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Aug 28, 2019

In Kamloops British Columbia, sculpted by nature, you will find sandstone pillars that stand 5 meters tall.  That’s over 16 feet. They’re called hoo-doos.   Each rests on a thick base of shale and is capped by a large stone.  Around them the wind blows tumble weeds … twirling in a Ukrainian...


Aug 27, 2019

 Here are three stories from three cities about searching, believing and becoming closer after centuries apart.


Aug 15, 2019

Over the next few months Nasha Kasha will be presenting eight full episodes from British Columbia.  This is the first, and it's from the city they call the Raspberry Capital of Canada:  Abbotsford.


Aug 12, 2019

Around the time of the Second World War hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians united around an independence movement.  The military arm of that drive was the Ukrainian Insurgent Army known as the UPA.  This week, Nasha Kasha tells the story of these partisans through the recollections of an old freedom fighter, who was...


Aug 1, 2019

This week Nasha Kasha explores fusion and harmony in Ukrainian music.  We begin in Ottawa with a project that blends reggae with Ukraine’s most traditional instrument-  the bandura.  Then to Montreal, where we meet 2 members of the vocal trio Rossa.