Podcast

Dave Field visits the Black Press Media podcast studio. (Peter McCully photo)

Podcast: Talking classic cars with Dave Field of the Seaside Cruizers

PQBeat: Chat includes favourite old vehicles, group’s charity work

Dave Field visits the Black Press Media podcast studio. (Peter McCully photo)

Podcast: Ed Fergusson still lifting weights, coaching at age 87 after heart attack

PQBeat: Chat includes importance of strength training, pandemic struggles

Dr. Serhy Yekelchyk is the featured guest on Off The Page, a professor of European history with expertise in Ukraine, Russia and the history of the Soviet Union at the University of Victoria. Photo by David Furlonger

Podcast: Ukraine-born B.C. professor explores the history and the crisis

Off the Page: with University of Victoria professor Dr. Serhy Yekelchyk

Dr. Serhy Yekelchyk is the featured guest on Off The Page, a professor of European history with expertise in Ukraine, Russia and the history of the Soviet Union at the University of Victoria. Photo by David Furlonger
Mount Washington cross-country skiing instructor Keith Nicol has become somewhat of a YouTube sensation for his instructional videos. Photo supplied

Podcast: Mount Washington ski instructor’s videos have gone viral on YouTube

Keith Nicol’s how-to Nordic skiing tips have amassed more than 4.1 million views

Mount Washington cross-country skiing instructor Keith Nicol has become somewhat of a YouTube sensation for his instructional videos. Photo supplied
Peter Kent, longtime movie stuntman for Arnold Schwarzenegger. (Submitted photo)

Podcast: Peter Kent discusses life as Arnold Schwarzenegger’s movie stuntman

PQBeat: Qualicum Beach resident shares unique tale of his California dream

Peter Kent, longtime movie stuntman for Arnold Schwarzenegger. (Submitted photo)
The Comox Valley Record’s Off The Page podcast, available everywhere podcasts are heard.

PODCAST: Walk With Me puts a face on Vancouver Island’s overdose crisis

The arts-based community action project seeks to uncover the human dimensions of the overdose crisis

The Comox Valley Record’s Off The Page podcast, available everywhere podcasts are heard.
The Comox Valley Record’s Off The Page podcast, available everywhere podcasts are heard.

PODCAST: Walk With Me puts a face on Vancouver Island’s overdose crisis

The arts-based community action project seeks to uncover the human dimensions of the overdose crisis

The Comox Valley Record’s Off The Page podcast, available everywhere podcasts are heard.
Nanaimo’s Kenna Deo chats with ‘Wall of Chefs’ host Noah Cappe while competing on the Food Network Canada culinary competition TV show. (Photo courtesy Katia Taylor/Food Network Canada)
Nanaimo’s Kenna Deo chats with ‘Wall of Chefs’ host Noah Cappe while competing on the Food Network Canada culinary competition TV show. (Photo courtesy Katia Taylor/Food Network Canada)
Black Press reporter and NFL expert Erin Haluschak. (Peter McCully photo)

NFL report: Haluschak, Wolf preview Super Bowl LVI clash between Rams, Bengals

Podcast: Black Press football expert offers game prediction, MVP choice

Black Press reporter and NFL expert Erin Haluschak. (Peter McCully photo)
Sgt. Shane Worth, Operations Support NCO for the Oceanside RCMP Detachment, visits the PQB News/VI Daily studio. (Peter McCully photo)

PQBeat: A discussion with Sgt. Shane Worth of the Oceanside RCMP

Podcast: Talk includes working in small and large B.C. detachments, policing in a pandemic

Sgt. Shane Worth, Operations Support NCO for the Oceanside RCMP Detachment, visits the PQB News/VI Daily studio. (Peter McCully photo)
Brenda Brophy (left) and her mom Dorothy Finnerty share their experiences as a caregiver and person with dementia in the University of Victoria’s new podcast, Call to Mind. (Courtesy of UVic)

Greater Victoria residents’ share stories of dementia and caregiving in UVic podcast

