West Coast MorningA man who once fell through ice on a snowmobile tells us how to avoid that danger.Apr 14, 2015 | 6:56A 62-year-old woman has been missing since her snowmobile went through the ice west of Badger. The spring thaw increases the danger of such incidents. Earl Roddick is a safety instructor with the Newfoundland and Labrador Snowmobile Federation.
Cross TalkTitanic sank 103 years ago ....Apr 14, 2015 | 7:01Robert Ballard led the expedition to find Titanic in 1986. He later wrote a book about the incredible things he saw. That's what Robert Ballard and Peter Gzowski are talking about here
Fisheries BroadcastThe Fisheries Broadcast Tuesday April 14, 2015Apr 14, 2015 | 25:32The seal harvest has begun but who will be buying? The head of Carino will be here with some surprising news on that front as well as some ideas about what the industry needs to be successful in the years ahead.
West Coast MorningCelebrating brotherly or sisterly love - April 10 is National Siblings DayApr 13, 2015 | 3:19April 10 is National Siblings Day. So do you celebrate with displays of brotherly -- or sisterly -- love? CBC Corner Brook intern Felicia Latour hit the streets to find out.
Our intern Felicia Latour hit the streets of Corner Brook to find out.
Central MorningClarenville Hosts the 2015 Allan Cup, Starting April 13Apr 13, 2015 | 7:50Hockey fans from across the province and Canada are in Clarenville for the 2015 Allan Cup.The national senior AAA men's hockey tournament includes 6 teams, including those from Clarenville and Grand Falls-Windsor.
West Coast MorningOur political panel weighs in on proposed NL electoral map changes.Apr 13, 2015 | 16:28There could be big changes to the NL electoral map. Under a proposal, Western Newfoundland's 9 districts have been whittled down to 7. It's part of a plan to reduce the number of seats from 48, down to 40. Our political panel weighs in.
Cross TalkNewfound Cabs putting up cash to find the culprits who robbed a driver last night.Apr 13, 2015 | 5:45There's been another armed robbery involving a taxi driver in St. John's and it has prompted the owner of the cab company to offer a $2,000 reward for the conviction of the two culprits.
Cross TalkA brand new study is making a powerful case in favour of the HPV vaccine for boys.Apr 13, 2015 | 9:12Former CBC journalist is a HPV cancer survivor who went on to write a book about his experience, called, "Sick Joke".
Fisheries BroadcastThe Fisheries Broadcast Monday April 13, 2015Apr 13, 2015 | 24:35The FFAW is being criticized by one of it's own committees who suggest their elected chair has been excluded from crucial price negotiations. We'll find out what's going on there.