West Coast MorningHappy 10th anniversary, Hey Rosetta!Aug 3, 2015 | 6:58It's been ten years since Hey Rosetta! played their first show, and they'll mark the occasion later this week in St. John's. Tonight and tomorrow, the band will perform in Woody Point. Gary Moore spoke with front man Tim Baker.
Central MorningA Group of Scouts from GFW Attend a Huge Camp in HollandAug 3, 2015 | 6:00A group of Scouts and their leaders from Grand Falls-Windsor have been on the trip of a lifetime over the past couple weeks.
They completed a tour around several wartime battlegrounds and they're now at a massive jambouree of scouts in Holland
St John's Morning ShowGetting in on the St. John's cricket crazeAug 3, 2015 | 6:25With the unlikely sport flourishing in St. John's, guest host Adam Walsh speaks with Senthil Selvamani - the president of Cricket Newfoundland.
Central MorningWhat Happens When Trophy Hunters Come to Central NLJul 31, 2015 | 8:18In the wake of Cecil the Lion's untimely demise in Zinbabwe, we find out what happens when trophy hunters come to Central NL. Tony Stone, and outfitter from Bishop's Falls joins us.
St John's Morning ShowRemembering Camille Strickland-MurphyJul 31, 2015 | 16:44Friends and family of Camille Strickland-Murphy - a woman who died in a Nova Scotia prison this week - join Angela Antle in studio. Following that, defence lawyer Joan Dawson looks at what programs are available to women with complex mental health issues
Fisheries BroadcastThe Fisheries Broadcast Friday July 31, 2015Jul 31, 2015 | 22:49Could there be a permanent fix in the works for the Manolis L.? The Coast Guard wants to talk to companies that specialize in marine salvage.
West Coast MorningThe new "pit" at Saltos Gymnastics provides a soft landing.Jul 30, 2015 | 4:38Saltos Gymnastics Club provides a "pitfall" - but a welcome one.
Athletes get a soft landing in soft, foam cubes, in the "pit" at the Corner Brook Civic Centre annex. Bernice Hillier checked it out.
Central MorningNL Transportation Minister on What the Government is Doing to Reduce the Number of Moose-Vehicle CollisionsJul 30, 2015 | 8:24The NL Transportation Minister tells us what the government is doing to reduce the number of moose-vehicle collisions.
St John's Morning ShowAn 8-year-old in CBS shows off her collection of fossilsJul 30, 2015 | 3:41The Morning Show's Chris Lewis meets up with Isadora Barnes and her mother Gail to check out the collection of trilobites she's dug up in her backyard.
Cross TalkHoping to swap war storiesJul 30, 2015 | 7:12The letter to the editor reads: "Hoping to swap war stories".
It's in today's Telegram and it's written by WWII vet Cyril Gorner.
Mr. Gorner is in his 90s and he's hoping to find vets to swap war stories.
Adam Walsh Spoke to Mr. Gorner.
Fisheries BroadcastThe Fisheries Broadcast Thursday July 30, 2015Jul 30, 2015 | 22:32How does a community cope after losing its fish plant? We shine a spotlight on Hant's Harbour, Salvage and Jackson's Arm, where it's not as bad as you might think.
Central MorningTown of Gander's Upcoming Project to Change the Drinking WaterJul 29, 2015 | 6:21During the first week of August, the Town of Gander will begin using chloramines as a disintfectant in the town's water supply. we talk to Councillor Gerry Parrott about the town's upcoming project to change the drinking water.
West Coast MorningResearchers dig up the bones of a Sperm Whale that were buried in a compost.Jul 29, 2015 | 6:22Researchers at Grenfell Campus dug up whale bones that had been buried in huge compost piles. The Sperm Whale washed ashore near Rocky Hr. in 2014. Decomposition has been stripping flesh and blubber from the bones. Gary Moore checked them out.