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John McDonald

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Saturday, July 5, 201407/05/2014

7-5 Peggy Grodinsky

John MacDonald speaks with Peggy Grodinsky about sustainable tourism and her piece in Source, a new section in the Maine Sunday Telegram.

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Saturday, June 28, 201406/28/2014

6-28 Colin Woodard

John speaks with Colin Woodard about his upcoming 29-part saga on the history of the Passamaquoddy tribe.

Saturday, June 21, 201406/21/2014

6-21 Mark Emmert

Mark Emmert calls in to discuss his newest article regarding NCAA athletes and medical care.

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Saturday, June 14, 201406/14/2014

6-14 Leslie Bridgers

Leslie Bridgers, from the Maine Sunday Telegram calls in to talk about her upcoming article regarding senior relationships having proven to have a positive impact on health and mortality.

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Sunday, June 8, 201406/08/2014

6-8-14 Interview with Abraham Schechter

Abraham Schechter of Protect Portland Parks joins John to discuss Portland’s parks and the Yes On 1 initiative.

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Saturday, June 7, 201406/07/2014

Maine Senior Games 6/7/14

Jo Dill and Noelle St. Hilaire from the Maine Senior Games are live in studio with John McDonald to discuss the upcoming games.

Saturday, May 31, 201405/31/2014

Interview with Joe Lawlor

Joe Lawlor comes on to talk about his Sunday story about the shortage of rural doctors in Maine, how the problem is getting worse, and what’s being done to address it.

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Saturday, May 24, 201405/24/2014

John McDonald, 5/24/14, Pt 4

The John McDonald show, for Saturday 5/24, Part 4

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Saturday, May 24, 201405/24/2014

John McDonald 5/24/14

The John McDonald show, for Saturday 5/24, Part 3

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Saturday, May 24, 201405/24/2014

John McDonald, 5/24/14, Pt. 2

The John McDonald show, for Saturday 5/24, Part 2

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