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Mainstreet PEI

Join host Karen Mair as she takes you through the late afternoon with smart conversations that are current and relevant, introducing listeners to news makers, artists and community members shaping our way of life.

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Death Letter

David Ridgen meets the police officers involved in the Greavette case to learn about their investigation.

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Psychedelics and spirituality

Explore the connection between psychedelic drugs like LSD and the transcendent feelings that users report.

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One time snooze

Hosts Rob Norman and Andrew Norton help Robin who is a chronic snoozer.

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The Juno Snub

Hear the the story of Rascalz, and how they started a conversation about the role of urban music at the JUNOS.

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Sara Underwood, Home Children

"Awful Kind" is the name of a book Sara Underwood is writing about the British Home Children who came to PEI between 1893 and 1930. She'll tell us about her research so far and how you may be able to help.

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Dutch Thompson, Strange Love

Let's go back to the by-gone days of PEI with our good friend Dutch Thompson and stories of strange love.

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John Bennett, Coldest Night of the Year

On the evening of February 24th, about 300 people will be walking the streets of Charlottetown to raise money for Harvest House PEI. The clients served by Harvest House are often dealing with some pretty difficult circumstances. In fact walking the streets on a cold winter's night, might be something some of them are all too familiar with. We spoke John Bennett, the executive director of Harvest House PEI.

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Jason Tremere, #BeccaToldMeTo

One very ill young woman's wish....has inspired more than a thousand good deeds. We'll get an update on the inspiring book "#BeccaToldMeTo: Spreading kindness, one hashtag at a time" from Island born author Jason Tremere.

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Debbie Atkinson, Winter Island Tour

Debbie Atkinson tells us about a new winter series of concerts, bringing Newfoundland musicians Sherman Downey and Matthew Byrne to the island as part of the Winter Island Tour.

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Brayden White, Easter Seals Ambassador

12-year-old Brayden White of Georgetown was named today as the new Easter Seals ambassador for 2018. We'll speak with Brayden and find out about his personal motto: "Be brave, never give up!" He says sometimes you've got to be ready to fight for what you want to do.

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Spin Time Norman Beck

He has spent his career working with junior high students. That's his passion. But Norman Beck, the principal at Stonepark Intermediate school, is also passionate about music. He was our Spin Time DJ.

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Watermark Theatre mentorships

From stage management and carpentry to scenic art and even administration. Mentorships are what keep some of our small theatres on PEI going. Andrea Surich, general manager of the Watermark Theatre, told Angela Walker about some upcoming opportunities at the theatre in North Rustico.

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Raised on TV2

A stage show with scenes acted out from popular television shows of past years, with some commercials thrown in for good measure. "Raised on TV2" is a show at the Guild that explores how television has changed, and has changed us. Producers and creators, Grace Kimpinski and Rod Weatherbie spoke with Angela Walker.

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Michelle MacCallum provincial Art Bank

The PEI Government is making some new investments or "deposits" in the provincial Art Bank. Angela Walker spoke with the director of cultural development, Michelle MacCallum.

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Tim Chaisson

The East Pointers are riding high these days. The group won four Music PEI awards last month, has been nominated for several ECMA"s and have been nominated for another Juno award. Angela Walker caught up with Tim Chaisson.

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"Victoria"

"Victoria" is a show that explores, through one woman's story, what it is like to live with the late stages of alzheimer's. Angela Walker spoke with the creator and star, Dulcinea Langfelder.

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Sister Antoinette Desroches Historical committee quiz

The Sister Antoinette Desroches Historical committee has launched its annual history quiz. It's all about Acadian Prince Edward Island. George Arsenault has put it together and is administering it.

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Steven Heighton is UPEI's winter writer-in-residence

He is an award winning novelist and poet and he loves sharing his passion for writing with students. Steven Heighton is UPEI's winter writer-in-residence. He joined Angela Walker in our studio.

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Island Film maker Harmony Wagner

Island film maker Harmony Wagner has been named as one of the "Five in Focus" Atlantic directors by Women in View. She spoke with Angela Walker.

