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The Bend, Ore., location became the last Blockbuster standing when 2 stores in Alaska closedTo download a file, right click and save.Download Podcast: The last U.S. Blockbuster thrives on great customer service
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This Narcotic Farm in Kentucky played a major part in shaping the culture around mid-century heroin use in the U.S.To download a file, right click and save.Download Podcast: Narcotic Farm
Franklyn revokes his access to tracking his ex-wife's whereabouts through her phone. It's his last connection to her.To download a file, right click and save.Download Podcast: Franklyn: Heartbreak in a digital world
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Indigenous entrepreneur is betting on sweet mix of cannabis and honey
Rita Hall, president and CEO of Corner Brook's BeeHIghVE Inc. is creating THC & CBD infused edibles.
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After over three decades, a kindergarten teacher lays down her chalk
Lori Lane-Balsam of Hazelwood Elementary reflects on a career spent helping raise our children.
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1974: The year Gonzaga Reached For The Top
Ted talks with former two team members and the author of a new book about the classic Canadian quiz show's time in NL.
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What happens when massage therapists are injured?
When we feel stiff, sore, or need help recovering from an injury, many people will seek the help of a registered massage therapist. What about the physical affects that a long career of massage therapy can have on these workers over time? Jamie Fitzpatrick speaks with local RMT's Sara Sexton and Angela Cooper to find out more.
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25 year old Kelly Picco is a prime example of what you can achieve with the right amount of determination.
She lost her eyesight at the age of 16, and this weekend she is participating in a powerlifting competition at the Paul Reynolds Centre in St. John's. CBC's Jill Power visited Kelly Picco at HeavyWeights gym in Mount Pearl to discuss her journey with vision loss and how powerlifting became a passion.
Immaculate Memories: The Uncluttered Worlds of Christopher Pratt
Artist, Christopher Pratt and filmmaker Kenneth Harvey talk to guest host, Maggie Gillis about their documentary.
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MUN prof Aziz Rahman remembered
Jamie Fitzpatrick speaks with Dennis Peters, head of Memorial University's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, about the life and career of internationally-known engineer, teacher, inventor, and mentor Aziz Rahman. Rahman died last Saturday, aged 77.
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Government rejects Municipalities NL call for a plastic bag ban
Acting Environment minister Andrews Parsons wants to look at "bigger issue" of plastic packaging as a whole.
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Taking the bus is better for your health
Pro at MUN's School of Human Kinetics & Recreation says public transit does more than save you money and the planet.
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Cannabis and the workplace.
Lawyer Blair Pritchett talks with Ted about the changes coming because of the legalization of recreational cannabis use in Canada.
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Not a cost, but a benefit
Community Sector Council CEO Penny Rowe explains how voluntary and nonprofit community organisations contribute to the NL economy.
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Methyl-mercury found in seabirds off Newfoundland
Acadia University Biology Professor Mark Mallory tells us what he's found.
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American foreign policy, Muskrat Falls and you
MUN political scientist Steve Tomblin draws the lines between US politics and NL`s financial crisis
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Are you related to one of the soldiers - or the nurse - buried in the Royal Newfoundland Regiment plot in London's Wandsworth cemetery?
The British schoolchildren who tend to the graves are visiting NL in June and they want to meet you.
What to do if your daughter tells you he's a boy
In this podcast, we talk about gender identity in children.
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All good things come to an end.
The family behind Stan Cook Sea Kayak tours are paddling into the sunset after 50 years on the water.
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Not the Eddie Joyce you're looking for
Eddie Joyce - an author in Brooklyn, NY - finds himself on the receiving end of NL political tweets.
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The Newfoundland Pony; part of our heritage.
Harrison Verge has 6 stallions he hopes will help save the breed
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What does the future hold for The College of The North Atlantic?
CNA president Bill Radford board chair Alastair O'Rielly talk declining enrolments and opportunities for growth.
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