Podcasts

John McDonald

Saturday, September 21, 201309/21/2013

9-21 Tom Bell

The Press-Herald reporter Tom Bell went to Iceland last week for a story running in this Sunday’s Telegram. The focus is Portland’s burgeoning relationship with Iceland, via the waterfront.

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Saturday, September 21, 201309/21/2013

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John MacDonald talks with comedian, actor and impressionist Rob Bartlett, sidekick to Don Imus on “Imus In The Morning”, heard on WZAN every Monday through Friday from 6 to 10am.
Rob is bringing his comedy show to the Leavitt Theater in Ogunquit on Saturday night at 8 p.m. Tickets are available at www.robshow.com

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Saturday, September 14, 201309/14/2013

9-14 State Rep. Justin Chenette

The Saco Drive-in is saved! John talks to State Rep. Justin Chenette about how the town and a social media campaign and saved the Drive-in. Justin Chenette also talks about possible events at the drive-in and his future plans.

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Saturday, September 7, 201309/07/2013

9-7 Matt Byrne

Matt Byrne from the Maine Sunday Telegram will tell the story of Billy McIntire, the fisherman who went missing off the coast of Ogunquit a couple of weeks ago and take a look at his life and his impact on the community.

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Saturday, August 24, 201308/24/2013

8-24 Deirdre Fleming

Deirdre Fleming talks to John about how it looks like the bear-baiting opponents are gearing up for another referendum that would ban the practice. (Bear hunting season opens next week).

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Saturday, August 17, 201308/17/2013

8-17 Dieter Bradbury

The Portland Press Herald is publishing an ambitious, extended series called Aging in Maine. Dieter Bradbury from the Portland Press Herald discusses part two of the series and talks about the caregivers taking care of aging parents who can no longer live independently.

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Saturday, August 17, 201308/17/2013

8-17 State Rep. Justin M. Chenette

State Representative Justin Chenette is leading the campaign to save the Saco Drive-In

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Saturday, August 10, 201308/10/2013

8-10 Eric Brakey

John MacDonald talks with Eric Brakey an actor and candidate running for a State Senate Seat about his speedo clip from a national commercial and how it opened the door to talk about who he is and his politics.

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Saturday, July 20, 201307/20/2013

7-20 Dieter Bradbury – Aging in Maine

The Maine Sunday Telegram and writer Dieter Bradbury work on their upcoming series of articles: Aging in Maine and its Impact on the state.

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Saturday, July 20, 201307/20/2013

7-20 Mark Dion

John talks with former Cumberland county Sheriff now Lawyer and current House of Representative Mark of Portland and Falmouth Mark Dion about Marijuana laws, his experiences as a Sheriff and how complicated energy bills in Maine really are and how they can’t be reduced to political slogans.

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Maine’s Night Coyote Hunt Ends this Weekend

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PORTLAND, Maine (AP) _ Maine's night coyote hunt is coming to a close.

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Dozens of Former Maine Lawmakers Ousted by Defeat or Term Limits Again Seek Spot in Legislature

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AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) _ Dozens of former Maine lawmakers who were ousted from the Legislature by defeat or term limits are vying to return to Augusta this year.

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Maine Health Officials say EEE Found in York Pool

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AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) _ The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention says the virus that causes Eastern Equine Encephalitis has been found in a mosquito pool in York.

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Maine Company Recalls 25,192 Pounds of Beef

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AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) _ A Maine company is recalling more than 25,000 pounds of beef dating to last November for failure to remove tissues that could potentially allow transmission of mad cow disease.

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Maine Gay Rights PAC Won’t Endorse in Senate Race

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PORTLAND, Maine (AP) _ A leading advocacy group for gay, lesbian and transgender people in Maine will not make an endorsement in this year's U.S. Senate race in the state.