Cross Talk's daily phone-in connects listeners from across Newfoundland and Labrador - and beyond.
Weekend AM is CBC Radio One's province-wide, Saturday and Sunday morning show across Newfoundland and Labrador. You'll meet creative people up to all sorts of things that keep life in Newfoundland and Labrador interesting.
Welcome to The Morning Brew Podcast, presented by the Labrador West Chamber of Commerce. Each week we keep you up to date on all things Lab West, with candid interviews with business owners local (and from away), share business ideas, teach valuable lessons on growing a strong, vibrant business, and we discuss issues concerning our local business community. Recorded in Labrador City, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.
The ocean is a part of daily life in Newfoundland and Labrador. Whether it’s fishing, tourism, shipping, research or culture, there are thousands of people whose lives have some connection to the sea. The Broadcast casts a wide net to explore the stories of people in coastal communities in Newfoundland and Labrador and around the world.
Geek Culture Podcasting Network based out of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.
Whether you live in Clarenville, Port Aux Basques, southern Labrador or any point in between...CBC Newfoundland Morning is for you. It's an upbeat, friendly start to your day. Bernice and Martin have the information you need, want and can't do without!
Pigeon Post is a podcast created and produced by staff at Admiralty House Communications Museum in Mount Pearl, Newfoundland and Labrador. Through storytelling as well as oral history interviews, this podcast aims to keep the history of Admiralty House alive, while also focusing on elements of the community of Mount Pearl.
Once a month, Spotlight On The City highlights the local music scene of a different city from around the world.
Official podcast of the Liberal Party of Canada
A roundup of news and views and LOLs from Newfoundland and Labrador's independent reader supported media, The Independent. Hosted by Drew Brown, Andie Bulman, and Jen Brown. https://theindependent.ca/
Road Trip Radio is a family friendly podcast celebrating all things Canada! Brought to you by the creative team behind CBC’s This is That, each episode playfully explores one of our country’s provinces and territories offering fun documentaries, cool interviews, adventure stories and comedy!
Ten-minute tales from the road from travel pro Doug Wallace offer up travel tips and trends, insider intel on hot hotels and travel essentials, culinary adventure, spa treats, sanity splurges, bucket-list tweaking and city-guide must-do lists. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Canada's Calling is a new podcast series that follows hosts Mike and Ashley as they travel to every province and territory to connect with Canadians who are answering their calling. A journey where they leave each visit changed by the people they encounter and the experiences they come across. They'll weave together the stories of the people and the places that make each area of Canada unique and connect to what it truly means to be Canadian.
"St. John's based artists are featured on the January edition of Spotlight on the City. You'll hear from Kelly McMichael, Kyle Gryphon, Kirk Wells, Sherry Ryan, Conditioner, Property, and more! 00:00 - Spotlight on St. John’s01:32 - The Weight of Everything - Land of the Lakes04:57 - Changes - Adrian House08:48 - Stay - Mick Davis12:16 - Montreal -…
Season 2, Episode 5 with special guest Danielle King, owner of Pizza Delight, Labrador City, and Mortgage Broker for Dominion Lending Centres.By Labrador West Chamber of Commerce
Elimination of Air Canada flights to NL will hurt Gander International Airport and inter-provincial tourism, NL's federation of municipalities laments population decreases that reduce local tax revenues, old photos rescued by a Corner Brook mill worker nearly 40 years ago finally see the light of day, and a dad who's spent a decade of winter nights…
Federal fisheries won't release its management plan for a while yet.But some groups in this province are looking for changes.Especially when it comes to hook and release fishing or catch and release, as it's also called. Guests:Robert Bishop is the president of SAEN, the Salmonid Association of Eastern Newfoundland.Gary Gale is the president of COR…
MUN Harris Centre rep says Appleton's decision to discontinue tax breaks for seniors reflects a provincial slide in the tax base, White Hills ski facility is stockpiling manufactured snow - and hope - in the face of mild weather, western Newfoundland's snowmobile sales are strong despite the pandemic and late arrival of snow, and a Newfoundland wom…
The much loved northern fish, the arctic char, is in trouble because of climate change. And where do you stand on catch and release of salmon in this province? We'll hear more on that debate.
Are you someone who takes great pleasure in having lots of stuff around, from books to collectibles to clothing to gadgets and tools.Or do you prefer having plenty of space in your closets and cupboards, and having the bare minimum of stuff to keep you going?Guests:Viviana Ramirez Luna and Sophie Wells are both on the Zero Waste Action Team.…
What if toddlers went to school? Expert says adding daycares to district schools makes sense. We revisit the Colonial Building Riots of 1932 in St. John's, ski and nature park crew in Pasadena uses lack of snow to widen the trails, and a woman is busy making charcuterie boards with Newfoundland food-related sayings.…
The discussion continues about the rebuilding plan for northern cod.15 dead pilot whales found stranded on the beach at 3 rock cove before Christmas
Creating beautiful useful things is something people in this province excel at.Tell us, is there a craft you've always wanted to learn?Guests: Joanne O’Leary, Program Coordinator for the Craft Council Clay Studio.Melissa Tarrant, Business Advisor & Facility Coordination, Quidi Vidi Village Plantation.…
Many of us are driving less during the pandemic, but did we have fewer accidents last year? The Insurance Bureau of Canada looks into it, and former Vancouver Canuck Jason King of Corner Brook is back with the NHL team as an assistant coach.
