CHED Afternoons

630 CHED Afternoons combines news, conversation, and Edmonton stories to keep you informed and entertained.

Join Bryn Griffiths and Reid Wilkins for topical stories and fascinating guests. 630 CHED Afternoons is the perfect way to spend weekday afternoons from 2 to 5 p.m.

Anchor Randy Kilburn also brings you the headlines of the day.

CHED Afternoons is produced by Cassandra Jodoin with technical production from Derek Scott.

News
251
Study finds short-term drought is harder on gra...
Dr. Cameron Carlyle, rangeland ecologist, Faculty of Agriculture, Life, & Environmental Science, University of Alberta
8 min
252
CEBA repayment deadline looming closer for Albe...
Annie Dormuth, director of provincial affairs for Alberta, Canadian Federation of Independent Business
8 min
253
Why do we love mystery books so much?
Janice MacDonald, Edmonton Author and creator of the Randy Craig Mysteries
11 min
254
The frozen fears of property owners
Curtis Azevedo, Edmonton Branch Manager, First Onsite
8 min
255
At Your Best with Yonah Budd
Yonah Budd, host, At Your Best on the Corus Radio Network
8 min
256
Sleep, mood and savings are benefits in taking ...
Dr. Peter Selby, researcher, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)
8 min
257
Could your neighbourhood have played a role in ...
AJ Wray, PhD candidate in Geography, Western University
7 min
258
What happened to Team Canada at the World Juni...
Dennis Beyak, play-by-play analyst
8 min
259
How social prescribing can help connect Canadians
Dr. Kate Mulligan, senior director, the Canadian Institute for Social Prescribing
8 min
260
How can AI help beavers?
​Dr. Emily Fairfax, beaver researcher, Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, Environment, and Society, University of Minnesota
8 min
261
Canada's housing plans are forgetting to includ...
Pascal Chan, senior director, transportation, infrastructure and construction, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce
9 min
262
Canada and the U.S. warn Houthis against furthe...
Bill Roggio, senior fellow and editor of Foundation for Defense of Democracies
10 min
263
How can we help the homeless in Edmonton
Dr. John Lilley, former vice-chair of the Edmonton Police Commission & David Berger, former deputy executive director of Boyle Street Community Services.
9 min
264
Do you need to cold plunge?
Dr. Stephen Cheung, kinesiology professor and senior research fellow, Brock University
10 min
265
Cruises are getting longer and longer
Claire Newell, President and CEO of Travel Best Bets
11 min
266
Rare fossils of a Cretaceous-era lizard found n...
Dr. Corwin Sullivan, Associate Professor and Associate Chair, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Alberta
10 min
267
Canada and U.S. compete over claims to Arctic s...
Dr. Robert Huebert, professor at the University of Calgary's Centre for Military, Security and Strategic Studies
10 min
268
New report indicates the size of federal public...
Aaron Wudrick, domestic program director, Macdonald Laurier Institute
9 min
269
How to be more mindful in 2024
Hali Kil, Assistant Professor, Psychology, Simon Fraser University
9 min
270
How an Alberta wildlife rehab centre takes care...
Scottie Potter, Communications Coordinator, Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation (AIWC)
8 min
271
Energy corridors could eliminate repetitive env...
Krystle Wittevrongel, senior policy analyst & Alberta Project Lead, Montreal Economic Institute
8 min
272
Can we take public space back from cars
André Picard, Globe and Mail columnist. He is also the author of six bestselling books - most recent “Neglected no More”
7 min
273
Is Edmonton the worst for distracted driving?
Dominic Schamuhn, manager of advocacy with the Alberta Motor Association
9 min
274
What to expect in our sky in 2024
Frank Florian, Director, Planetarium and Space Sciences at TELUS World of Science
9 min
275
Computer science education continues to grow in...
Quinn McCashin, the paper's lead author, PhD candidate in education at the University of Alberta
7 min