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“Rain Man Show” is a talk format show led by filmmaker and radio personality Michael Flores and co-hosted by Tony Sabal, Thomas Cowley and Andrew Spindler. From comedy to news, plus celebrity interviews, Michael and the crew will keep you entertained. Sit back, relax and be prepared to be entertained.
 
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DC on RMD is a multi-part fan show broken into multiple weekly broadcasts dedicated to discussing DC TV. Currently talking Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow, Titans, Swamp Thing, and Doom Patrol. The show(s) is hosted by Bobby Doherty, Ryan Denton, Angelica Dawn, Lauren Alexander, Nichole Nance, Steven Crouch, and Michael Flores. Each episode of the podcast will feature a discussion and analysis of the current week’s episode.
 
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(Starts at 0:54 mark) People in the town of Kippens elect Mike Comerford as their new mayor, after the NL government removed his predecessor from office over allegations of harassment. (6:18) Marine Atlantic is resuming its regular ferry service to and from Port aux Basques, as road repairs in southwestern Newfoundland gradually bring things back t…
 
(Starts at 0:46 mark) NL's minister of Transportation and Infrastructure updates us on repairs to washed-out roads on the southwest corner of the island, (8:07) COVID-19 virus has been detected in the Deer Lake area - in wastewater, and (14:45) research focused on the Bay St. George region looks at how people prepare for and get through natural dis…
 
(Starts at 0:51 mark) When property owners experience a major weather event such as the one on the southwest coast last week, they're surprised to learn their policy doesn't provide coverage for their loss, (10:00) a south coast man has been stuck at his cabin in the Codroy Valley since last week's rainstorm, and (16:29) a central Newfoundland high…
 
(Starts at 1:05 mark) Burgeo-Lapoile MHA Andrew Parsons updates efforts by people to dry off, clean up and repair after massive rain and wind storm, (9:07) Marine Atlantic begins temporarily using port at Argentia for ferry service, (18:35) teacher at Valmont Academy in King's Point receives Prime Minister's Award for Teaching Excellence, and (26:1…
 
(Starts at 1:08 mark) NL's Transportation minister and (9:59) the mayor of Port Aux Basques update us on recovery efforts from this week's huge wind and rain storm in southwestern Newfoundland, (18:07) the provincial government removes Kippens Mayor Debbie Brake-Patten from office, after an investigation upheld allegations that she bullied and hara…
 
(Starts at 0:56 mark) Town of Port Aux Basques prepares for a massive wind and rain storm, (9:30) dog trainer alleges that a baggage attendant mistreated her dog, (15:57) researchers at Heritage NL invite people to help research the contributions made by Lebanese immigrants to the province and (23:11) Indigenous authors from western Newfoundland cr…
 
(Starts at 0:51 mark) A Doyles man driving out in a wind and rain storm got the fright of his life Tuesday night. Ryan Moore was on his way back home when the road collapsed under his vehicle.(4:50) The TCH washed out in two sections near Doyles, and there were road closures on the Doyles Station Road and the highway through St. Andrew's. Wilfred M…
 
(Starts at 0:50 mark) Miawpukek community leaders launch a project to restore the culture and language that were stripped away from them, (7:57) we'll meet the farmer behind one of the first large-scale beef farms in Newfoundland and (14:07) Gros Morne Summer Music lets you take a mummer's journey through beautiful Woody Point, via an interactive d…
 
(Starts at 0:57 mark) Terra Nova MHA Lloyd Parrott says the provincial department of health is failing to address the doctor shortage in his district and is actually rejecting options that might help, (7:54) the executive director of Food First NL suggests reasons for increased demand on food banks, (18:50) "What will the worms think of me?" won a …
 
A Level One student at Corner Brook Regional High has adapted the "Lilith Fair" concept -- with local performers -- to help raise money and awareness for a serious national issue. Sadie MacDonnell is organizing a concert on Thursday, Nov. 25, to raise support and awareness for the families of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.…
 
(Starts at 1:10 mark) In March of 2017, crew members from 103 Search and Rescue in Gander risked their lives to save five men from a sealing vessel off the south coast of Newfoundland. We speak with a crew member receiving an award for bravery. (8:35) Since the pandemic, Kelly Anne Butler has lost her father and brother, but she's also feeling hope…
 
