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Every day Dave White opens to the door to the Airplay studio in Whitehorse and see who walks in. The show tells Yukoners what's going on in the territory and brings them up to date on national and international news as well.

Latest Episodes

Northern Exposures: Photography way north of 60 with Weronika Murray

On this edition of the podcast, Mark and Alistair speak with Weronika Murray, a photographer based in Inuvik, N.W.T. She's been documenting the severe impact climate change is having on the region and it's people.

32 MIN1 w ago
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Northern Exposures: Photography way north of 60 with Weronika Murray

Northern Exposures: North of 60 with Pat Kane

Pat Kane opens the second season of Northern Exposures, our podcast about photography North of 60. Pat is one of the best-known photographers in the Northwest Territories, and his work has been shown everywhere. He sat down for a chat with hosts Mark Kelly and Alistair Maitland.

34 MIN3 w ago
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Northern Exposures: North of 60 with Pat Kane

On the Klondike trail of Scrooge McDuck

A mysterious delivery of some classic comics set CBC Yukon host Dave White on a quest to find out more about Scrooge McDuck and his links to the Yukon and the Klondike Gold Rush. And what he found will surprise you.

64 MINAUG 16
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On the Klondike trail of Scrooge McDuck

Faro celebrates its 50th

The people of Faro are a resilient bunch. The mining community in the central Yukon was built in the early seventies to house 3000 people, and since then it has weathered devastating fires and mine closures. About 400 people call the community home these days, and they're celebrating the town's 50th anniversary with a bunch of events. Dave White spent a couple of days in the community, speaking with the people about what the town was like when it was booming, why they stayed, and what the future holds.

90 MINJUL 9
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Faro celebrates its 50th
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Latest Episodes

Northern Exposures: Photography way north of 60 with Weronika Murray

On this edition of the podcast, Mark and Alistair speak with Weronika Murray, a photographer based in Inuvik, N.W.T. She's been documenting the severe impact climate change is having on the region and it's people.

32 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Northern Exposures: Photography way north of 60 with Weronika Murray

Northern Exposures: North of 60 with Pat Kane

Pat Kane opens the second season of Northern Exposures, our podcast about photography North of 60. Pat is one of the best-known photographers in the Northwest Territories, and his work has been shown everywhere. He sat down for a chat with hosts Mark Kelly and Alistair Maitland.

34 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Northern Exposures: North of 60 with Pat Kane

On the Klondike trail of Scrooge McDuck

A mysterious delivery of some classic comics set CBC Yukon host Dave White on a quest to find out more about Scrooge McDuck and his links to the Yukon and the Klondike Gold Rush. And what he found will surprise you.

64 MINAUG 16
Comments
On the Klondike trail of Scrooge McDuck

Faro celebrates its 50th

The people of Faro are a resilient bunch. The mining community in the central Yukon was built in the early seventies to house 3000 people, and since then it has weathered devastating fires and mine closures. About 400 people call the community home these days, and they're celebrating the town's 50th anniversary with a bunch of events. Dave White spent a couple of days in the community, speaking with the people about what the town was like when it was booming, why they stayed, and what the future holds.

90 MINJUL 9
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Faro celebrates its 50th
the END
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