Gerald Pash was a radio talk show host and station manager in Penticton for 17 years in the 1970s and 80s and was instrumental in many community initiatives. He recently returned to preside at a special ceremony in his role as a Citizenship Judge.
Episode 4 - Oscar Lopez Posted: December 20, 2014 - 59 minutes - 56.8 Mb -
Nationally-known nuevo Flamenco guitarist Oscar Lopez has released his 12th album, thanks to the friendship and creative support of music educator Justin Glibbery and a host of other Penticton-area musicians. Craig Henderson interviews the two-time Juno winner about the inspiration for this new album.
Episode 3 - American Cousin Revisited Posted: September 27, 2014 - 59 minutes - 56.8 Mb -
Hundreds of people turned out to two special events recently to celebrate the 30th anniversary of My American Cousin. Filmed in Naramata and Penticton, the story is set in 1959. Craig Henderson interviews some of the people involved and spins tunes from the film soundtrack.
Episode 2 - The Talented Mr. Marriott Posted: April 22, 2013 - 59 minutes - 56.7 Mb -
Peach City Radio's Craig Henderson interviews Alan Marriott, a former Penticton resident with a successful career in animation voice acting and in teaching improvisation acting skills.
Episode 1 - Messages From A Prisoner of War Posted: April 1, 2013 - 59 minutes - 55.8 Mb -
Craig Henderson reports on how hundreds of shortwave radio listeners monitored signals from broadcasts in Japan and Germany during the Second World War and conveyed important word about prisoners-of-war to families and loved ones in North America.