Monday, May 12, 2014

My last broadcast in Halifax: Audio

A week ago, I got to do something many broadcasters are never allowed to do: say goodbye to an audience. A lot of on-air jobs end suddenly with a layoff or format change, and people don't know that their last show is their last show. I knew in advance that I'd be leaving the company, so I was able to wrap up gracefully.

Here's the audio from my last day, May 5, 2014, filling in on The Rick Howe Show.

Councillors on the Hot Seat with HRM Councillors Brad Johns and Russell Walker.

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NDP MP for Halifax, Megan Leslie talks to us about missing and murdered aboriginal woman. Peter Stoffer, NDP MP Sackville—Eastern Shore talks to us about the 69th anniversary of the liberation of the Netherlands. Richard Zurawski drops by for another edition of The Science Files.

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Richard Zurawski drops by for another edition of The Science Files. Susan MacAskill, MADD Canada Chapter Services Manager Atlantic Region talks to us about the Nova Scotia government’s decision to enforce the five year alcohol ban on new drivers. We discuss fracking with Stephanie Merrill Director of Freshwater Protection Program and spokesperson on shale gas at the Conservation Council of New Brunswick.

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Emilie Chiasson from Ovarian Cancer Canada talks to us about World Ovarian Cancer Day. April Hubbard, board member of the Nova Scotia Midwifery Coalition tells us about Midwives Day. Today is Scott’s last day at News 95.7 and he would like to know you'd miss about the Maritimes if you had to leave. Historian Peter Twohig gives us an interesting history lesson. Scott says goodbye.

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