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Weekend AM is CBC Radio One's province-wide, Saturday and Sunday morning show across Newfoundland and Labrador. You'll meet creative people up to all sorts of things that keep life in Newfoundland and Labrador interesting.
It was goals and red cards galore this week, Wrexham go top with Notts County far behind but problems mount for the likes of Dagenham, Barnet, Torquay and Halifax. Luke catches up with Michael from Darlo Radio on Darlington's season far which ended up with an FA Cup shock which left Luke giddy. We have a look at some other FA Cup ties, why the man …
Heather talks to artists Diana Dabinett, Stephanie Stoker, and Sonya Coish, whose work is featured in the Craft Council's 50th Anniversary exhibition
The College of the North Atlantic's Television and Film Program is underway, and Heather visits some classes to see what's happening.
Luke is back in the hotseat and is joined by Off the Line's Joe Pope, Tom Feahany and Hampton and Richmond Borough's media officer James Reid. Chesterfield score a late winner to go top as they build momentum with a record breaking win, but is the time up for Gary Johnson at Torquay? Chris Pratt catches up with Altrincham manager Phil Parkinson aft…
Rob is in the hotseat this week and he is joined by Dickie, Thom and Aldershot Town boss Mark Moseley after his sides impressive victory over Halifax Town in front of the BT Sport cameras, Rob also caught up with Shots defender Tyler Cordner and BT's Becky Ives. Plus Dave Bradley from the Latics Football Phone in on John Sheridan's final game in ch…
CBC's Melissa Tobin meets Lori Moss, event organizer of the Damnable Trails Festival, along the coastline to learn about the trails and a new event that will get people racing around the cliffs on the Eastport Peninsula.
Terry Doyle writes about a modern working class family in St. John's in his compelling debut novel.
Plans are underway to restore the garden at Torbay History House and Museum to its early 20th century glory
Oksana Makarenko had a dance studio in Kiev, Ukraine; now she is building a new life in St. John's, and teaching belly dancing at Jill Dreaddy Danceco.
This Rob hosts a midweek special as their is a full fixture list across the three divisions. As always we look at the winners and losers from this round of fixtures, we hear from Notts County Manager Luke Williams and Dorking's Marc White Subscribe via all good podcasting platformsBy NL Full Time
Kanoli Hassan has been working as a river rafting guide on central Newfoundland's Exploits River, but he trained for the job on the Nile River, in his home country of Uganda.
Brenda Gavin-Harding, Melanie Martin and Dee Payne join Heather to drink tea, eat scones, and talk about the Queen.
This week BT Sport's National League commentator Adam Summerton joins us to give us his views on his overachievers, underachievers, newcomers, a National League documentary and royalties Rob catches up with Barnet boss Dean Brennan and their is a review of the North and South Divisions Subscribe via all good podcasting platforms and leave a review…
Musician Kelly Russell and Tony Ploughman of Fred's Records talk about the enduring popularity of the 1988 album All The Best: Folk Music of St. John's
The team look at who, across the three divisions, will be sitting back and will have enjoyed the Bank Holiday weekend and who will be sat with head in hands. Rob catches up with Maidstone Radio's Stones Live's Chris Bechervaise and The Stones's manager Hakan Hayrettin. Subscribe via all good podcasting platforms…
Weekend AM's Alex Kennedy visits the Wooden Boat Museum in Winterton to learn about a new project using technology to help bring boat building into the hands of amateurs.
It's a packed podcast as Luke, Dickie and Joe review the action. We hear from Bromley manager Andy Woodman and defender Callum Reynolds. Scotty Davies helps review the South and in the North, Ant Taylor from This Is the Coast talks about Scarborough's good start to the season and Dickie catches up with Kings Lynn manager Tommy Widdrington Subscribe…
Aldershot captain, Joe Partington is the guest on this week's special midweek pod reviewing the action as the Bees go top. Their are big wins for Chesterfield, Wealdstone and Aldershot as we hear from their goalscorer Justin Amaluzer. Plus a look at the North, with Tom Feahany and South with Kings Lynn and Ebbsfleet keeping up their 100% record. Su…
This week Luke, Dickie and Rob are joined by Hampton's media officer, James Reid. On a baking hot weekend and no 100% records in the National League their was plenty of action to talk about, a potential goal of the season, success for Latics in their first home game in the National League, we hear from Chesterfield fans pre and post match and Liam …
Stephen Churchill has created a brick by brick model of an iconic piece of N.L. architecture - the Basilica of St. John the Baptist in St.John's
David Michael's debut novel is inspired by his own parents' stories of the Lebanese and Jewish communities of St. John's in the early 20th century.
It was an action packed first day back in the National League for Luke, Rob, Dickie and Thom to unpick with plenty of goals and red cards. We hear from Solihull Moors's Joe Sbarra and Peterborough Sports's chairman Grant Biddle on their first game in the North. Subscribe via all good podcasting platforms and leave a review…
An extended family has been taking an annual holiday at the Clode Sound Motel every summer since 1989. We'll check in on the fun
Akita Equipment has come up with an offbeat way to spread the word about MusicNL's roster of artists.
Luke, Rob, Dickie and Joe are back to look at the season predictions for the North and South with some surprises in there. If you fancy having a go yourself go to https://bit.ly/3PI6amcBy NL Full Time
In the first episode of a brand new season Luke, Rob, Dickie and Joe look at their predictions for the National League and for the first time ever we are also getting the listeners involved, visit our twitter page @nlfulltime to find out how you can join in. Plus we hear from Solihull Moors manager Neal Ardley to find out how his sides pre-season p…
More than half the volunteers at the Witless Bay Fire Department are under 30 years old. Reporter Alex Kennedy explains why.
Weekend AM's Heather Barrett hops on her bicycle to go for a ride with writer and avid e-bike cyclist Michelle Butler Hallett
Don Wright: Gathering Tides is an exhibit of the late artist's photographs of life on the Avalon Peninsula's southern shore, curated by Wright's grandson, the photographer Eliot Wright.
Heather volunteered to play in the Sound Symposium's signature event, the Harbour Symphony.
Bella Seonyoung Heo, a CNA graphic design student, is one fo 15 artists selected by McDonalds Canada to take part in a project called "The Last Straw."
Flutist Sonja Boon, with support from ArtsNL , is throwing a hundredth birthday concert for her flute, along with her musical friends Michelle Cheramy, Gillian Sheppard, and Phil Roberts.
Artist Katelyn Dobbin tells Weekend AM's Paula Gale about her Sound Symposium installation, You Can't Drink the Sea.
Farai Gwasira spoke with the organizer of the tattoo convention and some of the artists
Paula Gale speaks with Leslie Butt about her award-winning novel, Tanked
Paula Gale speaks with Toni Kearney of Conche, owner of the social enterprise, Moratorium Children
Paula Gale talks to the women behind Little Green Thumbs and Sprouts
Paula Gale talks to NL psychologist Hassan Khalili about his new book