Yellowknife 709 Schedule

Schedule May 21-27


2018 Freezin’ for a Reason

The 2018 YK LETR Freezin’ for a Reason polar plunge fundraiser in Long Lake. May 2018.

Daily 1 pm, 8 pm, 10 pm

Boreal Herbal

Herbalist Beverley Gray welcomes Robert Dale Rogers as they explore a variety of boreal medicinal plants.

Daily 2 pm
Mon, Wed, Thur, Sun 7 pm, 8:30 pm

Wild Kitchen

Host Tiffany Ayalik learns about the connection between farming and foraging at the Northern Farm Training Institute in Hay River, NT.

Daily 1:30 pm
Mon, Wed, Thur, Sun 7:30 pm
Mon, Wed, Thur, Sun 10:30 pm

NFB: Inuit Films 1967

“At the Autumn River Camp”, Pt 1 and 2 (1967). Directed by Quentin Young.

Tues, Thur, Sat 2:30 pm
Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun 9 pm

Northern Films

Short Northern films by filmmakers Marty O’Brien, Jen Walden, Edward Westerhuis.

Tues, Fri, Sat 8:30 pm, 10:30 pm

Maximum Limit Fishing

Host Maxim Bloudov shows you his secrets to catching elusive mid-summer Walleyes at Namushka Lodge, NT. Ep 5, 2012
Host Maxim Bloudov and crew attempt the Triple Slam – catching their daily limit of Pike, Walleye and Trout at Namushka Lodge. Ep 6, 2012.

Ep 305. Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun 2:30 pm / Tues, Fri, Sat 7 pm / Tues, Thur, Sat 9 pm
Ep 306. Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun 3 pm / Tues, Fri, Sat 7:30 pm / Tues, Thur, Sat 9:30 pm

Short, Sweet Yoga w Erica

Yoga instructor Erica Heuer leads you through a short, sweet beginner yoga practice.

Daily 7 am, 10 am

Northern Historical Films

A rotating selection of historical films focusing on northern history, culture and lifestyles.

Daily 11 pm

Yellowknife TV Bingo

TV Bingo live from the Yellowknife Elks Hall Sunday through Thursday starting at 5:55pm.

Sun-Thur 5:55 pm