John McDonald


Saturday, October 25, 201410/25/2014

Isaac Misiuk 10/25 (Part 1)

Republican Isaac Misiuk visits the studio to talk with John about his running for congress.


Saturday, October 18, 201410/18/2014

Kelley Bouchard 10/18

Kelley Bouchard of the Maine Sunday Telegram calls in to talk with John about the last installment in her series on aging.


Saturday, October 11, 201410/11/2014

Noel Gallagher 10/11

Noel Gallagher (of the Maine Sunday Telegram) calls in to talk about an upcoming article covering the high cost of college.


Sunday, October 5, 201410/05/2014

David Trahan 10-5

David Trahan, the Executive Director of the Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine, discusses the bear baiting and the controversy surrounding the topic.


Saturday, October 4, 201410/04/2014

Carol Coultas 10/4

Carol Coultas calls to talk about the Bucksport mill closure, a subject in tomorrow’s Maine Sunday Telegram.


Monday, September 29, 201409/29/2014

Kevin Thomas 9/27

Kevin Thomas calls to talk with John about how the Red Sox went from worst to first to worst.


Saturday, September 20, 201409/20/2014

Herb Adams 9/20

Herb Adams (Portland historian) calls in to talk about the background of Fort Allen.


Sunday, September 14, 201409/14/2014

Justin Chenette 9/14

House of Representatives member, Justin Chenette, stops by to discuss bullying in today’s modern society and preventative legislation.


Saturday, September 13, 201409/13/2014

Mary Pols 9/13

Mary Pols (from the Maine Sunday Telegram) calls in to chat about her feature article on the Common Ground Fair in Unity.


Saturday, September 13, 201409/13/2014

Eliot Cutler 9/13 (Part 2)

Gubernatorial candidate Eliot Cutler stops by the studio.

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