CBC Newfoundland Morning with Bernice Hillier, Martin Jones
Aug. 7, 2020: A collection of strange NL stories one for every day of the year and musician uses pandemic downtime to record his own album mic and records his own album
Aug. 6, 2020: Restaurant grows its own food inside the dining room, how NL got a premier without a public election, and virtual leadership camps for LGBTQ youth
Aug. 5, 2020: Meet the premier-designate, Cormack homestead starts an honesty market, a good season for wild mushrooms, and plans to make fresh butter in Deer Lake
Aug. 4, 2020: A new community newspaper for the southwest coast, Food banks open to idea of hunters hunting for the hungry, and our political panel weighs in on the new Liberal leader and the challenges he'll have to face
Aug. 3, 2020: No 'Regatta Roulette' for St. John's this year, Labradorians love their smoked fish, and a book dedicated to Canadian kindness during the pandemic
July 31, 2020: An award for a brave rescue in Lark Harbour, Minister Gerry Byrne answers hunters' questions about why they can't hunt for food banks, nurse reunites with twins she cared for 60 years ago, and going the distance to raise money for a cuddle bed
July 30, 2020: A tragedy in Sally's Cove, an NL woman works with a Hollywood star to help Indigenous women's leadership, and the beach life is getting easier for people with mobility issues. ,
July 29, 2020: Privacy breach at Central Health, NL hunters want to help the hungry, and emergency water conservation in Botwood.
July 28, 2020: Memorial University's new Indigenous research policy, a daughter says COVID-19 made her mother die of a broken heart, a giant year for whale watching, and protecting yourself from another virus - Hepatitis C.