Podcasts

Sunday, August 2, 201508/02/2015

Tom Jones 8-2

Maine Photographer Tom Jones speaks to John about his photography, the myriad of people and subjects he’s taken pictures of over the years, and more!

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Sunday, August 2, 201508/02/2015

Crash Barry 8-2

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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”.

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Saturday, August 1, 201508/01/2015

Scott Mitchell 8/1

In Inside Maine

Scott Mitchell, Acting Director of the Emera Astronomy Center at UMaine Orono, stops by the studio to discuss Astronomy in Maine, the Emera Astronomy Center and answer callers questions.

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Saturday, August 1, 201508/01/2015

Kathy Dion 8/1

In Inside Maine

Kathy Dion calls in to discuss the Dempsey Challenge with Julie.

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Saturday, August 1, 201508/01/2015

Rep. Heather Sirocki 8/1

In Inside Maine

Maine Representative Heather Sirocki visits the studio to talk about the state of the Maine State Legislature and more.

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Saturday, August 1, 201508/01/2015

Michael Sauschuck 8/1

In Inside Maine

Chief of Portland Police Michael Sauschuck speaks with Julie MacDonald on the state of the Portland Police Department.

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Saturday, July 18, 201507/18/2015

Dr. Gordon Fulks 7-18

In Inside Maine

Dr. Gordon Fulks speaks with Arthur King on the topic of the corruption of science.

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Saturday, July 18, 201507/18/2015

Don Cuddy 7-18

In Inside Maine

Executive Director of the Center for Sustainable Fisheries, Don Cuddy, discusses the topic of the corruption of Science.

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Saturday, July 18, 201507/18/2015

Jack Marshall 7-18

In Inside Maine

Ethicist Jack Marshall speaks with Arthur on the topic of the corruption of Science.

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Saturday, July 18, 201507/18/2015

John McGinnis 7-18

In Inside Maine

Professor of Constitutional Law at Northwestern University, John McGinnis, speaks with Arthur on the Constitutional aspects of the Iran conflict.

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