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Monday May 13, 2013

Crosstalk: Mary Pratt is one of Canada's pre-eminent painters. You can now see a 50 year retrospective of her work at The Rooms in St. John's. Mary Pratt joined us in Studio

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The sex trade: A customer's perspective:  If you caught Radio Noon on Friday, you might have heard an e-mail from a man in St. John's who believes prostitution should be decriminalized. His reasons are personal. Like most people, he's interested in being part of a romantic couple. But, he has a disability; and as he puts it, people don't see him as an ideal partner. That's where sex workers come in. He sees them as an alternative... a way to get some intimacy in his life instead of always being seen as an asexual person. He speaks with host Ramona Dearing.

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Nain - Plastic bag-free for three years

Plastic bags .jpgIt's been almost three years since the community of Nain banned plastic shopping bags. Earlier this week during our phone-in on the litter problem in Nfld and Labrador, one of our listeners wanted to know if that ban is making a difference. George Lyall is the man with the answers. He's the Deputy AngajukKah of Nain. He speaks with host Ramona Dearing.

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