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First Talk

On First Talk we've got health tips, Aboriginal contributions, On-The-Spot, the Best Of You Tube and a group of co-hosts that adds compelling discussions about important issues. The 'Talking Stick', with Tamara Bull, Kim Harvey, Pauline Johnson and Doreen Manuel offer lively dialogue about current Aboriginal issues. The three generations of Aboriginal women offers contrast and a variety of perspectives that encapsulate the Aboriginal experience.

  • Monday, July 23
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Albert Mcleod talks about his sexuality and how lesbians and gays are defined in the native culture as "two spirited persons." George Poitras talks about homosexuals and how he was able to run win becoming a chief in the community. Musican Jason Burnstick performs his hit song: "When The Loving Breaks."
  • Nisga's Territory
    Monday, July 23
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk takes you into the lava beds of the Nisga's territory and Frank Austin Manyhorses shares his spiritual take on Mother Earth. After showcasing a business profile from the Hopi nation, we share some of our favorite YouTube videos.
  • Tuesday, July 24
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Looking back at the Creative Native series with interviews regarding the episodes: The Makeover and Cree Eye For the White Guy. Producer of First Talk, Kristi Sinclair interviews Tamara Bull regarding the show "First Talk."
  • Buffy Sainte Marie Part 1
    Tuesday, July 24
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    We profile icon, Buffy Sainte Marie, and Shaun Karp instructs us on how to properly workout in a chair. Jody from the Greater Vancouver Zoo joins us with two birds of prey.
  • Wednesday, July 25
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Jennifer Hamiltion and Karen Harmon share fitness trends through a bootcamp program. Dr. Michael Lederman talks about having more energy and Spring Gillard gives tips on recycling waste in order to create a good healthy garden.
  • Children's Hospital
    Wednesday, July 25
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Dr. Leemo shares his knowledge about preventative cancer measures and Dr. Jay Wortman prepares a low-carb barbecue. First Talk visits the B.C. Children's Hospital and learns how to properly child-proof a home.
  • Thursday, July 26
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Dr. Zayd Ratansi shares combat affects for diabetes and Delia Palmer gives tips on best work outs for diabetes. Chief Andrew prepares a healthy duck with wild rice pilaf. Dr. Donald Warne explains why aboriginals have the high chances of getting diabetes.
  • Indian Romance
    Thursday, July 26
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk's Talking Stick panel talks about the concept of "Indian Romance" and Hilda Green joins us in-studio to discuss how to co-parent. Tamara Bull takes us to a golf course for a lesson.
  • Friday, July 27
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Environmental Specialist David Suzuki gives green tips and Hilda Green speaks about helping those who need therapy. Kelly Gordon shows how to eat healthy and what junk foods to stay away from.
  • Racial Passing
    Friday, July 27
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk's Talking Stick group talks about "racial passing". Do lighter skinned aboriginals have it easier? Glen MacGyver joins Tamara and shares some knowledge about spiritual healing and Chef John prepares a low-fat chicken quesadilla.
  • Saturday, July 28
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Albert Mcleod talks about his sexuality and how lesbians and gays are defined in the native culture as "two spirited persons." George Poitras talks about homosexuals and how he was able to run win becoming a chief in the community. Musican Jason Burnstick performs his hit song: "When The Loving Breaks."
  • Sunday, July 29
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Looking back at the Creative Native series with interviews regarding the episodes: The Makeover and Cree Eye For the White Guy. Producer of First Talk, Kristi Sinclair interviews Tamara Bull regarding the show "First Talk."
  • Monday, July 30
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    The topic for the day is Powerful Women in aboriginal communities. Coah Lisa Argue shares tips on what makes a sucessful woman. Crystal William plays a key role in a landmark agreement allowing First Nations to make decisions over their educational systems. Ethel Blondin is the first aboriginal woman to be elected in the House of Commons.
  • Relationships
    Monday, July 30
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk documents a protest against Shell Oil in B.C.'s heartland. Denise Findlay and Teresa Golka from Chameleon Strategies enlighten us on how to have a successful relationship and Chief Roy Jones talks about the importance of Omega 3.
  • Tuesday, July 31
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Harry Nichols gives advice on what you can do to make changes in your life and how to keep them. Ian Campbell is a cultural leader who speaks about "change" in the community. Carrielynn Victor and Theresa Point perform the song: Zoom Zoom.
  • Hopi Nation
    Tuesday, July 31
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk profiles the Hopi nation and Dr. Zayd Ratansi talks of new naturopathic trends. Susan Smith abolishes the myths surrounding sex trafficking.
  • Wednesday, August 1
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    This episode talks about "Humor" in aboriginal communities. Skeena Reece performs and talks about being a comedian. David Granier is a stand up comedian who teaches classes on how to do stand up comedy. Don Burnstick shares his story on how he started being a comedian.
  • Healing Process
    Wednesday, August 1
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    David Guthro joins us in-studio to tell us how to achieve unbridled success. Haida heroine, Laurie Bonacci tells us her tragic story and Frank Austin Manyhorses joins her to assist in the healing process. Karina Cook, a hairstylist from Mine Salon demonstrates how to find products that work for your hair.
  • Thursday, August 2
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Barry Hong shares how to gain money and prosperity and Ethal engages in a makeover with artist Jayna Bussiere and Gina Wilson.
  • Dating
    Thursday, August 2
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk's Talking Stick panel discusses some issues in the Aboriginal community, such as dating, and laser technician, Alita, informs us about the latest laser trends in Hollywood. Tamara Bull tests the average Canadian's knowledge about Aboriginal culture as she hits the street in our fun new segment "On the Spot".
  • Friday, August 3
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Eric Hillard helps people overcome fears in order to get jobs by living with shyness and social anxiety. Looking for healthy buffalo? Chef Andrew creates healthy buffalo steaks and Tamara learns what the best running shoes are with Brent Neeve.
  • Murray Porter
    Friday, August 3
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Karen Bowers shows us her techniques for reversing sun damage and we profile some of our favorite YouTube videos. Once again, Tamara hits the streets to test the average Canadian's knowledge about Aboriginal culture in our new segment, "On the Spot" and Murray Porter performs his song, "1492".
  • Saturday, August 4
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    The topic for the day is Powerful Women in aboriginal communities. Coah Lisa Argue shares tips on what makes a sucessful woman. Crystal William plays a key role in a landmark agreement allowing First Nations to make decisions over their educational systems. Ethel Blondin is the first aboriginal woman to be elected in the House of Commons.
  • Sunday, August 5
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Harry Nichols gives advice on what you can do to make changes in your life and how to keep them. Ian Campbell is a cultural leader who speaks about "change" in the community. Carrielynn Victor and Theresa Point perform the song: Zoom Zoom.
  • Monday, August 6
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Today's topic is regarding Suicide and teens. Peter Leech talks to young youth regarding the Wheel of Fear. Clinical Therapist Hilda Green shares about suicide rates and why it is so high in the aboriginal community. Dave Porter helps youth produce leadership skills involving language, culture and history.
  • Buffy Sainte Marie Part 2
    Monday, August 6
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Tamara Bull shows us how to make a "gratitude" plant arrangement and Monique instructs us how to work out in and around the car. Chef John prepares a low-fat vegetable salad and we present Part 2 of our profile of international music icon, Buffy Sainte Marie.
