Best bangor daily news podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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Broadcasting from the FillTheSteins.com Studios and celebrating the college of our hearts always, this is "Fill The Steins" with your hosts Brian MacLeod and Adam Henckler.
 
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Are you rage-screaming into a pillow every day, or happily moving through each day (mostly) blissfully unaware of the newest presidential gaffe? Gretchen and Kelley talk about how they manage the influx of insane news. Like us on Facebook, email us at balancingchaospodcast@gmail.com, and don't forget to leave us a review on iTunes or Stitcher! ...…
 
Producer/Host: R.W. Estela Note: Today’s episode of “A Word in Edgewise” was not recorded, so the producer has provided the following transcript. 10/23/2017 — R.W. Estela, A Word in Edgewise [aired live ~730 EDT on WERU-FM 89.9 & 99.9 & streaming at weru.org] Today is the 23rd of October, the 286th day of 2017, with 69 left in this year. For th ...…
 
Trump gives an unhinged speech in Arizona; llama jumps fence to chase bear away from farm ducks, then goes to golf course; flat Earthers resolutely stare directly into the sun; New York cops keep corpses in MTA break rooms; and Fernando Abellanas builds a secret work studio. Special Guest: Mark. Links: Who Built the Pyramids? | Harvard Magazine ...…
 
It’s Friday night in ScrishBar! Kitty drops a few jokes as everyone gets strapped in. Leo start the show… kinda … but first we check in with Kitty the Alleged Racist, and we defend ScrishBar from a racoon. Roy L is in the house and we find that Peanut may be camping at ScrishBar this summer. Kitty shares a story about a raybid racoon. LOM BigDa ...…
 
Host: Ann Luther, League of Women Voters of Maine Engineer: Amy Browne Jobs in Maine: What’s the Future? Key Discussion Points: a) global changes in employment and the nature of work b) the shifting demographics of jobs c) barriers to work d) what it means for Maine Guests: James Breece, Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Mai ...…
 
Producer/Host: Amy Browne Will Maine’s New Ranked Choice Voting Law Survive the State Legislature? The Ranked Choice Voting law passed by Maine voters in November may soon be repealed by the legislature, based on a word that was changed in the state constitution back in the 1800s. The word “plurality” was substituted for “majority” after a cont ...…
 
House Rabbit: Today we are going to discuss the house bunny. The idea of covering an episode about the house bunny was suggested by Tom Woods from the Tom Woods Podcast which can be found at http://tomwoods.com/. The Feature product is Yesterday's News - which we cover later in the episode. You can support the podcast, and help keep the lights ...…
 
This week, we tackle the confusing and contradictory world of health care, from politics that are personal, to overcoming the trauma of being a refugee, to the shifting language of addiction. We also explore the work of Marsden Hartley, whose art defined the rocky coast, the looming hills, and the working men of Maine. Marden Hartley, Lobster F ...…
 
University of Maine Men's Basketball Coach Bob Walsh talks about how the game of basketball has impacted his life, why he came to Maine, and what his plans are for building a successful program. After nine quality years coaching at Rhode Island College, Coach Walsh came to Maine to take over a program that had just one winning season in its las ...…
 
Host: Ann Luther, League of Women Voters of Maine Engineer: Amy Browne Program Topic: Two Maines: Can We Bridge the Divide? Key Discussion Points: a) We’ll talk about the cultural, demographic, and economic differences that define the two Maines and how those differences are sharpening political differences. b) Are there only two Maines? c) Can ...…
 
A standout basketball player at both Cony High School and the University of Maine, Amy Vachon is now an assistant coach and interim head coach for the Black Bear Women's basketball team. In this podcast, she talks about the legacy of high school basketball in Maine, Tournament Time, her college career, what she did after college, how the road b ...…
 
One of the biggest fears many RVers have is fire. Each year, RV fires cause deaths, many injuries and tens of millions of dollars in damages. So to help us fireproof our RVs, this week we interview one of our friends, Mark Polk of RVEduction101.com. Mark is a true expert on all aspects of RVs and RV safety and has critical and very practical ad ...…
 
Frances Whitehead is an artist working in the Chicago/Gary area of the great lakes basins of the USA. She is a professor at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago andwas in Dunedin for the Art and Future symposium at Otago Polytechnic. She brings the methods, mindsets, and strategies of contemporary art practice to the process of shaping th ...…
 
