Podcasts

John McDonald

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Sunday, November 23, 201411/23/2014

John Moon 11-23

Author John Moon joins the show to discuss his new book “The City by the Sea 2″.

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Saturday, November 22, 201411/22/2014

Carol Coultas 11/22

Editor Carol Coultas calls in to talk with John about her upcoming piece covering how the economy has rebounded, yet new home permits are still down.

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Sunday, November 16, 201411/16/2014

Edgar Allen Beem 11-16

Columnist Egdar Allen Beem from the Forecaster, joins the show to discuss his latest columns on the local elections, Governor LePage, Question 1, and more!

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Sunday, November 16, 201411/16/2014

George Danby 11-16

Political cartoonist George Danby, of the Bangor Dailey News, joins the show to discuss his new book “The Essential Danby”.

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Sunday, November 9, 201411/09/2014

Kimberly Regoulinsky 11/9

Kimberly Regoulinsky, of The Maine Freedom Project, joins the show to discuss human trafficking and the 4th annual Freedom Gala.

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Saturday, November 8, 201411/08/2014

Ray Routhier 11/8

Ray Routhier calls in to talk about his upcoming piece on Stephen King, who has a new book hitting shelves next week.

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Sunday, November 2, 201411/02/2014

David Trahan 11/2

David Trahan, director of the Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine, discusses the vote on the bear baiting subject.

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Saturday, November 1, 201411/01/2014

Eliot Cutler 11/1

Eliot Cutler visits the WGAN studio to talk with John about his campaign.

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Saturday, November 1, 201411/01/2014

Herb Adams 11/1

Herb Adam talks with John McDonald about Maine elections from a historical perspective.

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Saturday, October 25, 201410/25/2014

Ray Routhier 10/25

Ray Routhier of the Maine Sunday Telegram calls in to talk about his upcoming story on Maine’s relationship with paper at a time when mills are closing.

Latest Headlines

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Feds Urged To Buy Maine Blueberries

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PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - U.S. Sen. Angus King and Rep. Chellie Pingree are urging the federal government to buy 18 million pounds of frozen Maine blueberries for use in school lunch and food assistance programs.

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Locomotive Catches Fire; No Injuries

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MONMOUTH, Maine (AP) - A locomotive caught fire in the Maine town of Monmouth leaving the train engine inoperable.

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Man Charged With KIlling Grandmother

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(Wilton, ME) - State Police say a young Wilton man has been charged with murder in connection with the death of his grandmother on Saturday. The two lived together at a mobile home at 1130 Weld Road in Wilton.

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Three Dead in Garland

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(Garland, ME) - The deaths of woman and two children in Garland are under State Police investigation. Detectives are calling the deaths suspicious.

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Maine Woman Who Foiled Abduction Ready for a Fight

The Maine State Museum worker who prevented the abduction of a 2-year-old girl is a grandmother with a bum knee. But Sharon Wise says there would've been a ``big fight'' if the assailant hadn't given up.