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Atlantic Council for International Cooperation

Caring groups and individuals working together to improve the lives of people around the world. The Atlantic Council for International Cooperation celebrates International Development week on PEI. Selvi Roy , Gaylene Smith and youth ambassador Cece Roy spoke with Angela Walker.

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Spin Time Rachel Beck

Talented singer-songwriter Rachel Beck was our Spin Time DJ.

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Dutch Thompson - heat

Wood, coal and Grammie's hermit cookies. Dutch Thompson brought us stories about things that provided warmth, back in the long winters of the by-gone days of PEI.

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The Turnip Tune Up

Island author, Kathy Birt tells Angela Walker about her new children's book "The Turnip Tune Up".

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Vicki Allen-Cook

There are some shiny new musical instruments arriving at Island elementary schools. Angela Walker spoke with Vickie Allen-Cook, arts education specialist with the Department of Education, Early Learning and Culture about a new music curriculum starting in English kindergarten classes across the Island this fall.

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MLA Bush Dumville

MLA Bush Dumville will now be sitting as an independent. That news was announced by the Premier. We heard from Premier Wade MacLauchlan.

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Kinley Dowling, ECMA Nominations

Kinley Dowling is up for four East Coast Music Awards...fresh on the heels of winning a Music PEI award with Dennis Ellsworth. We'll find out what it means to her.

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Jennifer Campbell,College of Piping

She made her mark on the PEI Mutual Festival of Small Halls..and now Jennifer Campbell has taken on a new position as the executive director of the College of Piping and Celtic Performing Arts. We'll find out her vision.

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Robbie Burns fundraising gala

Bagpipes, a toast to the haggis, a delicious meal and some top notch entertainment will all be part of the Robbie Burns gala being hosted by the College of Piping in Summerside. Sue McGiveron, told Angela Walker about the fundraising gala.

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The arm of St.Francis Xavier

At first UPEI student Rachel Campbell thought the idea of seeing part of the right arm of St. Francis Xavier was a little weird. She says it affected her much more than she expected. Rachel told Angela Walker about the experience.

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Spin Time Rev. Andrew Richardson

From the church choir to Talking Heads. Rev. Andrew Richardson of Trinity United Church in Summerside picked the tunes for us on Spin Time.

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Katherine Kelly

Katherine Kelly tells Angela Walker about the Prince County chapter of "One Hundred Women Who Care."

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PEI band FSHKLL

New PEI band FSHKLL uses some of its lyrics to tackle social and environmental issues. FSHKLL members Brad Deighan, Fadi Faisal, and Colin MacIsaac spoke with Angela Walker.

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James Keelaghan,Summerside Show

They are good friends and tremendous musical talents in their own right. This Friday night Dave Gunning and James Keelaghan are teaming up once again to put on a show like no other at the Harbourfront Theatre in Summerside. James will tell us what they h

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Jason Tremere, #BeccaToldMeTo

Island native Jason Tremere has a new book that chronicles the 1,000 acts of kindness that came as the result of a campaign by a teenager from New Brunswick who has terminal cancer. Jason will tell us about #BeccaToldMeTo."

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Stacey MacKinnon, Emotional Memories

Our relationship columnist Stacey MacKinnon dropped by to tell us about emotional memories...and how we can work through some of the difficult ones.

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Rob Oakie, Music PEI Week 2018

An exciting schedule of shows has been released for Music PEI week which takes place later this month. Rob Oakie dropped by with the musical details.

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Jeana MacIsaac

PEI stage manager Jeana MacIsaac will be spending the next month in Halifax at the Neptune Theatre as an apprentice stage manager. She spoke with Angela Walker.

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Spin Time Mary Boyd

Social justice activist and member of the order of Canada, Mary Boyd reveals her musical roots as she takes over as our Spin Time DJ.

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Dutch Thompson, Old Words

We'll go back to the by-gone days of Prince Edward Island with our good friend Dutch Thompson. Today he'll tell us about words and phrases that were common once...but not really known or understood anymore.

