Monday, August 28, 2006

Vancouver audio archives updated for 082706

Vancouver's Ukrainian radio audio archives for August 27 are now available!

On Chetverta Khvylia (4th Wave) join host Pavlo Manugevych for the latest news and views from Ukraine, in Ukrainian, as well as some great tunes!

On Nash Holos, Sylvia brings you another yummy recipe on Ukrainian Food Flair - this week it's a delightful old-world dish that doubles as a tasty accompaniment for the countless types of sweet, savoury, chilled and hot Ukrainian soups, and as a delicious stand-alone dessert. On Travel Tips for Ukraine and Eastern Europe, Fr. Bruce will help you relax in the Carpathian mountains! And of course, there's plenty of Great Ukrainian music! This week's CD of the Week is Sofia Bilozor's Enchanted Melodies.

BTW, according to my calculations, this past Sunday Nash Holos broke the record it previously set from 1990-96 for the longest-running Ukrainian radio program in the history of BC ... Nash Holos is now the longest continuously running Ukrainian radio program in the history of BC!

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