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CBC Radio's "The Broadcast," as it is affectionately known, since going on the air in 1951, has been dedicated to covering stories about the fishing industry, reflecting the people and the communities that depend on the sea for their livelihood.

CBC Radio's "The Broadcast," as it is affectionately known, since going on the air in 1951, has been dedicated to covering stories about the fishing industry, reflecting the people and the communities that depend on the sea for their livelihood.
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Location:

St. John's, NL

Networks:

CBC

Description:

CBC Radio's "The Broadcast," as it is affectionately known, since going on the air in 1951, has been dedicated to covering stories about the fishing industry, reflecting the people and the communities that depend on the sea for their livelihood.

Twitter:

@cbcnl

Language:

English

Contact:

1-800-561-3474


Episodes

Whales and dolphins are a lot like humans.

11/8/2017
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Fascinating research from beneath the ocean. How to get women in higher levels of the seafood industry.

Duration: 00:20:34


Marine Protected Area off limits to fishers, but not to oil and gas?

6/28/2017
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You can imagine people are upset, we'll tell you more

Duration: 00:22:10


Slow and steady wins the cod stock recovery.

3/28/2017
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But the wait is an agonizing one, especially with shellfish disappearing from our waters, taking their big shellfish dollars with them.

Duration: 00:21:02


An American guide to sustainable seafood says consumers should take a pass on farmed salmon from Atlantic Canada.

2/4/2016
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Seafood Watch is a program based in Monterey, California. It issues reports grading seafood producers on environmental impact and sustainability. The latest report gives Atlantic Canadian farmed salmon a red ranking, which means avoid it.

Fishing for tourists

2/2/2016
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Will a future cod fishery feature big nets hauling big catches to big fish plants? Or do we need to make room for more modest ideas, like sport fishing for tourists. Plus, a St. John's woman talks about her deep-sea diving adventures, and her quest f

Everything from a needle to an anchor.

2/1/2016
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We're taking you shopping today, in the oldest store in Clarenville. Mercer's Marine has a colourful history and a strong connection to the water. And owner, Phillip Mercer, has a lot of respect for those who make Their living on the ocean.

What do you know about black dog fish?

12/16/2015
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He offered his son his fishing license, instead he went out west. Some reaction to our interview with Labrador fisher Kelvin Letto.

We'll listen in on a panel discussion from rural businesses, municipalities and fishers

12/15/2015
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We'll speak to one of only four harvesters left fishing in L'Anse au Claire, Labrador.

Lost sounds from the Molloy family of Torbay

12/14/2015
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Amy Joy spoke with Randell Pope of Grand Bank, who recently published his second book, called Planters & Merchants A History Of Fortune Bay.

Is sea farming getting a bad rap from hypocritical critics?

12/11/2015
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We'll talk to Coleman's grocery about the buzz over their latest flyer.

The marine institute drops its price on a refresher course

12/10/2015
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We'll have more on MUN Engineers and their cutting edge technology to monitor icebergs.

Sea Dragon, a new system being developed to monitor icebergs

12/9/2015
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We'll hear all about Royal Greenland, what they sell and why they want in to this province's fishing industry.