  • Tuesday, August 7
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Topic of the day is the 2010 Olympics. Virginia Johnston is part of the First Nations Snowboard Team. Billy Mills is the only Native American to win an olympic gold medal. Dr. Evan Adams answers embarassing questions with Tamara Bull from viewers.
  • Mother Earth
    Tuesday, August 7
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    First, we view a 5-minute documentary on how toxic our homes are. Then, we show instructional videos that will help you nurture Mother Earth and Mary Johnston gives us the facts about water consumption.
  • Wednesday, August 8
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Theresa Ducharme gives tips to senior citizens working out fitness routines. Zahra Efan shares the power of "Graditude" and how we can learn how to use it in our daily lives. Judy Weiser talks about poor parenting due to residental schools and how being a victim made it extremly hard to parent children. Michelle Robinson joins Judy and explains how parents are not confident in parenting and they cannot do the correct parenting skills.
  • First Nations
    Wednesday, August 8
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk's Talking Stick panel discusses the controversy about what our people should be called. Aboriginal? Indigenous? First Nations? Steven Hammond joins us in-studio to talk about absolute confidence and Nadine Gagne and the Children of the Rainbow join us for a drum performance.
  • Thursday, August 9
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Evan Adams joins Tamara to answer embarassing medical questions from viewers and Tamara's mom visits homeopath and Murry Feldman to help with getting rid of tummy fat. Theresa demonstrates several excersises that will help with stomach gut and lastly Dr. Bryan Martin shares on how to stay healthy in order to minimize aging.
  • Thursday, August 9
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Elijah Harper joins us to share his culture being a First Nations hero and Kelly Gardan shows us health benefits from juicing. Then, we join singer Leela Gilday for a performance to song One Drum.
  • Friday, August 10
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk is back with another season! This season brings "Talking Stick" - a new discussion table with Native Aboriginal women who discuss topics "Should women change their last name when married?"
  • Friday, August 10
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Clinical Therapist Hilda Green joins us to talk about boosting up self esteem and Michelle Morningstar and Tamara Goddard share tips on starting and managing your own business. Then, we join singer Susan Aglokark who talks about her music as a pop star artist.
  • Saturday, August 11
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Today's topic is regarding Suicide and teens. Peter Leech talks to young youth regarding the Wheel of Fear. Clinical Therapist Hilda Green shares about suicide rates and why it is so high in the aboriginal community. Dave Porter helps youth produce leadership skills involving language, culture and history.
  • Sunday, August 12
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Topic of the day is the 2010 Olympics. Virginia Johnston is part of the First Nations Snowboard Team. Billy Mills is the only Native American to win an olympic gold medal. Dr. Evan Adams answers embarassing questions with Tamara Bull from viewers.
  • Monday, August 13
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Chef John joins Tamara to cook healthy meals by making roasted deer with vegtables. Michelle Morningstar Doherty talks about the apology made from the Prime Minister in February 2008 for what happened in residental schools. Finally George Lepine runs a martial arts program to help youth learn the techniques of self defense.
  • Monday, August 13
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Bob Baker from the Squamish Nation joins us to talk about morning spiritual baths and Tamara Bell shares 10 tips to make your home greener. Then, Woody Morris shares Haida history followed by Indigenous Prophecises regarding the Mayan Calender.
  • Tuesday, August 14
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    From purfumes to chemicals 3-70% of toxics can be found in our own homes. Tamara shares how to create clean environmental products for your home. Tamara also discusses with Michelle Han Cock products that are clean to use in the home. Finally, Akina Shirt sings the Canadian National Anthem in Cree.
  • Tuesday, August 14
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Skin care expert Millie McComber joins us to offer insight on daily spirituality and Robert Kakakaway offers lessons on the Medicine Wheel. Tamara shares 10 ways to save the planet. Then, Diana Billy will talk about the concept of giving back.
  • Wednesday, August 15
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    This episode is for all the couch potatoes who need some inspiration. Tamara learns how to get movitated when getting into shape. What is in style? From eyeshadows to makeup choices learn celebrity tips on whats in style. Top super foods to help rebuild muscle after an intense workout.
  • Wednesday, August 15
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Karen Bowers joins us to share the latest on skin treatments to reverse signs of aging. Delia Palmer shows Tamara the correct way to stretch and walk and Tamara walks with Zayd Ratansi who talks about essential nutrients in the vitamin store.
  • Thursday, August 16
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Tamara discusses religion in Aboriginal Communities with Rev. Bruce Brown and Frank Austin. Medicine Man Dave Swallow gives his views on religion and lastly the Talking Stick joins and discusses religious views.
  • Thursday, August 16
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Skin care expert Karen Bowers joins us to talk about facts on skin care treatments and Robert Kakakaway shares concepts on how to parent according to the sacred medicine wheel. Then, Clinical Hypnotherapist Derek Shelton joins us on a path to purpose.
  • Friday, August 17
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Delia Palmer shares 3 ways to burn 100 calories and shares motivation tips to loose weight. Dr. Zayd Ratansi and Tamara talk about jumpstarting metabolism and getting the right protein in your body. Finally Swami Lalitenada presents a strong workout through Yoga excersises.
  • Friday, August 17
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Ron Plowright and Ross Muehlforth joins us to share the Urban Aboriginal Garden Project and Jennifer Kirkey offers strong self defense moves. Blair Belerose joins Tamara and gives tips on how to find a job.
  • Saturday, August 18
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Chef John joins Tamara to cook healthy meals by making roasted deer with vegtables. Michelle Morningstar Doherty talks about the apology made from the Prime Minister in February 2008 for what happened in residental schools. Finally George Lepine runs a martial arts program to help youth learn the techniques of self defense.
  • Sunday, August 19
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    From purfumes to chemicals 3-70% of toxics can be found in our own homes. Tamara shares how to create clean environmental products for your home. Tamara also discusses with Michelle Han Cock products that are clean to use in the home. Finally, Akina Shirt sings the Canadian National Anthem in Cree.
  • Monday, August 20
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    This episode focuses on Sacred Sundance Ceremonies, petitions against violence for women, and a performance by Road Engine.
  • Monday, August 20
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Chief Bob Joesph and Gerry Oleman joins us to share information on Residental Schools and the healing process. Clinical Therapist Hilda Green offers tips on how to heal from residental school abuse.
  • Tuesday, August 21
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    This episode focuses on Sexual Abuse. Don Wallace talks about his childhood and how he dealt with voice abuse. Don Wright shares ways to protect your children from sexual predators and lastly the Talking Stick discusses sexual abuse topics.
  • Tuesday, August 21
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Tina House joins us to share tips on how to get into the film industry. Woody Morrison gives input on how to become an elder and Dr. Zayd Ratansi shares how to loose weight naturally.
  • Wednesday, August 22
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Talking Stick discuss if older woman should date younger men. Evelyn Joesph shares on dating within your culture or out of your culture. Ronald Lee gives tips to young girls on finding someone special.
  • Wednesday, August 22
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Join Tamara as she takes a visit to a Pow Wow Cruize and musicans such as Ariel Bird and Murray Porter share their experiences from the Cruize. Delia shares easy ways to work out at home and Karen Miller shares with Tamara ways to survive a catastrophe. Lastly, Andrew George shares how to cook a tasty salmon and baby vegtables.
