Doing Business 10/05/06

Host: Jane E Haskell, University of Maine Cooperative Extension

Topic: Transforming How We Work with Money

Anne Eaton, owner, Balanced Books 1054 Cape Jellison RD, Stockton Springs ME 04981 207-67-4156; aeaton@pivot.net

Frank Lehman, owner, Peregrine Tax Services 117 High ST., Belfast ME 04915 207-338-0932, 207-338-3986 (fax); franklehmanea@verizon.net

What does ‘transforming how we work with money’ mean to you in your business?

How does transforming how you work with money manifest itself in your vision for your business?

Voices 10/04/06

Producer/host: Amy Browne
Contributors: Cathy Melio, Denis Howard
Topics: Cathy Melio talks with two of the volunteers involved with producing the annual “Work of the Hand” craft show and sale in Rockport, Maine; Denis Howard talks with a visitor to WERU about her job in public radio in Sweden

Healthy Options 10/04/06

Host: Cynthia Swan
Guests: Laura Campbell, RN, songwriter, musician
Chandra Ma Hanoian, Medium, Spiritual Teacher/Counselor
Topic: Conversation about Death and Dying
Questions answered: What is Hospice?
What is Mediumship?
How can these two different but related topics help the dying and the living?

Powerful Peace 10/02/06

Host: Sonia Turanski

Highlighting empowering pieces of information, strategies, stories, and words of wisdom to help build a better tomorrow

What is Peace, Part 1: Peace doesn’t have to mean quiet

Weekend Voices 09/30/06

Producer/host: Amy Browne
Part 2 of special coverage of the Maine Peoples Alliance State Legislative Candidates forum held 9/19/06 at the Bangor Public Library.
Marge May kicks off her coverage of the U.S. Senate race in Maine

WERU Special Elections Call In 09/29/06

Host: Jill Goldthwait
Candidates and supporters called in to share their messages

RadioActive 09/28/06

Producers/hosts: Meredith DeFrancesco and Amy Browne
An interview with Doug Rawlings of Maine Veterans for Peace, the keynote speaker at the upcoming peace rally in Bangor, Maine
An update on the Passamaquoddy and Bureau of Indian Affairs legal situation

Voices 09/27/06

Producer/host: Amy Browne
Marge May interviews Dr. Neva Goodwin, a Co-Director of the Global Development and Environmental Institute of Tufts University in Massachusetts. Goodwin holds a Ph.D. in economics and a Master’s in Public Administration. She has strong roots in Maine, dividing her time between Mount Desert Island and Massachusetts. This interview was recorded in July 2006