All three weekly editions of Nash Holos Ukrainian Roots are unique ... different tunes, news stories, proverbs and features. So check them all out!
On this week's 2-hour live Nanaimo Edition - July 1, 2015 Canada Day Special
Ukrainian Food Flair: Chilled borsch • Ukrainian Jewish Heritage: Ukrainian town of Brody • News from Ukraine (courtesy Ukraine Today) • Feature Interview: Taras
Kulish of Hope Worldwide Canada, on the work being done to help children
and their parents cope with post-traumatic stress disorder caused by
the war in eastern Ukraine • Latest news from Ukraine (courtesy Ukraine
Today) • Ukrainian proverb • Great Ukrainian music by:
Dumka • Shoom • Dunai • Borsch Eaters • Boris Sichon • Kubasonics • Ron Hynes • Zubrivka • Sloohai • Cheremshyna • Millenia • Steven Chwok • Homin • Canadian Rhythm Masters
On this week's International PCJ Radio Edition - July 3-6, 2015:
Ukrainian Jewish Heritage: Lidia Kotliarevsky • Latest News from Ukraine (courtesy Ukraine Today) • Ukrainian Christian Heritage: Fr. Theo Machinsky on Invan Kupala • Dunai • Yulia Donchenko • Milla Jovovich • Cheremshyna • Kobza • Luhansky Kozaky • Komy Vnyz • By Request Band
On today's Vancouver edition - July 4, 2015:
Feature Interview: Taras Kulish with Hope Worldwide Canada on a groundbreaking new project dealing with PTSD in Ukraine
(edited for rebroadcast) • Latest News from Ukraine (courtesy Ukraine Today) • Ukrainian
Christian Heritage: Наші Свяащені Традіції with Father Theo Machinsky on
Ivana Kupalo • Proverb of the Weeks • Great Ukrainian Music with a musical nod to our American listeners celebrating Independence Day. Artists aired on this week's Vancouver edition: Dunai • Darka & Slavko • Anne Pleskach & Bill Shcherbatiuk • Trembita • High Profile • Ambrose Brothers
Links to podcasts of all three editions at the Nash Holos website!
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