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.
Cross Talk's daily phone-in connects listeners from across Newfoundland and Labrador - and beyond.
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.
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.
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.
A roundup of news and views from Newfoundland and Labrador's independent, reader supported media, The Independent https://theindependent.ca/ hosted by Drew Brown, Andie Bulman, and Jen Brown.
Official podcast of the Liberal Party of Canada
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!
A Christian Women's Show that provides an online space where you are SEEN, HEARD and LOVED!
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.
Ramona's special guests Andrew O'Brien and Catherine Allan of Fortunate Ones chat about the importance of music.
A Netflix series has increased local interest in chess, and a young chef from Clarenville gets a recipe in a nationa cook book.
Today's show is all about sounds.The ones that bring you right back to where you grew up when you hear them.Our guest on the show today is Evan Mercer. He's been getting lots of attention for the hilarious recordings he's done as a homesick Newfoundlander.
Part Two: Enid Stevenson is a war bride from England who's lived in Corner Brook, NL since the end of World War Two. She's turning 100 on Sunday.
The mother of the first school-aged child in NL to be diagnosed with COVID-19 tells what happened, an inmate of the Bishop's Falls Corrections Centre says he was assaulted by corrections officers while he was unconscious in a dentist's chair; we speak with his lawyer. And a retail worker gives us advice on dealing with other Christmas shoppers duri…
He was North America's youngest master mariner and a man worshipped in his community of Carbonear. Learn about the adventures and endless generosity of Captain Guy Earle. His son, Philip Earle, has written a book - "I'll Go The Length of Meself"
Drew and Andie dive into the proverbial City of St. John's swamp (aka Kelly's Brook Trail) this week as we check in with new Independent municipal writer Jess Puddister. Also, Drew has two minutes of hate for (part of) Alberta, and Jess makes a really fancy lunch. Read Jess's excellent column, "So Moved."…
We've got Alan Doyle taking your calls on the show today.His life has changed radically since the pandemic started. But it hasn't affected his creativity.He spearheaded a musical project. And Alan Doyle has a brand new book out.A funny one. Aimed at cheering us all up. I've got copies to give away.
Enid Stevenson is a war bride from England who's lived in Corner Brook, NL since the end of World War Two. She's turning 100 on Sunday. Here's Part One of a conversation with her.
Researchers at University of Alberta say they're on track to find a cure for diabetes, local online retailer offers Black Friday shopping tips, DFO invites you to share info about shark sightings to help with research, and Canadian Psychological Association launches a new podcast to deal with people's concerns during the pandemic.…
Sharks are in our waters more than you might think. We'll take a deep dive into that. And, The Original Shipster with a tale about the Santa Maria Manuela of the Portuguese White Fleet.
On the pro side, they can help you get more sleep.On the con side, they can come with some pretty serious health risks.Take advantage of this opportunity to get some useful information.Call in with your questions about sleeping pills.
A Deer Lake mother home-schooling her kids sends them back to school, in time to be potentially exposed to the coronavirus. A small business in Pasadena entices people to shop local without even leaving the couch, Port Aux Basques mayor will make a presentation against the costs of the Gulf ferry service, and the Town of Gander will soon be able to…
Lots of anglers on the salmon rivers this past season. Salmon poachers too. We hear from an enforcement officer. Fish harvesters are increasing frustrated with what they see as a lack of science being done on fish stocks.
What changes would you make here so that we were all healthier?
Fears over increasing COVID cases in the Maritimes cause NL to temporarily leave Atlantic bubble, families will have to adjust to new isolation rules for rotational workers, psychologist offers coping tips for us during Covid-19's second wave, folklorist tells us how important historic gravesites are, and Brazilian music duo records an album in NL.…
South coast cod is in trouble. We hear from a harvester who says the key to cod rebound is capelin. And, should N.L. view the International Fund for Animal Welfare with new eyes? Not so fast, says a listener.
In today's See Hear Love episode we begin our Advent series focused on HOPE.We prepare our hearts and minds for the birth of Christ. The Hope of the World!Join Host Melinda, Grace Spencer (Pastor, Reunion Church) and Drew Brown (Social Justice Advocate & Music Producer) along with monthly segment contributors Addison Bevere (Author, Saints: Becomin…
Deer Lake shuts down town office and arena complex amid cases of COVID-19 in the town, closure of antimony mine in Glenwood will hurt local economy, some trail users in Grand Falls-Windsor are upset with removal of beaver dams on trailways, and academic is researching the learning challenges of students who were "preemies."…
Seeing the International Fund for Animal Welfare with new eyes. Instead of holding grudges, should we look for opportunities to connect with this controversial organization? And exploring the creatures living in the depths of the Labrador Sea.
