On The Go
PODCAST VERSION OF Sisters, United
Ted speaks with Rosemary Cram from Green's Harbour who recently learned she had an older sister, named Jean, living in Scotland.
On The Go's Todd O'Brien visits a haunted house in the east end of the city.
PODCAST David Haire/Ferry contracts
Ted speaks with David Haire with the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters Association, the people behind the Made Right Here campaign.
Hangovers and Driving
Hangovers can impair your driving too, new study shows. Ted learns more here, from Dr. Chris Alford, Associate Professor in Applied Psychology at the University of the West of England.
PODCAST Door to Door/Dennis O'Keefe
Canada Post comes under fire from St. John's mayor Dennis O'Keefe over the death of door to door delivery.
Joann Greeley Podcast
It used to be a man's world; Joann Greeley tells how she became an electrician
PODCAST Nelson Mandela at St. John's Airport
Ted looks back at Nelson Mandela's stopover in St. John's in 1990 with guests Jody Richardson, Anne Whelan, Patti Penny and Rick Page.
Rockwell Kent Podcast
Ted visited the Rooms to talk with their collections curator, Caroline Stone, to find out more about the American artist, Rockwell Kent, who's exhibit is due next spring.
Youth Advocate Podcast
Ted has reaction about the damning report released this morning, from Carol Chafe, the Newfoundland and Labrador child and youth advocate, as well as today's question period.
West Coast blackout
Thousands of people on the west coast of the island woke up in darkness on Thursday morning. Heavy rain and winds caused power outages, road washouts, and severe flooding. Joan Marie Hanlon is from Corner Brook and had one hell of a day. She speaks wit
Ted speaks with Paul Smith from Memorial's Folklore Department, about the talk he is giving called A Mesmerizing Miscellany of Marvelous and Majestic Mummers: The Marketing of a Newfoundland Christmas Tradition.
Rocks of Fogo Podcast
Ted speaks with Andy Kerr, a geologist with the Geological Survey of Newfoundland and Labrador about his lecture titled "Shorelines, Fire, and Ice: Geological Stories in the Rocks of Fogo and Change Islands"
Jeffery Gallant Podcast
Learn more about the Newfoundland's moose-eating shark as Ted speaks with shark expert Jeffrey Gallant
Leonard Pecore Podcast
Ted speaks with Leonard Pecore, President of Genoa Design International, about why the company was overlooked for the some of design work for a new ferry for Fogo and Change Islands.
Smoking at Long Pond
Ted speaks with Jonathan Galgay, Councillor for Ward 2, about the smell and the mess on the trail.
Sandy Brown Podcast
On The Go's Todd O'Brien speaks with Sandy Brown, Technical Director with the Ontario Hot Mix Producers Association, about the condition of the roads in this province.
East Coast Trail Clean up
3 CFAs clean up our garbage on the East Coast Trail. Ted speaks with Canada World Youth volunteers Charles-Eli Mercier, from Quebec City, Fawn Logan-Young, from Middle Musquodoboit, Nova Scotia and Ishmael Achare from Ghana.
Mike Wert PODCAST
The Battle of Beaumont Hamel killed hundreds Blue Puttees, but what happened to the survivors? Ted talks with Mike Wert about the film he's working on, When The Boys Came Home.
Rumble strips for PODCAST
Ted speaks with Philip Wood, the mayor of Bay Roberts, which has introduced rumble strips to curb speeders in the town.
Ted talks with Vicki Murphy about her new book, "Motherfumbler", which Breakwater Books is launching on November 6.
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