Sep 26, 2012 | 7:47Central Morning Artist Charmaine Wheatley Audio
Central Morning Artist Charmaine Wheatley Sep 26, 2012 | 7:47Art comes in many forms.
And for artist Charmaine Wheatley,
Her next big project will be formed out of the hides and racks of as many Newfoundland beasts as she can find.
Wheatley is originally from Nova Scotia and has called New York City home for over a decade.
But her mother is from Happy Adventure.
And she's currently living in Glovertown - which is where our Jessica Doria-Brown reached her.
Sep 26, 2012 | 8:28Central Morning Artist Jean Claude Roy Audio
Central Morning Artist Jean Claude Roy Sep 26, 2012 | 8:28French artist Jean Claude Roy first came to Newfoundland more than 40 years ago.
He instantly fell in love with the place, and the island's communities became a lifelong art project for him.
Now, he's finally published his book, featuring an original painting of every single community on the island.
The book is called "Fluctuat Nec Mergitur," a Latin phrase meaning "He who rises with the wave is not swallowed by it."
He says that's what Newfoundland means to him.
Aug 27, 2012 | 32:20Central Morning The Morning Show Podcast for August 27, 2012 Audio
Central Morning The Morning Show Podcast for August 27, 2012 Aug 27, 2012 | 32:20Today, we catch up with Newfoundland-born Olympian Leah Callahan as she visits her home province. We hear from one woman in Springdale who says she knows there are big cats in the Newfoundland woods. It was a scary incident on the highway last week, when a tire flew off a tractor-trailer. We'll hear from a trucking company. And we'll talk about the future of senior hockey on the Island with our hockey panel.
Aug 28, 2012 | 21:31Central Morning The Morning Show Podcast for August 28, 2012 Audio
Central Morning The Morning Show Podcast for August 28, 2012 Aug 28, 2012 | 21:31Today, we talk to the president and CEO of the Nature Conservancy of Canada about the work his organization is doing in this province. And he's lucky to be alive. We talk to a man who had facial reconstructive surgery after hitting a moose in Central Newfoundland. And we check in on how a fundraiser for a local woman went this weekend in Botwood.
Aug 29, 2012 | 30:43Central Morning The Morning Show Podcast for August 29, 2012 Audio
Central Morning The Morning Show Podcast for August 29, 2012 Aug 29, 2012 | 30:43Today... It takes a real adventurous traveller to land in a new town every day and hope to find a place to stay for free. We meet a woman who's been doing it since 2010...for charity. We talk to the opposition health critic about the high cost of running a personal care home. We ask a DFO scientist what happened to the squid in Newfoundland waters. And, he escaped from Cuba and is desperate to have his son to join him in Canada. We hear the dramatic story of a Cuban refugee.
Aug 30, 2012 | 28:14Central Morning The Morning Show Podcast for August 30, 2012 Audio
Central Morning The Morning Show Podcast for August 30, 2012 Aug 30, 2012 | 28:14Today... We talk from a man in Glovertown who shot a bear on his property and hear what people in the community think about the bear issue. Opposition fisheries critic Jim Bennett joins us to talk about his concerns with eh aquaculture industry in the province. And we hear how The Eastport Peninsula Agricultural Exhibition is going healthy.
Aug 31, 2012 | 23:28Central Morning The Morning Podcast for August 31, 2012 Audio
Central Morning The Morning Podcast for August 31, 2012 Aug 31, 2012 | 23:28Today... It's Labour Day weekend, so we check in with organizers of one of the longest-running Labour Day Parades in the country to see what they have planned for Monday morning. And then Lana Payne joins us to talk about the relavance of unions in today's workplace. And reporter David Zelcer went to Twillingate to learn more about how low water levels are causing problems for fish plant workers in the community.
Sep 4, 2012 | 19:20Central Morning The Morning Show Podcast for September 4, 2012 Audio
Central Morning The Morning Show Podcast for September 4, 2012 Sep 4, 2012 | 19:20Today... DIY, texting is changing the way students write. We hear how university professors are dealing with the times. And still with university, we hear why one group of students are heading to class in Keels, Bonavista Bay. And just in time for winter, we have a warning from the Better Business Bureau about buying firewood.