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Radio Noon - Grand River Keeper on the report on the proposed Lower Churchill hydro development.

The panel that reviewed the proposed hydro-electric projects for the Lower Churchill has come up with criticism after criticism. The panel says some of the analysis Nalcor did needs a lot more work. Including the assertion that Muskrat Falls is the best way, and the least expensive way to get more electricity to the island. The panel says that analysis is inadequate. It also says the project would harm fish habitat, wetlands and and the Red Wine caribou herd. As well as having significant adverse effects on culture and heritage in Labrador. Roberta Frampton Benefiel speaks for the group, Grand River Keeper.

 

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Radio Noon - "Royal" reintroduced to the Armed Forces

The federal government announced it's putting the word "royal" back into two branches of the Armed Forces. The Maritime Command will become the Royal Canadian Navy, and the the Air Command will become the Royal Canadian Air Force. Ramona speaks with retired Colonel Maurice Hynes, who used to command the 2nd Battallion of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment.

 

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Radio Noon - Crosstalk: Mental health and physical activity

Do you see a connection between mental health and physical activity? Both guests on our program definitely do. Dr. David Attwood is the clinical chief of mental health and addictions for Eastern Health, and Shannon Fisher finds exercise helps her control her depression. She's the spokesperson for the Tri for Health triathlon in Torbay.

 

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Service Canada job cuts in Gander

29 positions for people who process EI claims will be cut in Gander over the next 3 years.  And that's left Gander mayor Claude Elliott furious.

 

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Radio Noon - Jack Layton's message for people with cancer

In his last letter to Canadians, Jack Layton made a point of speaking to people who also have cancer. CBC's Andrew Brown reads that passage from Jack Layton's letter. Ramona speaks with oncologist Kara Laing on the impact of those words.

 

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Radio Noon - Crosstalk: Student Housing

Our question:  if it's any easier for students to find housing in Nfld and Lab this year. Jessica McCormick is the Newfoundland and Labrador Chair of the Canadian Federation of Students. Robert Leamon is the president of the student union on the Grenfell Campus.  They joined Ramona.

 

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Radio Noon - Service Canada job cuts across the province

The federal government is planning big cuts to jobs at EI processing centres across the province. According to the Public Service Alliance of Canada, Gander will be hardest hit, with 29 positions being cut. The Alliance says jobs will also be cut in other locations: 5 in Grand Falls-Windsor, 12 in Goose Bay and 10 in Corner Brook. We contacted P-SAC's Jeannie Baldwin.

 

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Radio Noon - Rick Hansen: 25 year anniversary of "Man in Motion"

25 years ago, Rick Hansen left Cape Spear on his incredible "Man in Motion" campaign. He went across Canada, and then across the world in his wheelchair. Today he returned, with a new relay. And this interview with Ramona.

 

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Radio Noon - Crosstalk: Newfoundland and Labrador summer discoveries.

We hear from listeners about the terrific places they discovered in Newfoundland and Labrador this summer. Our guest--Marg Kearney, who used to work for the provincial government's tourism department.

 

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Radio Noon - Proactive health care

Anyone who's trying to find a family doctor knows there are significant shortages in some parts of Newfoundland and Labrador, and that's true right across Canada. Our guest believes one of the solutions is getting GPs to take a different approach, one that would get their patients a lot healthier in the process. Dr. Dan McCarthy is on staff with the BC Medical Association.

 

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Radio Noon - Man receives award for raising awareness about mental health issues

Austen Mardon of Edmonton went out whale-watching in Bay Bulls earlier this week. But that's not why he's visiting Newfoundland and Labrador. He's getting a medal of honor from the Canadian Medical Association at their big conference in St. John's. It's for raising awareness about mental health issues, and for Austen Mardon, that comes from personal experience with schizophrenia.

 

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Radio Noon - Crosstalk: Gardening

Kim Thistle of the Green House in Little Rapids, near Corner Brook offers up some excellent gardening advice!

 

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Radio Noon - Last-minute change kept man off doomed Resolute Bay jet.

Two people from this province died in the plane crash in Resolute Bay over the weekend. The crash took the lives of 12 people, including a six-year-old girl. Her 7-year-old sister was one of the three survivors. Morgan Cox of Fortune was also supposed to be on that plane. He's a snowmobile mechanic who has worked in Resolute Bay for the last eight years. Like crash victim, Ches Tibbo, he also survived a plane crash in 2008. Morgan Cox spoke with our Natalie Kalata from his Fortune home this morning, and told her about the last-minute change in his travel plans.

