West Coast MorningA terminal cancer patient triumphs over her diagnosis - by singing.Mar 4, 2015 | 5:4464-year-old Irene Lewis of Fleur De Lys has terminal brain cancer, but she's resolved to do what she loves most: singing. Producer Lindsay Bird visited her in hospital in Corner Brook.
West Coast MorningTrucker says Strait of Belle Isle ferry inadequate, company has no backup plan,Mar 3, 2015 | 9:07Weather, ice and an icebreaker with mechanical troubles have all slowed or stopped the MV Apollo recently. Junior Hancock is not impressed. He owns Hancock's Movers.
West Coast MorningLark Harbour. man struggles to cope since a car accident killed his wife .Mar 2, 2015 | 9:31Lark Hr. resident Stuart Harvey is still recovering from the car accident that killed his wife, Susan about two months ago. They had been married for more than 50 years.
Fisheries BroadcastThe Fisheries Broadcast Monday March 2, 2015Mar 2, 2015 | 28:20The cod fishery in 3Ps has been extended beyond the usual spawning closure again this year. We'll find out why it's happening, who's involved and why it has some harvesters hopping mad.
Fisheries BroadcastThe Fisheries Broadcast Friday February 27, 2015Feb 27, 2015 | 27:47The editor of an iconic Labrador magazine will drop by to tell us why she's here on the island and heading around the bay.
St John's Morning ShowDrone Searches for Missing DogFeb 26, 2015 | 5:48Missing pet posters aren't enough in the search for Avalanche the dog. The CBC's Julie Skinner tags along on a drone sweep to find the animal.
West Coast MorningStage play tells about a twelve-and-three-quarter-year-old girl, on the cusp of puberty. Rachael Joffred is the lone actor in the show. Louise Gauthier is the director. Reporter Gary Moore stopped by a rehearsal yesterday.Feb 26, 2015 | 4:31"I, Claudia" tells about a twelve-and-three-quarter-year-old girl, on the cusp of puberty. Rachael Joffred is the lone actor in the show. Louise Gauthier is the director.
Reporter Gary Moore stopped by a rehearsal yesterday.
Fisheries BroadcastThe Fisheries Broadcast Thursday February 26, 2015Feb 26, 2015 | 27:16Inshore shrimp fishermen have a lot of reasons to be frustrated these days. They say they have endured severe and unfair quota cuts coupled with flawed science. We'll find out what's brewing.