Nivan Sharma co-hosts and Kim Godfrey host Episode 29 of This Week.

This Week Podcast – Episode 29

Earth Day, 60s rock and roll, oil slicks and pilots are all a part of this week's podcast with Kim and Nivan in Prince Rupert.




To shake up the program, Kim Godfrey hosts the show with Nivan Sharma, a drama student from Charles Hays Secondary.

Kim and Nivan read through the week’s highlights on the oil slick found in the harbour, the Relay for Life series, why you shouldn’t touch seals and much more.

Our two guests include Teddy Keehn who is organizing the Fillmore North: A Salute to the 60s, Rupert Style and Sarah Dantzer, who coordinated the Rupert Rubbish Round-Up.

Check it all out in the Northern View podcast This Week

 

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