08 Sustainable Living in the City

This episode of Full Circle features how Victorians are moving toward sustainable living in their city.

CFUV correspondent Myles takes a tour of a piece of edible landscape with Royal Bay Bakery owner David Grove and Hatchet & Seed landscaper/owner Tayler Krawczyk.

Full Circle host Jordan Baron sits down with architect Franc D'Ambrosio to talk sustainable architecture at one of his most beloved works in Victoria, the Atrium.

CFUV hears the word from locals about a pair of bike lanes being constructed on Fort Street, and learns about the health and environmental benefits of bike lanes from the Greater Victoria Cycling Coalition.

Content in the program was produced by CFUV's Podcasting Production Team. Music in this piece was composed and performed by Podington Bear. This program is proudly supported by Oak Bay Bikes, and the Community Radio Fund of Canada.

07 Housing in Victoria

This episode of Full Circle investigates how to find housing in Victoria, and what the community is doing to create shelter for Vancouver Islanders.

CFUV correspondent Max speaks with Charles Wilkinson, director of documentary Vancouver: No Fixed Address, about the similarities between Victoria's and Vancouver's housing markets.

Local Carpenter Randy invites us in to his tiny home, while Tiny Home Alliance representative Robert Leonardo explains the benefits of living small.

CFUV investigates a proposal for higher-density housing from the Greater Victoria Housing Society on its' second round of deliberation.  

Content in the program was produced by CFUV's Podcasting Production Team. Music in this piece was composed and performed by Podington Bear. This program is proudly supported by Oak Bay Bikes, and the Community Radio Fund of Canada.

Another Full Circle Update

Another update on the production of Full Circle.

This program is proudly supported by Oak Bay Bikes, and the Community Radio Fund of Canada.

Full Circle Update

An update on the production of Full Circle.

This program is proudly supported by Oak Bay Bikes, and the Community Radio Fund of Canada.

06 The Big Blue

This episode of Full Circle spotlights stories on Victoria's favourite bit of nature, the ocean.

CFUV correspondent Myles heads to Walk 4 Salish Sea's first night banquet to talk with clean water activists.

Down at Gyro Park, CFUV correspondent Max chats with locals to get their side of why they love visiting the beach.

Victoria's poet laureate Yvonne Blomer talks about Refugium :Poems for the Pacific, a new book that she compiled to bring attention to the ocean.

Content in the program was produced by CFUV's Podcasting Production Team. Music in this piece was composed and performed by Podington Bear. This program is proudly supported by Oak Bay Bikes, and the Community Radio Fund of Canada.

05 A City Gentrified

This episode of Full Circle explores the ongoing gentrification and urbanization of the downtown core..

CFUV correspondent Myles meets with blogger Stephen Harrison, of Needs More Spikes fame, about instances of defensive architecture that go widely unnoticed by the public.

CFUV investigates the controversial regulations for short-term vacation rentals proposed by the City.

Content in the program was produced by CFUV's Podcasting Production Team. Music in this piece was composed and performed by Podington Bear. This program is proudly supported by Oak Bay Bikes, and the Community Radio Fund of Canada.

04 Indigenous Resurgence and Innovation

This episode of Full Circle spotlights Indigenous culture, and the work being done in Indigenous communities to keep a vibrant way of life thriving.
CFUV speaks to Gaye Smith and Linda Lucas, two associates working with Indigenous Caregivers of BC and Indigenous Perspectives Society respectively, to address the great work being done by Indigenous Caregivers of BC.

Tiffany Joseph explains her work with the SENCOTEN Language Nest, where young children are immersed in the language of the WSANEC people.

Content in the program was produced by CFUV's Podcasting Production Team. Music in this piece was composed and performed by Podington Bear. This program is proudly supported by Oak Bay Bikes, and the Community Radio Fund of Canada.

03 A Foodies Paradise

This episode of Full Circle takes a bite out of the cultural mosaic of food in Victoria.

CFUV heads to LAU WELNEW Tribal School in WSANEC territory to take a tour of PEPAKEN HAUTW, a native plant garden and restoration project.

Elizabeth Monk of EAT Magazine sits down with CFUV to give some tips and tricks for eating out on a budget in Victoria, along with some of her own personal history as a food writer.

CFUV correspondent Max investigates the claims that avocado toast is causing millennials to go bankrupt by going to the source: Victoria's favorite brunch spots.

Content in the program was produced by CFUV's Podcasting Production Team. Music in this piece was composed and performed by Podington Bear. This program is proudly supported by Oak Bay Bikes, and the Community Radio Fund of Canada.

 

02 Illicit Substances on the Island

This episode of Full Circles captures a glimpse of illicit substance use and harm reduction measures in Victoria.

CFUV Correspondant Aviva joins SOLID Harm Reduction on their morning needle pickup and outreach tour, and sits down with Jack Phillips, head coordinator of the outreach advocacy group.

CFUV presents the sound of the Fentanyl crisis, an explanation of the BC Coroners Service's findings through the past year using sound.

"Alice" invites CFUV to speak with her about a weekly activity of hers: taking minute amounts of acid to expand her creativity and empathy. 

Content in the program was produced by CFUV's Podcasting Production Team. Music in this piece was composed and performed by Podington Bear. This program is proudly supported by Oak Bay Bikes, and the Community Radio Fund of Canada. 

01 Tourist City

This episode of Full Circle explores parts of the Tourism industry in Victoria. 

Ryan, a longtime cruise line employee, gives a sneak peek into life on a cruise ship. 

CFUV visits the Ship Point Night Market, a collection of vendors that meet in the inner harbour to sell their wares to a crowd of cruise ship patrons.

Finally, CFUV correspondant Arcade looks into the Downtown Victoria Busker's Festival, and seeks to find the answer to why this vibrant celebration changed hands over the past year.

Content in the program was produced by CFUV's Podcasting Production Team. Music in this piece was composed and performed by Podington Bear. This program is proudly supported by Oak Bay Bikes, and the Community Radio Fund of Canada. 

Microdosing with Alice- Teaser

CFUV correspondant Max goes down the rabbit hole with Alice to learn about microdosing.

 

Thank you to Alice for participating. Produced by Max Collins. Music by Acid Mother's Temple, Pachyderm and Shannon & the Clams. This project is proudly supported by the Community Radio Fund of Canada.

Brunch Club- Teaser

Victoria, BC is noted as the brunch capital of Canada, along with being the third-most expensive place to own a home in the country. On a suggestion from Australian millionaire Tim Gurner, CFUV correspondent Max sets out to see if Millennials need only to abstain from their love of avocado toast in order to afford the house of their dreams.

Produced by Max Collins. This podcast is proudly supported by the Community Radio Fund of Canada.