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Central NL Morning Show

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The Central Newfoundland Morning Show provides national, regional and local news, weather and sports, along with current affairs items and stories of local interest from urban areas and the diverse rural communities surrounding the two towns.

The Central Newfoundland Morning Show provides national, regional and local news, weather and sports, along with current affairs items and stories of local interest from urban areas and the diverse rural communities surrounding the two towns.
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Location:

Grand Falls-Windsor, NL

Networks:

CBC

Description:

The Central Newfoundland Morning Show provides national, regional and local news, weather and sports, along with current affairs items and stories of local interest from urban areas and the diverse rural communities surrounding the two towns.

Language:

English


Episodes

CBC Newfoundland Morning, Fri., Nov. 9

11/9/2018
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For over thirty years, Six Pack - the band - have crowded dance floors across central Newfoundland (0:31); When Reg Sherran was growing up, he didn't know he had a great uncle who fought with the Newfoundland Regiment in the First World War. He rediscovered his nearly-forgotten relative only in recent years (7:27)

Duration:00:15:04

CBC Newfoundland Morning, Thurs., Nov. 8

11/8/2018
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Fall is a busy time for those who like to get outdoors. Unfortunately, it's also a busy time of year for local Search and Rescue groups (0:31); If you have a kid in school, you've likely heard of the DARE program. We speak to the 14-year-old Mount Moriah girl selected to represent Canada on an international youth advocacy board (8:07); CBC's Martin Jones will take you tumbling and trampoline-ing with Gander's Broadening Horizons (13:36)

Duration:00:20:29

CBC Newfoundland Morning, Wed., Nov. 7

11/7/2018
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Student athletes in our area will have more mental health support soon. We talk to the CEO of the Canadian Mental Health Association for the province; Catching a wascally wabbit. We speak to the SPCA about the elusive bunny hopping around a historic site in Corner Brook; Your local newspaper is no Scrooge. But the job of printing your kids' Santa letters may be bigger than you think. We ask SaltWire why they're charging for Santa letters this year.

Duration:00:19:55

CBC Newfoundland Morning, Tues., Nov. 6

11/6/2018
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It's pretty rare to see one in the wild... but to see one swimming is almost unheard of. Find out what was spotted paddling across Gander Lake this weekend (0:31); Has the Grinch stolen Christmas after all? It won't be free to put letters to Santa in the newspaper this year. A Corner Brook entrepreneur is stepping up with a cost-free option (5:47)

Duration:00:11:18

CBC Newfoundland Morning, Mon., Nov. 5

11/5/2018
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The Bay St. George area got some good news on Friday, with an announcement that Ontario-based cannabis producer, Biome Grow, is building a plant in the region (0:32); Noah Squire of Eastport has only been baking for a short period of time, but the 8-year-old is already an award winning baker (6:32)

Duration:00:11:38

CBC Newfoundland Morning, Fri., Nov. 2

11/2/2018
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They better hope St. Peter doesn't know, or culprits in a church break-in will have a tougher time getting past the pearly gates (0:58); Some overdue hunters from Lark Harbour are happy to be safe at home after a quick trip in the woods turned into a nerve-wracking ordeal (7:25); He's got a hole in his bucket... but his talent holds water. We talk to country singer Ryan Cook (13:01)

Duration:00:19:43

CBC Newfoundland Morning, Thurs., Nov. 1

11/1/2018
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We stop by the one and only drive-thru in Notre Dame Bay that still has small town charm (0:58); a town council reverses a decision that could have meant the end of a 100-year-old family farm (5:36); and we meet a rapper with roots in western Newfoundland (who gives Bernice and Martin their rapper nicknames!) (13:48)

Duration:00:22:29

CBC Newfoundland Morning, Wed., Oct. 31

10/31/2018
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A mom pleads for housing for her son (0:40). Kids Help Phone is giving kids the option to send them text messages when they're in crisis (8:44); and remembering Joshua - the Loughlin family keep their son's memory alive through the spirit of Halloween (15:11).

Duration:00:19:36

CBC Newfoundland Morning, Tues., Oct. 30

10/30/2018
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NL's Autism Society gives its take on IRT resources; a child psychologist says just talking about mental health is leaving some kids with no coping skills; and how your plastic bottle caps can help build prosthetic limbs.

Duration:00:27:10

Nfld. Morning, Mon., Oct. 29

10/29/2018
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Highlights of Newfoundland Morning for Mon., Oct. 29, 2018

Duration:00:18:52

RCMP on the move

10/26/2018
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Some RCMP traffic cops are on the move to new detachments. We find out what's behind the changes from Superintendent Holly Turton.

Duration:00:08:03

Horror film challenge not that scary

10/26/2018
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Got a good idea for a horror movie? We'll the Nickel Film Festival wants to see it. We talk about their 48-hour horror movie challenge starting on Friday.

Duration:00:04:44

Sweet dreams for teens

10/25/2018
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Sleep therapist Hilary Cole says it's important for teens to get the right amount of sleep for their health and happiness.

Duration:00:06:57

Surveying sea urchin in Baie Verte

10/24/2018
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A team of researchers are in Baie Verte this week, looking at whether or not the area would be a good place for land-based sea urchin farms. We find out more from lead researcher, Patrick Gagnon.

Duration:00:06:29

Trailer

10/23/2018
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CBC Newfoundland Morning shares stories about people in your communities along with the latest in the news, weather and travel. Tune in to hear Bernice Hillier and Martin Jones each weekday morning or check out its daily podcast.

Duration:00:00:40

Higher than average self-harm rates in N.L: report

10/23/2018
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Memorial University's Harris Centre released it's deep look into the province, and their latest report shows that Newfoundland and Labrador has an higher than average rate of people being hospitalized for self-harming than the rest of the country.

Duration:00:07:26

Non-profits create profits in N.L. economy

10/22/2018
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Penny Rowe of the Community Sector Council explains how this province is better off because of the work of non-profit groups.

Duration:00:07:07

U of T architecture students take look at rural N.L.

10/22/2018
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Landscape and architecture student at the University of Toronto are looking to spiff up rural Newfoundland. We learn about a recent trip to help with their research.

Duration:00:08:06

Qalipu members head to the polls Oct. 23

10/19/2018
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Glenn Wheeler of the Mi'kmaq Matters podcast gives us a rundown of the candidates in the upcoming Qalipu Mi'kmaq First Nation election.

Duration:00:06:41

11-year-old kid in Gander concussed at recess attack

10/18/2018
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An upset mother says her 11-year-old son was attacked at school, resulting in a concussion and bruised ribs. She tells us why she's not happy with the response from authorities.

Duration:00:07:22