  • Thursday, August 23
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Dr. J Wortman shares on the discussion of diabetes and why it happens in the Aboriginal community. Daniel shares healthy juicing techniques and easy ways to create healthy drinks at "Juicy Ways."
  • Thursday, August 23
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Kelly Gordon shares healthy breakfast tips for a fast paced morning and Delia Palmer looks for ways to get your kids active. Eddie Garderner shares with Tamara on infusing spirituality into your child's life.
  • Friday, August 24
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    This episode focuses on abuse and forms of abuse. Dave Swallow shares what it takes to be a Aboriginal traditional Medicine Man. Frank Austin shares the road to spiritual healing and the affects of abuse. Paul Callow known as the "Balcony Rapist" talks about healing and how he was able to recover from a dramatic lifestyle.
  • Friday, August 24
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Kelly Gordon shares way on how to eat healthy quick meals. Instructor Calivin Kalime teaches Karate to help raise low income kids to having a healthy lifestyle and Murray Porter sings the blues.
  • Saturday, August 25
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    This episode focuses on Sacred Sundance Ceremonies, petitions against violence for women, and a performance by Road Engine.
  • Sunday, August 26
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    This episode focuses on Sexual Abuse. Don Wallace talks about his childhood and how he dealt with voice abuse. Don Wright shares ways to protect your children from sexual predators and lastly the Talking Stick discusses sexual abuse topics.
  • Monday, August 27
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    This episode focuses on Aboriginal children in foster homes and how to cope with foster care. Richard Bull joins Tamara who talks about being adopted by a loving Aboriginal family. Executive Director of the Tribal Council Debbie Abbott talks about foster care and how the process works. Finally, Gaye Smith talks about why kids are put in foster care.
  • Monday, August 27
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Join Tamara as she discusses suriving racism with her husband Richard Bull, Ed Wilson, and Elder Frank Austin Manyhorses. Architect Douglas Cardinal shares his story on how he structured the amazing Smithsonian Musuem and the racism he had to endure.
  • Tuesday, August 28
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    This episode focuses on addiction in Aboriginal communities. Artist Randy Wisla shares his story on addiction and how he uses therapy to change his life around. Bob Manning who is a therapist shares how he has helped patients with addiction. Finally, the Talking Stick joins to discuss addiction.
  • Tuesday, August 28
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Raven and Ryan are spining heroes giving back to the community through sports and music. Kelly Gordon shares super foods to super charge your diet and Karen Bowers gives tips on afforable natural remedies.
  • Wednesday, August 29
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    This two part episode is focused on residental schools. Kevin Annett creates a documentary regarding residental survivors and the abuse in the school systems. Talking Stick discusses residental schools and the affects on Aborignal cultures.
  • Wednesday, August 29
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Doris Peters and Donna Sound sign up to get new makeover looks. Makeup artist Jayna Bussiere shares with Tamara Bull the experience both ladies had. Optionelle Consultant Dorthy Wolf gives fashion tips to both ladies and finally Tamara Bull gets feedback from both ladies regarding their makeovers and the big reveal of the new makeover and fashion look for them.
  • Thursday, August 30
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    This two part episode is focused on residental schools. Kevin Annett creates a documentary regarding residental survivors and the abuse in the school systems. Sharon Thira shares how communities are copeing with the past abuse and Shane Pointe shares how residental school survivors are helping one another by creating a residental school suvivoral society.
  • Sleep Expert Pen / Performer Shaki Hayes
    Thursday, August 30
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Sleep expert Pen gives advice on maintaining a healthy rest and Shaki Hayes performs a song from her album. Medicine man Frank Austin Manyhorses shares tips on attracting real love.
  • Friday, August 31
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
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  • Friday, August 31
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Margaret Johnson shares how to get out of credit card trouble and Debbie Brower shows Tamara how to create a home spa in your home with a milk bath. Lastly, Leslie Nelson shares how to create a resume and the dos' and donts' of resume writing.
  • Saturday, September 1
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    This episode focuses on Aboriginal children in foster homes and how to cope with foster care. Richard Bull joins Tamara who talks about being adopted by a loving Aboriginal family. Executive Director of the Tribal Council Debbie Abbott talks about foster care and how the process works. Finally, Gaye Smith talks about why kids are put in foster care.
  • Sunday, September 2
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    This episode focuses on addiction in Aboriginal communities. Artist Randy Wisla shares his story on addiction and how he uses therapy to change his life around. Bob Manning who is a therapist shares how he has helped patients with addiction. Finally, the Talking Stick joins to discuss addiction.
  • Monday, September 3
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    David McIntosh teaches Laughing Yoga to students to release stress and help their bodies become relaxed when exercising. Chef Andrew George gives tips on secrets of cooking rabbit. Delia Palmer gives 7 time saving fitness tips to help you stay in shape and Tamara Bull gives 5 tips for boosting self confidence.
  • Monday, September 3
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Ex drug addict Mark Dowhaniuk shares about breaking addictions and Ed Wilson shares his story on being an addict. Lastly, Frank Austin talks about performing ceremonies to help with addiction.
  • Tuesday, September 4
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Talking Stick gets together and discusses what aboriginal men look for in a woman. Randy shares the second part of his journey on addiction and Geraldine Russ shares her story on sexual abuse and how she was able to overcome it as an adult. Lastly, 4 elements are described regarding the Medicine Wheel Healing.
  • Tuesday, September 4
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Haida Elder Mona Moreno talks about Haida Culture with matriarchal families and Gall Sparrow discusses the Indian Act and Matriarchy. Lastly, Woodrow Morrison gives his perspective on Haida Matriarchy.
  • Wednesday, September 5
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Michelle Morningstar shares how women who went missing in Downtown Eastside are remembered through beautiful art work. Interviews with different aboriginal women discussing "What do you think of your body? " Lastly, Tom Bee discusses how you can beat diabetes.
  • Wednesday, September 5
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Yvonne Marks gives back to the community and talks about getting back on her feet. Bernie Willams takes Tamara downtown Eastside on a tour of the homeless areas and Angela Sterrit gives to the community by running youth centers.
  • Thursday, September 6
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Two heroes, Don Wallace and Richard Peter make a difference in their communites. Richard Peter is a disabled athletic wheelchair basketball player. His goals are to inspire youth to follow their dreams despite obstacles in the way. Ted Kuntz gives tips on how to change our thoughts from negative to positive. Tamara gives 4 tips on never being late again and arriving on time.
  • Thursday, September 6
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Personal Trainer Delia Palmer shows Tamara how to keep in shape and Michelle Morning Star gives tips on how to run a home base business from home. Lastly, Trevor Warren gives tips on how to be the best co-parent.
  • Friday, September 7
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    This episode of First Talk is about giving green gifts to your loved ones. Tamara shares giving gifts to friends while saving money. Debbie Dick joins us to talk about what kind of clothing you should be buying and Chef Andrew Jeorge shares how to cook a delicious healthy meal. Then, we join Adrieme Harsfield who shares different natural remedy products.
  • Friday, September 7
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Albert Mcleod talks about his sexuality and how lesbians and gays are defined in the native culture as "two spirited persons." George Poitras talks about homosexuals and how he was able to run win becoming a chief in the community. Musican Jason Burnstick performs his hit song: "When The Loving Breaks."
