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Prince George Public Library

By Prince George Public Library
A diverse range of podcasts created by the Prince George Public Library in Prince George, British Columbia. Find us at pgpl.ca. We gratefully acknowledge that we conduct our work on the ancestral lands of the Lheidli T'enneh.
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National Indigenous History Month Book Review Episode 1
June is National Indigenous History Month! To celebrate, Darcie and Raghu discuss great books written by Indigenous authors that you can borrow from our library collection. This week we discuss Tomson Highway's play, The Rez Sisters.
15:08
June 7, 2021
Read This Book - Ep 5. In My Own Moccasins: A Memoir of Resilience
Welcome to Read this Book! A Prince George Public Library Podcast. Every two weeks, we will be joined by a member of the PGPL staff to hear a recommended title, and find out why we should read this book! For Indigenous History Month we will be featuring books written by Indigenous authors. This week we are joined by Amy who is recommending In My Own Moccasins: A Memoir of Resilience by Helen Knott.
12:60
June 2, 2021
Read This Book - Ep 4. A Deadly Education
Welcome to Read this Book! A Prince George Public Library Podcast. Every two weeks, we will be joined by a member of the PGPL staff to hear a recommended title, and find out why we should read this book! This week we are joined by Larissa who is recommending A Deadly Education by Naomi Novik.
14:07
May 19, 2021
Read This Book - Ep 3. Severance
Welcome to Read this Book! A Prince George Public Library Podcast. Every two weeks, we will be joined by a member of the PGPL staff to hear a recommended title, and find out why we should read this book! This week we are joined by Austin who is recommending Severance by Ling Ma.
17:35
May 5, 2021
Read This Book - Ep 2. Dune
Welcome to Read this Book! A Prince George Public Library Podcast. Every two weeks, we will be joined by a member of the PGPL staff to hear a recommended title, and find out why we should read this book! This week we are joined by Daniel who is recommending Dune by Frank Herbert.
14:06
April 21, 2021
Read This Book - Ep 1. My Lady's Choosing
Welcome to Read this Book! A Prince George Public Library Podcast. Every two weeks, we will be joined by a member of the PGPL staff to hear a recommended title, and find out why we should read this book! This week we are joined by Laura, who is recommending My Lady's Choosing by Kitty Curran & Larissa Zageris. 
09:17
April 7, 2021
Spooky Storytime for Adults Episode 5
Join us for Spooky Storytime for Adults; the Prince George Public Library podcast featuring your stories of the unnatural, the supernatural and the uncanny that will chill and thrill you.
13:58
February 20, 2021
Spooky Storytime for Adults Episode 4
Join us for Spooky Storytime for Adults; the Prince George Public Library podcast featuring your stories of the unnatural, the supernatural and the uncanny that will chill and thrill you.
18:45
February 20, 2021
Spooky Storytime for Adults Episode 3
Join us for Spooky Storytime for Adults; the Prince George Public Library podcast featuring your stories of the unnatural, the supernatural and the uncanny that will chill and thrill you.
11:39
February 20, 2021
Spooky Storytime for Adults Episode 2
Join us for Spooky Storytime for Adults; the Prince George Public Library podcast featuring your stories of the unnatural, the supernatural and the uncanny that will chill and thrill you.
13:54
February 20, 2021
Spooky Storytime for Adults Episode 1
Join us for Spooky Storytime for Adults; the Prince George Public Library podcast featuring your stories of the unnatural, the supernatural and the uncanny that will chill and thrill you.
12:22
February 20, 2021
Black History Month Episode 4
For the final episode, Luke and Darcie tackle The Skin We're In: A Year of Black Resistance and Power by Desmond Cole.
12:03
February 19, 2021
Six For Summer (2017): They Called Me Number One
A panel of community members review They Called Me Number One: Secrets and Survival at an Indian Residential School by Bev Sellars This initiative was made possible by the Community Fund for Canada' 150th, a collaboration between the Prince George Community Foundation,  the Government of Canada, the City of Prince George, and extraordinary  leaders from coast to coast.
58:01
February 19, 2021
Six For Summer (2017): The Bear
A panel of community members review The Bear by Claire Cameron. This initiative was made possible by the Community Fund for Canada's 150th, a collaboration between the Prince George Community Foundation,  the Government of Canada, the City of Prince George, and extraordinary leaders from coast to coast.
58:01
February 19, 2021
Six For Summer (2017): A Student of Weather
A panel of community members review Elizabeth Hay's A Student of Weather. This initiative was made possible by the Community Fund for Canada's 150th, a collaboration between the Prince George Community Foundation, the Government of Canada, the City of Prince George, and extraordinary leaders from coast to coast.
58:01
February 19, 2021
Six For Summer (2017): Station Eleven
A  panel of community members reviews Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel. This initiative was made possible by the Community Fund for Canada's 150th, a collaboration between the Prince George Community Foundation,  the Government of Canada, the City of Prince George, and extraordinary leaders from coast to coast.
58:01
February 19, 2021
Six For Summer (2017): Brown
A  panel of community members review Kamal Al-Solaylee's book Brown: What Being Brown in the World Today Means (To Everyone). This initiative was made possible by the Community Fund for Canada's 150th, a collaboration between the Prince George Community Foundation,  the Government of Canada, the City of Prince George, and extraordinary leaders from coast to coast.
58:01
February 19, 2021
Six For Summer (2017): Breaking Away
A panel of community members reviews the memoir Breaking Away: A Harrowing True Story of Resilience, Courage and Triumph by Patrick O'Sullivan. This initiative was made possible by the Community Fund for Canada's 150th, a collaboration between the Prince George Community Foundation,  the Government of Canada, the City of Prince George, and extraordinary leaders from coast to coast.
58:01
February 19, 2021
Black History Month Episode 3
Luke and Darcie review the book Frying Plantain by Zalika Reid-Benta.
12:29
February 19, 2021
Black History Month Episode 2
Luke and Darcie review Eternity Martis' book They Said This Would Be Fun: Race, Campus Life, and Growing Up.
15:36
February 19, 2021
Black History Month Episode 1
Luke and Darcie review Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's book Americanah.
09:54
February 19, 2021