Podcasts

John McDonald

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Saturday, August 17, 201308/17/2013

8-17 Dieter Bradbury

The Portland Press Herald is publishing an ambitious, extended series called Aging in Maine. Dieter Bradbury from the Portland Press Herald discusses part two of the series and talks about the caregivers taking care of aging parents who can no longer live independently.

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Saturday, August 17, 201308/17/2013

8-17 State Rep. Justin M. Chenette

State Representative Justin Chenette is leading the campaign to save the Saco Drive-In

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Saturday, August 10, 201308/10/2013

8-10 Eric Brakey

John MacDonald talks with Eric Brakey an actor and candidate running for a State Senate Seat about his speedo clip from a national commercial and how it opened the door to talk about who he is and his politics.

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Saturday, July 20, 201307/20/2013

7-20 Dieter Bradbury – Aging in Maine

The Maine Sunday Telegram and writer Dieter Bradbury work on their upcoming series of articles: Aging in Maine and its Impact on the state.

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Saturday, July 20, 201307/20/2013

7-20 Mark Dion

John talks with former Cumberland county Sheriff now Lawyer and current House of Representative Mark of Portland and Falmouth Mark Dion about Marijuana laws, his experiences as a Sheriff and how complicated energy bills in Maine really are and how they can’t be reduced to political slogans.

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Saturday, July 6, 201307/06/2013

7-6 Craig Anderson

Craig Anderson talks with John about his upcoming story about hospital executive compensation.

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Saturday, July 6, 201307/06/2013

7-6 Author John Ford

Former Game Warden John Ford talks about his vast experiences as a Maine Game Warden and talks about his new book “This Cider Still Tastes Funny!” He will be doing a book signing at Nonsuch Books, Mill Creek in South Portland today, 7-6

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Saturday, June 29, 201306/29/2013

6-29 Tom Bell – Gettysberg

Tom Bell from the Maine Sunday Telegram calls in to discuss his upcoming Maine Sunday Telegram Article about the 150th Anniversary of the Gettysburg and Maine’s involvement

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Saturday, June 22, 201306/22/2013

6-22 Jessica Hall

Jessica Hall talks about the “Skills Gap” and examines where the jobs of the future actually will be

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Saturday, June 15, 201306/15/2013

6-15 Deirdre Fleming

Deirdre Fleming, of the Portland Press Herald, joins to discuss her story on the Moose lottery and a story running on page 1 of Saturday’s paper on moose-car collisions.

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Maine Supreme Court Dismisses DNR Appeal

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PORTLAND, Maine (AP) _ The Maine supreme court has dismissed a mother's appeal of a court-approved do-not-resuscitate order for her baby, saying the matter is moot now that the state has agreed to abide by the mother's wishes.

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Federal Judge: Whistle-Blower Lawsuit Can Proceed

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AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) _ A federal judge has ruled that a whistle-blower lawsuit against the state of Maine can move forward.

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Gov. LePage Presents Awards to 8 Maine Companies

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Gov. Paul LePage is awarding eight Maine companies for their commitment to their employees and communities.

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Republicans Slam Michaud for Independent Video

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Maine Republicans are criticizing Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mike Michaud for an independent video featuring a rap song that makes a lewd reference to Sen. Susan Collins.

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Maine’s August Unemployment Rate Rises Slightly

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Maine's unemployment rate ticked up slightly in August to 5.6 percent.