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June 2013 Archives

Wild Chervil

Ted talks to horticulturist Tim Walsh about wild chervil, an invasive plant that many people mistakenly identify as Queen Anne's Lace

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Snuffy Jackson

 

Ted talks with Snuffy Jackson, musician, radio host, hairdresser, and inventor of the Republic of Newfoundland T-shirt, about his days in St. John's and how much he misses his old home town.

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Jay Barry

Ted talk with Jay Barry about his son Aiden, the reasons for a recent sale on a number of works by AIden's grandmother, the painter Anne Meredith Barry

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Department of Environment allows group to fade away

Guest host Maggie Gillis speaks with Laura Jackson who says the provincial Department of Environment has allowed a group, which protects sensitive ecosystems, the "Wilderness and Ecological Reserves Advisory Council," to fade away.

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On The Go Tuesday June 18

Betty Genge:
Guest host Maggie Gillis speaks with Betty Genge of Elliston, B.B. who is raising money for her group's charitable work in Uganda. 
Contact info: Betty Genge, PO Box 159, Elliston, A0C 1N0. 
 
 
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Sherry Griffin:
Maggie speaks with Sherry Griffin, station manager at VOAR about the recent and recurrent vandalism at their transmitter building in Gander.
 

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More on controversial Lighthouse condo/hotel project

More here on the controversial Lighthouse condo/hotel project. In this podcast you'll hear from gallery owner Brenda McClellan, Mayoral candidate Geoff Chaulk and a number of OTG Listeners: 

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A woman on a mission, in Michigan, to save the Newfoundland pony

Ted talks to Cindy Mehaney who runs Fiddlers Green Stables in Three Rivers Michigan, where she raises Newfoundland ponies.Mr. Figgy Duff.jpg

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Controversial development proposal in downtown St. John's

Ted talks to the manager of the Quality Inn about The Lighthouse Project, a controversial  development proposal in downtown St. John's.

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Cycling to Conquer Cancer

Teds talks to Marian Templeton who cycled in the annual Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer.

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Wells in the greater St. John's area

Do you know a great story about an old well in St. John's? Want to hear some? Click here, where Ted talks with Philip Hiscock and Dale Jarvis.

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Newfoundland's first cicerone

We talked with Mike Beuhler, who is NL's first cicerone (like a sommelier, but for beer). He had so many interesting things to tell Ted, we could fit it all into your radio, so here's the longer version, loaded with extra goodies.

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Watoto Children's Choir

In case you missed the delightful performance of The Watoto Children's Choir, visiting from from Uganda, here it is:

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