  • Saturday, September 8
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    David McIntosh teaches Laughing Yoga to students to release stress and help their bodies become relaxed when exercising. Chef Andrew George gives tips on secrets of cooking rabbit. Delia Palmer gives 7 time saving fitness tips to help you stay in shape and Tamara Bull gives 5 tips for boosting self confidence.
  • Sunday, September 9
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Talking Stick gets together and discusses what aboriginal men look for in a woman. Randy shares the second part of his journey on addiction and Geraldine Russ shares her story on sexual abuse and how she was able to overcome it as an adult. Lastly, 4 elements are described regarding the Medicine Wheel Healing.
  • Monday, September 10
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Tantoo Cardinal gets a low budget makeover under 100$ and Tamara gives tips on how to look and feel good. Edie shares whats hot in accessories and how to add some color and fun to your everyday look. Dr. Rosalin Henna discusses Vitamin D and how much is needed for the body. Lastly, Karen Bowers shares skin treatments and how healthy it is to get an Osmosis treatment done on the face.
  • Monday, September 10
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Looking back at the Creative Native series with interviews regarding the episodes: The Makeover and Cree Eye For the White Guy. Producer of First Talk, Kristi Sinclair interviews Tamara Bull regarding the show "First Talk."
  • Tuesday, September 11
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Dr. Zayd Ratansi shares 10 tips on giving strength for arthritis pain. Tamara shares how to make a healthy buffalo lasagna dinner. Frank Austin shares how to raise kids the right way and lastly, Talking Stick discusses finding your true love.
  • Tuesday, September 11
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Jennifer Hamiltion and Karen Harmon share fitness trends through a bootcamp program. Dr. Michael Lederman talks about having more energy and Spring Gillard gives tips on recycling waste in order to create a good healthy garden.
  • Wednesday, September 12
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    The life of Bill Reid is shared as being one of the best Native Sculpture Artists and Adam DreamHealer shares the fundamentals of healing through energy. Talking Stick discusses "Shadism" -half Natives or Full Natives appearing to have lighter skin and hair.
  • Wednesday, September 12
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Dr. Zayd Ratansi shares combat affects for diabetes and Delia Palmer gives tips on best work outs for diabetes. Chief Andrew prepares a healthy duck with wild rice pilaf. Dr. Donald Warne explains why aboriginals have the high chances of getting diabetes.
  • Thursday, September 13
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Dr. Rosalin Hanna shares ways to avoid digestive problems if your lactose and Maria Monti shares "Why do women wear the wrong bra?" Melissa Meyers shares how to overcome depression.
  • Thursday, September 13
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Environmental Specialist David Suzuki gives green tips and Hilda Green speaks about helping those who need therapy. Kelly Gordon shows how to eat healthy and what junk foods to stay away from.
  • Friday, September 14
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Frank Austin shares about leadership from a spiritual perspective. Susan Tatoosh is an excellent female exective directior, leader for the Aboriginal Friendship Center. She shares her story on how she became a leader to the community and Victor Buffalo from Samson Cree nation became a leader and made a remarkable change for his community creating "Peace Hills Trust" cooperations.
  • Friday, September 14
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    The topic for the day is Powerful Women in aboriginal communities. Coah Lisa Argue shares tips on what makes a sucessful woman. Crystal William plays a key role in a landmark agreement allowing First Nations to make decisions over their educational systems. Ethel Blondin is the first aboriginal woman to be elected in the House of Commons.
  • Saturday, September 15
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Tantoo Cardinal gets a low budget makeover under 100$ and Tamara gives tips on how to look and feel good. Edie shares whats hot in accessories and how to add some color and fun to your everyday look. Dr. Rosalin Henna discusses Vitamin D and how much is needed for the body. Lastly, Karen Bowers shares skin treatments and how healthy it is to get an Osmosis treatment done on the face.
  • Sunday, September 16
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Dr. Zayd Ratansi shares 10 tips on giving strength for arthritis pain. Tamara shares how to make a healthy buffalo lasagna dinner. Frank Austin shares how to raise kids the right way and lastly, Talking Stick discusses finding your true love.
  • Thriving Vs Survival
    Monday, September 17
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk's Talking Stick panel discusses Pauline's recent health scare and Melissa Meyer and Mike Schooner discuss the concept of "Thriving Vs Survival". Comedian Brian Majore takes us to the Kino Cafe to take part in his comedy routine.
  • Monday, September 17
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Harry Nichols gives advice on what you can do to make changes in your life and how to keep them. Ian Campbell is a cultural leader who speaks about "change" in the community. Carrielynn Victor and Theresa Point perform the song: Zoom Zoom.
  • 10 Pow Wows
    Tuesday, September 18
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Maria Monti introduces bras that can positively affect your health and we showcase the top 10 Pow Wows across North America. Ward Teulon introduces us to "apartment farming" and Fara Palmer sings her song, "Pretty Brown".
  • Tuesday, September 18
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    This episode talks about "Humor" in aboriginal communities. Skeena Reece performs and talks about being a comedian. David Granier is a stand up comedian who teaches classes on how to do stand up comedy. Don Burnstick shares his story on how he started being a comedian.
  • Balance
    Wednesday, September 19
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Richard Bull joins us to give us 10 tips for Successful Savings and Rosie from "The Jean Queen" shows us the latest in bodacious fashion. Then, we join Monique Hurteau for a lesson in better balance.
  • Wednesday, September 19
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Barry Hong shares how to gain money and prosperity and Ethal engages in a makeover with artist Jayna Bussiere and Gina Wilson.
  • Model Secrets
    Thursday, September 20
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk profiles country singer, Crystal Shawanda, and Tamara is later joined by "The Baker Twins", who will unveil the latest in modeling secrets. We also take you to a boxing ring to learn some self defense.
  • Thursday, September 20
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Eric Hillard helps people overcome fears in order to get jobs by living with shyness and social anxiety. Looking for healthy buffalo? Chef Andrew creates healthy buffalo steaks and Tamara learns what the best running shoes are with Brent Neeve.
  • On The Spot
    Friday, September 21
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk's Talking Stick panel gets a makeover and discusses the question: "Do your clothes make you more successful?" Tamara invites you to join her in a tennis lesson and we showcase our new segment, "On the Spot", in which we test the average Canadian's knowledge about Aboriginal culture.
  • Friday, September 21
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Today's topic is regarding Suicide and teens. Peter Leech talks to young youth regarding the Wheel of Fear. Clinical Therapist Hilda Green shares about suicide rates and why it is so high in the aboriginal community. Dave Porter helps youth produce leadership skills involving language, culture and history.
  • Thriving Vs Survival
    Saturday, September 22
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk's Talking Stick panel discusses Pauline's recent health scare and Melissa Meyer and Mike Schooner discuss the concept of "Thriving Vs Survival". Comedian Brian Majore takes us to the Kino Cafe to take part in his comedy routine.
  • 10 Pow Wows
    Sunday, September 23
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Maria Monti introduces bras that can positively affect your health and we showcase the top 10 Pow Wows across North America. Ward Teulon introduces us to "apartment farming" and Fara Palmer sings her song, "Pretty Brown".
