CBC Newfoundland Morning with Bernice Hillier, Martin Jones
May 5, 2021: Winter storm disaster in Texas affects Gander's street line painting, Fisher's Loft back in business after Covid precautions made them close in 2020, a mom praises the work of midwives, and an Indigenous musician hones her skills
May 4, 2021: Man starts a Facebook group to expose littering in NL, MUN folklore archives help reunite a man with his late mom's poems, and carbon reduction supporters say NL's oil and gas task force is short-sighted and self-interested
May 3, 2021: NL environmental industry reacts to oil and gas report, academic says NL's Terms of Union with Canada practically "erased" Indigenous peoples, student depicts visual artists as superheroes, and "Home Hacks" expert salvages past-prime produce
April 30, 2021: Provincial Indigenous tourism group faces financial setbacks, survivors of sexual violence get help navigating the legal system, founder of sci-fi convention moves on, and Musgrave Harbour student is going to Harvard
April 29, 2021: Author says Ottawa's promise of 18 billion dollars for Indigenous communities won't go as far as you may think, a new disaster response team for NL calls on neighbours to help neighbours, and Trails Tales Tunes Festival is coming back to Norris Point
April 28, 2021: Lengthening wait times for surgery take a toll on patients, expert on the Beothuk people says proposed name for Red Indian Lake not the right way to honour them, father-and-son's farm helps food security, and baby goat raises spirits at a seniors' home
April 27, 2021: Qalipu First Nation applicant opposes change to Red Indian Lake's name, MUN immunologist studies COVID immunity, Grand Falls-Windsor plans to expand the Gorge Park, and an educator explains "companion gardening"
April 26, 2021: Renaming Red Indian Lake causes a lot of waves in nearby communities; how liability insurance could stop police brutality; sisters share breastfeeding duties with their babies, and a dream comes true for an 11-year-old hockey player with cerebral palsy
April 23, 2021: A new name for Red Indian Lake; a dialysis patient who's had lung transplants questions why he's not a priority for the Covid-19 vaccine; a member of BLM NL says we all have things to learn from the Chauvin trial; and some wild stories about wildlife.