This is a weekly show featuring articles of current affairs on the Saanich Peninsula of Vancouver Island. The show is hosted by Peter Wainwright and will include guest news makers or notables in the community talking about recent events and topics of local interest. Future shows will include live broadcasts with opportunities for listeners to ask questions via phone or Twitter.
Mayor Cliff McNeil-Smith's Inaugural Address How did he do and what does it mean for the community?
S1E1 Recorded November 13, 2018.
This is a panel discussion featuring guests Susan Simosko, Steve Duck, John Treleaven and Erin Bremner-Mitchell. The topic up for discussion is the recently elected Mayor of Sidney's inaugural address to the Town Council.
This is a show featuring slow cooked food with a homey flare. We visit backyard chefs as they prepare their favourite food to the delight of their neighbours. You will find meat, fish and veg from around the Saanich Peninsula on Vancouver Island. Learn the tips of smoking and the many ways to burn beef. For a fun time tune in to Smokin' on Radio Sidney.
Beef Bones Extraordinary
S1E1 Recorded November 13, 2018.
This episode features the gang getting together to prepare smoked beef bones from Fraser Orr in Saanichton with corn from Silver Rills Corn and beer from Category 12 the Saanich Peninsula. Chef Michael Fecteau tells all!
Pork Ribs to Die For
S1E2 Recorded August 26, 2018.
This episode takes us on a journey of pork with master backyard chef Steve Martin. Steve also shares with us his collection of BBQ and meat books. Steve's beautiful three labs loved the smell wafting off the smoker.
Roasts on a Black Pearl
S1E3 Recorded September 1, 2018.
Ever wonder what the eat down at the fire hall. Tune in to this episode to take a peak into fireman and cook and bottle washer Neal Horne as he prepares a meal for the gang. Neal has a Black Pearl BBQ and smoker and, in this episode prepares a couple of beef roasts with vegies.
Welcome the show "About the Peninsula". This is a weekly program bringing you news and interviews from around the Saanich Peninsula. In addition to interesting guests this show will attempt to bring you the story from neighbourhood business' .
About The Peninsula S1E1 Quince
Recorded August 23 and 24, 2018.
About the Peninsula has embarked on an ambitious goal of interviewing all business' on the Saanich Peninsula. It this first episode we visited with Courtney Thomas, owner of Quince Café and Bakery. Quince is located at the bottom of Beacon Avenue in Sidney. Courtney told us about her business and goals for the future.
There comes a time when someone has to speak up. That was the sentiment expressed on social media from a local business owner. Chris Stevens, who is the proprietor of Lilaberry, a home decors and gift shop in Sidney, Chris made the point that the sidewalk and street along Beacon Avenue seems to filling up with garbage The town of Sidney also weighted in on the conversation and helped with an extra level support.
About the Peninsula S1E2 Chic Goodman Part 1
Recorded October 30, 2018.
A Remembrance Day approaches our thoughts turn to those folks who served in uniform and protected Canada, Canadians and our Canadian way of life. Such a gentleman is Chic Goodman. Chic served on many battle fields including WWII and Korea. He also served as a peacekeeper. In this part-one interview with Chic he recalls the events leading up to WWII and his service overseas.
This is a show featuring local athletes along with news and articles about the sporting scene on the Saanich Peninsula of Vancouver Island. Check out the show with your host Willi Fahning.
S1E1 Recorded September 15, 2018.
This episode features an interview with soccer player Dan Thompson. Dan moved to the Peninsula in his teens and has been an athlete all his life. Tune in to find out the unlikely sport Dan played in England.
S1E2 Recorded October, 2018.
This episode features an interview with two time heavyweight champion boxer Bryan Colwell . Check out Bryan's facebook page: BryanColwellBoxing
This show is the brainchild of Adam Olsen. Adam is the MLA for Saanich North and The Islands. Adam hosts a regular Facebook live session where he interviews many interesting guests. This Radio Sidney show is an abridged version of the podcast which you can find on Adam's Facebook page:
S1E1 Recorded August 3, 2018.
This episode features an interview with Ian Bruce. Ian is executive director of the Peninsula Streams Society and a strong proponent of habitat and environment protection and enhancement.
S1E2 Recorded August 17, 2018.
This episode features an interview with Barb Whittington. Barb talks about Ravens Crossing Co-housing in Sidney, BC. With all the frustration around housing here days Adam wanted to profile a good news story about community members working together to find housing solutions