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
This documentary takes a deep dive into the lives of N.L.'s mobile workers
A new Absolutely Canadian film offers an intimate look into the daily reality of mobile workers in Newfoundland and Labrador.
This new documentary explores N.L.'s booming tech startup scene
Despite the highest provincial debt per capita, outmigration of young people, an aging population and an oil industry that's winding down, Newfoundland and Labrador's startup scene is booming.
See a new documentary that explores the Arrow Air disaster, more than 35 years later
A new Absolutely Canadian documentary connects the first responders of Gander with the families of Fort Campbell in Kentucky, 35 years after the Arrow Air Crash.
'Deadweight at best': Discover the inspiring voices of women explorers
Latonia Hartery was inspired by a 1937 newspaper headline that described how 1,300 women applied for a single spot on a British Antarctic Survey expedition. All were turned down. Why? Women were deemed to be “deadweight at best, and disarray at worst.” The incident inspired the title of Hartery's new CBC documentary.
The Mystery of the Portuguese Waltzes: Where did those enigmatic tunes originate?
The story follows writer and musician Richard Simas on his quest to find the source of the enigmatic and beloved tunes. The documentary is a meditation on memory and truth.
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.