Podcasts

John McDonald

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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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Saturday, June 8, 201306/08/2013

6-8-13 Bob Keyes/Films Made In Maine

Press-Herald Arts reporter Bob Keyes tells John about his article in the Maine Sunday Telegram discussing the lack of films made in Maine and why.

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Saturday, June 8, 201306/08/2013

6-8-13 Andy Fields/ABC News: NSA Controversy

ABC News Correspondent Andy Fields joins us from Washington DC to update us on the latest developments on the growing controversy over the NSA data-mining.

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Saturday, May 25, 201305/25/2013

5-25 Gillian Graham

Reporter, Gillian Graham, from the Maine Sunday Telegram, joins to discuss her article on youth suicide in Maine.

Latest Headlines

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Judge Rejects Ebola Quarantine for Nurse

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FORT KENT, Maine (AP) _ A Maine judge has rejected a bid by state health officials to restrict the movement of nurse Kaci Hickox, who defied a quarantine for medical workers who have treated Ebola patients.

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Big Boost in Large Donors in Maine Governor’s Race

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A Maine group seeking to boost public funding for campaigns says that contributions from large donors in this year's governor's race have skyrocketed since 2010.

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Handcuffed Man who Escaped from Cruiser Caught

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Police say they have captured a man who jumped out of a state police cruiser and escaped into the woods after his arrest in Chelsea earlier this week.

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Portland, Gloucester Tie as New England Fish Ports

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A federal report says Portland, Maine and Gloucester, Massachusetts, are now tied for second place in New England in volume of commercial fish landed.

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Canadian Company to Buy Rumford, Maine Paper Mill

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A Canadian company is entering into an agreement to buy the Rumford Paper Co. mill.