On Saturday, March 10th, 2018, Canadian Journalist, Brandy Yanchyk, will be chatting about making her new travel show Seeing Canada on Buffalo’s PBS channel WNED-TV. It’s part of a Pledge Drive from 2pm to 4pm EST for WNED-TV. You’ll get a chance to see the first three episodes of #SeeingCanada which explore Nimmo Bay, BC, Manitoulin Island, Ontario, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Banff, Alberta and Niagara Falls, Ontario.
You can download Brandy Yanchyk’s travel APP which contains videos about exciting adventures tourists can have in Alberta.
It’s available for free on your iPhone or Android. Enjoy.
Now you can watch my series #DinoTrails when you are flying on Air Canada from April 1st – June 30, 2018. The series will be available on all flights in Canada, in the USA and international! Thank you STORYHIVE and TELUS!
Public TV stations in the USA including PBS are airing Seeing Canada.
Here is a list of the stations and air times that we know about now:
1. WPBS will start airing “Seeing Canada” Saturday mornings starting January 13th at 9AM. WPBS-DT and WNPI-DT are a PBS member station serving northern New York. Originating in the Watertown/Potsdam region, its primary audience includes Kingston, Ottawa and most of eastern Ontario.http://www.wpbstv.org/cms-display/program_schedule.html#page=schedule&day=20180113&provider=Broadcast
2. KCTS and KYVE will start airing SEEING CANADA on Sunday, January 14 at 6:30pm.
The series will air for six weeks at 6:30pm on Sundays into February.
3. KQED PLUS will start airing Seeing Canada on on Tuesdays at 9:30am starting Jan 23. KQED PLUS airs in Northern California.
5. WCNY will be showing Seeing Canada in February. WCNY serves Syracuse, New York. http://www.wcny.org
“Seeing Canada” will air on WCNY Sundays at 6 a.m. starting February 18.
The series will also air on a cable-only channel WCNY programs called “HowTo.” It will air in a travel block Fridays and Sundays at 1 p.m. and repeating at 9 p.m. starting February 2 and 4, respectively. This HowTo channel is an 8-hour block that repeats twice in 24-hour window so those programs will also air at 5 a.m. on Saturdays and Mondays.
7. Maine Public Television will air episode six of Seeing Canada which includes PEI, New Brunswick & Quebec episode on February 22, 2018 at 10pm with a repeat airing on Feb. 24, 2018 at 11am as part of their “Community Films” series.http://mainepublic.org/post/seeing-canada-pei-new-brunswick-quebec#stream/0
Maine Public Television will also air episode four of Seeing Canada which includes Western Newfoundland and the Northwest Territories on March 29 at 10:00pm and March 31 at 11:00am.http://mainepublic.org/post/seeing-canada-western-newfoundland-and-northwest-territories
9. KSPS will air Seeing Canada Fridays at 1:00 PM PT beginning March 16, 2018 and an encore broadcast will air on Monday evenings at 7:30 PM PT beginning April 30th. KSPS Public Television is available in two million households throughout the Inland Northwest and Canada. KSPS serves Spokane and eastern Washington, northern Idaho, western Montana, southeastern British Columbia, and most of Alberta including Calgary and Edmonton. KSPS is also seen across the nation of Canada on Shaw Direct. KSPS is carried over the air, on translator systems, on cable systems and via satellite.
10. Eastern Florida State College is airing Seeing Canada. Check out the listings here.
11. Utah’s Education Network is airing Seeing Canada. See the listings on UEN here.
12. Detroit Public TV will be airing Seeing Canada on March 18th, 2018 at 3pm EST.
I’m making a new documentary called #MsScientist about Women and Science for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. I’m hoping to feature scientists who live in Alberta and British Columbia. If you know of someone who you think would be interesting to profile please send me a message at brandy@brandyYproductions.com.
Thank you for your help.
You can watch the first four episodes of Brandy Yanchyk’s new travel show #SeeingCanada online on CPAC here:
Seeing Canada – Nimmo Bay, British Columbia and Manitoulin Island, Ontario:
Seeing Canada – Winnipeg, Manitoba and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan:
Seeing Canada – Banff, Alberta and Niagara Falls, Ontario:
Seeing Canada – Western Newfoundland and the Northwest Territories:
Seeing Canada – Nunavut and Yukon
Seeing Canada – PEI, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Quebec
Catch the first three episodes of Brandy Yanchyk’s #SeeingCanada online at CPAC.
You can see them here:
Seeing Canada – Nimmo Bay, British Columbia and Manitoulin Island, Ontario
The first three episodes of Brandy Yanchyk’s six part series called #SeeingCanada will air back to back on Sunday, October 8th at 9pm, 9:30 and 10pm (all times eastern) on CPAC in Canada.
In January the full six part series will air on CPAC and also on public TV stations in the USA including PBS.
#SeeingCanada is a six part documentary travel series by journalist Brandy Yanchyk about exploring Canada and it’s Signature Experiences.
Episode 1. Canadian journalist Brandy Yanchyk explores Nimmo Bay in British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest, followed by an authentic indigenous experience with the Great Spirit Circle Trail on Manitoulin Island, Ontario.
Episode 2. Canadian journalist Brandy Yanchyk travels to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan to learn about the local foodie scene and explore Waneskewin Heritage Park. Next, she travels to Winnipeg, Manitoba, where she visits the Canadian Museum for Human Rights and learns about the city’s secret Hermetic Code.
Episode 3. Canadian journalist Brandy Yanchyk travels on horseback to the famous Plain of Six Glaciers Trail in Lake Louise. Next, she experiences Niagara Falls by helicopter and boat, followed by a trip to a local Niagara winery.
The summer and autumn of 2007 will be a busy time for Brandy Yanchyk as she is filming and editing her new six part travel documentary series “Seeing Canada”. “Seeing Canada” will air across Canada and also the USA. In the states it will be on public television stations including PBS. “Seeing Canada” will come out in October 2017.
Brandy is also in preproduction on a new documentary for CBC about women and science called “Ms. Scientist”.
Brandy Yanchyk’s new documentary “The Dinosaur Echo” will air on CBC TV’s Absolutely Canadian on September 9th, 2017
Brandy Yanchyk’s newest documentary on dinosaurs called “The Dinosaur Echo” will air on CBC’s Absolutely Canadian on September 9th, 2017.