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Studio 4 is an hour of compelling conversation about the arts, politics, social issues and everything in between, featuring guests from Vancouver and around the world.

In this interview, which aired July 17, 2008, Fanny Kiefer discusses some aspects of Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas' work, including his 2008 release Flight of the Hummingbird. (21:15)

Named one of the twenty-five most influential Canadian women by Chatelaine magazine, host Fanny Kiefer brings her inquisitive mind and sharp insight to in-depth discussions with:

  • Canada's political elite, such as former Prime Minister Paul Martin, BC Premier Gordon Campbell and Senator Larry Campbell
  • Global influencers, such as economist Jane Jacobs, UN Special Envoy for AIDS in Africa Stephen Lewis, and primatologist Dr. Jane Goodall
  • Acclaimed authors, including Salman Rushdie, Margaret Atwood, Ann-Marie MacDonald and Louis de Bernieres
  • Visionaries like designer Bruce Mau, architect Arthur Erickson, and astronaut Dr. Roberta Bondar
  • Artists and creators, such as filmmakers Norman Jewison and Constantin Costa-Gavras, tenor Ben Heppner, and Haida artist Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas
  • Local changemakers like Pivot Legal Society's John Richardson, FarmFolk CityFolk's Herb Barbolet, authors and spoken word artists Ivan E. Coyote and Wayde Compton
Always entertaining, intimate and informative, Studio 4 reflects the energy and dynamism that is Vancouver. See the official Studio 4 website at .