Podcasts

John McDonald

john-mcdonald-podcasts

Saturday, June 8, 201306/08/2013

6-8-13 Bob Keyes/Films Made In Maine

Press-Herald Arts reporter Bob Keyes tells John about his article in the Maine Sunday Telegram discussing the lack of films made in Maine and why.

john-mcdonald-podcasts

Saturday, June 8, 201306/08/2013

6-8-13 Andy Fields/ABC News: NSA Controversy

ABC News Correspondent Andy Fields joins us from Washington DC to update us on the latest developments on the growing controversy over the NSA data-mining.

john-mcdonald-podcasts

Saturday, May 25, 201305/25/2013

5-25 Gillian Graham

Reporter, Gillian Graham, from the Maine Sunday Telegram, joins to discuss her article on youth suicide in Maine.

john-mcdonald-podcasts

Saturday, May 25, 201305/25/2013

5-25 Beth Harmon

Maine author, Beth Harmon joins the show

john-mcdonald-podcasts

Saturday, May 18, 201305/18/2013

5-18 John Richardson

John Richardson, Portland Press Herald Assistant City Editor, previewing a story in the Maine Sunday Telegram on a major investigation into restaurant inspections in Portland.

john-mcdonald-podcasts

Saturday, May 11, 201305/11/2013

5-11 Birdie Googins

Birdie Googins, the Marden’s Lady, joins to discuss a benefit event she’ll be putting on!

john-mcdonald-podcasts

Wednesday, May 1, 201305/01/2013

4/28 Trahan

David Trahan with the Sportman’s Alliance of Maine calls the WGAN studio to discuss gun issues with John.

john-mcdonald-podcasts

Wednesday, May 1, 201305/01/2013

4/20 Brett Winterble

Brett Winterble, who hosts “The Brett Winterble Show” Saturdays from 4pm-7pm and has an MA from American Military University where he focused his graduate research on new asymmetric threats to the United States.

john-mcdonald-podcasts

Wednesday, May 1, 201305/01/2013

4/20 Stephen Portnoy

The massive day long manhunt is over, as police have their 2nd suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing. Steven is there, and has the details.

john-mcdonald-podcasts

Wednesday, May 1, 201305/01/2013

4/20 Howie Carr

Howie Carr, WGAN talk show host who works out of Boston, discusses what it was like in the city as the lockdown continued.

Latest Headlines

yesterday in Local

Maine Gets Sewage Funds, But Says It Needs More

GENERIC COUNTERFEIT MONEY

Maine officials say the $29.7 million they're receiving for wastewater treatment upgrades in seven facilities is a small portion of the more than $1 billion needed for similar projects over the next 20 years.

yesterday in Local

Panel Makes Recommendations To Stop Domestic Abuse

generic-news

Creating a state database of concealed handgun permits and encouraging health care providers to screen patients regularly for physical abuse are among dozens of recommendations from a panel of Maine officials and law enforcement members who examined recent domestic violence homicides.

yesterday in Local

University Of Maine Researchers Get Project Money

GENERIC COUNTERFEIT MONEY

Three University of Maine research scientists will receive grants from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration for projects related to the fishing industry.

yesterday in Local

Maine Man Says In Lawsuit Petco Rat Made Him Sick

GENERIC COURT LARGE

A Maine man who says he developed a serious disease after getting bit by a rat he bought at Petco has sued the pet supply retailer.

yesterday in Local

Wilkerson, Close to receives degrees from Bates

college grad

LEWISTON, Maine (AP) - Pulitzer Prize winning author Isabel Alexis Wilkerson and Oscar-nominated actor Glenn Close are among four people scheduled to receive honorary degrees at the Bates College commencement.