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Radio Noon - Jack Layton has passed at the age of 61

As word breaks of the death of Jack Layton, Ramona speaks with provincial NDP leader Lorraine Michael and Vancouver East MP Libby Davies, who is the Deputy Leader of the federal NDP. She was in St. John's today to take part in a convention.

 

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Radio Noon - Crosstalk: Jack Layton

We opened the phone lines following the sad news of the death of Jack Layton. The leader of Canada's official opposition announced late last month he was taking time off to be treated for some new tumors. With Ramona in studio, Anthony Germain, the new host of the St. John's Morning Show, and the former host of the House, the Week in National Politics.

 

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Radio Noon - Michael Hlinka: Fairness in Income Tax Code

Earlier this week, legendary investor Warren Buffett had a column in the New York Times that had him calling for higher taxes on people like him. Business Columnist Michael Hlinka has an idea how to ensure fairness in the income tax code.

 

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Radio Noon - Molly Nelson: Stolen Bike Found!

On Tuesday's show, Molly Nelson, of Maine, told us the story of how her customized motorcycle and all her belongings were stolen from a parking lot on Ropewalk Lane. Today she's back on the show with some good news.

 

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Radio Noon - Crosstalk: Liberal Leader Kevin Aylward

Today on the show the newly chosen Liberal Leader Kevin Aylward is here. Aylward was selected on Sunday over six other people who sought the liberal leadership. Kevin Aylward was only 24 when first elected in Stephenville district in 1985. He entered cabinet in 1994 and over the years, served as minister of environment, forestry, agriculture and tourism. He retired from politics in 2003. But now he's back and leading the Liberals into the October 11th election.

 

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Radio Noon - Exotic Animals

Instead of fluffy friends like cats, dogs or rabbits, a couple of people in central Newfoundland are the proud owners of animals with hard shells and scaly skin. CBC Reporter Shirley Camia brings us their story from a backyard in Grand Falls - Windsor.

 

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Radio Noon - Michael Hlinka: Volatile Stock Markets

The world's major stock markets have been very volatile lately and according to our Business Columnist Michael Hlinka, if you're looking to blame someone or something, you might want to blame algorithmic trading. He's here to explain what it is and what should be done with it!

 

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Radio Noon - Crosstalk: Linden McIntyre

Today on the show our special guest is Linden McIntyre. Best known as an investigative journalist with the 5th estate. He's also the author of the Giller Prize Winning - The Bishops Man. Linden McIntyre is accustomed be being the person who asks the question, but today he was willing to answer yours.

 

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Radio Noon - The American Military searches for remains at a World War II crash site near Botwood.

During World War II, Botwood served as a refueling center for the American Military's flying boats. They could land on water and were frequently used to cross the Atlantic. In 1942, one of those flying boats - the Excalibur - crashed shortly after takeoff from Botwood. Eleven passengers and crew were killed. At least three bodies were never recovered. Warren Lessing's father was one of the missing. Now a special American military unit is in Botwood, diving at the site of the crash, searching for human remains.

 

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Radio Noon - John Noseworthy seeks PC nomination

Another Auditor General is entering politics. John Noseworthy hopes to follow his predecessor Elizabeth Marshall - and run for the Tories. Noseworthy was in his 9th year of a 10 year appointment as Auditor General when he stepped down at the end of July. He's seeking the PC nomination in Signal Hill Quidi Vidi. If he wins that, he'll take on NDP leader Lorraine Michael.

 

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Radio Noon - Crosstalk: Gardening

It's been quite a wet summer for most gardens and gardeners. But there is hope yet, so if you're trying to make the best of a bad gardening year, our guest can help. Gardening expert Dave Morrow joins us from Grand Falls Windsor

 

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Radio Noon - Harvesting Iceberg Ice

The Petermann's Ice Island is just a few kilometres off St. Anthony, and about 80 icebergs have calved from it. This has allowed the CBC's Caroline Hillier to experience firsthand what's involved in harvesting iceberg ice.

 

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Radio Noon - Update on a Newfoundlander missing is Saskatchewan

Carole King has been missing for over a week. Her car was found in a boggy area near her current city of Herschel.

 

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Radio Noon - Crosstalk: Local Produce

Today on the show we're talking about locally grown food.  Are you making more of an effort  to eat local produce or growing your own produce? Andreae Callanan joins us in the studio. She's the former Food Nerd Columnist with the Scope Newspaper and she's with FEAST - a local food education group.