Welcome to The Crossroads. The hosts Thomas, Ryan and Mike continue their journey into the Supernatural with session #6. If you want to catch up on what you’ve missed, listen in the order listed below: The Crossroads Videocast: Supernatural RPG – Character Creation The Crossroads RPG “The Empty Skies” Session #1 The Crossroads RPG “The Empty Skies”…
 
Alan Doyle has co-written a musical comedy called "Tell Tale Harbour" that will be headlining the 2022 Charlottetown Festival (starts at 0:40); Mi'kmaw woman Cora Butt collects moose hides destined for the dump and turns them into something special: traditional hand drums (8:01); Corner Brook will again host a community musical this fall. “Tick, Ti…
 
(Starts at 0:43 mark) Deer Lake Regional Airport joins with Qalipu First Nation and the Town of Deer Lake to welcome visitors by offering Indigeneous tourism experiences, (7:38) credit counsellor offers advice to help us resist the urge to overspend on Christmas gifts, and (16:54) a Corner Brook baseball pitcher is signed by a university team in No…
 
(Starts at 0:51 mark) Salvation Army's Twin Ponds Camp in central Newfoundland closes after three decades, (8:40) Lionel Kelland Hospice in Grand Falls-Windsor will be the province's first dedicated palliative care facility. The facility is getting closer to becoming a reality, as fundraising ramps up, and ( 16:31) an employee at the Arts and Cultu…
 
(Starts at 0:58 mark) As more and more organizations use "land acknowledgments" in ceremonies and other public events, an Indigenous educator describes what they are, (9:12) NL nurse practitioners join their colleagues across Canada in a celebration of their profession. Also, (17:04) searching the store shelves for savoury, split peas and gravy bro…
 
(Starts at 1:00 mark) The NL government has confirmed that personal information was stolen during the cyberattack on our health care system. We have reaction from Michael Harvey, the province's Information and Privacy Commissioner. (12:12) The Newfoundland and Labrador Federation of Labour is not happy about a discount to employers on assessment ra…
 
(Starts at 0:53 mark) City of Corner Brook is required to uphold a crematorium pernit that was given to a funeral home by the previous council, (8:55) Bay d'Espoir Academy celebrates being in a brand-new school building, after the former school was damaged by arson, (18:32) Newfoundland father and son bring home medals from an international competi…
 
(Starts at 0:48 mark) A funeral home in Corner Brook got permission from City Council to build a crematorium, but some residents want the decision overturned. (8:24) Qalipu First Nation has released a "Comprehensive Community Plan," to help its 67 communities develop themselves, and (16:41) a union for flight attendants say mask-wearing rules onboa…
 
Welcome to DC on RMD. This week Mike, David and Paul discuss HBOMax’s Doom Patrol 3.05 ‘Dada Patrol’. Featured Affiliate Products – Help the Network Acorns Core automatically invests your spare change and lets you invest as little as $5 any time or on a recurring basis into a portfolio of ETFs. Your investments are then diversified across more than…
 
(Starts at 0:34 mark) Town councils across the province have many complicated problems to solve - from cyber attacks, to doctor shortages, to online voting. We spoke with Amy Coady, president of Municipalities Newfoundland and Labrador, about this weekend's conference in Corner Brook. (7:58)Indigenous artist Nelson White has exhibited his paintings…
 
Today on Weird West Radio: The hosts sort through all of the recent and upcoming western releases. Show your support by pledging to our Patreon Page. When you pledge, each month you will receive 1-2 additional broadcasts from Mike and his co-hosts, including more Weird West Radio discussions and the exclusive Spaghetti Western Corner monthly show.…
 
(Starts at 0:59 mark) As a major I-T outage in NL's health care system reaches Day 6, we ask Western Health how its services are affected, (6:49) Canadian Institute for Health Information describes Covid's impact on health care costs, (13:08) a service organization in Corner Brook is trying to get youth involved in darts, and (20:19) Gander pop art…
 
A suspected cyberattack and IT outage affect patients and staff in (0:58) Labrador-Grenfell Health, (7:49) Central Health, and (15:50) Western Health. (17:09) Police are asking the public to help find the people responsible for thefts in St. John's, Lewisporte, and back to Whitbourne, (23:42) a sleep specialist will hold a retreat on Fogo Island, t…
 
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