Maine Watch with Jennifer Rooks
Maine Watch with Jennifer Rooks is Maine's only televised statewide public affairs program. It airs on MPBN Television Thursday evenings at 8:00 pm with rebroadcasts on Friday evenings at 8:30 pm and Sunday afternoons at 5:00 pm. An audio version of the program airs on MPBN Radio at 12:30 pm on Friday afternoons.Visit Maine Watch with Jennifer Rooks Website
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Labeling of genetically modified food and efforts to replace culverts were discussed.
How is the Maine National Guard affected by women serving in combat roles.
Discussions of White-Nose Syndrome and workers in Maine's blueberry fields.
Senator Angus King joined Jennifer in a discussion of the latest developments in Washingto
Pat Keliher and Mitchell Feigenbaum discussed concerns of Maine'selver fishery.
Dr. Ross Greene and Naomi Schalit of Maine Center for Public Interest Reporting
The State's plan to pay Maine's hospitals and the high cost of college.
Problem gambling, sequestration and the new book "The Swordfish Hunters" were discussed.
School vacation week at the Maine State Museum.
Speaker of the House Mark Eves gives a speech upon being sworn in on December 5, 2012.
Linda Welch is a Biologist with the US Fish and Wildlife Service.
Entomologist Jim Dill explains how to make a Fruit Fly trap.
Special Olympics Swim Meet of April 6, 2012 at Cape Elizabeth High School
Bates professor Aimee Bessire tells a story during "Slant"
Theo DeKonig demonstrates how to make Dutch Mussels while aboard his boat.
The Chef at Stanley Bridge Resort in PEI demonstrates how to make steamed mussels
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