Radio Free Kaslo, Valentine’s Day 2020

On today’s podcast, host Randy Morse chats with three love-drenched Kootenay couples — Jan McMurray & Dan Nicholson, Gillian Maxwell & Richard Kay, Lynn & Paul van Deursen — they reveal how they met, why they adore one another, and why they cherish this neck of the woods. Happy Valentine’s Day!

 

Radio Free Kaslo, January 24, 2020


On today’s RADIO FREE KASLO podcast, host Randy Morse is joined by two Grade 8 student co-hosts from Kaslo’s J.V. Humphries School, Uriah Smith and Isaac Davidson. Today’s show features interviews with local adults about their professions, conducted by Isaac and Uriah’s classmates. A great example of grassroots community programming — and a fun listen, to boot!

 

Many thanks to all the Kaslovians who agreed to be interviewed, and to Jill Holland for making it all happen!

 

 

 

Radio Free Kaslo January 10, 2020

On today’s RADIO FREE KASLO, host Randy Morse chats with business consultant and author, Blair Enns, about art, creativity, and “why Kaslo?” They thankfully avoided the subject of why Liverpool FC is so good, while Arsenal sucks.

 

 

 

 

 

Radio Free Kaslo, December 20, 2019

On today’s RADIO FREE KASLO podcast, host Randy Morse chats with Kaslo’s Kuimba Choir conductor, Tamara Sunsong and plays a few of the choir’s songs, recorded live in historic St. Andrews United Church by Chris Cullen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Radio Free Kaslo, November 29, 2019

Award-winning actress and master storyteller Shayna Jones joins Radio Free Kaslo host Randy Morse for a half-hour of tales, conversation, and music.

For those of you who live in the North Kootenay Lake area, don’t miss Shayna, together with outstanding singer-songwriter Carly Dow, Saturday, November 30th, at the Sentinel Retreat Centre just south of Kaslo. Dinner at 6 PM, performance at 7 PM. For further information and tickets, click here.

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO LISTEN TO THE PODCAST

 

Radio Free Kaslo, November 15, 2019

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 May 23, 2014, Part Five of a six-part series that aired over five years ago, featuring Karen musing, candidly and often deeply movingly, on her experience living a life with cancer.

Part Six will air on November 22.

 

 

Bonus — here’s Karen (who founded Kaslo’s still-thriving Kuimba Choir), with Janet Mayfield and Joli Guthrie, performing the last bit of “Hallelujah,” by Mamuse.