On today’s show, an interview with American journalist, John Gottberg Anderson, on the recent U.S. elections and their aftermath. A little cross-border news for our loyal listeners! Click here to listen to podcast.
On today’s show, we remember those who have served and are serving to protect our freedoms — and in the process, pay homage to the great Leonard Cohen. Then we turn to the U.S. election and the Kootenay Savings labour dispute. Local public radio from Kaslo. Click here to listen to podcast.
On today’s show, Scout and I wander the Kaslo River Trail loop. Local radio, on the march! Click here to listen to podcast.
Hey everyone! We’re back! We had a technical glitch last week, but all’s well now at RFK. On today’s show: a chat with former mayor Greg Lay on rural development, and conversations at a recent agriculture forum in Creston, hosted by the Association of Kootenay Boundary Local Governments. Toss in a couple of Halloween-appropriate tunes, … More Radio Free Kaslo October 28, 2016
On today’s show, we talk tourism on the Moyie, then get all touristy and take a road trip to Oregon — vineyards and college football — it’s autumn in southern Cascadia! Click here to listen to podcast.
On this episode of Radio Free Kaslo, we highlight upcoming album release concerts in Nelson (Saturday, 8PM at the Nelson United Church) and Kaslo (Sunday, 4PM at St. Andrew’s United Church) featuring amazing Canadian performer Coco Love Alcorn, and an extended chat on the beach over a glass (or two) of wine with Czech-Edmontonian Jan … More Radio Free Kaslo, September 16, 2016: Kaslo & Edmonton — Twins?!
https://kasloinstitute.files.wordpress.com/2016/09/tim-ryan-of-kin.mp4 Kaslo InfoNet’s Tim Ryan explains how Kaslo’s community non-profit ISP managed to get high-speed fibre to his home office — good news for rural residents of rugged, under-served British Columbia.