This quaint reading of J.R.R. Tolkein’s THE HOBBIT was recorded in late March/early April, 2020, during the global coronavirus pandemic. It was performed by eight old friends in the tiny mountain village of Kaslo, British Columbia, in the hope it would bring pleasure and a bit of respite from the fear and isolation caused byContinue reading “The Hobbit — an audiobook from us to you”
IN MEMORIAM My dear, dear friend, Karen Behn, who brought so much joy into my life and those of countless others, is no longer physically with us. But her unquenchable spirit lives on all around us. As does her lovely voice. Today’s podcast is a reprieve of a Radio Free Kaslo show from MayContinue reading “Radio Free Kaslo, November 15, 2019”
On today’s RADIO FREE KASLO, host Randy Morse converses with award-winning Gwich’in Nation artist, Jeneen Frei Njootli, about her art and its linkages to her home and its threatened natural environment, on the day her exhibit, “snow, crust and sinew,” opens at Kaslo’s historic Langham Gallery.
Here’s a post-Halloween treat, Kaslovians! First, a conversation with Mark Cribby of Scream Dimensions, for a behind-the-scenes look at how the venerable old Langham Cultural Centre was turned into a ghoulish haunted house. Then I return to the Langham late Halloween night, and join a bunch of teenagers as we proceed to scare ourselves silly!Continue reading “Kaslo Halloween, 2018!”
On today’s show, Kaslo’s Lynn Van Deursen discusses life raising kids in Meadow Creek in the ’90s, her evolution as an actress, and her upcoming two-woman show (An Unconventional Life, with Noémi Kiss, accompanied by Judy Runions) at the Langham Theatre with Radio Free Kaslo host, Randy Morse. Enjoy! About An Unconventional Life An UnconventionalContinue reading “Radio Free Kaslo April 20, 2018”
On today’s RADIO FREE KASLO, author, literary and skiing instructor, climber, carpenter, and all-around cultural guru Keith Liggett joins host Randy Morse in a lively conversation over a pint at the Angry Hen craft brewery.
On today’s show, host Randy Morse interviews JVH drama guru, Jill Holland, on the upcoming 20th Annual JVH Drama Comedy Review Dinner Theatre, Feb. 14 & 15. Nine one-act plays & a delicious dinner (including vegetarian choices) for $25, tix available at Sunnyside Naturals.
This week’s show features Kaslo’s Janet Mayfield in an interesting discussion on how — and why — we treat one another the way(s) we do. A fascinating chat, some great tunes — only on Radio Free Kaslo!
Since I received the 2014 Dalton Camp Award from the Friends of Canadian Broadcasting earlier this year in Toronto, many people have asked me, “who’s Dalton Camp?” and “what’s the Dalton Camp Award?” I’ve just finished helping organize and host a three-day summit conference on issues of importance to rural folks. One of theContinue reading “2014 Dalton Camp Award”
A wonderful new electronic magazine is coming soon to a tablet, mobile device, or computer near you! Back in the early 1990s, a fantastic TV series called Northern Exposure captured the hearts and imaginations of millions of folks around the world. Once a week viewers were transported to the mythical small town ofContinue reading “Northern Exposure, Kaslo-style”