John McDonald


Saturday, May 21, 201605/21/2016

05/21/16 Ande Smith

John McDonald talks with Republican candidate for Maine 1st Congressional District, Ande Smith.


Saturday, May 14, 201605/14/2016

05/14/16 Justin Chenette

John interviews State Senate candidate Justin Chenette. Chenette is serving his 2nd term in the Maine House of Representatives. He is a member of the Criminal Justice & Public Safety Committee, and co-chair of the Legislature’s bipartisan youth caucus.


Saturday, May 14, 201605/14/2016

05/14/16 Robert Cyr

John McDonald interviews Robert Cyr, author of the new book “Zombie Truckers”.


Saturday, May 7, 201605/07/2016

05/07/16 Falmouth Kitchen Tour

John McDonald talks with Lana Wescott, the organizer of the Falmouth Kitchen Tour.


Saturday, April 2, 201604/02/2016

04/02/16 Kendall Morse

John McDonald talks with author and Musician Kendall Morse. Morse is the author of the book Father Fell Down the Well.


Saturday, March 5, 201603/05/2016

03/05/16 Eric Trump

John McDonald talks with the the son of GOP front runner Donald Trump, Eric Trump


Sunday, February 14, 201602/14/2016

2-14 Pious Ali

Candidate for Portland city council, Pious Ali, joins the show to discuss his candidacy, coming to America, plus your questions! Ali was the first African-born Muslim to be elected to the school board, and strives to be the first elected to the city council.


Sunday, February 7, 201602/07/2016

2-7 David Cochran

David Cochran, Professor of Political Science at Loras College, joins the show to discuss the current state of the election after the Iowa caucus.


Saturday, January 30, 201601/30/2016

01/30/16 Ted Talbot

John McDonald interviews Maine’s spokesman Ted Talbot and talk about the upcoming changes for the Casco Bay bridge.


Saturday, January 23, 201601/23/2016

01/23/16 Mark Dion seg 2

John McDonald continues his interview with state Representative for district 43, Mark Dion.

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