Stories and interviews from the Irish Diaspora
The ocean is a part of daily life in Newfoundland and Labrador. Whether it’s fishing, tourism, shipping, research or culture, there are thousands of people whose lives have some connection to the sea. The Broadcast casts a wide net to explore the stories of people in coastal communities in Newfoundland and Labrador and around the world.
A New York Minute In History is a podcast about the history of New York and the unique tales of New Yorkers. It is hosted by State Historian Devin Lander, Saratoga County Historian Lauren Roberts and Don Wildman. Jesse King and Jim Levulis of WAMC produce the podcast. A New York Minute In History is a production of the New York State Museum, WAMC Northeast Public Radio and Archivist Media. Support for the project comes from The William G. Pomeroy Foundation, the National Endowment for the Hu ...
Lydia Rogers Country Manager & SVP, Canada at Enterprise IrelandBy Irish Radio Canada
Former FFAW-Unifor president Earle McCurdy with his book on the history of the union, A Match to a Blasty Bough; Charlottetown resident Roxanne Weinheber on a fundraising campaign to restore Clayton's wharf, a wharf in the song Saltwater Joys.
An update with the Marine Institute's Marsha Clarke on a project to restore the ecosystem of Placentia Bay; DFO scientist Laurie Wheeland on the lives of American plaice and witch flounder.
Laurie Hawkins with DFO on rules surrounding the herring fishery; DFO scientist Laurie Wheeland on the life and habits of Greenland halibut.
Deirdre Moran SVP Technology & Country Manager - Canada at IDA Ireland Mark Shorten VP Financial Services & Life Sciences | International Expansion | Investing in IrelandBy Irish Radio Canada
OutSpoken: 15 MasterClass Business Essays For Our Time Paperback by Jim F. Keating Jim Keating President and CEO, Speakers Forum. Desmond Devoy is a reporter for the Perth Courier.By Irish Radio Canada
Processor Dan Meade has a new, rare snow crab licence and plans to build a plant in Argentia; White Glacier says their new survival suit will keep you alive for five days in the harshest of environments; Jonathan Fisher is the new chair of the Marine Institute's chair in Marine Fisheries Ecosystems Dynamics.…
Harvester Sam Anderson on how to sample herring catches; Deva Murphy on monitoring seabirds and clearing salmon rivers; Sandy Morris with a Deep Read on jellyfish; Jessica Schaub, a Jellyfish ecologist at UBC.
A new study on the practice of hook and release with Atlantic salmon says there's a 96% survival rate; a look at research in the shift from salt cod to fresh frozen and the role American Clarence Birdseye played while in Labrador.
FFAW president, Keith Sullivan & Premier Andrew Furey on fishery issues; fish harvesters and producers agree, it was a good year in the fishery.
Sea-NL's Ryan Cleary on the dumping of herring at sea; Julie Huntington on the death of a beloved beluga whale; Irish artist Cliodhna is researching myths and tales related to the sea and land.
Maria Robertson - Originally from County Limerick in Ireland, Maria is proud to now call Canada home living in Oakville outside of Toronto with her family.By Irish Radio Canada
Still in the 'critical zone,' 3Ps cod stocks show slight improvement; the return of the North Atlantic Fish and Workboat Show to St. John's.
Reaction to a visit to Newfoundland and Labrador by fisheries minister, Joyce Murray; the FFAW says a new 'weak rope' gear policy to protect right whales won't work here.
Federal fisheries minister, Joyce Murray answers questions about illegal foreign fishing, green crab, aquaculture, seals and capelin; a public meeting about a proposed seal oil plant in Tors Cove is taking place online versus in person.
Coast Guard supervisor Mark Gould on ending the search and rescue effort for two missing turr hunters; Oceana Canada's science director, Robert Rangely on the 2021 Fishery Audit.
Neil Peet, Canadian Coast Guard on the search for two seabird hunters; DFO scientist Jack Lawson on critically endangered right whales spotted in our waters; scientist Philip Hamilton of the New England Aquarium on trying to identify a right whale.
Anne Emery won the 2019 Arthur Ellis Award for Best Crime Novel, for Though the Heavens Fall, and the 2007 Arthur Ellis for Best First Crime Novel, for Sign of the Cross.By Irish Radio Canada
John Barry - PresidentBy Irish Radio Canada
Sheila Flanagan Vice President for Academic Affairs & Registrar DkITBy Irish Radio Canada
An archival episode with Miller Ayre, founder of Cod Peace, a group hitting back with satirical attacks on the anti-sealing group Greenpeace.
