Host, Atlantic Voice
Angela is a producer who works from St. John's and is the host of Atlantic Voice, a Sunday morning documentary program on CBC Radio.
Latest from Angela Antle
How Mi'kmaq knowledge from Conne River is celebrated in a one-of-a-kind encyclopedia
Researchers worked with community collaborators to collect and honour the foodways, crafts, skills and traditions of the Miapukek of Conne River, in southern Newfoundland.
How Mary Pratt became an icon of the Canadian art world
Watch a new Absolutely Canadian documentary that explores the life and work of artist Mary Pratt.
How plant-based eating is taking hold on the Burin Peninsula
A new documentary features rural Newfoundlanders who've turned their health around by adopting a plant-based diet.
In Labrador, they don't run away to join the circus. It comes to them
A new documentary focuses on the circus artists of Nunatsiavut, and the performers who've worked with them for decades
From Carnegie Hall to Clarenville: Writing lullabies in a Newfoundland women's prison
At the Clarenville Correctional Centre, a recent project to write and perform lullabies had a powerful impact on inmates — and the people guarding them.
Point of View
After my journey to an Italian war cemetery, Remembrance Day will never feel the same
Bill came home; Arch did not. My visit to my great-uncle's grave has transformed me.
Documentary follows Saint John man's epic dogsled journey across Canada
To demonstrate how special the ancient art of running dogs is, New Brunswick's Justin Allen did a 3,500-kilometre run that no one else has ever attempted.
Gander's Ripple Effect: How a Newfoundland town's kindness made it to Broadway
The CBC documentary Gander's Ripple Effect: How a Small Town's Kindness opened on Broadway tells the backstory of the global hit Come From Away.
Halifax filmmaker turns camera on his own family's language struggle
Fabien Melanson's documentary follows his family as they face up to the reality they must make more of an effort to speak French if they want to preserve their Acadian heritage.
Take a musical tour of N.L. worksites, as new show debuts on CBC-TV
From Inside the Circle features live music and chefs in an industrial space,and raises funds for local charities.
Land & Sea 1981: Swept up in the rescue of a sinking longliner
What a coincidence! One camera onboard a sinking longliner, another on the icebreaker searching for her in Arctic pack ice.
Land & Sea
Stunning footage of the Portuguese White Fleet in 1967
See a remarkable Land & Sea episode that starts on the dock in Lisbon, goes to the Virgin Rocks and lands in St. John's.
300,000 applications as Cape Breton market offers 'land for jobs'
Three levels of government are keenly interested in this creative solution to attracting and retaining workers in rural Cape Breton.
On the road with Buddy Wasisname and the Other Fellers
After 35 years of non-stop touring and performing, the band announced this year would be their last big tour. Zach Goudie meets some of the super fans and taps into what made the band so successful.
Land & Sea: Them Days — Part 2
In this 1981 episode of Land & Sea, Dave Quinton brings us a taste of some of the legends and memoirs that the magazine is preserving.