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Ross Munro, Work Camp Chef

He's now working thousands of kilometers away from home...and in charge of feeding hundreds of oil industry workers in Fort McKay, Alberta. Chef Ross Munro will tell us about his experiences.

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George O'Connor new Irish library

They have about 15 hundred books already, and room for five thousand. George O'Connor told Angela Walker about plans to open an Irish library in Charlottetown.

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Chef Miguel Cervantes - eating clean

From a technical fruit salad, to some healthier dressings. Chef Miguel Cervantes brings us tips for eating cleaner in the New Year..

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Alicia Toner " I Learned the Hard Way."

Alicia Toner has five Music PEI award nominations for her debut album, " I Learned the Hard Way." She told Angela Walker about the album and how her musical theatre work brought her to this point.

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Irene MacAulay Appalachian Trail

Irene MacAulay has had a trip of a lifetime walking more than 21 hundred miles from Georgia to Maine completing the Appalachian Trail. It took her from the end of April until Mid October to do it. She told Angela Walker why she wanted to take on this chal

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Chef Miguel Cervantes party food

Whether it's an intimate gathering with a few close friends or a big New Years Bash. Chef Miguel Cervantes has tips for putting together a party and food your guests will remember.

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Dirty Dozen Dogs

They were known as the dirty dozen but they are dirty no more. We caught up with dogs who were seized by the PEI Humane Society last year.

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"Twas the Night Before Christmas" Island edition

The reading of the classic Christmas poem "Twas the Night Before Christmas" has been part of the Mossey family's tradition for generations. But this year Roseanne Mossey and her daughter Mary Katherine decided to write their own version. They shared it wi

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Spin Time - Santa Claus

He loves milk and cookies, children, reindeer, and Christmas music. Santa Claus was our Spin time DJ.

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cookie- exchange

Baking is a Christmas tradition worldwide. Angela Walker had a mini-cookie- exchange with cookies and stories from the Netherlands and the Bahamas.

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John Connolly

John Connolly tells Angela Walker what it means to him to be part of the Close to the Coast Festival and he shares some professional and personal news.

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"The Graphic Van Sessions"

If those vans could talk. Jason Martell, Barry O'Brien and Dennis King will tell Angela Walker about their show "The Graphic Van Sessions" at the Kings Playhouse

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Ryan O'Connor Island Magazine

From "the Horribles" to "the Mussel Mud song". Ryan O'Connor told Angela Walker why the latest edition of the Island Magazine is so special.

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Going beyond the Christmas classics Dave Stewart

Going beyond the Christmas classics. Dave Stewart has recommendations for something a little different than the traditional Christmas movies or television shows.

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Spin Time Matt Andersen

He has music in his soul! Matt Andersen is getting ready for a big concert at the Confederation Centre on December 21st . He picked some tunes for us as our Spin Time DJ.

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"The Close to the Coast" music festival

"The Close to the Coast" festival at Baba's helped launch many a musical career on PEI. It's back again after eight years. Ryan Abdallah and Pat Deighan gave Angela Walker the details.

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"The Shoeman Curse" Chris MacKinnon

"The Shoeman Curse" is the name of Chris MacKinnon's first novel. It's the story of family man, not unlike himself. It has humour and a healing message. Chris spoke with Angela Walker.

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Liz MacKay It pays to be handy

From basic appliance repairs, to cutting hair. Our frugal columnist Liz MacKay tells Angela Walker how picking up a few extra skills can lead to big savings.

