West Coast MorningA woman with Huntington's Disease, and her husband, talk about its toll.May 27, 2015 | 6:43Ruby Wheeler of Pasadena is struggling with Huntington's Disease. People who have it lose control of their movements, emotions and mental capacity. Wheeler was diagnosed 3 years ago, at age 47.
Bernice Hillier spoke with her and her husband, Rich.
St John's Morning ShowOne grocery's trash is a dumpster diver's treasureMay 27, 2015 | 6:55Guest-host Zach Goudie talks to Adam Critchley and Felicity Roberts about how far they'll go to find food... and how much food stores waste.
West Coast MorningThe "360 Classroom" offers a new, low-tech way to do math.May 27, 2015 | 5:22No desks, no textbooks - and no technology. A classroom in Corner Brook has gotten a radical makeover, and is gathering rave reviews from students and teachers at Sacred Heart Elementary. It's called a "360 classroom." Brian McHugh checked it out.
Cross TalkThere are also Beothuk remains in storage right here in Nfld and Labrador.May 27, 2015 | 13:25The remains are at Memorial University. And the man who can tell us more about them is MUN archeologist Vaughan Grimes.
Central MorningClose Call with a CorvetteMay 26, 2015 | 7:30Eye witness to what's become an infamous case of dangerous driving. We speak to a passenger in the car closest to that red Corvette doing doughnuts on Kenmount Road in St. John's.
West Coast MorningIs non-payment of fees by residents an argument for regional government in NL?May 26, 2015 | 8:00A Port Au Port Peninsula community is struggling financially because many residents won't pay fees to make a clean up possible. Bernice Hillier spoke with Municipal Affairs Minister Keith Hutchings about options for small communities.
Central MorningChief Mi'sel Joe Speaks About Recent Trip to ScotlandMay 25, 2015 | 7:10The Chief of the Miawpukek band had an emotional visit to the National Museum of Scotland a couple of weeks ago. Sagamaw Mi'sel Joe was in Edinburgh to talk to museum officials about the re-patriation of remains of two Beothuk people killed in the 1820s.
West Coast MorningWalking toward a cure: The MS Walk took place in Corner Brook Sunday.May 25, 2015 | 3:53Dozens of people took part in an M-S walk in Corner Brook on Sunday, to raise money and awareness. Christine Keeping's husband, Max, and her daughter have Multiple Sclerosis. Bernice Hillier spoke with Christine and Max Keeping.
Cross TalkJohn Phyne is looking for people who used to live where City Hall and Mile One Stadium are now.May 25, 2015 | 7:22John is a sociology professor at St. F-X who's taken on a research project that's got a lot to do with his childhood in St. John's.