John McDonald


Saturday, August 22, 201508/22/2015

Victor Cole 8/22

Victor Cole calls in from his Lobster Boat in Tenants Harbor to talk to John about Lobster industry in Maine


Saturday, August 22, 201508/22/2015

Chris Busby 8/22

Chris Busby, Editor of the Monthly news and arts paper The Bollard stops by the studio to talk to John about the war on drugs in Maine.


Saturday, August 22, 201508/22/2015

Bruce Poliquin 8/22

Maine District 2 Representative Bruce Poliquin talks to John McDonald about politics in Maine, Planned Parenthood and more.


Sunday, August 16, 201508/16/2015

Meredith Springer

Meredith Springer joins John McDonald and listeners to talk about his view on the Boy Scouts discriminating against religious beliefs!


Saturday, August 15, 201508/15/2015

Rick Bennett 8/15

Rick Bennett, chairman of the Maine Republican Party calls in to discuss the state of things in Maine.


Sunday, August 2, 201508/02/2015

Crash Barry 8-2

Author and director, Crash Barry, speaks with John on the topics of medicinal marijuana, the prescription pill problem in this country, and the release of his movie “Sex, Drugs & Blueberries”.


Saturday, July 18, 201507/18/2015

Bert Rogers 7-18

Bert Rogers, Executive Director of Tall Ships of America, speaks to John about the tall ships event happening right here in Portland this weekend!


Saturday, July 18, 201507/18/2015

Phil Harriman 7-18

Clam Shucker Judge of the Yarmouth Clam Festival, Phil Harriman, speaks with John about the festivities happening today and tomorrow in the town.


Sunday, July 12, 201507/12/2015

Kathy Eliscu 7-12

Author and Columnist, Kathy Eliscu, joins the show to talk about her new book “Not Even Dark Chocolate Can Fix This Mess”


Sunday, June 28, 201506/28/2015

Diane Russell 6-28

House of Representatives member Diane Russell discusses the ending of marijuana prohibition, medical usage, and we take your questions and comments!

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