinator of Leave No Trace Canada and Stephanie Zyvatkauskas from Parks Canada about the Leave No Trace program and it's principals. 

For more information about Leave No Trace check out: http://www.leavenotrace.ca/

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Direct Download: Affecting You, Leave No Trace Interviews - April 09 ‘11


Crag & Canyon and Canmore Leader Park Radio Panel - March 27 ‘11

Program: Affecting You

This week, Camara speaks with Larissa Barlow editor of the Banff Crag and Canyon about Japan fundraisers, plus an update about the YWCA's Women's Shelter possibly closing and much more. 

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Direct Download: Crag & Canyon and Canmore Leader Park Radio Panel - March 27 ‘11


Off the Beaten Track - November 25 ‘10

Program: Off the Beaten Track

Michelle gets the chance to catch up with a special guest this week, Karsten Heuer. Find out more about his summer in backcountry and the fascinating new images caught with the motion-triggered remote cameras.

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Direct Download: Off the Beaten Track - November 25 ‘10


Crag & Canyon, Canmore Leader - Park Radio panel, March 20 ‘11

Program: Affecting You

A discussion with Larissa Barlow, Editor of the Banff Crag and Canyon. This week some controversial subjects including the possible closing of the Banff woman's shelter and the Town of Banff getting a Parks Canada garbage contract. 

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Direct Download: Crag & Canyon, Canmore Leader - Park Radio panel, March 20 ‘11


Alpine Authors, Stephen Legault- The Darkening Archipelago

Program: Alpine Authors

Salmon fisher and elder in the tiny First Nations community of Port Lostcoast, Archie Ravenwing has gone missing and is presumed drowned in a storm in the Broughton Archipelago. Cole Blackwater heads to his memorial, and while he’s there they discover Archie’s boat, and suddenly everything isn’t as it seemed. Was Archie murdered? And what does his death have to do with the local fish-farming industry?
Author Stephen Legault talks with Alpine Author’s host Allan Buckingham about ‘The Darkening Archipelago’ and his desire to create mystery books with an environmental theme.
 This is the third book being featured in the run up to En Vino Novellus, March 20th. Find out more about En Vino Novellus at: http://www.vino-novellus.com/
For more on Stephen Legault visit: http://www.stephenlegault.com/

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Direct Download: Alpine Authors, Stephen Legault- The Darkening Archipelago


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