Research fellow Danita Burke is still waiting for an apology from Greenpeace over the harm the group caused to the people of Newfoundland and Labrador during the campaign against the seal hunt.
We will hear from fish farming company MOWI on how they deal with sea lice at their sites.Julie Reimer of Memorial University is one of Canada's Top 30 under 30 sustainability leaders.
Blue fin tuna facts with researcher Alex Hanke; Gus Petten of Joe Batt's Arm on a sperm whale that washed ashore.
DFO's Lloyd Slaney outlines measures to prevent illegal fishing outside the 200-mile limit; fish harvester, scientist, poet...Lil Saul on her relationship with the ocean.
On September 30, Canada’s National Day of Truth and Reconciliation, we began a public reading of the Executive Summary of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s report.By Irish Radio Canada
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A fireside view of the life’s journey of Oliver O’Connell, poet, music maker and story teller from Co ClareBy Irish Radio Canada
The Laurentic Forum, a look at crab pot innovations; architect Robert Mellin on his love and painting of Little Fogo Island; Danny Swearinger from LU Designs on his sealskin products.
Subsea forager Tim Ball on an award and collecting seafood; the sinking of the Henry W. Stone in Lake Melville; accordion player and fisherman's friend Davey Jones is feeling better.
From the plant in Ramea to a seacan on Logy Bay Road, Labrador Gem Seafood's retail move on the Avalon; Nancy Pearson's "A Bag a Walk" beach cleaning passion project.
Faroese fishing captain Christian Mathisen says foreign trawlers are breaking the rules outside the 200-mile limit; Sarah Osbourne is a marine biologist who's been singing up a storm in Newfoundland.
Newly elected Conservative MP Clifford Small on his ocean-related priorities; Matthew O'Leary of Rough Water Traps on building a better lobster trap.
Aine Tyrrell, Enda MurrayBy Irish Radio Canada
Emer Reynolds Director: Emer Reynolds, Grierson-nominated feature documentary director and multi-award winning film editor, is based in Dublin.By Irish Radio Canada
Teresa Lavina Director; Untold Secrets voices the experiences of Irish Mother and Baby Home survivors and focuses on the life and upbringing of one survivor, Anne Silke.By Irish Radio Canada
Pat Scott talks about the history of #Halloween. This podcast was originally broadcast on 31 Oct 2010 on The Gaelic Hour (precursor to Irish Radio Canada) on CHIN 97.9FM in Ottawa.By Irish Radio Canada
He was a seafood industry pioneer. We'll hear about the life of Bruce Wareham. And, sustaining coastal communities around the North Atlantic.We hear about a forum that will explore ideas from here, Ireland, Iceland and Norway.
The battle over redfish quotas is on. We focus in on the biology of this coveted fish. And, the impact of climate change on aquaculture.
On this episode, Devin and Lauren tackle all of New York’s historical markers at once — sort of. Devin and Lauren discuss how the state’s historical marker program got started, what happened to it, and how communities can apply for a marker today. As an added bonus, Devin and Lauren speak with Susan Hughes of the William G. Pomeroy Foundation about…
How is our ocean changing? We hear from an oceanographer on the impact of climate change.And, books for ocean lovers. Musician Sandy Morris starts us off on a new series: Deep Reads.
Small Craft Harbours says repairs to the wharf in Torbay will have to wait; a look at the future of fisheries and oceans in the face of climate change.
The harbour authority in Torbay wants the wharf fixed, an engineering report suggests wave action and rising sea levels are a threat to the wharf's viability; researchers ask for traditional knowledge in mapping sea ice off Labrador
Hearing about the Celtic origins of Halloween with Tiber FalzettBy Irish Radio Canada
Na Piarsaigh CLG Brian Curran is Captain of the victorious Na PiarsaighBy Irish Radio Canada
Julie Houle is the Captain of the victorious Montreal Shamrocks at the Heritage Cup in Ottawa. Julie talks about the club and the victory.By Irish Radio Canada
Rob Sheehan shares some of the club's history and also his Canadian experiences.By Irish Radio Canada
Mickey Delaney talks about Na Fianna Katarokwi, based in Kingston Ontario and how Gaelic Football and Hurling is thriving in their community.By Irish Radio Canada
Got eels? They're slithery and slimy and the department of fisheries needs them for research.Plus, a fisheries science student shares her experience on her first lenghty expedition at sea.
Swimming into the twilight zone. We take you deep into the ocean to learn about the most abundant fish in the world's oceans, the lantern fish. And, a major contract with the Canadian Coast Guard for a local company, Rutter.