Home - WERU FM 89.9 Community Radio, Blue Hill, Maine

WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives

Audio archives of spoken word broadcasts from Community Radio WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill (weru.org)

Donate to WERU Donate Now

Archives

E-mail Notifications

Get an e-mail when we update our archives (several times a week)
Enter your Email
Powered by FeedBlitz
  • Producer/Host: Cathy Melio

    Monthly “Fear No Art” edition

    No Comments
  • Producer/Host: Amy Browne

    Studio Engineer: Matt Murphy

    A special live call-in edition of “Voices”, with listener reactions to the Israelis attack on a humanitarian aid flotilla bound for Gaza.

    No Comments
  • Producer/Host: Cathy Melio

    No Comments
  • Executive Producer/Host: Amy Browne

    Contributor: Meredith DeFrancesco

    On Tuesday, the Lamoine Conservation Commission, the Bar Harbor Conservation Commission, the Union River Watershed Coalition, and Food & Water Watch, sponsored a showing of the documentary film “Tapped” and a panel discussion on bottled water and its impacts.   Today we bring you excerpts from the panel discussion and question and answer session.  The panelists are Rep. Jim Schatz of Blue Hill; Emily Posner, Coordinator for Defending Water for Life in Maine; Daphne Loring, Coordinator at the Maine Fair Trade Campaign;  and Willem Brutsaert, an Environmental Engineer Professor at the University of Maine, and expert in groundwater and surface water hydrology.

    (Recorded by Meredith DeFrancesco;  Edited by Amy Browne)

    2 Comments
  • Producer/Host: Matt Murphy

    Studio Engineer: Amy Browne

    Topic: A live performance by storyteller Bill Raiten, founding director of the New Surry Theater.

    No Comments
  • Executive Producer/Host: Amy Browne

    Contributing Producer:  John Greenman

    On April 17th, renowned photo-journalist and author David Bacon spoke in Bangor at an event sponsored several local social justice organizations.  David Bacon has spent 20 years as a union organizer, and is the author of a several books, most recently “Illegal People: How Globalization Creates Migration and Criminalizes Immigrants.” In Bangor, he spoke on the topic of “Immigration, Trade and Community”.

    The event was co-sponsored by El Centro Latino Maine, Maine Fair Trade Campaign, Maine Migrant Health Program, Maine People’s Alliance, Mano en Mano, PICA – Power in Community Alliances, Social Justice Committee of the Unitarian Universalist Society of Bangor, and University of Maine Central America Service Association.   It was recorded by WERU’s John Greenman, and edited slightly for length.

    No Comments
  • Producer/Host: Amy Browne

    Audio from a radio workshop presented by Amy Browne of  WERU-FM, at the  Mainely Girls Annual Girls’ Conference, which was held on April 16th at Point Look Out.  The participants were middle school aged girls from several area schools.  More information about Mainely Girls is available at

    No Comments
  • Executive Producer/Host/Editor: Amy Browne

    Contributing Producer:  John Greenman

    Audio from the Bangor Region Chamber-Eaton Peabody gubernatorial debates, featuring the four remaining candidates in the race for the Democratic nomination for governor.  The debate took place on Monday, May 3rd, at Husson University.  Jim Morris, anchor and news director at WABI-TV 5 in Bangor, was the moderator for the forum.

    WERU’s John Greenman recorded the event.  It was edited for length (by Amy Browne) in order to fit in this time slot.

    No Comments