Elder Amos Tumma is storytelling about long ago Kittigaar̂ungmiut, Utqalungmiut, Qikiqarr̂ungmiut, and Uummarmiut culture and way of life long ago before and after the arrival of the bowhead whalers, trading, and the trading post era.
Elder Amos Tumma is storytelling about Inuvialuit and Inupiat culture and way of life long ago before and after the arrival of the bowhead whalers, trading, and the trading post era on the A Long Time Ago program.
CHAK’s A Long Time Ago host Louie Goose introduces Jim Wolki and Father Le Meur where Jim is telling the final part six of The Long Crossing story. Father Le Meur then interviews Jim about his successful trapping days when he was younger.
Joe Nasogaluak is storytelling a story that was already in progress about Caucasion bowhead whale hunters and more Caucasion people arriving, and about the many ways that Inuvialuit ways of life have changed since then.
A Long Time Ago host Ishmael Alunik airs Elder Ralph Kimiksana is storytelling about the traditional life long ago when he was younger. Ralph also talks about how people would help each other long ago without expecting payment unlike today.