Talk of the Towns 09/22/06

Host: Ron Beard

Candidates running for Maine Governor this fall, and/or their campaign spokespeople, share the hour

RadioActive 09/21/06

Hosts: Amy Browne and Meredith DeFrancesco
Coverage of International Peace Day actions in support of the Declaration of Peace at Senator Olympia Snowe’s office in Bangor, Maine where 11 activists were eventually arrested for refusing to leave (because Snowe would not respond to their repeated attempts to communicate with her)

Note: Beginning/introduction clipped—this recording joins the show in progress

Baby Talk 09/21/06

Host: Cathy Jacobs
Topic: The DIR model (Floortime)
What is the DIR model of working with children with special needs?
What is Floortime?
How can parents use the model?
Guests: Kim Formby, O.T., Maine Coast Memorial Hospital;
Lorraine Ehlers-Flint, psychologist in private practice

Notes from the Electronic Cottage 09/21/06

Host/Producer: Jim Campbell

Electronics acronyms revisited

Voices 09/20/06

Producer/host: Amy Browne
A special baby shower that took place in Hancock, Maine on Sunday to welcome a baby and show support for the mother who survived a racist assault in Hancock on September 9th; A conversation about food sovereignty in Maine, with Rob Fish of GE(GeneticEngineering)Free Maine
Theme music: Ousman

Common Health 09/20/06

Host: Jim Fisher
Topic: Schools and Health
What are some of the big issues for health in schools?
What initiatives do we have in Maine to promote healthier schools?
How do we meet the needs of disabled students?
Guests: David Stockford, Policy Director, Maine Dept. of ED and Susan Berry, Health Educator, Bucksport
Call in show

EarthSense 09/20/06

Host: Phil Bailey

Indigenous Voices 09/19/06

Hosts: Rhonda Frey and Meredith DeFrancesco
In her own words: Jean Moore, Penobscot Tribal member and mother of the late John Stephen Moore talks about the mysterious circumstances surrounding her son’s death following the 1973 AIM (American Indian Movement) incident at Wounded Knee, South Dakota
Guests: Tim Love, Penobscot Tribal Member and former Tribal Governor and member of AIM; Jean Moore, Penobscot Tribal member

Some of AIMs history
The use of FBI infiltrators to discredit and crush the AIM movement
The ambiguous responsibility and knowledge of AIM and the FBI concerning John Moore’s death and the authorities lack of follow up