What's coming up on Maritime Noon and how to get in touch

Maritime Noon is devoted to delivering informative reports and interviews that explore issues of interest to Maritimers. Join host Bob Murphy weekdays from noon to 1 p.m. AT.

Join host Bob Murphy weekdays on CBC Radio One for an hour-long show at 12 p.m.

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Bob Murphy is the host of Maritime Noon airing weekdays at 12 p.m. AT on CBC Radio One throughout the Maritimes. (Robert Short/CBC)

Maritime Noon delivers developing stories in the region, keeps you up to date on breaking news and tracks down experts to help you make smart choices. 

When we're live you can participate in our show by calling 1-800-565-1940.

You can also leave a message at 1-800-565-5463, send us an email or get in touch through our feedback boxes below. 

Here's what's on the show this week:

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Meet your host

Bob Murphy pairs his passion for truth and democracy with a love for the story-telling that makes this part of Canada unique. His experience and his deep connection to all three Maritime provinces ensures Maritime Noon continues to spark conversations that are relevant and important to Maritimers. 

Bob began his CBC career in Charlottetown as a reporter in 1989. After working for CBC in Toronto, he moved to Moncton, N.B., where he was a reporter and then a correspondent for Maritime Noon.

In 2001, he completed the Maritimes trifecta with a move to Halifax. Over the years, his work in CBC's investigative unit and as host of CBC Mainstreet has earned him the respect of the audience and his many colleagues.

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Bob Murphy has been a journalist for more than 30 years. (Robert Short/CBC)