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CrossTalk's daily phone-in connects listeners from across Newfoundland and Labrador - and beyond.

CrossTalk's daily phone-in connects listeners from across Newfoundland and Labrador - and beyond.

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CrossTalk's daily phone-in connects listeners from across Newfoundland and Labrador - and beyond.

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English


Episodes

The MUSE

12/1/2022
Today you will meet the staff of the MUSE, Memorial University's student-run newspaper. You'll find out who they are and what they're covering. From tuition hikes to food insecurity and labor negotiations.

Duration:00:44:59

Rethinking Food Charity

11/30/2022
The goal is to find longer-term solutions to food insecurity. We will be joining a province-wide food program conversation that took place last weekend. UP first, we check back in with Josh Menchions, a local comedian and friend of the show, who has a story to tell us.

Duration:00:51:30

The author of "Our Environment's Friends" & Labrador's Homeless and Transient Population

11/29/2022
Today we are talking about Happy Valley-Goose Bay's growing homeless and transient population, We will cover the history, and hear about the latest on the situation. But first, the book is called Our Environment's Friends and I've got the author on the line.

Duration:00:51:29

Sleep and Wellness

11/29/2022
Today we're spending the full show on sleeping and wellness, with a slew of great folks lined up to answer your questions.

Duration:00:53:42

Grocery Deals & Breakfasts and Brunch in NL

11/27/2022
Author Jennifer Leigh Hill on her new book Recipes From the Rock's B&Bs, and we will hear from a couple of those B&Bs. Up first, you'll meet a guy whose hobby is trying to find you deals for when you go grocery shopping.

Duration:00:50:13

FGM Awareness and Giving Tuesday

11/23/2022
Today we are talking about the generosity movement called Giving Tuesday. We will hear from local nonprofits about how they're helping our communities. Up first a conversation about the need for awareness and support for survivors of female genital mutilation.

Duration:00:49:32

Indigenous Storytelling and Genetics in NL

11/22/2022
Today on the show we are talking about genetics and this province. You will hear about the Newfoundland curse, Texas vampires, and the latest from the Provincial Medical Genetics Program. Up first though a conversation about the importance of amplifying Indigenous literary voices and challenging their erasure.

Duration:00:51:21

Homesteading and Composting

11/21/2022
Have you gotten into backyard food growing or homesteading? Are you curious about it? We've got just the right people for this discussion. Joining us in studio we have Steve and Lisa McBride. Up first though, a story of two community compost projects who see lots of room to grow.

Duration:00:54:45

Fertility in Canada

11/20/2022
Today on the show, fertility. Specifically the fact that in Canada fertility affects one in six couples. Joining us in the studio is our CBC colleague producer Jen White and her husband Neil. Up first, we're talking to a local sketch comedy troupe Mom's Girls.

Duration:00:50:32

Newfoundland Quarterly's "Animal Friends" Issue

11/15/2022
The fall 2022 Newfoundland Quarterly is out and It's theme is Animal Friends. But first a check-in with Bridges to Hope and a conversation about food insecurity.

Duration:00:49:23

Climate Change

11/14/2022
The Sharm el-Sheikh Climate Change Conference, aka COP 27, is ongoing. Today we will take a look at what it means for us here in this province. My guest is Climate and Energy policy researcher Angela Carter. Up first though, Myth, folktales, and legends re-imagined in a contemporary world... in podcast form.

Duration:00:51:45

Politics Panel

11/13/2022
Today we are talking politics and taking a look at some of the big newsmakers of the past few months. Today we have Steve Crocker, Jim Dinn, and Barry Petten in the studio.

Duration:00:51:50

Remebrance Day Special

11/11/2022
Remebrance Day Special. Live from teh War Memorial in Downtown St.John's with commentary from Gary Browne Past Chair of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment Advisory Council and Jim Lynch also a past chair of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment Advisory Council.

Duration:01:30:07

Human Rights

11/9/2022
Everything from investigating and resolving complaints, to preventing workplace discrimination.

Duration:00:49:29

Hard Ticket

11/8/2022
Today on the show a bunch of hard tickets. Actually a bunch of authors, their work makes up the anthology Hard Ticket. We will explore the world of fiction writing today and what its impact can be in these current times we are living in. My main guest for today is the editor of Hard Ticket, professor Lisa Moore.

Duration:00:51:06

Heart Health

11/7/2022
Today on the show Cardiac Care & Post Heart Attack Living.

Duration:00:54:17

Equal Voice

11/6/2022
Building on the municipal political discussion from our Friday show, today we are talking about diversity. What a diversity of perspectives can bring to politics and why that matters.

Duration:00:50:32

Daylight Savings

11/2/2022
Are you ready for the clocks to fall back? First up though, live music photographer Sandra-Lee joined us to talk more about her star-studded exhibition.

Duration:00:50:56

Tech NL Medical Panel

11/2/2022
It is TechNL day here on the show and we are diving into Innovation in the Health Sector. We're asking how is innovation improving healthcare? We will also dig into what health tech companies mean for this province. We've got three health sector innovation experts hear in studio for the discussion

Duration:00:54:20

Home Heating

10/31/2022
The weather is getting colder, which means we are turning on the heat, and that can be really pricey. Today on the show I've got some experts to talk energy efficiency, tips, and rebates.

Duration:00:49:51