John McDonald


Sunday, April 12, 201504/12/2015

4-12 Herb Adams

Maine politician and historian, Herb Adams, discusses the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War, local connections, and more!


Saturday, April 11, 201504/11/2015

Josh Pahigian 4/11

Josh Pahigian visits the John McDonald show to talk about his book “101 Baseball Places to See Before You Strike Out”.


Saturday, April 11, 201504/11/2015

Al Dimillo 4/11

Al Dimillo joins John McDonald via phone to talk about the state’s tax proposals.


Saturday, April 4, 201504/04/2015

Michael Maglaras 4/4

Michael Maglaras joins John to talk about his film Cleophas and His Own playing at the Emerge Film Festival in Auburn. For more information, check out emergefilmfestival.org.


Saturday, April 4, 201504/04/2015

Joanne Twomey 4/4

Joanne Twomey joins John McDonald to defend her stand against Governor LePage earlier this week.


Saturday, March 28, 201503/28/2015

Mark Dion 3/28

Representative Mark Dion calls in to the John McDonald show to share more on his bill proposal that would legalize marijuana.


Saturday, March 7, 201503/07/2015

Randy Billings 3/7

Randy Billings of the Maine Sunday Telegram calls in to talk with John about his upcoming article on rental units in Portland and the department that overlooks them.


Saturday, February 28, 201502/28/2015

Jim Britt 2/28

Jim Britt of gBritt PR talks with John McDonald about the 7th annual Maine Restaurant Week.


Saturday, February 7, 201502/07/2015

Al DiMillo 2/7

Al DiMillo talks with John about Paul LePage’s tax plan.


Saturday, January 31, 201501/31/2015

John Moon’s 1/31

John Moon stops by to chat with John McDonald about his book City By The Sea 2.

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