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CrossTalk
with Ramona Dearing

Coming Up on CrossTalk: Mon Feb 2, 2015

Nfld and Labrador faces a looming deficit because of the radical drop in the price of oil. And it's in that context that we ask whether we should cut the number of public sector workers in this province. Ramona's guests are Richard Alexander of the NL Employers' Council. And Carol Ann Furlong of NAPE. Phone in!

709-722-7111 / 1-800-563-8255 / @RamonaDearing
After the noon news and weather (11:30 Labrador)

Coming Up on CrossTalk: Fri Jan 30, 2015

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It's a Trivia Day, with Jamie Baker of The Fisheries Broadcast taking your calls. Not only does he know his fish, but also his movies, music and all manner of fascinating tidbits. He's got questions for you, and he wants your questions for him. Phone in!

709-722-7111 / 1-800-563-8255 / @RamonaDearing
After the noon news and weather (11:30 Lab)

Coming Up on CrossTalk: Fri Jan 30, 2015

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It's a Trivia Day, with Jamie Baker of The Fisheries Broadcast taking your calls. Not only does he know his fish, but also his movies, music and all manner of fascinating tidbits. He's got questions for you, and he wants your questions for him. Phone in!

709-722-7111 / 1-800-563-8255 / @RamonaDearing
After the noon news and weather (11:30 Lab)

Coming Up on CrossTalk: Thurs Jan 29, 2015

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Dietician Rebecca Noseworthy will be in studio answering your questions about healthy eating. From whether saturated fats are okay these days to whether sugar really is as bad as they say. Phone in!

709-722-7111 / 1-800-563-8255 / @RamonaDearing
Right after the noon news and weather (11:30 Labrador)

Coming Up on CrossTalk: Wed Jan 28, 2015

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Actress and comedian Mary Walsh is in studio taking your calls along with psychiatrist Nizar Ladha. On a day when Canadians from coast to coast will be talking about mental health issues, we're asking if the stigma connected to mental illness will ever go away. Phone in!

709-722-7111 / 1-800-563-8255 / @RamonaDearing
After the noon news and weather (11:30 Lab)

Coming Up on CrossTalk: Tues Jan 27, 2015

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Are cell phones making us anti-social? Are we sometimes texting and talking to people far away from us, while ignoring those close at hand? Ramona's guest is tutor and retired teacher Lloyd Pike, and four students from Memorial University: Andrew Sampson, David Maher, Maria Browne and Laura Howells. Er, phone in and tell us your thoughts!

709-722-7111 / 1-800-563-8255 / @RamonaDearing
After the noon news and weather (11:30 Lab)


Coming Up on CrossTalk: Tues Jan 27, 2015

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Are cell phones making us anti-social? Are we sometimes texting and talking to people far away from us, while ignoring those close at hand? Ramona's guest is tutor and retired teacher Lloyd Pike, and four students from Memorial University: Andrew Sampson, David Maher, Maria Browne and Laura Howells. Er, phone in and tell us your thoughts!

709-722-7111 / 1-800-563-8255 / @RamonaDearing
After the noon news and weather (11:30 Lab)


Coming Up on CrossTalk: Mon Jan 26, 2015

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Gold-medal curler Mark Nichols is Ramona's guest, along with his powerhouse sister, Shelley Nichols, who's been both a mixed nationals champ and a provincial champ. With the Cdn Junior Championships set for Corner Brook, our question for you: Are you addicted to curling? Phone in!

709-722-7111 / 1-800-563-8255 / @RamonaDearing
After the noon news and weather (11:30 Lab)

Coming Up on CrossTalk: Fri Jan 23, 2015

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A column in the Northeast Avalon Times where the author objects to girls wearing pink has generated lots of reaction. Our question for you: Is there something wrong with girls wearing pink? In studio with Ramona, Linda Ross, the president of the Provincial Advisory Council on the Status of Women. And Jessica Clowe, who wrote a thoughtful response to that column. Phone in!

709-722-7111 / 1-800-563-8255 / @RamonaDearing
After the noon news and weather (11:30 Lab)


Coming Up on CrossTalk: Thurs Jan 22, 2015

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Should studded tires be banned in NL? What do you think - do they chew up the pavement? Or would getting rid of them put drivers' safety on the line? Ramona's guest is engineer Claude Daley. Phone in!

709-722-7111 / 1-800-563-8255 / @RamonaDearing
After the noon news and weather (11:30 Lab)