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Kevin Mouflier Tourism Industry Association of PEI

Immigrant investors and newcomers looking to start businesses on PEI are often looking at the Tourism Industry. Kevin Mouflier is the CEO of the Tourism Industry Association of PEI. He told Angela Walker how the industry hopes to meet newcomer's needs

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Maxine MacLennan Superwoman Max

Over the years, Maxine MacLennan has given her time and talent to more benefit concerts than you can count.Now she is in hospital recovering from a serious accident and her musical friends are coming to her aid with a benefit concert. Sheila MacKenzie and

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"On Five Dollars a Day: An Innocent Abroad in Europe Summer 1965"

In 1965, Island lawyer and author, James Macnutt traveled throughout Europe. The bizarre, fun and even troubling experiences he had on that journey are all contained in his new book called "On Five Dollars a Day: An Innocent Abroad in Europe Summer 1965

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Confederation Centre Holiday Variety Show

More than 50 Island performers will be singing and dancing and making you laugh as part of the Confederation Centre Holiday Variety Show this Friday and Saturday. One of the stars, Patty Sullivan, spoke with Angela Walker.

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Premier Wade MacLauchlan Atlantic premiers meeting

Angela Walker spoke with Premier Wade MacLauchlan about the meeting of the Atlantic premiers, and what impact it could have on PEI.

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"Casual Christmas Cabaret" Becca Griffin & Todd MacLean

An evening of Christmas music with friends and laughs, and a few surprises. Todd MacLean and Becca Griffin told Angela Walker about the "Casual Christmas Cabaret".

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Spin Time Corryn Clemence

Corryn Clemence of Port Charlottetown put aside the cruise ship schedule planning for a few minutes to pick some tunes for us as our Spin Time DJ.

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Joey Kitson "Rock Steady"

It has heavy rock, Celtic, pop and even country influences. Joey Kitson of Rawlins Cross will tell us about the group's brand new album "Rock Steady".

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Dutch Thompson kindness

Dutch Thompson brings us stories of acts of kindness in the by-gone days of PEI.

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"Heather Rankin Christmas"

Memories of sitting on the wood box, stockings hung on the cardboard fireplace, and finally being allowed to sing in the main choir at midnight mass. Angela Walker caught up with Heather Rankin.

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"The Islanders" Brian Pollard

Brian Pollard's 1974 short film called "The Islanders" has been remastered by the National Film Board. The film uses old photographs, interviews and music to tell the story of the people who have made Prince Edward Island home. Brian told Angela Walker wh

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Reliving the Halifax Explosion at Summerside Intermediate School

History came to life at Summerside Intermediate School. The school honoured the 100th anniversary of the Halifax Explosion this week and on December 06 at exactly 9:04 a.m. a massive explosition was heard over the P.A. system

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Steve Giddings "Rock Coach"

Giving classically trained music teachers tips on how to help students learn how to play rock music. Island music teacher Steve Giddings tells Angela Walker us about his new book "Rock Coach."

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Looking for unique Anne of Green Gables dolls

If you have a unique Anne of Green Gables doll, the Confederation Centre of the Arts may want to hear from you. Carol Horne, chief marketing officer of the Confederation Centre, spoke with Angela Walker.

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Mark Belfry "The Somewhere Sun".

Mark Belfry told Angela Walker about the launch of his second novel, "The Somewhere Sun".

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Dennis King "The Legend of Bubby Stevens"

"The Legend of Bubby Stevens" is the name of Dennis King's new collection of stories. He dropped by to chat with Angela Walker.

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Spin Time Kim Griffin

She's the voice of Maritime Electric and keeps us up-to-date on power outages in wind, snow and ice. But Kim Griffin turned her attention to music as our Spin Time DJ

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Gus Hillstrom

Gus Hillstrom is an advertising guy, and a song and jingle writer. He has written dozens of jingles over the years that are familiar to Islanders. Gus shares those jingles and the stories behind them in a new show at the Milton Community Hall. He spoke wi

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Award winning Island authors

The Magazine "Canadian Stories" held a national writing competition and Island authors, Roger Gordon and Margot Maddison-MacFadyen answered the call. They both won in their respective categories. They dropped by to speak with Angela Walker.

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Dr. Ed MacDonald Edward Whelan

Edward Whelan was a journalist, politician, outspoken reformer, and Island Father of Confederation. Dr. Ed MacDonald explores the life of Whelan as part of the Irish Heritage Lecture Series.

