Hunting & Fishing: December 16th, 2013

This week on Blunt we are talking about hunting and fishing laws, the opposition to hunting, and a program called Hunters For The Hungry.

We’ll be talking with David Trahan from Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine, Jason Hall from Hunters for the Hungry, Lucy Van Hook from Maine Fishermen’s Association, and John Ford a former Maine warden.


Since 1994 — nearly 20 years — Blunt Youth Radio has provided direct media access for the youth of Southern Maine. Every week, high school age youth from the Portland area, both free and incarcerated, work together to create a live show from scratch, taking on topics that they care about, from their own perspectives. At Blunt, young people handle all aspects of show production: reporting, on-air hosting, selecting topics, locating guests, studio production, and broadcast engineering. Blunt also has an on-going outreach project with youth incarcerated by the State of Maine. Our program is the winner of thirteen regional and national broadcasting awards. Work produced by Blunt has aired on NPR, the BBC, Marketplace, and This American Life, among others.

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LGBTQIA+ Issues: October 7th 2013

Join us this week with hosts Olivia Bradstreet and Iris SanGiovanni as they discuss LGBTQIA+ issues and youth issues. Joining them are Sarah Osgood, program coordinator for Portland Outright, and Meghan Brodie, assistant professor at USM with Women and Gender Studies who teaches queer drama. With features by Iris SanGiovanni, Adam Bradstreet, and Gaby Ferrell.01 Blunt_Queer_Identities_10-7-13

Geek Culture In Maine: July 8


On this weeks show, we are talking about Geek Culture In Maine. With the recent growth of geek culture, geek cons, and community history role-playing, we are going to be talking to guests ranging from Stephen King geeks, to Con organizers. With our hosts, Adam and Olivia Bradstreet, and a piece by Matt Osman and Iris Sagiovanni, talking to a local comic store, and about their own con.Geek Culture