Lindsay Bird

CBC News

Lindsay Bird is the producer and host of Atlantic Voice, a CBC Radio 1 show showcasing documentaries and storytelling from the east coast. She is based out of CBC Corner Brook.

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Atlantic Voice

Meet the scientists and their underwater drones tackling the 'weirdly complicated' world of ocean carbon

In the face of climate change, there's a lot scientists don't know about carbon emissions after they enter the ocean. But one team based in Newfoundland is trying to change that.
Atlantic Voice

Lobster fishing lit: A Q&A with award-winning author Nicholas Herring

The P.E.I. novelist chats to Atlantic Voice about why he wanted to write about lobster fishing, and how surreal it is to win a Writers' Trust prize with his very first book.
Atlantic Voice

Trash talk: These 2 East Coasters are putting waste top of mind

A new Atlantic Voice episode dives deep into what we discard, on an individual level and as a society.
Atlantic Voice

How a symposium grew to shine a powerful light on East Coast Indigenous art

As the Petapan arts symposium marked a milestone in 2022, its founders reflect on how far the east coast scene has come since the event's beginnings.

Christopher Pratt, legendary Canadian painter, dead at 86

The art world is mourning the loss of one of Canada's greatest painters, who dedicated his career to redefining Newfoundland and Labrador landscapes and experiences, and also created the province's flag.
Atlantic Voice

Failure is everywhere. We should embrace it, say these UNB scholars

Explore the mess and murk failing on a new episode of Atlantic Voice, as two thinkers in Fredericton share ideas and personal experiences about everything that can go wrong in life.
Atlantic Voice

This movie-loving minister brought Hollywood to Fortune Bay in the '50s — and his projector still works

In a faded coat of red velveteen, an unassuming bit of Newfoundland history sits at The Rooms in St. John's, holding the story of how two men spread cinematic magic in the pre-electricity era.
Atlantic Voice

The fight for equality: A conversation with Don Oliver, the 1st Black man appointed to Senate

Retired Nova Scotia senator Don Oliver reflects upon his childhood, career and his trailblazing work to create a more tolerant Canada.
Atlantic Voice

On telling diverse teen stories, with young adult fiction writer Tom Ryan

The award-winning author talks to Atlantic Voice about writing for and about queer teens, and how identities and storylines have changed over the years.
From The Ground Up

Meet the podcaster filling the airwaves with N.L. farming and food wisdom

Despite having more than 70 podcasts about the N.L. farming and food scene to his name, it turns out Ivan Emke is actually something of a reluctant radio host.