 

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Radio Noon: A man is charged with supplying alcohol to minors. Aug 03, 2011.

Yesterday, the RCMP charged a man with supplying two young girls with alcohol. The girls are 12 and 13 years old. It turns out Brian Benoit was under a court order not to be alone around children. Corporal Joe Anderson of the Bay St George RCMP spoke with Radio Noon.

 

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Radio Noon: David Cochrane interviews Alan Doyle and Russell Crowe. Aug 02, 2011.

He's been the talk of the town, and we finally caught up with him. Russell Crowe is in St. John's with his good buddy Alan Doyle of Great Big Sea. They've been busy releasing their musical collaboration today and shooting an episode of Republic of Doyle. The CBC's David Cochrane finally got face-to-face with the elusive two earlier this morning.

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Radio Noon - Crosstalk: Gardening. Aug 02, 2011.

It's a gardening Tuesday. Host Carolyn Ray is joined my Todd Boland from MUN Botanical Gardens.

 

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Radio Noon: Traffic Speed Enforcement.August 1, 2011.

RCMP Traffic Services East and West carried out a blitzes a couple of weeks ago, using both an airplane and hand-held radar. They gave out dozens of tickets, even though they were only focusing on people driving at dangerously high speeds. Today on Crosstalk, we're asking if you want the police to carry out more radar blitzes to catch speeders.

 

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Radio Noon: Genealogy of Mugfords July 29, 2011.

Ontario-based genealogist Martin Potter's been doing DNA research as part of a quest to find out more about Mugfords. After a couple of years of effort, he's got some interesting results.

 

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Radio Noon: St. John's IceCaps, anyone? July 29, 2011.

The new AHL hockey team is the St. John's IceCaps. Former premier Danny Williams is the President and CEO of the team. He explains how the name was chosen. 

 

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Radio Noon: Should details of Jack Layton's cancer be made public? July 28, 2011.

You can bet that a lot of Canadians are wondering exactly what type of new cancer NDP leader Jack Layton is being treated for. He of course announced earlier this week that he's taking a leave of absence to be treated for a second type of cancer. Lots of people believe the details are nobody's business. But Globe and Mail health reporter Andre Picard argues it should be made public.

 

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Radio Noon - Crosstalk: Increase in crime rates in Newfoundland and Labrador. July 28, 2011.

Today on the show, we're talking about crime in Newfoundland and Labrador. Last week, Statistics Canada released figures showing that violent crime went up by 13 per cent last year, and by 29 per cent in St. John's. The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary says it's important to keep that in context. What's your perception? Do you think there's more crime in Newfoundland and Labrador than there used to be? My guest on show, Ron Fitzpatrick. His group, Turnings, works with offenders and ex-offenders.

 

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CHANNAL says ad about "crazy" people is offensive: Wed July 27, 2011

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It was supposed to be funny.  But a mental health group isn't laughing about an advertisement that was on the back of a Metrobus. The sign for the Orange Stores said:  "We smile a lot because we like you, not because we're crazy."  The Consumers' Health Awareness Network complained to Metrobus. Karon-Ann Parsons is the executive director of CHANNEL:

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Radio Noon: Orca whales in the waters off Bay Bulls. July 25, 2011.

There was quite the spectacle in the waters off Bay Bulls on Saturday. A dozen Orca whales. Michael Gatherall saw them first-hand. He's the co-owner of Gatherall's Puffin and Whale Watch. 

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Radio Noon: The risks of getting Alzheimer's disease. July 25, 2011.

A recent study on who is most at risk to get Alzheimer's disease has just been released and its findings might take you by surprise. Dr. Mehrul Hasnain is a Geriatric Psychiatrist here in St. John's.

 

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Radio Noon - Crosstalk: Your powers of concentration in this age of the internet. July 25, 2011.

So many people now are texting, checking Facebook, their e-mail and popping on-line to get the latest news. There's information coming at us from every which way. Some of it's fun. Some of it's fascinating. Some of it's vital information. What's it doing for your ability to make sense of the world around you? My guest on the show today believes we've got so much information coming at us that we're close to living out of context. We are joined by Russell Wangersky, a writer and the editorial page editor with the Telegram newspaper.

 

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Radio Noon: Missing man from Spaniard's Bay. July 22, 2011

Two days ago, Terrance Pike left his home in Spaniard's Bay on foot. He hasn't returned. The police are trying to find him. For an update we've reached Staff Sergeant Rick Robinson.

 

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Radio Noon: Health care discrimination against the LGBT community. July 22, 2011.