Firearms Chat Agenda 11-3-2016 (5 days to Gunmegeddon!) 2A/Politics News(and Prob. a lot of it since the next time we are recording we will know our fate) Gabby Giffords and her husband think #Hitlery will protect the 2A while making”responsible” changes(There is no Background Check for felons!)-AZ Central(that Socialists rag) Clintons 4 top Gu ...…
 
Rosetta Stone reluctantly took teaching gigs in Maine’s classrooms this year.“We never want to replace someone’s job,” says Franklin Moomaw, the company’s regional director of education in the state. Rosetta Stone’s recommendation was for the program to supplement teacher lessons—it’s used this way in 4,000 schools in the US.The thing is, human ...…
 
Our scheduled guests for the October 18 edition of USCHO Live! are North Dakota coach Brad Berry — whose defending national champions are a unanimous No. 1 in this week’s USCHO.com Division I men’s hockey poll — and Maine beat writer Larry Mahoney of the Bangor Daily News.
 
In this episode, Brother Donald Paul of the Franciscan Brothers of St. Elizabeth of Hungary talks about the Franciscan mission, baking bread, brewing beer, and operating a popular lunch spot in Downtown Bangor. This is also a conversation about simplifying one's life and finding peace amid a hectic and fast paced world. To learn more about the ...…
 
Lovely early fall weather means we’re spending our whole hour-long episode outside. All these sunny days, though, mean a shortage of water for crops, gardens, livestock, and lawns. Climate scientists warn that droughts interspersed with periods of heavy storms are becoming the new normal in New England. We look into how farmers and the rest of ...…
 
Lovely early fall weather means we’re spending our whole hour-long episode outside. All these sunny days, though, mean a shortage of water for crops, gardens, livestock, and lawns. Climate scientists warn that droughts interspersed with periods of heavy storms are becoming the new normal in New England. We look into how farmers and the rest of ...…
 
Tony Ronzio, Director of News and soon to be Executive Editor of the Bangor Daily News stopped by the Social Dig Podcast to talk about the BDN Facebook page recently surpassing 100,000 likes, and we dove into the relationship of newspapers and social media sites. This was a real interesting conversation on the future of old media, and how they ...…
 
In this bonus podcast episode, Bangor Daily News Reporter Michael Shepherd drops by the studio to talk about Donald Trump's chances in Maine, why Trump is coming to the state for the third time during this campaign, and Trump's impact on down ballot races across Maine. He also comments about what it is like to be a reporter during this particul ...…
 
Bigfoot, Maine’s White Walker, Kiwakwa, Chenoo, Great Big Witch or the Ice Giant. It doesn’t matter what you call it, because it will eat your soul anyway. On tonight’s episode Brett and Harley head back east to discuss Bangor Maine’s Ice Giant. There are several versions of the legend around this cryptid and they are all terrifying. The writte ...…
 
Bigfoot, Maine’s White Walker, Kiwakwa, Chenoo, Great Big Witch or the Ice Giant. It doesn’t matter what you call it, because it will eat your soul anyway. On tonight’s episode Brett and Harley head back east to discuss Bangor Maine’s Ice Giant. There are several versions of the legend around this cryptid and they are all terrifying. The writte ...…
 
The three men made their way down the lonely trail that skirted the fields outside of Machiasport, Maine. These hills were wide open and bare, but the trees in the distance belied a deep forest toward the west and if they listened intently, they might have heard the waves in Machias Bay. It was dusk and the last light of the setting sun burned ...…
 
In this Bonus Episode of the Maine Show Podcast, Christopher Burns and Professor Robert Glover sit down with host Ben Sprague to talk about the characteristics that make a city successful and whether Bangor fits the bill. This podcast is based on an Atlantic Monthly piece by James Fallows and an article that Christopher wrote for the Bangor Dai ...…
 
Former Bangor Daily News columnist Renee Ordway takes us behind the scenes of her 30 year journalism career and discusses the work she is doing now as part of the State of Maine's cold case squad. Visit www.maineshowpodcast.com for past and future episodes and follow the show on Twitter @maineshow. Connect with host Ben Sprague on Twitter @bens ...…
 
Sarah Cottrell from Housewife Plus reads her heartwarming essay 'What My Mother Taught Me About Being Poor But Getting Things Done.' She talks about the life lessons learned from her tenacious mother and how she manages her own family in rural Maine. Follow Sarah Cottrell on Facebook where you can keep up with the fun! As a Maine-based writer, ...…
 
Intermission with Larry Mahoney of the Bangor Daily News.
 
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