In this special series, Daybreak goes inside one of the most notorious neighbourhoods in British Columbia to get the stories behind the statistics.
Breaths and stutters might be just breaths and stutters… or they might add resonance and emotion to the words someone is saying.
Yesterday I released an audio trailer for “At Home in the Hood: Stories from Prince George’s VLA Neighbourhood.” It’s a small radio series I’m doing within my regular job at Daybreak North. It’s the first series I’ve ever done, and I’m pretty nervous about it.
Interesting stories, anytime.
Any journalist-type person I’ve met wishes they could be multiple places at once. Unfortunately, they can’t.
I go on CBC New Network to talk about how Prince George the city is reacting to Prince George the royal baby.
A primer on what’s going on with the government and the CBC.
Showcasing some of the people shaping the culture of B.C.’s north on one of the province’s most-listened to radio shows.
Start with a small mystery, and follow with something ear-grabbing.
Exploring radio from the other side of the production board.
Keeping the trust online.
Yet another post where I make something for the radio, then criticize it.
I didn’t know how to tie a scarf, so I shared it publicly and it became a national radio story.
Find out why tea tastes different depending on where you live.
How to make people listen to a two-and-half hour show in 30 seconds.
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