The health care system is meant to help us. But what if instead of receiving proper care from hospital staff, they're afraid of touching you? That's exactly what happened to John Baker's partner. Baker took part in a panel discussion as part of Gay Pride Week. It focused on how the health care system handles patients who are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or Trans-Gendered.

 

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Radio Noon: Shakespeare by the Sea. July 22, 2011.

Shakespeare by the Sea production of Hamlet kicks off this evening on Signal Hill in St. John's with Dave Sullivan in the lead role. He's here to give us a taste of what's in store for the audience.

 

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Radio Noon - Crosstalk: Barbecuing! July 22, 2011

Today on the show, we're talking about barbecuing. It's easy. It's delicious. And there's not a lot of clean-up. You can get some great ideas from our guest, chef Steve Watson.

 

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Radio Noon: RCMP crack down on speeding using Aerial and Laser resources. July 21, 2011.

The RCMP issued a 85 speeding tickets yesterday near Butterpot Park and Gushue's Pond. All thanks to a laser speed detector. RCMP Constable Janet Austin is with Traffic Services East. She operated the laser speed detector yesterday. She joins us from her patrol car.

 

 

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Radio Noon - Crosstalk: Interaction on the road between drivers and cyclists. July 21, 2011.

Today on Crosstalk, we're asking who's worse on the roads: Drivers or cyclists. We all know drivers can put cyclists' lives on the line. But we've probably seen people on bicycles putting themselves and other drivers in danger as well. In the studio today, Kevin Baldwin of Bicycle Newfoundland and Labrador.

 

 

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Radio Noon: History of the Telegraph Cable in Newfoundland. July 20, 2011

Yesterday, we talked with Joe Keating of County Kerry, Ireland about his attempts to salvage as much of the Transatlantic Telegraph Cable as possible. Which got us wondering if anyone has ever tried the same thing on the Newfoundland side of the pond. Ted Rowe joins us. He is the author of the book "Connecting the Continents", which is about the history of the Telegraph Cable.

 

 

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Radio Noon: Petermann Ice Island off the coast of Labrador. July 20, 2011

Icebergs abound this year off the coast of Labrador and North East Newfoundland. And they all originated from the Petermann Ice Island. Our national reporter Vik Adhopia, was part of a expedition to the ice island yesterday. He joins us to tell us about the experience.

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Radio Noon - Crosstalk: Favourite Hiking Trails in Newfoundland and Labrador, July 20, 2011

Today on Crosstalk, we talk about all the best places to hike in Newfoundland and Labrador. Todays guests have hiking in their blood. Fred Hollingshurst and Mary Smyth had a hiking column in the Telegram newspaper. They have a book published about some of their favourite hiking locations. So if you're looking for suggestions for new hikes to try out, they can help you.

 

 

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Radio Noon: An Irishman wants to haul up the TransAtlantic Telegraph Cable. July 19, 2011.

Most of the TransAtlantic Telegraph Cable between Heart's Content and Ireland has been resting on the ocean floor for 145 years. But Ireland's Joe Keating wants to raise it from the sea floor. We've reached Joe Keating at his home in Cahirciveen in County Kerry, Ireland.

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Radio Noon: Memories of Resettlement - a building is towed across the bay in Twillingate. July 19, 2011.

In Twillingate, something in being done that hasn't been done in many, many years. They're floating a building across the water. We talk with one of the men on board the boat that's doing the towing. Chris Osmond is with the Isles Wooden Boat Building Committee.

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Radio Noon - Crosstalk: Gardening, July 19, 2011

Ross Traverse of Traverse Gardens joins us to talk about all sorts of gardening topics.

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MUN hires an Aboriginal Affairs Special Advisor.

Memorial University has hired it's very first advisor on aboriginal affairs. Maura Hanrahan takes on this new job. We talk with her about the importance of the position.

 

 

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Radio Noon, Monday July 18, 2011 - A propane leak at a gas station in Bonavista causes concern.

There was a propane leak from a tank at a Irving gas station in Bonavista. Keith Shirran, who is the assistant deputy chief, talk with us about the incident.

 

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Injuries and safety issues at work - teenager injured from Carysvale, Conception Bay

A teenager from Marysvale, Conception Bay is still in hospital after a frozen cod fell on his head. Gatlyn England was offloading fish at a wharf in Bay Roberts when he was knocked unconcious.

