Public Eye Radio
British Columbia's only weekly radio show covering politics in Canada's westernmost province, hosted Sunday mornings on CFAX 1070 by award-winning investigative journalist Sean Holman.

We speak with Canadian Taxpayers Federation British Columbia director Maureen Bader about a big boost in the number of six-figure civil servants. Former BCTV reporter Harvey Oberfeld shares his thoughts on Sun TV. Polaris Institute director Tony Clark discusses why Western premiers shouldn't be drinking bottled water if they want to conserve fresh water. And our rabble-rousing panel - Eleanor GregoryDavid CubberleySheila Orr and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_20-Jun-10.mp3
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We speak with Vancouver school board chair Patti Bacchus about the ongoing dispute between her district and the provincial government. Former Peace River North independent candidate Arthur Hadland shares his thoughts on energy, mines and petroleum resources minister Blair Lekstrom's resignation, as will provincial Conservative strategist Randy White. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don AndersonDavid CubberleySheila Orr and Bob Russell - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_13-Jun-10.mp3
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Community and Rural Development Minister Bill Bennett discusses the results of the province's recent local government elections task force. New Democrat legislator Doug Routley, the deputy chair of the special committee to review the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, shares his thoughts on openness and transparency. And our rabble-rousing panel - Eleanor GregoryThe Tyee's Andrew MacLeod, the Times Colonist's Dave Obee and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_6-Jun-10.mp3
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We speak with Northern Gateway Alliance chair Colin Kinsley about Enbridge's controversial proposed pipeline. Simon Fraser University political science professor Patrick Smithdiscusses what could be in tomorrow's local government elections task force report. Provincial New Democrat forests and range critic Norm Macdonald shares his thoughts on wildfire preparedness in British Columbia. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don AndersonEleanor GregoryBob Russell and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_30-May-10.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 5:03pm EST