RadioActive 4/12/07

Producers/hosts: Amy Browne and Meredith DeFrancesco

Topics: Final segment of the Don Pablo Alvarenga series.  Don Pablo Alvarenga is a historian in the town of Cinquera, Cabañas, El Salvador.  In this final segment he talks about some of the issues facing El Salvador’s people today.  Recorded January 2007.  Translated by Jesse Dyer Stewart
Also, Cathy Mink of Waldo County gives an update on efforts to impeach George Bush and Dick Cheney (www.maineimpeach.org)

Writer’s Forum 4/12/07

Producers/hosts: Betty Duff and Joan Clemons

The World Around Us 4/12/07

Producer/host: Sarah O’Malley

Topic: Wood frogs

Voices 4/10/07

Producer/host: Amy Browne

Topics: Pat LaMarche talks about her book, “Left Out in America: The State of Homelessness in the U.S.” (2006, Upala Press), which describes her experiences staying in homeless shelters and on the streets during her 2004 campaign as the Green Party candidate for Vice President, about her new column in the Bangor Daily News, and answers questions about her future political plans. Filmmaker Tom Jackson (“Greetings from Missile Street”) talks about his latest film “Out of Balance: ExxonMobil’s Impact on Climate Change”. He is traveling with the film and will be in Maine later this month.

BoatTalk 4/10/07

Producers/hosts: Mike Joyce and Alan Sprague

Today’s show dedicated to Jimmy Steele, Brooklin, Maine, Pea pod builder, passed away in March

Topics: Would any self-respecting lobster fisherman be seen in a catamaran? Are kayaks speed bumps on the water? Info on the 7th annual paddle smart symposium and Diver Ed’s underwater tours of Bar Harbor, Maine

Guests: Eddie Monet, Diver Ed, Bar Harbor, Maine; Karen Francoeur, Castine (Maine) Kayak Adventures

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Blue Hill Science 4/10/07

Student: Ramsay Williamson

Topic: Water Pollution

Going and Doing 4/10/07

Producer/Host: John Greenman

Fangak #6

FMI: www.sudantbproject.org

Weekend Voices 4/7/07

Producer/host: Amy Browne

Contributers: Joel Mann, Blue Hill Consolidated School 7th and 8th grade science classes, today featuring Ramsey Williamson
Topics: An interview with Logan Perkins of Protect Maine’s Farmers, about LD1650, “An Act to Amend the Laws Concerning Genetically Engineered Plants and Seeds”, An update on the construction and demolition debris incineration issues in the region from Hillary Lister of CAPIT (Citizens Against Pollution in Town), as well as information about LD1061, “An Act to Accept the Determination of Public Opinion on Municipal Projects”; Debbie Melinkas gives us a sneak preview of the upcoming American Folk Festival; A new short feature “Blue Hill Science” produced by the 7th and 8th grade science classes from Blue Hill Consolidated School

FMI: www.protectmainefarmers.org; CAPIT- call 207-649-5980 or email sterren@brandeis.edu; www.americanfolkfestival.com; www.maine.gov(for pending bill information)