Saturday, March 29, 201403/29/2014
John MacDonald has an open political discussion with Senate candidate Shenna Bellows.
Saturday, March 8, 201403/08/2014
John talks with Maine Sunday Telegram reporter Kelley Bouchard about their ongoing series, Aging in Maine
Saturday, March 1, 201403/01/2014
John MacDonald talks with Maine author Crash Barry about marijuana, its laws and his upcoming new book, Marijuana Valley.
Sunday, February 23, 201402/23/2014
Maine restaurant week founder Jim Britt joins John in the studio to talk about events going on during Maine restaurant week (March 1-10), including the Incredible Breakfast at Seadog Brewing Co. on February 28th and the Pancake Race on March 4th. For more information, visit www.mainerestaurantweek.com
Saturday, February 22, 201402/22/2014
John MacDonald talks with Maine Sunday Telegram reporter, Eric Russell whose working on a story with David Hench on heroin addiction.
Sunday, February 9, 201402/09/2014
John talks with Justin Chenette, a Saco Representative and founder of the Saco Bay Center for Civic Engagement, about the program and community work and engagement in the local Maine community.
Sunday, January 26, 201401/26/2014
Performer and songwriter Rick Adam, “Professor Paddywack”, joins John in the studio to talk about his performances at various fairs in Maine, his “singing books”, and his illustrations featuring at his performance at Cafe Nomad.
Saturday, January 25, 201401/25/2014
John talks with Kevin Miller, the Portland Press Herald’s Washington bureau chief about a story coming out Sunday about the debate over whether potatoes should be included in WIC benefits. There’s a new effort afoot to include them, and it’s a hot issue in the Maine potato industry.
Saturday, January 18, 201401/18/2014
John MacDonald speaks with Meredith Goad of the Portland Press Herald, who will report in this weeks Maine Sunday Telegram, major changes in the way waiters and waitresses are tipped.
Saturday, January 11, 201401/11/2014
John talks with Representative Chuck Kruger about the opening of the legislature, Governor Lepage and medicaid.