On The Go
Janet Merlo PODCAST10/24/13
Here's Ted's interview with Janet Merlo, live on stage at the Masonic Temple, about her new book "No One To Tell"
Max House/Ken Bleakley PODCAST
Ted speaks with Ken Bleakley, the CEO of FONEMED, a health care information technology firm in the United States.
Ladies Hockey League Podcast
Ted speaks with Bonnie Evans, Chair of Female Hockey with Hockey NL, about the low registration numbers for the metro female hockey league.
Fred Winsor Sharks
Ted speaks with Fred Winsor, who is giving a talk at The Rooms, about the sharks in the waters off Newfoundland and Labrador.
Death on two Fronts Podcast
Ted invites historian Sean Cadigan into the studio, who has just written a provocative new book with a most interesting title, Death on Two Fronts.
Moose versus Songbirds PODCAST
Ted speaks with Ian G. Warkentin, Professor of Environmental Science at Memorial University's Grenfell Campus, about the moose that are messing with the forest and the birds.
Fort Mac Podcast
Ted speaks with Sara Beth Keough, an associate professor who wrote a paper "Examining the Cultural Imprint of Newfoundlanders in Fort McMurray, Alberta" which was published in the spring edition of the journal Focus on Geography.
Wayne Johnston/The Son of A Certain Woman
Ted invites Wayne Johnston into the studio to talk about his new book "The Son of a Certain Woman"
New Prison/HMP PODCAST
Ted speaks with sales consultant John Riche at Lakeside, to get an expert's take on what might happen at 89 Forest Road.
On The Go's Todd O'Brien speaks with Sid Hynes, the Executive Chairman of Oceanex about the brand new, shiny container ship in its fleet.
Champion Bagger PODCAST
Ted challenges Canada's Best Grocery Bagger, Kayla Ball, to a race at the check-out smack-down. Guess who wins? Find out here:
Day of Hope and Healing
Ted talks with two of the organizers, Kim Kelly, spokesperson for Day of Hope and Healing and MUN social work student, Meaghan Norris, Student Services Coordinator.
Captain(N) Angus Topshee
Ted talks with Captain(N) Angus Topshee, Base Commander at CFB Halifax, about the lay off of six kitchen workers at CFS Pleasantville.
Jack Ford dies
Ted speaks with Reg Sherren about his 2002 documentary on Jack Ford, a prisoner of war who witnessed the atomoc bomb in Nagasaki on August of 1945.
5 kilometer Mud Immortal race in Butterpot Park
Ted speaks with the CBC"s Todd O'Brien, and with the Alzheimer Society's Shirley Lucas about the fallout from Mud Immortal.
St. John's Legends Swim Club is calling for more Olympic-sized pools
Ted speaks with swimming coach Aaron Dahl about the need for another Olympic-sized swimming pool on the Northeast Avalon
Bernard Lord Podcast
Here's Bernard Lord, president and CEO of The Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association, on the recent cell phone tower controversy in St. John's.
Ted talks with Calvin and Phillip Evans about their new book, Master Shipbuilders on Newfoundland and Labrador.
How climate change affects insurance rates
Ted speaks with Amanda Dean, vice-president, Atlantic, for the Insurance Bureau of Canada, about the effect climate change, hurricanes and flooding has on insurance rates and coverage
How insurance views distracted driving
Ted talks with Amanda Dean, from the Insurance Bureau of Canada, about how the industry views speeding, and distracted driving, such as texting behind the wheel.
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