The Nash Holos audio archives are updated to May 10, 2009, including Chetverta Khvylia, Vancouver's all-Ukrainian radio program.
This Sunday on Nash Holos, Judy tells a hilarious story about making homemade sausage in a Ukrainian village for a relative's wedding one hot summer's day not long ago ... and she also has a quick and easy recipe for North American city dwellers.
On A Spiritual Moment, Fr. Ihor Kutash joins us (courtesy Ukrainian Time in Montreal) with an Orthodox perspective on the transformational love of Christ.
An interview with author Anton Shleha of Lenggries, Germany about his book Surviving Lienz and a memorial project spearheaded by Dr. Harald Stadler of The University of Innsbruck, Austria to commemorate the Ukrainian cossacks who were massacred at Lienz, Austria after WWII by British and Soviet forces intent on repatriating them against their will to the Soviet Union. The two are touring western Canada to raise awareness of the tragedy and the memorial.
This week's upcoming community events include a perogy supper on Friday at the Ukrainian Community Society of Ivan Franko in Richmond, and a re-dedication of a commemorative plaque honouring a Ukrainan Canadian WWI war hero and Victoria Cross recipient at the Royal Westminster Armoury in New Westminster.
The musical theme for tonight's program is, being Mother's Day, all about mothers and grandmothers.
Archives are uploaded, so enjoy! Recipes for tonight's and last Sunday's programs to follow...