  • Residental Schools
    Monday, September 24
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk is devoting this episode to issues surrounding the residential schools. The Talking Stick panel discusses the government's recent residential school apology. Gerry Oleman and Frank Manyhorses also join us in-studio to discuss the residential school problem in greater depth.
  • Monday, September 24
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Topic of the day is the 2010 Olympics. Virginia Johnston is part of the First Nations Snowboard Team. Billy Mills is the only Native American to win an olympic gold medal. Dr. Evan Adams answers embarassing questions with Tamara Bull from viewers.
  • The Sun Run
    Tuesday, September 25
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    In this episode, First Talk takes you on Vancouver's own marathon, The Sun Run. Host, Tamara Bull, shows viewers how to create their own "Gratitude Crafts" and we take you to Northern BC, where we profile one of our oldest traditions, canoeing. Tamara Bull shows you how to make a low GI (Glycemic Index) meal, Cabbage Rolls.
  • Tuesday, September 25
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Theresa Ducharme gives tips to senior citizens working out fitness routines. Zahra Efan shares the power of "Graditude" and how we can learn how to use it in our daily lives. Judy Weiser talks about poor parenting due to residental schools and how being a victim made it extremly hard to parent children. Michelle Robinson joins Judy and explains how parents are not confident in parenting and they cannot do the correct parenting skills.
  • Easy Workout
    Wednesday, September 26
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    We join Monique Hurteau for an easy workout in the park and then preview some of our favorite YouTube videos.
  • Wednesday, September 26
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Evan Adams joins Tamara to answer embarassing medical questions from viewers and Tamara's mom visits homeopath and Murry Feldman to help with getting rid of tummy fat. Theresa demonstrates several excersises that will help with stomach gut and lastly Dr. Bryan Martin shares on how to stay healthy in order to minimize aging.
  • Women In Power
    Thursday, September 27
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk's Talking Stick panel discusses "Women in Power". Savanah from Kiss & Makeup give us the basics on what we need for a "green" natural makeover and Cecilia joins Tamara in-studio to show us how to add essential bling to our wardrobes and accessories.
  • Thursday, September 27
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk is back with another season! This season brings "Talking Stick" - a new discussion table with Native Aboriginal women who discuss topics "Should women change their last name when married?"
  • Reality of Modeling
    Friday, September 28
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Joleen Mitton joins us in-studio to give us the truth about the hard reality of modeling and Jody from the Greater Vancouver Zoo brings some fascinating reptiles into the studio. Frank Austin Manyhorses talks about spiritual clothing.
  • Friday, September 28
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Chef John joins Tamara to cook healthy meals by making roasted deer with vegtables. Michelle Morningstar Doherty talks about the apology made from the Prime Minister in February 2008 for what happened in residental schools. Finally George Lepine runs a martial arts program to help youth learn the techniques of self defense.
  • Residental Schools
    Saturday, September 29
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk is devoting this episode to issues surrounding the residential schools. The Talking Stick panel discusses the government's recent residential school apology. Gerry Oleman and Frank Manyhorses also join us in-studio to discuss the residential school problem in greater depth.
  • The Sun Run
    Sunday, September 30
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    In this episode, First Talk takes you on Vancouver's own marathon, The Sun Run. Host, Tamara Bull, shows viewers how to create their own "Gratitude Crafts" and we take you to Northern BC, where we profile one of our oldest traditions, canoeing. Tamara Bull shows you how to make a low GI (Glycemic Index) meal, Cabbage Rolls.
  • The New Weight Control
    Monday, October 1
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Author, Dr. Michael Lyons introduces "The New Weight Control" and Harry Nichol's talks about women's power. First Talk follows the Bladerunners' youth journey to New Orleans.
  • Monday, October 1
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    From purfumes to chemicals 3-70% of toxics can be found in our own homes. Tamara shares how to create clean environmental products for your home. Tamara also discusses with Michelle Han Cock products that are clean to use in the home. Finally, Akina Shirt sings the Canadian National Anthem in Cree.
  • Aboriginal Economics
    Tuesday, October 2
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk's Talking Stick panel discusses Aboriginal economics and we profile an informative sweetgrass coaching workshop. Tamara tests the average Canadian's knowledge about Aboriginal people in a entertaining segment, "On the Spot" and Inez joins us in-studio to sing her new song, "Stolo Song".
  • Tuesday, October 2
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    This episode is for all the couch potatoes who need some inspiration. Tamara learns how to get movitated when getting into shape. What is in style? From eyeshadows to makeup choices learn celebrity tips on whats in style. Top super foods to help rebuild muscle after an intense workout.
  • Hopi Nation
    Wednesday, October 3
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Dr. Brunel talks about the importance of Vitamin D and we profile the Hopi nation. Shaun Karp shows us how to have an all over body workout in 30 minutes.
  • Wednesday, October 3
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Tamara discusses religion in Aboriginal Communities with Rev. Bruce Brown and Frank Austin. Medicine Man Dave Swallow gives his views on religion and lastly the Talking Stick joins and discusses religious views.
  • Fear of Success
    Thursday, October 4
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Dr. Jay Wortman shows us how to cook a low-carb breakfast. Psychology work-shoppers, Melissa and Mike, talk about the fear of success and Frank Austin Manyhorses explains why people cheat and lie.
  • Thursday, October 4
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Delia Palmer shares 3 ways to burn 100 calories and shares motivation tips to loose weight. Dr. Zayd Ratansi and Tamara talk about jumpstarting metabolism and getting the right protein in your body. Finally Swami Lalitenada presents a strong workout through Yoga excersises.
  • Suicide Prevention
    Friday, October 5
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk explores suicide in the northern territories and Richard Bull shares his knowledge about suicide prevention. Darien Thira, Hilda Green, and Richard Bull have a panel discussion to further address the issue of suicide.
  • Friday, October 5
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    This episode focuses on Sacred Sundance Ceremonies, petitions against violence for women, and a performance by Road Engine.
  • The New Weight Control
    Saturday, October 6
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Author, Dr. Michael Lyons introduces "The New Weight Control" and Harry Nichol's talks about women's power. First Talk follows the Bladerunners' youth journey to New Orleans.

 

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  • Sunday, July 22
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Ex drug addict Mark Dowhaniuk shares about breaking addictions and Ed Wilson shares his story on being an addict. Lastly, Frank Austin talks about performing ceremonies to help with addiction.
  • Saturday, July 21
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Margaret Johnson shares how to get out of credit card trouble and Debbie Brower shows Tamara how to create a home spa in your home with a milk bath. Lastly, Leslie Nelson shares how to create a resume and the dos' and donts' of resume writing.
  • Nisga's Treaty
    Friday, July 20
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk's Talking Stick bunch discusses racism as it affects both sides. After taking a look at the Nisga's treaty, we are joined by government representative, Mercy Thomas, and chief treaty negotiator, Joe Gosnell, to talk about the Nisga's treaty.
  • Friday, July 20
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Personal Trainer Delia Palmer shows Tamara how to keep in shape and Michelle Morning Star gives tips on how to run a home base business from home. Lastly, Trevor Warren gives tips on how to be the best co-parent.
