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Tech Talk with Alan Perry

Alan Perry

"Tech Talk" is a two-hour tech-focussed radio talkshow broadcast live from 10:05am-Noon PT on Saturdays on C-FAX 1070 Radio in Victoria, BC, Canada. Notes are at


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Latest Episodes

Gary Beyer from Tesseract 2.0 Computers joins Alan for the March 18, 2023, edition of CFAX Tech Talk.

7 days ago

London Drugs Tech Experience Manager Ricky Winter joins Alan for the Mar 11, 2023, edition of CFAX Tech Talk.

14 days ago

Charles Martin , Victoria Mac and iOS User Group Program Director, London Drugs In-Home Tech Specialist, and Contributing Editor at joins us on air.

21 days ago


4.5 out of 5 stars from 76 ratings
  • Love the show

    Useful info and advice, plus fun stuff, all explained in a way that demystifies the tech jargon for non-techies like me. I never miss an episode and really appreciate the handy ‘show notes’. So thank you, Alan and Brian, and all your guest experts. You are truly appreciated!

    Apple Podcasts
    Soo gc
    Canadaa year ago
  • Absolutely lovely

    I really enjoy the show and the tech tips and news are easy to listen to. Thanks Alan and Brian for all your hard work!

    Apple Podcasts
    Francis Baklinski
    Canada2 years ago
  • Always interesting

    Like how the show is audience centric. I’m happy to hear what the average person is doing. I get asked questions about computers from friends. And your show a lot of the time has talked about an update or something I can pass along. I encourage others to listen to your show! Great job!

    Apple Podcasts
    Canada2 years ago
  • Tech or cameras?

    Seems like this has become Camera Talk more than tech but then cell phones are more camera than phone nowadays. If you’re not into photography it’s often pretty boring listening to the hosts drone on about stuff you don’t understand. There’s still the odd call-in being told to switch it off and switch it on again. Not the show it used to be.

    Apple Podcasts
    Canada2 years ago
  • Tech talk

    Sometimes wanders off topic, but otherwise a great show.

    Apple Podcasts
    Canada2 years ago

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