There will be no broadcasts on Saturday 2 July, Sunday 3 July, or Monday 4 July. If you’d like to listen to past broadcasts you can scroll down to the Ridge Radio Archive link.
Saturday, 18 June at 2pm Pacific time on Sessions on RidgeRadio
Rita Moir, Corky Evans, and Ray Kosancic from Word Of Mouth 2005 and 2006
Sunday, 19 June at 2pm Pacific time on Rossland Talking Tours
Falaise Lake Tunnel … on the 13th of March 1971, Jack took his tape recorder into the 800 foot level of the old Le Roi workings. The workings had been flooded to the 300 foot level since they were abandoned in 1929, and no one had been on the 800 foot level since then.
Mt Roberts … in 1968 Jack took his tape recorder to the top of Mt Roberts and talked about the view from a geological perspective. You can hear a blast at the moly mine on the back of Red.
Monday 13 June at 2pm Pacific time on CampFire Songs
Wayne plays some old songs everyone remembers, and can sing along with, and then an old time radio play … this week Have Gun Will Travel
RidgeRadio Archive … here you can find some of the Sessions you may have missed … just added the Pranks Session with Christina Myers from the 2nd of April … some great prank stories, as well as some really interesting online aspects of the Ottawa Occupation and the people working against it that you never heard about in the news … and of course I had to write a song about it !
SESSIONS … every Saturday at 2:00 pm Pacific time … musicians, writers, and storytellers in session with Wayne.
ROSSLAND TALKING TOURS … every Sunday at 2:00 pm Pacific time … voices from Rossland’s past, going all the way back to folks who came here in the 1890s … from the Jack McDonald Collection, as well as from Wayne’s own collection.
Sun 22 May we’ll have Helen Dahlstrom - A Musical Life Part 2.
Coming up over the next few weeks we’ll have
<> Last Train To Rossland … In 1966 a few months after CPR shut the track down, Jack McDonald got on the train with his tape recorder in Tadnac for the last run to the top of the track in Rossland to start removing track at the top of the Wye. A couple days later, on the last run into the yard Harry Lefevre hosted the track removal ceremony, also caught on Jack’s tape recorder.
<> Falaise Lake Tunnel … In 1971 Jack and his tape recorder accompanied a group of men into the drainage tunnel which drained the mines down to the 800 foot level … no one had been below the 300 foot level since Cominco shut the mines down in the 1920s.
<> Mt Roberts … In 1968 Jack took his tape recorder to the top of Mount Roberts and spoke of the geology of his view as he turned 160 degrees … he happened to capture a blast at the mine, which was still operating at the time and left behind the Pits on the west side of Red Mt
CAMPFIRE SONGS … every Monday at 2 pm Pacific time … Wayne plays some old time songs, one voice and one guitar, live and unplugged, and then an old time radio play. This Monday we’ll have Gunsmoke
I go on-air at 1:45 pm with pre-recorded music so you can tune in a little early to catch the beginning of the show, which starts promptly at 2:00 pm. When I’m on-air you can tune in here : RidgeRadio Player