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In March 2018, David and his team of volunteers conduct a fourth search of Holmes Lake for Adrien McNaughton.To download a file, right click and save.Download Podcast: Season 1 update
Layla navigates offers of drugs and alcohol at school. Olivia goes down a dangerous path.To download a file, right click and save.Download Podcast: My way
CBC correspondent Steven D’Souza was there as thousands cheered, white smoke bellowed and a new pope was chosen.To download a file, right click and save.Download Podcast: The power of the Pope
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The Royal Wedding in The She-Shed
The Ladies is the Golden Realm host Heather and her Royal Wedding analysts Dee Payne, Rodney Philpott and Janessa O’Toole at their festive location of Conception Bay South
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Register your rug and wear a SALT shirt
Lauren Saunders and Emily Evans of theshopsalt.com tell Heather Barrett why their signature shirt is taking over St. John's, and Winnie Glavine of the Rug Hooking Guild of N.L. wants you to register any hand made rugs you have underfoot.
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A man of Labrador letters, and a man of every Newfoundland community
Alex Saunders, recipient of the Lawrence Jackson Writer's Award, tells Weekend AM's Heather Barrett about his life and writing career, and Harold Noseworthy explains his quest to visit every single community in Newfoundland.
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Too many accordions, not enough bees, and just the right number of singers
Heather visits a beekeeper in Flatrock, talks to a Trinity Bay man who is selling off an impressive accordion collection, and meets Essi Wuorela, a member of the Finnish vocal group Rajaton.
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A model longliner in Winterton, glow in the dark art in Torbay, and a Holocaust Memorial film in St. John's
Heather talks to 12-year-old Jacob Hiscock about his latest boatbuilding project, she visits Brenda Rowe's art studio, and she meets Robert Katz, co-creator of the film "Were the House Still Standing,"
Ghosts and flying saucers, fashion forward knitting patterns, and Viva Las Curling
The Definitely Not Faked Paranormal Film Footage Challenge is a hit at Sci Fi on the Rock, Allison O'Mahony's designs are knit around the world, and Devin Heroux reports on the World Curling Championships - from a Las Vegas casino.
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A St. John's film maker goes to Cannes, and Dave Paddon brings us some April Foolishness
Cody Westman of St. John's is bringing his short film, called Casey, to the 2018 Cannes Film Festival, and recitationist Dave Paddon has a new book.
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Winterset Award and a proper cup of tea
Weekend AM goes to Government House in St. John's for the presentation of the 2017 BMO Winterset Award, and Heather and Lisa enjoy a cuppa with Dee Payne of the Newfoundland Teacup Appreciation Society.
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A rising hockey star, and some television old favourites
Heather talks to 14-year-old hockey phenom Abby Newhook, and Weekend AM's Binge Watchers Andie Bulman and Bree Parsons have some great recommendations from television's back catalogue.
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First Listen: A Bit of Wear and Tear, Chris Andrew's solo album.
Chris Andrews of Shanneyganock likes to keep it fresh. He takes a break from a successful career in his band, to pursue a labour of love. The album A Bit of Wear and Tear is featured on First Listen.
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Don't sear your meat? Ally Blog and The Finch.
Chef Claire Tansey debunks cooking myths. Ally Blog, two BFF's tell us about enjoying the best NL offers. A meter from greatness, Angela Pickett on the set of The Finch.
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Chris Andrews of Shanneyganock has a new solo album and a bit of wear and tear
You may know Chris Andrews from his band, Shanneyganock. Or his pub, Erin's Pub. Or for his occasion guest gig here at the CBC. Now - for the first time in a decade, Chris has cut a solo album. It's called A bit of wear and Tear. Chris Andrews dropped by the Weekend AM studio recently for a chat with host Heather Barrett.
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Horror films, snowmobile racing, and Celtic fiddling
Heather meets two of the members of Grind Mind, an N.L. horror filmmaking collective, we get the Saturday lowdown on Cain's Quest 2018, and the Celtic Fiddlers celebrate their 25th anniversary
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An evening with Canada Reads and Sharon Bala at The Association for New Canadians
We invited you to join us at the Association of New Canadians Training Centre in St. John's. Our special guest was Sharon Bala - author of The Boat People, one of the books on the Canada Reads Shortlist. It was a wonderful evening - with Sharon, the staff and students at the Association for New Canadians - and some great music and snacks. Come with us now and listen to an Evening to Open Your Eyes.
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Allan Hawco is Caught, Kaetlyn Osmond has Australian fans
Allan Hawco tells Heather about his latest project, the CBC Television mini-series Caught, and Alison Eagar Ryan, the Australian international skating judge from St. John's, joins Heather from Brisbane, Australia to talk about Kaetlyn Osmond's Olympic performances.
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Jon Kimura Parker practices the piano, Hockey Night on Fogo Island, and sashay, townies!
Heather interrupts Jon Kimura Parker's piano practice, the Fogo Islanders hockey team prepares to to play the Montreal Canadiens Alumni, and Jason Wells/Irma Gerd talks about the St. John's drag queen scene.
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Bakers wanted, Crippled gets rave reviews, and Namaste, b'ys!
The Great Canadian Baking Show is looking for home bakers for its second season, Crippled, a play by Paul David Power, is making audiences cry and think, and Jody Williams is holding yoga classes just for men.
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Heat Vision and the Sackville music scene
Steve Haley is from Placentia, but calls Sackville, New Brunswick home. He joins Weekend AM's Heather Barrett for a First Listen to his new album, Heat Vision.
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Snowbiking, reading, then the perfect nap
Heather gives snowbiking a try in Pippy Park, librarian Jewel Cousins and The Broadcast's Jane Adey tell us how you can take part in NL Reads, and when you are #HoveOff out of it, sleep expert Sheila Garland has nap advice.
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Weekend AM highlights from Jan. 27-28, 2018
Percussionist Greg Hawco is the latest Newfoundlander to get tangled up in the musical Come From Away, We'll #HoveOff with low-maintenance snacks courtesy of Five Brothers Artisan Cheese, and Heather takes part in Knit Night at the Geek Bar in St. John's.
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Alan Doyle is Home For A Rest
Alan Doyle tells us how he pulled together a benefit recording of Spirit of the West's biggest hit for the band's ailing lead singer, John Mann.
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A perfect cup of coffee
Steve Fairdosi of The Battery Cafe in St. John's shows us how to brew the perfect cup of coffee at home.
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Jordan Bennett's art at the National Museum of the American Indian in New York City
Jordan Bennett, a Mi'kmaq from Newfoundland's west coast, and John Nick Jeddore, a Mi'kmaq from the Miawpukek First Nation in Central Newfoundland, talk to Weekend AM's Heather Barrett about Bennett's art installation at the National Museum of the America
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