  • Leaving The Rez
    Thursday, July 19
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk's Talking Stick panel talks about whether or not leaving the Rez is a good idea and Tamara prepares a low-carb shepherd's pie. Karina Cook from Mine Salon gives us the low down on what's new in Hollywood hair accessories and we preview some of the funniest YouTube videos.
  • Thursday, July 19
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Yvonne Marks gives back to the community and talks about getting back on her feet. Bernie Willams takes Tamara downtown Eastside on a tour of the homeless areas and Angela Sterrit gives to the community by running youth centers.
  • Suicide Prevention
    Wednesday, July 18
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk explores suicide in the northern territories and Richard Bull shares his knowledge about suicide prevention. Darien Thira, Hilda Green, and Richard Bull have a panel discussion to further address the issue of suicide.
  • Wednesday, July 18
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Haida Elder Mona Moreno talks about Haida Culture with matriarchal families and Gall Sparrow discusses the Indian Act and Matriarchy. Lastly, Woodrow Morrison gives his perspective on Haida Matriarchy.
  • Fear of Success
    Tuesday, July 17
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Dr. Jay Wortman shows us how to cook a low-carb breakfast. Psychology work-shoppers, Melissa and Mike, talk about the fear of success and Frank Austin Manyhorses explains why people cheat and lie.
  • Tuesday, July 17
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Ex drug addict Mark Dowhaniuk shares about breaking addictions and Ed Wilson shares his story on being an addict. Lastly, Frank Austin talks about performing ceremonies to help with addiction.
  • Hopi Nation
    Monday, July 16
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Dr. Brunel talks about the importance of Vitamin D and we profile the Hopi nation. Shaun Karp shows us how to have an all over body workout in 30 minutes.
  • Monday, July 16
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Margaret Johnson shares how to get out of credit card trouble and Debbie Brower shows Tamara how to create a home spa in your home with a milk bath. Lastly, Leslie Nelson shares how to create a resume and the dos' and donts' of resume writing.
  • Sunday, July 15
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Join Tamara as she discusses suriving racism with her husband Richard Bull, Ed Wilson, and Elder Frank Austin Manyhorses. Architect Douglas Cardinal shares his story on how he structured the amazing Smithsonian Musuem and the racism he had to endure.
  • Saturday, July 14
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Kelly Gordon shares way on how to eat healthy quick meals. Instructor Calivin Kalime teaches Karate to help raise low income kids to having a healthy lifestyle and Murray Porter sings the blues.
  • Aboriginal Economics
    Friday, July 13
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk's Talking Stick panel discusses Aboriginal economics and we profile an informative sweetgrass coaching workshop. Tamara tests the average Canadian's knowledge about Aboriginal people in a entertaining segment, "On the Spot" and Inez joins us in-studio to sing her new song, "Stolo Song".
  • Sleep Expert Pen / Performer Shaki Hayes
    Friday, July 13
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Sleep expert Pen gives advice on maintaining a healthy rest and Shaki Hayes performs a song from her album. Medicine man Frank Austin Manyhorses shares tips on attracting real love.
  • The New Weight Control
    Thursday, July 12
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Author, Dr. Michael Lyons introduces "The New Weight Control" and Harry Nichol's talks about women's power. First Talk follows the Bladerunners' youth journey to New Orleans.
  • Thursday, July 12
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Doris Peters and Donna Sound sign up to get new makeover looks. Makeup artist Jayna Bussiere shares with Tamara Bull the experience both ladies had. Optionelle Consultant Dorthy Wolf gives fashion tips to both ladies and finally Tamara Bull gets feedback from both ladies regarding their makeovers and the big reveal of the new makeover and fashion look for them.
  • Reality of Modeling
    Wednesday, July 11
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Joleen Mitton joins us in-studio to give us the truth about the hard reality of modeling and Jody from the Greater Vancouver Zoo brings some fascinating reptiles into the studio. Frank Austin Manyhorses talks about spiritual clothing.
  • Wednesday, July 11
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Raven and Ryan are spining heroes giving back to the community through sports and music. Kelly Gordon shares super foods to super charge your diet and Karen Bowers gives tips on afforable natural remedies.
  • Women In Power
    Tuesday, July 10
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk's Talking Stick panel discusses "Women in Power". Savanah from Kiss & Makeup give us the basics on what we need for a "green" natural makeover and Cecilia joins Tamara in-studio to show us how to add essential bling to our wardrobes and accessories.
  • Tuesday, July 10
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Join Tamara as she discusses suriving racism with her husband Richard Bull, Ed Wilson, and Elder Frank Austin Manyhorses. Architect Douglas Cardinal shares his story on how he structured the amazing Smithsonian Musuem and the racism he had to endure.
  • Easy Workout
    Monday, July 9
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    We join Monique Hurteau for an easy workout in the park and then preview some of our favorite YouTube videos.
  • Monday, July 9
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Kelly Gordon shares way on how to eat healthy quick meals. Instructor Calivin Kalime teaches Karate to help raise low income kids to having a healthy lifestyle and Murray Porter sings the blues.
  • Sunday, July 8
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Chief Bob Joesph and Gerry Oleman joins us to share information on Residental Schools and the healing process. Clinical Therapist Hilda Green offers tips on how to heal from residental school abuse.
  • Saturday, July 7
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Ron Plowright and Ross Muehlforth joins us to share the Urban Aboriginal Garden Project and Jennifer Kirkey offers strong self defense moves. Blair Belerose joins Tamara and gives tips on how to find a job.
  • The Sun Run
    Friday, July 6
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    In this episode, First Talk takes you on Vancouver's own marathon, The Sun Run. Host, Tamara Bull, shows viewers how to create their own "Gratitude Crafts" and we take you to Northern BC, where we profile one of our oldest traditions, canoeing. Tamara Bull shows you how to make a low GI (Glycemic Index) meal, Cabbage Rolls.
  • Friday, July 6
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Kelly Gordon shares healthy breakfast tips for a fast paced morning and Delia Palmer looks for ways to get your kids active. Eddie Garderner shares with Tamara on infusing spirituality into your child's life.
  • Residental Schools
    Thursday, July 5
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk is devoting this episode to issues surrounding the residential schools. The Talking Stick panel discusses the government's recent residential school apology. Gerry Oleman and Frank Manyhorses also join us in-studio to discuss the residential school problem in greater depth.
  • Thursday, July 5
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Join Tamara as she takes a visit to a Pow Wow Cruize and musicans such as Ariel Bird and Murray Porter share their experiences from the Cruize. Delia shares easy ways to work out at home and Karen Miller shares with Tamara ways to survive a catastrophe. Lastly, Andrew George shares how to cook a tasty salmon and baby vegtables.
  • Model Secrets
    Wednesday, July 4
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk profiles country singer, Crystal Shawanda, and Tamara is later joined by "The Baker Twins", who will unveil the latest in modeling secrets. We also take you to a boxing ring to learn some self defense.
  • Wednesday, July 4
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Tina House joins us to share tips on how to get into the film industry. Woody Morrison gives input on how to become an elder and Dr. Zayd Ratansi shares how to loose weight naturally.
  • Balance
    Tuesday, July 3
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Richard Bull joins us to give us 10 tips for Successful Savings and Rosie from "The Jean Queen" shows us the latest in bodacious fashion. Then, we join Monique Hurteau for a lesson in better balance.
