Wednesday, July 06, 2011

Vancouver audio archives updated to July 03

Here's what on this week's edition of
Nash Holos Ukrainian Roots Radio:
  • Ukraine's Ambassador to Canada, Ihor Ostash, speaks with Vasyl Pawlowsky about the Pioneer Train retracing the route of the Ukrainian pioneers who first arrived in Canada some 120 years ago
  • Canadian singer-songwriter Donna Creighton shares the story of how she came to learn about the WWI internment of Ukrainians in Canada, and the song she wrote about it
  • Ukraine News Outlook with Keith Perron looks at whether or not Russian gas giant Gazprom wants to take control of Ukraine's pipeline network
  • On Ukrainian Food Flair Natalia Buchok shares some delicious appetizer spreads from the 1929 cookbook Galician Kitchen
  • Music by Hrim, Sonia, Shoom, Donna Creighton, Canadian Rhythm Masters, Oksana Mukha and Halyna Smolyarchuk
Tune in to the the international edition this weekend on PCJ Radio ... or, if you're within listening range in one of the 28+ countries where Nash Holos is broadcast on AM, FM or shortwave radio, to a broadcast on one one of the PCJ Media partner stations. Or catch the podcast of last Sunday's show on AM1320 CHMB Vancouver.

Coming soon to Radioland in Nanaimo!

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