For Jason Sikoak, reclaiming his true family surname means reclaiming a big part of his identity and heritage. For Veselina Tomova, a new book for children tells a very personal story.
Analyst weighs in on the suspension of a central Nfld. antimony mine, health care providers fight the pandemic - and "super bugs." Musician Ian Foster releases a new song, while putting together a video for a Christmas show, and two women say one way to combat the anxiety of the pandemic age is to decorate your home for Christmas - as earle as you …
You've made it through another week. It's time to celebrate.We've got Ted Blades standing by for another episode of Trivia.
Focusing on search and rescue. We'll hear about the efforts of a newly formed citizen group. What is holding Canadians back from buying more fish and seafood? We explore that question with the Fisheries Council of Canada.
Grade Seven students in Twillingate add to their understanding of a novel by learning how to make pottery. The class was held outdoors, in freezing temperatures.
A runway at Gander, once designated as an emergency landing runway for the Space Shuttle, will close for the winter, online conversation will mark Trans Day of Remembrance, community theatre groups carry out their duty to entertain you during the pandemic, and Twillingate public library wants your old photos for on online Christmas display.…
Oceana Canada's fishery audit shows there's a lot of work to be done on rebuilding fish stocks. Could mussels be used to treat polluted waters? Find out about a brand new material from those shells you toss away.
Despite recent Covid-19 cases, gov't won't change isolation rules for rotational workers returning to NL, Newfoundland born Indigenous has illustrations published in a Marvel Comic, Grade Sevens learn about making pottery - outdoors - and a new book tells about people's adventures in Newfoundland's rugged Gaff Topsail area.…
Only one quarter of Canada's fish stocks considered healthy. A troubling finding of a fishery audit released by Oceana Canada. Harbour hero, Shawn Bath, launches a boat and moves ahead with more ocean clean-ups.
South Brook firefighter says weekend fire dramatically points out the need for more volunteer recruits, water line break leaves much of Botwood, Peterview and Northern Arm dry, food banks will now be given moose meat by hunters, to help clients, and curler Ryan McNeil Lamswood misses out on World Juniors, but wins a tournament as part of the Brad G…
My guest on today's show collects beautiful pieces of antique clothing.And her gorgeous wardrobe is in inspiration for our topic.What's your favorite fashion period?It could be fashion from time from before you were born.Or a more contemporary era you'd enjoyed.What's your favorite fashion period?
1 in 6 men will experience anxiety in their lifetime, but most are reluctant to talk about it.Join host Melinda as she asks experts, Dr. Merry (Psychologist & Podcaster) and Dr. Gregg Jantz (Founder, The Center – A Place of Hope) why men struggle with anxiety and depression, why shame and fear are at the core of these mental health challenges and h…
We don't know the true health of the capelin stock off our shores. What do the people who making a living in the fishery think of that? Today, a fisherman's perspective on fishery science. We hear from John Gillett of Twillingate.
Cash, cars and gym memberships: Stephenville pulls out all the stops to recruit doctors. Paralympic swimmer and arm amputee says the movie "The Witches" sends the wrong message about people who have disabilities. Former paramedic gives up her career to open a bakery, but she's still giving back, and musician Sherman Downey uses some of his downtime…
Today on the show, we're talking about what the provincial economy might look like in the future.Believe it or not, my guests believe that this place could be prosperous in the future.Elizabeth Beal and Rob Greenwood say it really could happen. To them, adapting to climate change is a critical piece of the puzzle.What about you?Can you see Nfld and…
Mary Walsh remembers doing a 22 Minutes sketch with Jeopardy's Alex Trebek, Heather runs up Signal Hill with the MUN Medicine Aventure Sports Club, and Music NL tells us how they can support diversity in local music.
Expanding the ocean economy. We'll tell you about 3 new projects funded by Canada's ocean supercluster. Conne River is included in a deal to take over Clearwater Seafoods. We'll hear reaction from Chief Misel Joe.