Christine Davies has worked with CBCNL for more than 30 years and is currently an Associate Producer in the St. John's bureau.
Latest from Christine Davies
'A golden memory unique in history': Unpublished manuscript on N.L. aviation history preserved at MUN
A book covering Newfoundland's place in aviation history couldn't find a publisher 75 years ago, but it's found a home in Memorial University's archives.
German couple donates socks to WW I commemorative project
Last week, a small package arrived in the mail at The Rooms in St. John's from Friedrichshafen, Germany. When staff opened the package, out fell two pairs of hand-knitted socks.
One last action: The 1918 U-boat sinking of the S.S. Erik
John Joseph Ryan of St. John's was a telegrapher in 1914 when he enlisted in the First Newfoundland Regiment for the duration of the war. Little did he know that he'd return to that profession before war's end for one last encounter with the enemy.
Sounds of victory: St. John's celebrated VE-Day 70 years ago
Relive the excitement as Broadcasting Corporation of Newfoundland broadcast VE-Day celebrations in St. John's.
Around town and on the road with Flat Stanley
A four-inch paper cutout became a travelling companion for CBC associate producer Christine Davies, who chronicled their adventures for an eight-year-old boy.
A belated Christmas gift in Pouch Cove
CBC archivist Christine Davies tells the story about a little girl, a radio program, and a Christmas gift that took a long time to find its way home.
The fearless, near-forgotten story of HMS Jervis Bay
The 1940 shelling of a Royal Navy ship escorting an Atlantic convoy brought the war home to Newfoundland, writes Christine Davies.