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episodes: May 2013 Archives

Friday May 31, 2013

Crosttalk # 1: Should we remove all remaining religious symbols and names from our public school system? Bill Lee is the former superintendant of the Avalon East Consolidated School Board.

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Chris Picco.jpgCrosstalk: We've got Chris Picco http://www.chrispicco.ca of the Long Distance Runners http://www.thelongdistancerunners.com/ in studio, playing live and taking your calls, along with next-big-thing Ilia Nicholl.  

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Thursday May 30, 2013

Curbside recycling tips courtesy of Shelley Pardy she supervises the Waste Diversion Communications for the City of St. John's. 

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Crosstalk: We're asking if texting is the new drunk driving? Everyone knows that it's irresponsible to drink and drive, but do we think that way about driving while texting or talking on a cell phone? Ramona's guests have strong views on this one. They are RNC Staff Sgt Sean Ennis, and Jim Brazil of Safety Services NL. TEXTING.jpg

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Wednesday May 15, 2013


LogoNFHA.jpgCrosstalk: On today's Crosstalk phone-in, we're talking about the fact that some people want the legal hunting age lowered to 12 in Nfld and Labrador, with supervision. And we've got two of those people joining us today. In our Corner Brook studio, Wendell Smith, the President of the Upper Humber Rod and Gun Assn. And here in St. John's, Barry Fordham, who is a spokesperson for the Newfoundland Federation of Hunters and Anglers. 

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RayGuy.jpgRemembering Ray Guy: Ray Guy's wit and courage will resonate in Nfld and Labrador for a long time to come. Whether through his newspaper columns, his stage-writing or his commentaries on Here and Now or CBC Radio. Ray Guy died yesterday at the age of 74. Radio Noon would like to pay tribute by playing part of an interview from 2008, just after his book, The Smallwood Years, was published. 

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