Central MorningGeorge's Brook Residents Concerned About Beavers in the Water SupplyAug 25, 2015 | 5:55Some people in George's Brook are concerned that there are too many beavers in the community's water supply.
West Coast MorningTNL has a new Artistic Associate - Rachel Joffred.Aug 25, 2015 | 8:25Theatre Newfoundland Labrador has a new Artistic Associate. Rachel Joffred succeeds Sarah McDonald, who passed away from cancer in late June. McDonald had spent years building the TNL youth and outreach programs. Joffred spoke with Bernice Hillier.
Fisheries BroadcastThe Fisheries Broadcast Tuesday August 25, 2015Aug 25, 2015 | 23:37The Chinese markets crashed earlier this week. What will that mean to fish exports in this province? We'll ask John Sackton of seafood.com about that.
Central MorningThe Red Cross Talks About Safe Boating on Gander LakeAug 24, 2015 | 5:58Locals aren't the only ones boating on Gander Lake this summer. Keili Bartlett speaks to boating safety officers from the Red Cross during their visit to the area.
West Coast MorningWe play a round of the game "Would You Rather," with our listeners.Aug 24, 2015 | 5:11Would you rather get a really bad sunburn - or get stung three times by a bee? That's one of the tough questions the CBC's Felicia Latour put to some people at Margaret Bowater Park in Corner Brook, in a game of "Would You Rather."
WAMA new documentary tells the story of a Newfoundland Pony rescueAug 23, 2015 | 9:15"Where Once They Mattered" is the name of a new documentary about The NL pony. That documentary will screen on CBC next weekend. Chris Richardson is the director adn we're going to talk to him this morning. But first here's a scene from the with well kno
WAMLiner Notes - The Monday NightsAug 23, 2015 | 12:46"Goodnight Monday Night" is the name of the spanking brand new CD from Newfoundland rockers The Monday Nights. Despite the title, this is not a farewell album, but hopefully a launchpad for a national tour this fall. Lead Singer Kalem Mahoney came into th
WAMNew children's book helps the Inuit of Labrador celebrate the 250th anniversary of their peace treaty with the BritishAug 22, 2015 | 12:19The Inuit of Labrador have just celebrated the 1765 treaty they signed with the British. The treaty brought an end to the Inuit wars and set the stage for trade with English settlers. At the celebrations this week in Rigolet, "Caubvik's Summer" was launch
Central MorningThe Big Pink Van Comes to Central NLAug 21, 2015 | 6:17Keili Bartlett speaks to the people driving the big pink van you may have seen in Newfoundland this summer. We'll hear about how to reduce the risk of breast cancer, and what some common myths are.