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NL: On The Go

 

NL: On The Go

On The Go has now been on the air for 30 years, bringing Newfoundlanders and Labradorians stories from every nook, cranny and cove in the province.

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'Fear of Margaret Atwood is a powerful thing'

Director Sarah Polley talks to Tom Power about her career and taking on Margaret Atwood's work in her latest project.

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In sickness & (mental) health

When Giulia had her first psychotic break, Mark had to learn how to take care of her and eventually their son too.

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Think again — So...

Why do we start sentences with the word "so"?

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Binge listen!

Hear all 10 episodes of the memoir about love, the bomb, and the fallout.

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Tedwalks: Ashley Martin-Hanlon

Where do fashion, puberty and electric wheelchairs meet? At the local mall, of course.

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What's it like being on a small town council in NL?

We talk to three mayors about the challenges they face.

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Tedwalks: Holly Hogan

Ted hikes Signal Hill Trail with the sea bird biologist to talk about the power of the ocean, the language of birds and poetry.

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Stopping people from dying on Veterans Memorial Highway

Transportation minister Steve Crocker on what can be done to lessen the carnage.

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Tedwalks: Dana Warren

Ted talks with life coach Dana Warren about the benefits of walking, both mental and physical.

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Newfoundland and Labrador Population Problem

The Harris Centre's Keith Storey says NL's population is getting smaller and older and there seems to be no way to reverse the trend.

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Questions to ask your municipal candidates

St. John's resident John Fitzgerald says politicians need to start thinking things through before they vote.

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Crowd funding campaign established a for surviving member of family

A young girl who lost her parents and brother in a tragic collision on the Avalon peninsula, will be the beneficiary of a newly-created trust fund set up by friends of her mother.

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Remembering Peter Young P Eng,

Robert Young, photographer and son of Peter Young, recalls his fathers life and the desire to make a difference in the world.

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Looking for a nice place to eat?

Local native, Amie Watson is the founder of a new app called "Feed Me".

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Salaam B'y - A Story of a Muslim Newfoundlander

Aatif Baskanderi is a Muslim Newfoundlander is who is touring the province next month to tell people about this place and its affects on him.

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There's no shortage of talent here in Newfoundland

15-year-old singer-songwriter Rachel Cousins drops by the studio to promote her debut album, "This Fire"

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What's being done about used needles in St. John's?

Concern from parents who live in the Bishop Field Elementary School area and what you should do if you find a dirty needle.

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Members of a local student-led team engineering the newest, super-fast form of transportation

Adam Keating is team lead on the project, Stephanie Adey is the engineering business liaison and one of the mechanical designers of the project.

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Live Music from the Newfound Talent Contest winner.

When Matt Feltham set out to compete in the StatOil MusicNL Newfound Talent Contest, he never thought that he'd walk away as the first-place winner.

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How loud is too loud?

Council hopeful Maggie Burton wants St. John's to tackle excessive motorcycle noise.​

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What does the NL government say about a doctor who recommended euthanasia for one of his patients?

The minister of Health and the minister responsible for the Status of Disabled Persons comment on a controversial medical story.

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What does St. John's need more? A local wetland or another suburban development?

Rick Commerford and Danielle Fequet, from Ducks Unlimited Canada, tell us why Penney Crescent wetland is worth saving.

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Remembering Susan Shiner

OTG looks back at the life of the feminist and folk music supporter who's died at 65.

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Banishment explained by Thompson Rivers University professor

With an NL man banned from living in the province, Micah Rankin walks us through the law.

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Church Annex Renewal saves heritage woodwork

Cochrane Foundation​ soon to sell 90 year old flooring, wainscoting and windows.

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Why have a plan for Quidi Vidi if you don't follow it?

Councillor Jonathan Galgay defends city's decision to allow construction of an over-sized house.

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Pioneering physician Ted Rosales reflects on amazing career

Dr. Rosales talks about his journey from the Philippines to Newfoundland and Labrador.

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NL landscape inspires Ontario wallpaper designer

Ted talks with Kate Golding about her visit to NL and the work that will come from that.

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Remembering the late, great John White

From the CBC Radio archives, a classic interview from 1989.

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