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.
Sep 5, 2012 | 24:21Central Morning The Morning Show Podcast for September 5, 2012 Audio
Central Morning The Morning Show Podcast for September 5, 2012 Sep 5, 2012 | 24:21Today... It's back to school and we check in with the head of the Nova Cenral School District about some of the changes students, parents and teachers can expect. The Minister of Municipal Affairs Kevin O'Brien addresses the issues of closed dumps and black bears. And we chat with Juno Award-winning singer/songwriter John Landry about how he balances his music career while being a military pilot.
Sep 6, 2012 | 18:24Central Morning The Morning Show Podcast for September 6, 2012 Audio
Central Morning The Morning Show Podcast for September 6, 2012 Sep 6, 2012 | 18:24Today... Magee Road in Gander is one of the busiest roads in town now that school is back. We talk to the town council about why construction is still on going and when it's expected to be complete. With a lockout looming in the NHL, this could mean big business for senior hockey in the province. The president of Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador joins us to share his thoughts. And we hear how the town of Bishop's Falls got themselves back in the black.
Sep 7, 2012 | 29:34Central Morning The Morning Show Podcast for September 7, 2012 Audio
Central Morning The Morning Show Podcast for September 7, 2012 Sep 7, 2012 | 29:34Today... Hurricane Leslie is keeping storm watchers guessing. We get the latest from the Canadian Hurricane Centre in Halifax. A little bit of the Wild West on the Rock. We meet a man who is trekking from Deer Lake to Terra Nova with 4 Newfoundland Ponies. A pair of researchers had a lot of help from students on Change Islands last year for a unique project. We'll find out what they learned about local food practices. And dinner and a book reading. Author Ed Riche headlines a special night in Port Rexton this weekend.
Sep 10, 2012 | 16:55Central Morning The Morning Show Podcast for September 10, 2012 Audio
Central Morning The Morning Show Podcast for September 10, 2012 Sep 10, 2012 | 16:55Today... Hurricane Leslie is headed our way. And to help you get ready, our old pal Randy Larcombe is back with some advice on how to prepare for the big storm. And municipalities are receiving their new property tax assessments and the news isn't great for taxpayers. The president of Municipalities Newfoundland and Labrador, Churence Rogers, joins us talk.
Sep 11, 2012 | 23:18Central Morning The Morning Show Podcast for September 11, 2012 Audio
Central Morning The Morning Show Podcast for September 11, 2012 Sep 11, 2012 | 23:18Today... It's the 11th anniversary of 9/11 today. Appleton will mark the occasion with a special service and a very special thank you gift on the way from New York. Heading out today to give blood may be the last thing on your mind, but days like these are when your donation is needed most. We'll talk to a representative of Canadian Blood Services. And we'll find out about Central Newfoundland's first opera program for children.
Sep 12, 2012 | 25:14Central Morning The Morning Show Podcast for September 12, 2012 Audio
Central Morning The Morning Show Podcast for September 12, 2012 Sep 12, 2012 | 25:14Today... Tropical Storm Leslie came and went yesterday with a minimum of fuss in this part of the province, but the Canadian military was here on standby just in case. But the Canada Post office in Grand Falls-Windsor had a bit of a mess to clean up from the strom. Coming up, we'll hear about flooding at that location. And Wayne Chaulk's song, "Saltwater Joys" comes to life in colour. Artist Dawn Baker drops by the studio to talk about how she came to illustrate a song.
Sep 13, 2012 | 28:46Central Morning The Morning Show Podcast for September 13, 2012 Audio
Central Morning The Morning Show Podcast for September 13, 2012 Sep 13, 2012 | 28:46Today... Have you got a stack of old tires collecting dust in your garage? We'll tell you about a new program to get rid of them. The price of perscriptions. We'll ask a family doctor about how much the cost of prescription drugs figures into his treatment decisions. The MHA for the Glovertown area joins us to tell us why he is so excited for his area. And everyone on Fogo Island seems to be working these days but who's looking after the kids? We'll hear from the island's first official daycare centre.
Sep 14, 2012 | 22:11Central Morning The Morning Show Podcast for September 14, 2010 Audio
Central Morning The Morning Show Podcast for September 14, 2010 Sep 14, 2012 | 22:11Today... We hear from a man who says he was fired from the Vale project because he spoke to the media during a recent strike. Teach For Canada is a group that wants to improve education in underserved regions. We'll talk to one of the groups members who says our education system doesn't offer the same quality of schooling to all children in the country. And the province's gas guru joins us to explain prices at the pumps are suddenly on the rise.
Sep 17, 2012 | 30:14Central Morning Central Morning Show Sept. 17 Audio
Central Morning Central Morning Show Sept. 17 Sep 17, 2012 | 30:14Today...Donating our organs after we die is not something we often think about. We'll hear from a man who is trying to raise awareness about that cause, and a grieving father who is finding some comfort knowing his son helped a number of people after his passing earlier this month. Newfoundland and Labrador hockey brass came together in Grand Falls-Windsor this past weekend. We'll find out what they talked about. And our political panel to weighs in with their thoughts on what's happening in the political world.