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Host Jennifer Hawks takes My Yukon Life listeners on location this Victoria Day to Yukon Brewing in Whitehorse. How else could we celebrate Queen Victoria’s birthday other than to hoist a few and take our listeners on a VIP tour of the brewery?
Their brew Yukon Red has been named Canada’s Top Amber four years in a row. In September 2009 Yukon Red, the brewery's Amber Ale was awarded the 2009 Canadian Beer of the Year at the Canadian Brewing Awards, finishing with gold in the Amber Ale category.
Yukon Brewing also now distills and barrels single malt whiskey. The whiskey and other spirit products are sold under Yukon Brewing’s sister company Yukon Spirits.
Yukon Brewing is a Yukon institution and actively supports numerous events and causes in the Territory each year. Join us for this special tour of their brewery.
The Yukon members of Crime Writers of Canada are pleased to present an author's interpretation of "Filmsong" by Pasha Malla. For Pasha, noir writing is the art of exclusion, but here he offers insights and background to the writing of "Filmsong" published in Toronto Noir by Akashic Books. The story won the 2009 Arthur Ellis Award for excellence in crime writing.
This Canada Day marks 125 years since the formation of Canada's national park system. Protecting our national heritage is a new breed of park warden - the Parks Canada Law Enforcement Officer. The Yukon members of the Crime Writers of Canada host an interview with Birch Howard of the Yukon Field Unit. Join moderator Jessica Simon for a look at the scope and challenges of modern-day crime fighting in Canada's hinterland.
Join Pasha Malla for an in-depth discussion of noir writing, his Arthur Ellis Award winning short story "Filmsong", and his residency at Berton House, the childhood home of Canadian historian Pierre Berton. Jessica Simon moderates the debut Mystery Lounge, an event organized by the Yukon members of the Crime Writers of Canada
The program all about TV, simulcast live on BlogTalk Radio and Brooklyn Independent Media HD. Our guest: Yukon Men executive producer Alan LaGarde, whose Discovery Channel series begins its third season next month. Plus a preview (with predictions) of Monday night's Primetime Emmy Awards on NBC with Amrie Cunningham, creator/blogger of the popular Web site MyTakeOnTV.com.
“Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn
My 2015 No Oscar show
(1) Art Mooney & Orchestra – Toot, Toot, Tootsie (Good-Bye) Columbia film “Jolson Sings again “
(2) Jerry Wald & Orchestra A friend of yours Bing Crosby Film “ The Great John L”
(3) Harry JAmes & Orchestra – Easter Parade "As Thousands Cheer".
(4) "Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive Johnny Mercer and the Pied Pipers "Here Come the Waves "
(5) There is a fellow waiting in Poughkeepsie "Here Come the Waves "
(6) Johnny Johnson Sing Baby Sing " Sing baby Sing"
(7) Les Brown Sleigh Ride in July "Belle of the Yukon "
(8) Freddie Slack Here You Are "20th century fox “My Gal Sal "
(9) Page Cavanaugh trio Daddy-O "A Song is born"
(10) Page Cavanaugh trio Redskin Rhumba "A Song is born"
Link to podcast to listen and enjoy this music:
For information on the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions2 or Forgotten Music on 78 records or email@example.com
All on Shellac 10” 78 rpm and released in the US
Tuesday 7pm CST join us as we discuss the recent attacks and uncle Bibi and his threats for all to bow to Israel with our guest Robert Fantina. Robert Fantina is an activist and journalist, working for peace and social justice. While living in the U.S., he opposed the war in Iraq, prior to and following the U.S. invasion of that country. Shortly after the 2004 presidential election he moved to Canada. While living in Whitehorse (Yukon Territory), he wrote 'Desertion and the American Soldier: 1776 - 2006.' He is also the author of the novel, 'Look Not Unto the Morrow,' a Vietnam-era, anti-war love story. His most recent book is entitled, 'Empire, Racism and Genocide: A History of U.S. Foreign Policy'. He is currently active in supporting the human rights struggles of the Palestinian people. His writing appears regularly in Counterpunch.org, Warisacrime.org, The Independent International Political Resource Center, and a variety of other sites.Mr. Fantina now resides in Kitchener, Ontario.
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