 

 

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Underexposure of the Drought in Africa

The headlines call it the most severe humanitarian disaster in the world. That's coming from UNICEF, who ought to know. Somalia, Kenya, Ethiopia, Djibouti and Uganda, the worst drought in 60 years has affected 10 million people, many of them kids. But the drought and the food crisis in Horn of Africa is not top of mind for many people.
Why is that? To talk about this Bill Hynd of OXFAM joins us.

 

 

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It's summer. What better time to kick back and read a good book.

It's summer. What better time to kick back and read a good book.
our guests today on radio noon crosstalk are avid readers, Danine Farquharson teaches English at Memorial University and Joanne Soper Cook is a library technician.

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Double Talk - Patrick Warner
The Thirteenth Tale - Diane Stetterfield
The Historian - Elizabeth Kostova
The Hand That First Held Mine - Maggie O'Farrell
Room - Emma Donoghue
The Almost Moon -Alice Sebold
Karin Fossum - any of her novels
The Slap - Christos Tsiolkas
Ransom - David Malouf
Birdsong - Sebastain Faulks
The Warmth of Other Suns - Isabel Wilkerson
The Last Call - Daniel Okrent
Waking the Messiah - Joanne Soper-Cook
The Topography of Love - Bernice Morgan
Death on the Ice - Cassie Brown (Audio Book, narrated by Ron Hynes)
Still Alice - Alison Genova Randall
Death of a Lesser Man - Thomas Rendell Curran
Bullfighting - Roddy Doyle
Bury Me Deep/ Queenpin - Megan Abbott
A Short History of Tractors in Ukranian - Marina Lewycka
The Good Earth - Pearl S. Buck
The Children's Book - A.S. Byatt
Highway to Valour - Margaret Duley
The Outspoken Princess and the Gentle Knight - Jack Zipes
Miss O'Dell: My Hard Days and Long Nights with the Beatles, The Stones, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton and the Women They Loved - Chris O'Dell
Snow Crash - Neal Stephenson
Calculating God - Robert J. Sawyer
Tigana/ Sailing to Byzantium/  Beyond This Dark House/ - Guy Gavriel Kay
A Dance with Dragons - George RR Martin
Sixty Five Roses - Heather S. Cariou
Hypothermia - Arnaldur Indridason
Earth's Children Series- Jean Auel
The Cosmopolitan - Nadia Kalman
Moonlight Sketches - Gerard Collins
 
 
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Discussion on conflicting Information about skin care.

There's so much conflicting information about how to protect yourself from skin damage. We talk to a dermatologist to help us seperate fact from fiction. Dr. Ian Landells joins us.

 

 

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Radio Noon Crosstalk - Gardening - Tues July 12, 2011

We're talking about gardening. Tim Walsh, the Nursery Manager from MUN Botanical Gardens joins us.

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The lower churchill plan - selling power to consumers in the US.

Getting Lower Churchill Power to the US border will be challenging, getting it to actual US customers may be even more so. That's one of the messages that came from the recent meeting of the New England Governors and Eastern Canadian Premiers. Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin says the US power grid lack capacity to transport power and the price of power is key. On the Canadian side of the border Former federal environment minister Jim Prentice has weighed in on these issues. 

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Icebergs from the massive Pertermann Icefield are a bonanza for people looking for icebergs off St. Anthony.

Paul Alcock has been taking tourists to see icebergs off St. Anthony for fifteen years now. But this is a season unlike anything he's ever seen. It appears while global warming is causing these massive ice fields to break off. Paul Alcock is with Northland Discovery Boat Tours.

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Radio Noon - Crosstalk - Wednesday July 13, 2011 - AHL Hockey Team in St. John's

Discussion on the name and potential for success for the new AHL team coming to St. John's

 

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Christian Corbet is the founder Corner Brook Pride Incorporated.

Some gay pride activities in Corner Brook scheduled for this friday and saturday have been cancelled. 

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City Council Responds To Gay Pride Activists

To respond to some of the criticism against Corner Brook City Hall. Councillor Gary Kelly is on the line.

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Radio Noon Crosstalk Gardening

 

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Harry Potter And The Deathly Hollows Part Two

Fans discuss how they grew up with the Happy Potter series and how it has affected their lives.

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Radio Noon Crosstalk Monday July 11

On Radio Noon Crosstalk: what's the best musical performance you've ever seen - it could be a rock concert, it could be a classical show ... could be your nan's rendition of a John Denver tune ... whatever it is, we want to hear about it. My guest are pianist, percussionist, arranger and producer Bill Brennan ... and powerhouse singer and producer Kelly-Ann Evans.

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Medical Marijuana

 

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