  • Tuesday, July 3
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Chief Bob Joesph and Gerry Oleman joins us to share information on Residental Schools and the healing process. Clinical Therapist Hilda Green offers tips on how to heal from residental school abuse.
  • 10 Pow Wows
    Monday, July 2
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Maria Monti introduces bras that can positively affect your health and we showcase the top 10 Pow Wows across North America. Ward Teulon introduces us to "apartment farming" and Fara Palmer sings her song, "Pretty Brown".
  • Monday, July 2
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Ron Plowright and Ross Muehlforth joins us to share the Urban Aboriginal Garden Project and Jennifer Kirkey offers strong self defense moves. Blair Belerose joins Tamara and gives tips on how to find a job.
  • Sunday, July 1
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Bob Baker from the Squamish Nation joins us to talk about morning spiritual baths and Tamara Bell shares 10 tips to make your home greener. Then, Woody Morris shares Haida history followed by Indigenous Prophecises regarding the Mayan Calender.
  • Saturday, June 30
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Clinical Therapist Hilda Green joins us to talk about boosting up self esteem and Michelle Morningstar and Tamara Goddard share tips on starting and managing your own business. Then, we join singer Susan Aglokark who talks about her music as a pop star artist.
  • Thriving Vs Survival
    Friday, June 29
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk's Talking Stick panel discusses Pauline's recent health scare and Melissa Meyer and Mike Schooner discuss the concept of "Thriving Vs Survival". Comedian Brian Majore takes us to the Kino Cafe to take part in his comedy routine.
  • Friday, June 29
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Skin care expert Karen Bowers joins us to talk about facts on skin care treatments and Robert Kakakaway shares concepts on how to parent according to the sacred medicine wheel. Then, Clinical Hypnotherapist Derek Shelton joins us on a path to purpose.
  • Thursday, June 28
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Frank Austin shares about leadership from a spiritual perspective. Susan Tatoosh is an excellent female exective directior, leader for the Aboriginal Friendship Center. She shares her story on how she became a leader to the community and Victor Buffalo from Samson Cree nation became a leader and made a remarkable change for his community creating "Peace Hills Trust" cooperations.
  • Thursday, June 28
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Karen Bowers joins us to share the latest on skin treatments to reverse signs of aging. Delia Palmer shows Tamara the correct way to stretch and walk and Tamara walks with Zayd Ratansi who talks about essential nutrients in the vitamin store.
  • Wednesday, June 27
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Dr. Rosalin Hanna shares ways to avoid digestive problems if your lactose and Maria Monti shares "Why do women wear the wrong bra?" Melissa Meyers shares how to overcome depression.
  • Wednesday, June 27
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Skin care expert Millie McComber joins us to offer insight on daily spirituality and Robert Kakakaway offers lessons on the Medicine Wheel. Tamara shares 10 ways to save the planet. Then, Diana Billy will talk about the concept of giving back.
  • Tuesday, June 26
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    The life of Bill Reid is shared as being one of the best Native Sculpture Artists and Adam DreamHealer shares the fundamentals of healing through energy. Talking Stick discusses "Shadism" -half Natives or Full Natives appearing to have lighter skin and hair.
  • Tuesday, June 26
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Bob Baker from the Squamish Nation joins us to talk about morning spiritual baths and Tamara Bell shares 10 tips to make your home greener. Then, Woody Morris shares Haida history followed by Indigenous Prophecises regarding the Mayan Calender.
  • Monday, June 25
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Dr. Zayd Ratansi shares 10 tips on giving strength for arthritis pain. Tamara shares how to make a healthy buffalo lasagna dinner. Frank Austin shares how to raise kids the right way and lastly, Talking Stick discusses finding your true love.
  • Monday, June 25
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Clinical Therapist Hilda Green joins us to talk about boosting up self esteem and Michelle Morningstar and Tamara Goddard share tips on starting and managing your own business. Then, we join singer Susan Aglokark who talks about her music as a pop star artist.
  • Buffy Sainte Marie Part 2
    Sunday, June 24
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Tamara Bull shows us how to make a "gratitude" plant arrangement and Monique instructs us how to work out in and around the car. Chef John prepares a low-fat vegetable salad and we present Part 2 of our profile of international music icon, Buffy Sainte Marie.
  • Murray Porter
    Saturday, June 23
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Karen Bowers shows us her techniques for reversing sun damage and we profile some of our favorite YouTube videos. Once again, Tamara hits the streets to test the average Canadian's knowledge about Aboriginal culture in our new segment, "On the Spot" and Murray Porter performs his song, "1492".
  • Friday, June 22
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Tantoo Cardinal gets a low budget makeover under 100$ and Tamara gives tips on how to look and feel good. Edie shares whats hot in accessories and how to add some color and fun to your everyday look. Dr. Rosalin Henna discusses Vitamin D and how much is needed for the body. Lastly, Karen Bowers shares skin treatments and how healthy it is to get an Osmosis treatment done on the face.
  • Friday, June 22
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Elijah Harper joins us to share his culture being a First Nations hero and Kelly Gardan shows us health benefits from juicing. Then, we join singer Leela Gilday for a performance to song One Drum.
  • Thursday, June 21
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    This episode of First Talk is about giving green gifts to your loved ones. Tamara shares giving gifts to friends while saving money. Debbie Dick joins us to talk about what kind of clothing you should be buying and Chef Andrew Jeorge shares how to cook a delicious healthy meal. Then, we join Adrieme Harsfield who shares different natural remedy products.
  • First Nations
    Thursday, June 21
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk's Talking Stick panel discusses the controversy about what our people should be called. Aboriginal? Indigenous? First Nations? Steven Hammond joins us in-studio to talk about absolute confidence and Nadine Gagne and the Children of the Rainbow join us for a drum performance.
  • Wednesday, June 20
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Two heroes, Don Wallace and Richard Peter make a difference in their communites. Richard Peter is a disabled athletic wheelchair basketball player. His goals are to inspire youth to follow their dreams despite obstacles in the way. Ted Kuntz gives tips on how to change our thoughts from negative to positive. Tamara gives 4 tips on never being late again and arriving on time.
  • Mother Earth
    Wednesday, June 20
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    First, we view a 5-minute documentary on how toxic our homes are. Then, we show instructional videos that will help you nurture Mother Earth and Mary Johnston gives us the facts about water consumption.
  • Tuesday, June 19
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Michelle Morningstar shares how women who went missing in Downtown Eastside are remembered through beautiful art work. Interviews with different aboriginal women discussing "What do you think of your body? " Lastly, Tom Bee discusses how you can beat diabetes.
  • Buffy Sainte Marie Part 2
    Tuesday, June 19
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Tamara Bull shows us how to make a "gratitude" plant arrangement and Monique instructs us how to work out in and around the car. Chef John prepares a low-fat vegetable salad and we present Part 2 of our profile of international music icon, Buffy Sainte Marie.
  • Monday, June 18
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Talking Stick gets together and discusses what aboriginal men look for in a woman. Randy shares the second part of his journey on addiction and Geraldine Russ shares her story on sexual abuse and how she was able to overcome it as an adult. Lastly, 4 elements are described regarding the Medicine Wheel Healing.
