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.

Former Deconstructing Dinner host Jon Steinman talks about his effort to bring the food safety and security show to the small screen. Toronto-based freelance journalist Lia Grainger is back on the show to discuss her coverage of the Occupy movement's extended hibernation. Environmentalist Matt Price opens up about his Project Beaver initiative to encourage civic engagement. And our rabble-rousing panel - Eleanor Gregory, Don Anderson, the Georgia Straight's Charlie Smith and Allan Warnke - share their thoughts on the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_24-Oct-12.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:46pm EST

Former Fair Voting BC president Bruce Hallsor discusses why electoral reform may be back on the political agenda. The Telegram's political reporter James McLeod talks about the clampdown on freedom of information that's happening in Newfoundland. Richmond city councillor Harold Steves discusses a tall ship with a mission that will soon be visiting British Columbia. And our rabble-rousing panel - David Cubberley, Bob Russell, Troy Sebastian and Allan Warnke - share their thoughts on the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_17-Jun-12.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:05pm EST

Freelance journalist Arno Kopecky discusses his Oil Man and the Sea project. The New Brunswick Conservation Council's Stephanie Merrill talks about the fracking industry in her province. Globe and Mail contributor Frances Bula shares her thoughts on the necessity for row housing in British Columbia. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don Anderson, Eleanor Gregory and the Georgia Straight's Charlie Smith - share their thoughts on the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_12-Jun-12.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:37pm EST

Independent MLAs Vicki Huntington, Bob Simpson and John Van Dongen discusses why they voted against Premier Christy Clark's Family Day. Open Data BC's Herb Lainchbury discusses his fight to get more public sector data into the public's hands. Investigative journalist Bilbo Poynter talks about his new column for This Magazine about the stories the media misses. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don Anderson, Eleanor Gregory and Bob Russell - share their thoughts on the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_3-Jun-12.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:00pm EST