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Todd Perrin's fish feed

Our latest edition of Sunday Scoff featured Todd Perrin, who will soon open a restaurant at the renovated Mallard Cottage in Quidi Vidi Village in the east end of St. John’s.

For this recipe, Todd made what he calls a fish feed. The secret ingredient? Salt beef.

Enjoy!

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Chris Picco's new single

Chris Picco will be Angela Antle’s guest on the Liner Notes feature on Sunday’s edition of WAM. Here’s his first single, Real Estate Man, from the forthcoming album, The Beach. You can sample more of what Chris has been working on here.

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The Collector

Tune into Weekend AM Saturday to hear a young animator from Ramea talk about all the success he’s had due to this short film about a robot. Here’s Zachary Green’s The Collector:

The Collector from Zachary Green on Vimeo.

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A new (old!) Newfoundland song

Host Mack Furlong speaks with Chris O’Dea about how he came to learn about a song from Australia that appears to have very old Newfoundland roots.

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2 Square Feet

Long-time members of the CBC Radio and TV audience will know the name, voice and face of Jeanne Beker from the time she spent here; a generation of MuchMusic watchers will remember her, too, from The New Music. People who tune in CTV’s Fashion Television will know Jeanne as the host of that program.

Soon, fans of Ruth Lawrence will know Jeanne Beker as the star of Ruth’s new short film, 2 Square Feet. Ruth won this year’s RBC Michelle Jackson Emerging Filmmaker Award for the script and she is in production this weekend.

Mack Furlong spoke with Jeanne and Ruth.

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Sparks Literary Festival

The Third Sparks Literary Festival takes place next Sunday on the St. John’s campus of Memorial University. It is an opportunity for readers to meet writers, to hear them read from their own work, and for emerging writers to meet experienced writers and publishers. Mack Furlong speaks with Mary Dalton, the festival’s director.

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