Series fills a void with stories of love, joy as well as challenges

Brenda Brophy (left) and her mom Dorothy Finnerty share their experiences as a caregiver and person with dementia in the University of Victoria’s new podcast, Call to Mind. (Courtesy of UVic)
Sherry Thompson visits the PQB News/VI Daily studios. (Peter McCully photo)

PQBeat: Catching up with Sherry Thompson, president of OHEARTS

Podcast: Chat includes the need for low-income housing, cold-weather shelters and more

Sherry Thompson visits the PQB News/VI Daily studios. (Peter McCully photo)
Missing Michael is a 10-part podcast series by Laura Palmer that explores the notorious 1991 missing person case of a four-year-old Victoria boy. (Courtesy Laura Palmer)
Missing Michael is a 10-part podcast series by Laura Palmer that explores the notorious 1991 missing person case of a four-year-old Victoria boy. (Courtesy Laura Palmer)

New podcast investigates disappearance of Michael Dunahee from Victoria playground

Series promises previously unheard stories, details from notorious 1991 case, podcaster says

Missing Michael is a 10-part podcast series by Laura Palmer that explores the notorious 1991 missing person case of a four-year-old Victoria boy. (Courtesy Laura Palmer)
Missing Michael is a 10-part podcast series by Laura Palmer that explores the notorious 1991 missing person case of a four-year-old Victoria boy. (Courtesy Laura Palmer)
School District 69 (Qualicum) superintendent Peter Jory visits the PQB News/VI Daily studios. (Peter McCully photo)

PQBeat: Talking 2022 with Peter Jory, superintendent for School District 69 (Qualicum)

Podcast: COVID-19 updates, snow days, facilities planning

School District 69 (Qualicum) superintendent Peter Jory visits the PQB News/VI Daily studios. (Peter McCully photo)
Black Press reporter and NFL insider Erin Haluschak. (Black Press file photo)

NFL report: Haluschak, Wolf look back at a rough season for the Seattle Seahawks

Podcast: Discussion also includes a preview of weekend’s playoff matchups

Black Press reporter and NFL insider Erin Haluschak. (Black Press file photo)
University of Victoria radio station CFUV is hiring two Indigenous podcasters as part of its second year of the Documenting Decolonization project, with the help of a $49,000 grant. (Pixabay)

UVic radio continues Indigenous media development with help of $49,000 grant

Funding will help CFUV hire Indigenous podcasters to do story, issue and language-based shows

University of Victoria radio station CFUV is hiring two Indigenous podcasters as part of its second year of the Documenting Decolonization project, with the help of a $49,000 grant. (Pixabay)
Ken Peters and Ken Neden of Arrowsmith Search and Rescue visit the PQB News/VI Daily studios. (Peter McCully photo)

PQBeat: Arrowsmith Search and Rescue members look ahead with 2022 plans

Podcast: Volunteers remain crucial to group’s success

Ken Peters and Ken Neden of Arrowsmith Search and Rescue visit the PQB News/VI Daily studios. (Peter McCully photo)
Qualicum Beach Mayor Brian Wiese visits the PQB News/VI Free Daily studios. (PQB News file photo)

PQBeat: Qualicum Beach Mayor Brian Wiese reflects on 2021, looks ahead to 2022

Podcast: Politician has several key goals for coming year

Qualicum Beach Mayor Brian Wiese visits the PQB News/VI Free Daily studios. (PQB News file photo)
Parksville Mayor Ed Mayne visits the PQB News/VI Free Daily studios. (PQB News file photo)

PQBeat: Parksville Mayor Ed Mayne reflects on 2021, looks ahead to 2022

Podcast: Politician has several key goals for coming year

Parksville Mayor Ed Mayne visits the PQB News/VI Free Daily studios. (PQB News file photo)
Parksville-Qualicum MLA Adam Walker visits the PQB News/Vancouver Island Daily studio. (Peter McCully photo)

PQBeat: Looking back at 2021, ahead to 2022 with Parksville-Qualicum MLA Adam Walker

Podcast: Politician made the move from municipal to provincial arena

Parksville-Qualicum MLA Adam Walker visits the PQB News/Vancouver Island Daily studio. (Peter McCully photo)