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The Kitchen Sisters Present… Stories from the b-side of history. Lost recordings, hidden worlds, people possessed by a sound, a vision, a mission. The episodes tell deeply layered stories, lush with interviews, field recordings and music. From powerhouse producers The Kitchen Sisters (Hidden Kitchens, The Hidden World of Girls, The Sonic Memorial Project, Lost & Found Sound, Fugitive Waves and coming soon… The Keepers). "The Kitchen Sisters have done some of best radio stories ever broadcast ...
 
AnthroDish is a weekly show about the intersections between our foods, cultures, and identities. Host Sarah Duignan sits down one-on-one with folks in academia, hospitality, farming and agriculture, and more to learn about their food knowledge and experiences. If you're interested in the unique and fascinating lives of everyday people who have been shaped by their relationship with food, this show is for you!
 
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Grenfell Campus is hosting a special talk to highlight Indigenous women who are working in the field of physics. In 2017 the federal government launched the Atlantic Immigration Pilot...a project it hopes to make permanent this year. The Blue Whale Diner in Trout River is doing contactless deliveries to keep business up. Alexander Pearce with Meals…
 
Every meal counts - owners of struggling NL restaurants say they need their dining rooms to re-open. Young people off the Avalon Peninsula returned to in-person classes this week - we hear from a student and teacher in Corner Brook. And the mayor of Grand Falls-Windsor says a disrupted NL election process could mean construction project delays for …
 
Winter citrus In food news this week: Baffled Canadians Spread Reports Of ‘Hard’ Butter via NPR. In What’s for Dinner this week, Joy’s having faux fish tacos made with tofu. In our How’d You Make that segment, Marisa is cooking up potato hash. We also get into the important topic of knife sharpening. And in what we’re loving, it’s winter citrus. If…
 
Winter citrus In food news this week: Baffled Canadians Spread Reports Of ‘Hard’ Butter via NPR. In What’s for Dinner this week, Joy’s having faux fish tacos made with tofu. In our How’d You Make that segment, Marisa is cooking up potato hash. We also get into the important topic of knife sharpening. And in what we’re loving, it’s winter citrus. If…
 
Northern Peninsula family wants Corner Brook hospital to let all of its members visit their cancer patient dad together, St. Anthony deputy mayor reacts to news of a positive case of COVID-19 affecting a healthcare worker at their hospital, helping hands and fortunate circumstances save a Deer Lake teenager after his snowmobile crashes over a 15-me…
 
If there’s one thing a lot of us have been doing since the start of COVID last spring, it’s returning to our kitchens – sometimes to help us grieve, sometimes to find joy, and sometimes just for needed sustenance. But there’s something about baking in particular that has re-emerged as an incredible source of joy and heart. My guest this week is Jer…
 
Woman says four-hour drive, round-trip, may deter people from getting a Covid-19 test, truckers will be given Phase Two priority for vaccinations because they're essential workers, "caretaker" status of NL government during the provincial election campaign and voting process is hobbling decision-making, and skiers and snowboarders rejoice in Thursd…
 
President of NL teachers' union says members have many concerns about how students' return to school can be done safely, Newfoundland woman misses not being able to travel and care for young people at a children's home and school in Haiti, a new documentary discusses the challenges of doctors who deliver health care in rural Newfoundland and Labrad…
 
Dr. Jennifer Turpin owns and practices out of Gander Chiropractic Clinic and says clients are having to go without treatment during Alert Level 5. To finish off our coverage of Black History Month, we tell the story of a Black man who was buried in L'Anse au Loup, Labrador nearly two-hundred years ago. The Rhonda Payne Theatre Awards is an annual d…
 
While many sectors of the economy are struggling during the pandemic, the province's mining industry continues to thrive. We are joined by Norm Mercer, who is President of the province's Prospector's Association. Obesity Action is a not-for-profit organization that hopes to help people who live with being overweight or obese by working to eliminate…
 
Our hearts go out to listeners in Texas who have been affected by the events in in Texas. In food news, Texas power outage: After storm, a dire lack of food, fresh water In our What’s for Dinner segment, Marisa’s got lentil soupl In How’d You Make That? Joy has double celery soup. In our wild card segment, we talk “magic” ingredients, the stuff tha…
 
Our hearts go out to listeners in Texas who have been affected by the events in in Texas. In food news, Texas power outage: After storm, a dire lack of food, fresh water In our What’s for Dinner segment, Marisa’s got lentil soupl In How’d You Make That? Joy has double celery soup. In our wild card segment, we talk “magic” ingredients, the stuff tha…
 
