Podcasts

Inside Maine

inside-maine-podcasts-620x400

Saturday, November 21, 201511/21/2015

11/21/15 Claude Berube

Matthew Gagnon talks with former Naval Instructor and author of the Connor Stark novel, The Aden Effect, Claude Berube.

inside-maine-podcasts-620x400

Saturday, November 14, 201511/14/2015

11-14 Dr. James Avington Miller

Julie McDonald-Smith talks with the host of The War Report, Dr James Avington Miller.

inside-maine-podcasts-620x400

Saturday, November 14, 201511/14/2015

11-14 Rick Bennett

Julie McDonald-Smith talks with GOP Chairman of Maine, Rick Bennett.

inside-maine-podcasts-620x400

Saturday, November 14, 201511/14/2015

11-14 Chris Tyll

Julie McDonald-Smith talks with former U.S. Navy Seal, Chris Tyll.

inside-maine-podcasts-620x400

Saturday, November 14, 201511/14/2015

11-14 Senator Susan Collins & Chris Tyll

Julie McDonald-Smith talks with Senator Susan Collins and former U.S. Navy Seal, Chris Tyll.

inside-maine-podcasts-620x400

Saturday, November 14, 201511/14/2015

11-14 Will Tuell & Lois Kilby-Chesley part 2

Julie McDonald-Smith talks with State Representative, Will Tuell and President of the M.E.A., Lois Kilby-Chesley

inside-maine-podcasts-620x400

Saturday, November 14, 201511/14/2015

11-14 Will Tuell & Lois Kilby-Chesley part 1

Julie McDonald-Smith talks with State Representative, Will Tuell and President of the M.E.A., Lois Kilby-Chesley

inside-maine-podcasts-620x400

Saturday, November 7, 201511/07/2015

11/07- Jack Marshall

Arthur King talks with Ethics expert Jack Marshall

inside-maine-podcasts-620x400

Saturday, November 7, 201511/07/2015

11/07 Ian Tuttle

Arthur King talks about climate change with Ian Tuttle, contributor for the National Review.

inside-maine-podcasts-620x400

Saturday, November 7, 201511/07/2015

11/07 Ethan Strimling

Arthur King talks with newly elected Portland Mayor, Ethan Strimling.

Latest Headlines

1 hour ago in Local

Fees Raised for Camping at Maine State Parks

Fresh
GENERIC CAMP

Fees for camping at state parks have been raised by the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation, and Forestry for the first time in 14 years.

1 hour ago in Local

Nonprofit Works to Make Sure Students Don’t Go Hungry

Fresh
GENERIC FOOD PANTRY LARGE

A local nonprofit is working to ensure that students in the South Portland area don't go hungry during an upcoming break in classes.

8 hours ago in Local

Lobster Licensing Hearing Today

LOBSTERS2

AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) Maine lobstermen are set to debate the possibility of potentially controversial changes to the state's lobster licensing laws.

8 hours ago in Local

Man Sentenced For Child Porn

Justin Nichols

AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) A Mainer has been sentenced to less than a month in prison after he admitted to possessing sexually explicit materials of minors under 16.

10 hours ago in Local

Is Maine Covering Up Hazardous Rail Cargo

Smoke rises from railway cars that were carrying crude oil after derailing in downtown Lac Megantic, Quebec, Canada, Saturday, July 6, 2013. A large swath of Lac Megantic was destroyed Saturday after a train carrying crude oil derailed, sparking several explosions and forcing the evacuation of up to 1,000 people. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Paul Chiasson)

Bangor ME (WGAN) - There's evidence that Maine officials and lawmakers conspired with the railroad companies to hide info on the shipment of oil and other hazardous substances through the state.