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Mud Bay Jugglers

They are bearded men who carry clubs. Angela Walker met the members of the Mud Bay Jugglers.

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Ómós

Half of them live in Ireland and the other half on PEI. Angela Walker spoke with members of the group Ómós

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Travis Boudreau Charlottetown Legion Choir

He's a music teacher, singer, musician and composer. Travis Boudreau has many talents but he is also the director of the Charlottetown Legion Choir. The members love him even though he throws some pretty difficult pieces their way.

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Dylan Menzie

Dylan Menzie is just back from a tour of Australia and from competing in a national television show which will air in January. He was given two Music PEI award nominations and is planning a great Christmas show. He spoke with Angela Walker.

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The Mikinduri Children of Hope and the UPEI school of sustainable engineering

The Mikinduri Children of Hope and the UPEI school of sustainable engineering have teamed up for two projects that could help save lives in Kenya. Mikinduri president Ted Grant and second year engineering students Nathan Duncan and Kellen Devries droppe

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Owen Connolly: The Making of a Legacy

Owen Connolly: The Making of a Legacy is a new book by Leonard Cusack. It tells the rags to riches story of a young Irish Immigrant who made his fortune on PEI and passed on some of those riches to generations after. Leonard and researcher Lori Mayne, sp

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Spin Time Al Douglas

Marketing events manager, entertainment booker, photographer and man about town, Al Douglas was our Spin Time DJ

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Island A Cappella

Competitions and concerts. It's an exciting and busy time for PEI's women's barbershop chorus Island A Cappella. President Jan Coffin and PR committee member Kelly Mullaly, dropped by to give Angela Walker all the details.

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SOPA concert

Students in Holland College's School of Performing Arts will take to the stage of the Florence Simmons Performance Hall to show the public their musical skills. Sean Ferris is an instructor at the School of Performing arts. Matt Greenwood, Jennifer McKit

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Beaver Damage - Watershed rehabilitation and research technician Danielle Jordan

Coming to too close to human habitat. Officials with the Hunter-Clyde Watershed group have noticed an influx of beavers this year causing some damage in one area. Watershed rehabilitation and research technician, Danielle Jordan,spoke with Angela Walker.

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Dutch Thompson - shipping produce

Piglets running the roads and fresh PEI eggs in New York City! Dutch Thompson brings us stories about shipping goods in the bygone days

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"Bubba Begonia You're Such a Lucky Guy"

Author Gerry O'Brien is delighting children once again with another book in his Bubba Begonia series, "Bubba Begonia You're Such a Lucky Guy". He spoke with Angela Walker.

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Molly Appeal custom-fit cancer treatments

This year's Molly Appeal will help researchers at Dalhousie Medical School develop custom-fit cancer treatments, through an expanding tumour bank. Dr. Paola Marignani is a cancer researcher and professor who is doing some of the work. She spoke with Ange

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National Restorative Justice Symposium

Taking a restorative approach to crime and conflict. That's the focus of discussions at the 2017 National Restorative Justice Symposium taking place in Ottawa. Three of the Island representatives, Bethany Knox, Pamela Large-Moran, and Lori St.Onge , spoke

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win a chance to see "A Maritime Christmas" ( contest ends Nov 28)

"A Maritime Christmas" is an evening of Christmas songs and stories with the likes of Tomato Tomato, Heather Rankin and Dave Gunning. Angela Walker spoke with producer , Shelley Chase.

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Adam-Michael James "I Samantha, Take This Mortal Darrin"

"I Samantha, Take This Mortal Darrin", is the name of a new book by Island resident Adam-Michael James. He calls it the final episode of the series that was never written. He spoke with Angela Walker.

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Studio Dimanche

They've all had some pretty amazing music recorded at Studio Dimanche in Miscouche. And now some of those artists will come together for a show called "The Songwriters & Tunewriters Circle" . Studio owner Brent Chaisson, and musicians Rick Sparkes and Dan

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