Did you know that the Shamrock Shake gives back to the community through the Ronald McDonald House®? We welcome Lou Ann DeVoogd, President/CEO and Jarrod Daab, Chief Development Officer of Ronald McDonald House® Charities of Central Florida. Learn more about RMHCC by visiting their website at rmhccf.org. Don't forget to grab your Shamrock Shake thi…
 
The last time we got our political panel together we were wondering when the election would be called. Now, we're all wondering, when will the election be over. This year, tax deductions might be a little different than usual, if you've been working from home during the pandemic. Dawn Kennedy explains what you can and can't claim as a home office. …
 
It’s February 23, 2021— and we’ve just received word that our dear friend and North Beach neighbor, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, has passed on at age 101. In honor of Lawrence we’re sharing a story we produced for his 99th birthday, featuring the work of sound designer Jim McKee who, for more than 20 years, recorded and chronicled Lawrence’s life, poetry…
 
Stories of Black pioneers, seekers and entrepreneurs — self-made men and self-taught women, neighborhood heroes and visionaries. People who said "yes we can" and then did, hosted by Alfre Woodard. A man tapes the history of his town with a scavenged cassette recorder, a woman fights for social justice with a pie, a DJ ignites his community with a s…
 
What role does religion play in cultural attitudes and practices towards drinking alcohol? Is it possible to look at one element without accounting for the other? And how does gender inform how religious and cultural identities are understood or enforced? My guest this week is Manvinder Gill, a researcher interested in the intersections of alcohol …
 
Kirk Moore of Pasadena has worked as a pipefitter for over 25 years, and he's hoping to work on the new Corner Brook Hospital. Before he can do that, he must be a member of the local U-A 740, but despite many attempts, he says he's been refused a membership. Hotel Corner Brook is offering is a service for rotational workers or anyone else who has t…
 
Rotational worker from NL says isolation rules for his at-home time are strict and demoralizing, woman with brain tumour whose symptoms seem to be back says she's being denied an appointment with a neurologist, psychologist tells families how to set up the best online learning space they can, and Belgian man contacts NL town council to learn about …
 
Even though their work has been declared an essential service, truckers say it's harder to get what they need as they travel. But trucker Adam Leyte of the Facebook page "Newfoundland Trucker Group also says some of the hardest obstacles are accusations by some people that they are spreading the Coronavirus.…
 
Covid-19 variant and heightened alert level prompt Western Health to increase testing and adjust services, some NL truckers say they're the target of the "blame game" for spreading the Coronavirus, artists create tributes to CMOH Dr. Janice Fitzgerald, and Dancing Queens turn to Dancing Screens, as a local dance studio makes the leap to online clas…
 
Central Health explains how it will fight the battle against Covid-19, while still providing regular care to people who need it. Some Corner Brook parents who want their kids in Kindergarten French Immersion this fall are being told there might not be room enough for all, Corner Brook City Council considers using mail-in ballots for their municipal…
 
Stephanie's birthday was in January and we talk about what we did to celebrate, including breakfast at the Four Seasons and a spa day at Spa by JW. We recently were in Downtown Orlando and talk about our experience at Hanson's Shoe Repair and Mather's Social Gathering. PLUS, we have another giveaway... $100 to Island Grove Winery! Come hang with us…
 
Tangentially related to our segment on sunflower seeds. In food news this week, Bon Appetit’s Brad Leone posted a video, co-hosted with Charlotte Langley from Scout Canning, in which they canned a variety of seafood. Using a water bath canner. That’s very dangerous! In our What’s for Dinner segment, Joy’s making a chickpea flour based vegan frittat…
 
Tangentially related to our segment on sunflower seeds. In food news this week, Bon Appetit’s Brad Leone posted a video, co-hosted with Charlotte Langley from Scout Canning, in which they canned a variety of seafood. Using a water bath canner. That’s very dangerous! In our What’s for Dinner segment, Joy’s making a chickpea flour based vegan frittat…
 
Huge increases in testing for Covid-19 because of a recent outbreak in eastern Newfoundland will likely result in longer testing lines across the province. A family practitioner in Springdale is frustrated because he wants to use Spartan Rapid Covid testing devices at his clinics across Newfoundland, but they've been delayed in arriving, without an…
 
A physician with two small children is relieved to hear that daycare is set up for children of essential workers, and the chair of NL's Association of Early Childhood Educators explains the arrangements. The teachers' association in the province seeks higher priority for Covid vaccines for its members, and we lighten the mood a little with Pancake …
 