  • Murray Porter
    Monday, June 18
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Karen Bowers shows us her techniques for reversing sun damage and we profile some of our favorite YouTube videos. Once again, Tamara hits the streets to test the average Canadian's knowledge about Aboriginal culture in our new segment, "On the Spot" and Murray Porter performs his song, "1492".
  • Hopi Nation
    Sunday, June 17
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk profiles the Hopi nation and Dr. Zayd Ratansi talks of new naturopathic trends. Susan Smith abolishes the myths surrounding sex trafficking.
  • Relationships
    Saturday, June 16
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk documents a protest against Shell Oil in B.C.'s heartland. Denise Findlay and Teresa Golka from Chameleon Strategies enlighten us on how to have a successful relationship and Chief Roy Jones talks about the importance of Omega 3.
  • Friday, June 15
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    David McIntosh teaches Laughing Yoga to students to release stress and help their bodies become relaxed when exercising. Chef Andrew George gives tips on secrets of cooking rabbit. Delia Palmer gives 7 time saving fitness tips to help you stay in shape and Tamara Bull gives 5 tips for boosting self confidence.
  • Friday, June 15
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    The life of Bill Reid is shared as being one of the best Native Sculpture Artists and Adam DreamHealer shares the fundamentals of healing through energy. Talking Stick discusses "Shadism" -half Natives or Full Natives appearing to have lighter skin and hair.
  • Thursday, June 14
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
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  • Dating
    Thursday, June 14
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk's Talking Stick panel discusses some issues in the Aboriginal community, such as dating, and laser technician, Alita, informs us about the latest laser trends in Hollywood. Tamara Bull tests the average Canadian's knowledge about Aboriginal culture as she hits the street in our fun new segment "On the Spot".
  • Wednesday, June 13
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    This two part episode is focused on residental schools. Kevin Annett creates a documentary regarding residental survivors and the abuse in the school systems. Sharon Thira shares how communities are copeing with the past abuse and Shane Pointe shares how residental school survivors are helping one another by creating a residental school suvivoral society.
  • Healing Process
    Wednesday, June 13
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    David Guthro joins us in-studio to tell us how to achieve unbridled success. Haida heroine, Laurie Bonacci tells us her tragic story and Frank Austin Manyhorses joins her to assist in the healing process. Karina Cook, a hairstylist from Mine Salon demonstrates how to find products that work for your hair.
  • Tuesday, June 12
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    This two part episode is focused on residental schools. Kevin Annett creates a documentary regarding residental survivors and the abuse in the school systems. Talking Stick discusses residental schools and the affects on Aborignal cultures.
  • Hopi Nation
    Tuesday, June 12
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk profiles the Hopi nation and Dr. Zayd Ratansi talks of new naturopathic trends. Susan Smith abolishes the myths surrounding sex trafficking.
  • Monday, June 11
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    This episode focuses on addiction in Aboriginal communities. Artist Randy Wisla shares his story on addiction and how he uses therapy to change his life around. Bob Manning who is a therapist shares how he has helped patients with addiction. Finally, the Talking Stick joins to discuss addiction.
  • Relationships
    Monday, June 11
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk documents a protest against Shell Oil in B.C.'s heartland. Denise Findlay and Teresa Golka from Chameleon Strategies enlighten us on how to have a successful relationship and Chief Roy Jones talks about the importance of Omega 3.
  • Buffy Sainte Marie Part 1
    Sunday, June 10
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    We profile icon, Buffy Sainte Marie, and Shaun Karp instructs us on how to properly workout in a chair. Jody from the Greater Vancouver Zoo joins us with two birds of prey.
  • Nisga's Territory
    Saturday, June 9
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk takes you into the lava beds of the Nisga's territory and Frank Austin Manyhorses shares his spiritual take on Mother Earth. After showcasing a business profile from the Hopi nation, we share some of our favorite YouTube videos.
  • Friday, June 8
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    This episode focuses on Aboriginal children in foster homes and how to cope with foster care. Richard Bull joins Tamara who talks about being adopted by a loving Aboriginal family. Executive Director of the Tribal Council Debbie Abbott talks about foster care and how the process works. Finally, Gaye Smith talks about why kids are put in foster care.
  • Racial Passing
    Friday, June 8
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk's Talking Stick group talks about "racial passing". Do lighter skinned aboriginals have it easier? Glen MacGyver joins Tamara and shares some knowledge about spiritual healing and Chef John prepares a low-fat chicken quesadilla.
  • Thursday, June 7
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    This episode focuses on abuse and forms of abuse. Dave Swallow shares what it takes to be a Aboriginal traditional Medicine Man. Frank Austin shares the road to spiritual healing and the affects of abuse. Paul Callow known as the "Balcony Rapist" talks about healing and how he was able to recover from a dramatic lifestyle.
  • Indian Romance
    Thursday, June 7
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk's Talking Stick panel talks about the concept of "Indian Romance" and Hilda Green joins us in-studio to discuss how to co-parent. Tamara Bull takes us to a golf course for a lesson.
  • Wednesday, June 6
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Dr. J Wortman shares on the discussion of diabetes and why it happens in the Aboriginal community. Daniel shares healthy juicing techniques and easy ways to create healthy drinks at "Juicy Ways."
  • Children's Hospital
    Wednesday, June 6
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Dr. Leemo shares his knowledge about preventative cancer measures and Dr. Jay Wortman prepares a low-carb barbecue. First Talk visits the B.C. Children's Hospital and learns how to properly child-proof a home.
  • Tuesday, June 5
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    Talking Stick discuss if older woman should date younger men. Evelyn Joesph shares on dating within your culture or out of your culture. Ronald Lee gives tips to young girls on finding someone special.
  • Buffy Sainte Marie Part 1
    Tuesday, June 5
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    We profile icon, Buffy Sainte Marie, and Shaun Karp instructs us on how to properly workout in a chair. Jody from the Greater Vancouver Zoo joins us with two birds of prey.
  • Monday, June 4
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    This episode focuses on Sexual Abuse. Don Wallace talks about his childhood and how he dealt with voice abuse. Don Wright shares ways to protect your children from sexual predators and lastly the Talking Stick discusses sexual abuse topics.
  • Nisga's Territory
    Monday, June 4
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk takes you into the lava beds of the Nisga's territory and Frank Austin Manyhorses shares his spiritual take on Mother Earth. After showcasing a business profile from the Hopi nation, we share some of our favorite YouTube videos.
  • Fear of Success
    Sunday, June 3
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Dr. Jay Wortman shows us how to cook a low-carb breakfast. Psychology work-shoppers, Melissa and Mike, talk about the fear of success and Frank Austin Manyhorses explains why people cheat and lie.
  • Hopi Nation
    Saturday, June 2
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    Dr. Brunel talks about the importance of Vitamin D and we profile the Hopi nation. Shaun Karp shows us how to have an all over body workout in 30 minutes.
  • Friday, June 1
    5:00 pm on FNX 9.3
    This episode focuses on Sacred Sundance Ceremonies, petitions against violence for women, and a performance by Road Engine.
  • Nisga's Treaty
    Friday, June 1
    12:30 pm on FNX 9.3
    First Talk's Talking Stick bunch discusses racism as it affects both sides. After taking a look at the Nisga's treaty, we are joined by government representative, Mercy Thomas, and chief treaty negotiator, Joe Gosnell, to talk about the Nisga's treaty.