Monthly Archives: July 2013
Here are some examples of Brandy Yanchyk’s work for BBC World TV’s TRAVEL SHOW and FAST TRACK since 2009. BBC Fast Track is the weekly leisure and business TV travel programme broadcast on the BBC World News TV channel to a global audience of more than 303 million homes, reaching 71 million viewers each week.
Ice-canoeing in Quebec City – Quebec, Canada
Alberta’s night sky spectacular – Jasper and Wood Buffalo National Parks, Alberta, Canada.
Learn to heli-ski in Canada’s backcountry – Revelstoke, British Columbia, Canada.
“The polar bear capital of the world” – Churchill, Manitoba, Canada.
“The aboriginal community using tourism to help preserve its way of life”– Haida Gwaii, British Columbia, Canada.
“Could an aerial turf war make cross Canada travel cheaper?” – Yukon, Alberta and Ontario, Canada.
“Hug a tree to be happy” – Koli National Park – Finland.
“Protecting Tasmania’s pristine nature” – Tasmania, Australia.
“Cave diving in New Zealand” – Waitomo Caves in New Zealand
“Heli-hiking in the remote Canadian Rockies” – Golden, British Columbia, Canada.
“Viewing the spectacular Northern Lights” – Yellowknife, the capital of Canada’s Northwest Territories, Canada.
“Learn to ice climb in Canada” – Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada.
“How to be a cowboy in Canada” – Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
“Arctic safari attracts visitors” – Inuit villages and uninhabited islands in Northern Canada.
“Fast:track goes dogsledding” – Haliburton, Ontario, Canada.
“Fast Track: In Canada” – Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada.
Daybreak Alberta interviews filmmaker Brandy Yanchyk about her documentary “Oil Calling”. Click here to listen.
“Answering the Call – New documentary shines spotlight on immigrants in the oil patch” – Pipeline News North
The documentary “Oil Calling” is featured in the Pipeline News North magazine. Read the article: Answering the Call – New documentary shines spotlight on immigrants in the oil patch