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On The Go - Two siblings make a film about their father, renowned businessman and collector of Newfoundland folk music.

John and Marjorie Doyle made a new film about their father, renowned businessman and collector of Newfoundland folk music, Gerald S. Doyle.

 

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On The Go - Archaeologists finds gold coin that dates back hundreds of years

Archaeologists at the Colony of Avalon in Ferryland found a gold coin that dates back hundreds of years. Andrew Brown talks to Wayne Croft, the excavator who found it.

 

 

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On The Go - Video Cover Letter

Matt Power is a university graduate who decided not to write cover letters. He made a cover letter video instead.

 

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On The Go - "Riots and Religion in Newfoundland"

Andrew Brown talks to David Dawe, author of "Riots and Religion in Newfoundland - The Clash between Protestants and Catholics in the Early Settlement of Newfoundland."

 

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Carbonear is about to lose its only obstetrician.

The hospital in Carbonear is about to lose its only obstetrician. Eastern Health is now trying to come up with a plan to provide care for the women who will be left without a doctor. Dr. John Guy is the regional director of medical services with Eastern Health. He explained the situation to the CBC's Mark Quinn.

 

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Second Story Theatre Group from Tasmania.

Earlier this year, a group of teens from Theatre Newfoundland and Labrador packed their bags and went to Tasmania, Austrailia to learn about theatre. Now, they're returning the favour. This week, they're hosting the Second Story Theatre Group from Tasmania.

 

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Pharmacie Break-Ins

Over the past two weeks, there have been at least four break-ins at drugstores in the province. It's a trend that worries pharmacy owners and their employees. Rick Elliott is president of the Pharmacists' Assoc. of Newfoundland and Labrador. He is also the co-owner of several independent pharmacies. Carolyn Ray spoke to him a short while ago and asked him to describe the incidents.

 

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Mental Health Home Care.

Patients with depression and other psychiatric illnesses receive good care while they're hospitalized. Once they're sent home, it's a different story. A new study shows what happens when patients with mental illness fall through the cracks.

 

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A big catch from Michael Gill

10 year old Michael Gill and his big catch.  A cod from Newtown, Bonavista Bay that weighed between 40 and 50 pounds.
 
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Waiting in line for Russell Crowe and Alan Doyle tickets.

Ted Blades speaks with people in the line up for tickets to see Russell Crowe and Alan Doyle.

 

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Memory in children,

Carolyn Ray talks to Dr. Carolyn Peterson, a psychology professor at Memorial University
who studies memory in children.
 
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Launch of the Giant Squid Stamp.

Ted goes to Glover's Harbour with Fraser Ross, the designer of the giant squid stamp, for the stamp's launch.
 
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On The Go: Hitchhiker raises awareness about racism and homophobia.

Ted speaks with an immigrant from the Philippines named Hurly Meraveles of Thumbs up Canada, who hitchhiked across the country giving workshops and speaking to his rides about racism and homophobia.

 

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On The Go: Ted speaks with local MP Jack Harris about Jack Layton's announcement.

Ted speaks with Jack Harris about Jack Layton's announcement that he is taking a leave of absence as leader of the federal NDP because of his health.

 

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On The Go: Awareness about refugees who are a part of the LGBT community.

Ted speaks with David Pepper, a long-time gay activist from Ottawa, who is travelling across Canada to raise awareness about refugees who are Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgendered.

 

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