Baby Talk 11/16/06

Producer/host: Cathy Jacobs

Notes from the Electronic Cottage 11/16/06

Producer/host: Jim Campbell

Want to take a college level course but don’t have the wallet wherewithal to
do so at the moment? Don’t worry – the Internet has you covered. There are
hundreds of courses (and free textbooks to supplement them) available on the
web these days. We’ll take a look at some of the best sites to access free
college level courses on this edition of the Electronic Cottage.

Voices 11/15/06

Producer/host: Amy Browne

Shenna Bellows, Executive Director of the Maine Civil Liberties Union, speaking on the Military Commission Act, torture and treatment of prisoners, recorded by Eric Olsen at the University of Maine in October 2006

Common Health 11/15/06

Producer/host: Jim Fisher

Topic: Substance Abuse Through the Ages; How do substance abuse patterns change over the life course? How is substance abuse impacting public health? What environmental changes are needed to reduce substance abuse?

Dr. Lenard Kaye,
Ph.D., Professor of Social Work at the University of Maine School of Social Work and Director of the University of Maine Center on Aging in the College of Business, Public Policy & Health.

Ed Oechslie, M.A., ATR-BC, LCPC, a board certified art therapist and licensed clinical counselor, joined the staff as Executive Director of the Acadia Family Center in January 2006.

Earth Sense 11/15/06

BoatTalk 11/14/06

Producers/hosts: Mike Joyce and Alan Sprague
This edition dedicated to Gladys Butler, former first mate to Mount Desert Yacht Yard owner and Controversy designer Farnham Butler.

The talk was about the nature of doing work from “quick and dirty” to perfect, and choices and reasons as they relate to boat building.

Calls were about best boat designs, things to worry about when sailing around the world, seamanship, and appropriate boatbuilding materials and workmanship.

Call in show

Powerful Peace 11/13/06

Producer/host: Sonia Turanski

Positive change doesn’t always feel good right away

Weekend Voices 11/11/06

Producer/host: Amy Browne
Contributors: Mike Joyce, Eric Olsen, Ousman (theme music)
Topics: An interview with local Iraq war veteran Cpl. Brian Smith; Shenna Bellows, Executive Director of Maine Civil Liberties Union, on “Disappearing Civil Liberties, Abuse of Power, Post 9/11”