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'Morning Talk' weekdays from 8 to 10 am and rebroadcast at 2 and 8 pm

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Radio Replays Morning Talk 8—2—8

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We have been experimenting lately with how to provide some key elements of our radio programming. Morning Talk, heard from 8 to 10 am on weekdays, is a modified talk show with some compelling live interviews.


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Broadcast Schedule


Weekdays 8 to 10 amMorning Talk with Bill Martin. Phone 902-614-3000 to talk live about issues, news items, or simply to request a song. Click HERE to listen.

The live program is recorded each morning and replayed at 2:00 pm and again at 8:00 pm.

Sunday afternoons at 2 pm, listen for Saturday Night in a Harbour Town, a unique program from veteran broadcaster and personality Eric MacEwen. After more than fifty years of talking with the world, while amassing a collection of traditional East Coast music, Eric presents a virtual Kitchen Party rich in music and full of tales, some of which might even be true. It is Eric's program, produced at his home in Canoe Cove, PEI, directly across the Northumberland Strait from our Pugwash studios. Click HERE to listen.

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Music Schedule

• 7:45 am to noon - Golden Oldies

• Noon to 4 pm - Countrified

• 4 pm to 7 pm - Golden Oldies

• 7 pm to 8 am - Classic Rock

• Sunday 7:45 am to noon - For the Faithful

• Sunday at 2 pm - Saturday Night in a Harbour Town


This is a work in progress. Early efforts with streaming services have proved to be too amateurish to qualify as TV. However, keep an eye out for a growing feed of video clips attached to our news stories.

The internet based tech for community journalism is growing quickly and we aim to be part of the next wave.

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