Sunday, April 5, 2009
Friday, March 6, 2009
Local business owners Charles Hamilton of Coastline Confections Jon Pert of Entertain Ya Mania were in the studio to talk about their businesses, which will be featured at this year's New England Products Trade Show, the annual gathering of manufacturers of giftware and specialty food items from Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont.
On the show today, Ray maintained that no elected leader serving today will be remembered in 100 years, with the exception of Barack Obama, who he says will be remembered as our first black president rather than his accomplishments. Do you agree? Sound off in the comments section.
Thursday, March 5, 2009
Film advocates Cameron Bonsey and Barney Martin came by to talk about the film adaptation of Stephen King's novel Bag of Bones, which the filmmakers are lobbying to produce here in Maine. Bonsey and Martin talked about a meeting the filmmakers had with Gov. Baldacci yesterday trying to negotiate incentives for the film industry.
Jason Gibbons (a.k.a. "The White Shadow") of the Harlem Superstars was in the studio to talk about the work his team is doing with kids and to perform a few tricks with the ball.
Ray discusses these guests in the audio post below, and serves up a sneak peak of tomorrow's show. Give it a listen.
Wednesday, March 4, 2009
Matt Jacobson of Maine and Company was in the studio to talk about how energy issues are impeding efforts to bring businesses to Maine.
Ray discusses these guests, and serves up a sneak peek of tomorrow's show, in the audio post below. Give it a listen.
Monday, March 2, 2009
Adjutant General Bill Libby of the Maine National Guard stopped by for an unscheduled visit during the snowstorm, and talked over several topics with Ray and Ted, including healthcare options for veterans.
Dave Maddox of the Weather Channel called in to tell us what to expect from this latest snowstorm in Maine.
Friday, February 20, 2009
Deputy Chief Jason Moen of the Auburn Police Department calls into the studio to talk about the department's Facebook page, which the department recently used to help solve a burglary case.
Alan Cartwright executive director of the Susan Curtis Foundation, and Emily Wever director of Camp Susan Curtis, were in the studio to talk about the work they do with impoverished children of Maine.
Kris Dorer of Maine Handicapped Skiing was on the show to talk about her organization, a program that teaches adaptive sports activities to people with physical disabilities.
Republican operative Roy Lenardson joined the show to talk about various issues, including Nancy Pelosi's visit with the Pope.
John Williams of Williams Broadcasting joined the show to talk about this weekend's ski conditions and upcoming NASCAR events.
Ray talks about all these guests, and serves up a sneak peek at next week's lineup, in the audio post below. Give it a listen.
Monday, February 9, 2009
Also on the show, Father Jonathan Morris of FOX News called in to talk about his new book, The Promise, which explores why people suffer in this world.
Jeff Monroe, director of the Yarmouth International Airport in Nova Scotia, stopped by the studio, along with Starlink Aviation's Brenda Libby to talk about new air service being offered between Portland, Maine and Nova Scotia.
Ray comments on all of the above in the audio post below.