Criticism continues to roll in on DFO's northern cod rebuilding plan. We'll hear from Oceana Canada. And what about science on herring? One harvester says he's been paying out of pocket to get that information.
Today we're focusing on the history of alcohol in this province. My guest has just written a highly engaging book about it. Whether you drink the stuff yourself or not, it's importance in the context of history cannot be overstated. Sheilah Roberts Lukins is hoping to hear stories that remain in your family that point toward the significant role th…
Season 2, Episode 4 with special guest Dion Temple, owner of Twin City Distributors.By Labrador West Chamber of Commerce
Mayor of Roddickton-Bide Arm wants to know when local people can get Covid-19 vaccinations - Labrador-Grenfell Health responds. Advocates for Corner Brook's new hospital say the Liberals are reneging on their promise to buy a PET scanner for the region, and MUN School of Music says students and faculty are not only adapting, but innovating amid the…
Fisheries Minister Bernadette Jordan speaks about a new rebuilding plan for Atlantic cod and retrieving ghost gear; John Sheppard with the Citizens Outdoor Rights Alliance talks about changing current salmon angling rules.
Trivia with Ted Blades.
Two Americans who moved to Newfoundland and Labrador react to the political violence in Washington, public service union braces for bad news from the Premier's Economic Recovery Team, historic courthouse in Greenspond offers cool business possibilities, and your natural Christmas tree could make a nice gift for backyard wildlife.…
DFO's long awaited plan to rebuild northern cod stock is sharply criticized by the N.L Groundfish Development council. Kraken Robotics wants to help find a lost fishing boat but the rcmp has refused the offer
Pamela Morgan was part of the legendary Figgy Duff. She's well known for her recordings with Anita Best. And she's just as well known as a songwriter, with several solo albums to her credit. And she's standing by to take your questions about songwriting.
NL Federation of Labour president says she stepped down from the Premier's Economic Recovery Team because it conflicted with her role as a labour activist, Glovertown man frustrated by repeated efforts to get help from Crown Lands office, and people in West St. Modeste name their new fire truck in memory of one of the community's strongest supporte…
Today we're exploring some of the incredible seafaring history of this place.Jean Pierre Andrieux is an author and the owner of a huge collection of historical photos. Neil Burgess is the president of the Shipwreck Preservation Society of Nfld and Labrador.
Former NL politicians Sandy Collins, Roger Grimes and Lorraine Michael weigh in on the important issues leading up to the 2021 provincial election, people in a western Newfoundland community say their only road in and out is eroding and unsafe, and an artist depicts the story of the blue whale that drifted ashore in Trout River and made headlines a…
Frustrations among halibut harvesters who have to dump valuable fish over the sides of their boats. There's been a dramatic increase in the population of cormorants in recent years. Did you know there's a controversial cull on the seabirds in Ontario?
Geologist and her colleague share a national Prospector of the Year award for their work to advance a gold mine in central Newfoundland, a woman thanks a Corner Brook surgeon for helping save her arm after a car accident 64 years ago, an e-commerce expert gives tips on reducing the hassles of returning Christmas gifts, and a designer has a flair fo…
Author Mark Kurlansky on his latest book - "Salmon"
We hear the story of a Port de Grave woman who hopes to carry on her father's legacy on the water. A special Land & Sea show called Woman in the Wheelhouse.
We're asking you to share your New Year's greetings with family and friends across the province.
Do you have a favorite toy you received at Christmas? Or maybe on a Christmas long ago?
We take you fishing off the Burin Peninsula. This show is all about a quirky, squishy species: the Sea Cucumber
Tell us about the outdoor decorations you've seen, or been a part of creating, this holiday season.
Corner Brook-born singer and songwriter Kim Harris lives in Nova Scotia now. While she won't be in NL for Christmas, she talks about her home and reminisces about songs that put her in a holiday mood.
We haven't done a musical request show for the longest time. And it's the perfect day for it. Call in, tell us about a great seasonal song that you'd like to hear and we'll be only too happy to play it for you. We want to keep the music local, because there are so many fantastic musicians in Nfld and Labrador. So if there's a holiday song from here…
People in Terra Nova raise money to fix damage caused by bats at Eddie Eastman Hall, TechNL program will train high school student for jobs in the industry, condition called misophonia causes people to feel angry or disgusted by common sounds - such as eating or drinking - and NL actor and producer Ruth Lawrence directs a film for the first time...…
The moratorium on northern cod was called in 1992. Today, the department of fisheries and oceans finally has a rebuilding plan for that stock. There's a lot of herring but managers say they're too small to fish. We'll hear the science on that stock.
old-time Christmas traditions with writer Gary Collins
A man in New-Wes-Valley raises more than eight-thousand dollars for the Kids Eat Smart program at a local school, Memorial University is asking you to take part in a project about food security, and the community of Salvage considers how to show off the heritage of its fisherman's museum building.
Provincial Minister of Fisheries, Elvis Loveless. We hope to get his take on fishery science, aquaculture, seismic testing, halibut, herring and more. Frustrations in the herring fishery on the west coast continue.