Psychologist gives us and our kids tips to cope with the new Covid lockdown, NL virus expert is more concerned about Covid this time than during our first lockdown, Stephenville campaign worker worries that the rules on voting procedures in the provincial election may prevent some people from casting a ballot, and Democracy Watch says any significa…
 
It was touch and go for while, but Newfoundland and Labrador will have an election tomorrow - at least districts outside the Avalon. To wrap up our candidates series, we look at the district of Lewisporte-Twillingate and how candidates there can work with municipalities. Liberal incumbent Derek Bennett joins us. Rhonda Simms is running for the PC p…
 
COVID-19 outbreak in St. John's Metro region affects schools in the province, hockey team from western Newfoundland may have been exposed to the virus, NL election plans affected, candidate in central Newfoundland stops her in-person campaign, and a voter worries that his mail-in ballot hasn't reached Elections NL yet. Also, university studying how…
 
President of NL teachers' union says COVID-19 outbreak at Mount Pearl school points out the need for improved health and safety in province's schools, more effective online learning system for all students. Also, a school bus driver in Bay St. George says coastal erosion along part of her bus route could cause a tragedy.…
 
People who depend on Newfoundland's intra-provincial ferries worry they could be facing cuts to the service. But a Vote Compass Survey showed that 69 per cent of respondents agree with service reductions. Three ferries serve the district of Burgeo-La Poile, where Ethan Wheeler-Park is running for the PCs in the provincial election, and Andrew Parso…
 
Joy’s bran and cranberry muffins This week, in viral food videos: Mashed potatoes made from potato chips. In our What’s for Dinner segment, it’s mix and match dinners versus one-pot meals. In How’d You Make That? there’s aggressively healthy bran muffins. And in our wildcard segment, we’re talking about our post pandemic food fantasies. Finally, in…
 
Joy’s bran and cranberry muffins This week, in viral food videos: Mashed potatoes made from potato chips. In our What’s for Dinner segment, it’s mix and match dinners versus one-pot meals. In How’d You Make That? there’s aggressively healthy bran muffins. And in our wildcard segment, we’re talking about our post pandemic food fantasies. Finally, in…
 
Two people from other countries talk about what needs to be done to encourage people to move to and stay in NL, and MusicNL honours the founders of Clode Sound in Stephenville, a little studio that recorded some great music in the 1970s.
 
The tech industry has been getting a lot of attention in NL, especially after tech giant NASDAQ bought St. John's-based online security and anti-fraud company Verafin for 3.6 billion dollars (Cdn.).Brendan Brothers of Verafin says there's a lot of room for the tech industry to grow in the province. We asked the two candidates in the district of Cor…
 
It’s been a while since I’ve put out an episode, so I am extra excited to get these episodes rolling out again. These are a continuation of season 6 that got a bit de-railed after a provincial lockdown up here in Ontario. Today, we’re back on our regular interviews, and this one is an episode I’ve been SO pumped to share since the moment we sat dow…
 
Sometimes you read a book and it alters the course of your life. That’s what happened to Frances McDormand. Twice. First it was Olive Kitteridge, the HBO series she produced and starred in based on the book by Elizabeth Stroud. This time it's Nomadland. Academy Award winning Frances McDormand talks about the making of Nomadland which is coming to H…
 
Access to health care affects all Newfoundlanders and Labradorians, but in rural parts of the province, there are extra challenges. We asked the candidates in Baie Verte-Green Bay - Brian Warr of the Liberal party and Lin Paddock with the Progressive Conservatives - to discuss health care issues. Meanwhile, the demand for mental health services in …
 
For the second election in a row, NL's political parties promise to expand services at the Botwood hospital, and a woman with lung problems hopes they'll keep their promises. Also, a golfer from Gander keeps practising - in Florida - for a shot at the PGA tour.
 
This province has always been known for its natural resources. It started with fish, and these days it's oil.But forestry and mining have also been a big part of our economy for generations, especially in the district of Grand Falls-Windsor- Buchans. Chris Tibbs is running for the PC party, Holly Pike is with the NDP, and Deborah Ball is the Libera…
 
Husband and wife who moved to Gander from South Africa to work as pilots find their careers caught in the downdraft of aviation industry layoffs, and commercial drivers who kept on truckin' to supply NL with essential items can't easily get vision care and other medical services. We hear from the Atlantic Provinces Trucking Association.…
 
You don't have to look very far this winter to see signs of climate change in the province. The weather has been unseasonably warm and there's hardly any snow to talk about. As we've been hearing from businesses in the region, our changing climate is impacting their bottom lines. Today on our candidates series we're focusing on the environment. Run…
 
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