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Tuesday December 1st, 2020 5:56AM
LISTEN: DNA brings more family to the table
With all the people submitting their DNA to databases in search of their heritage, our families are getting bigger. Libby Copeland, author of "The Lost Family" spent her morning on Maine Street with Bill Maine talking about how this is changing the way we look at who we are and what to do if you discover an unknown relative.
11:40AM ( 1 week ago )
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LISTEN: A trip to Plymouth for the first Thanksgiving
Plymouth, Massachusetts celebrates the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower's arrival. Bill Maine spent time on Maine Street talking with Mayflower descendant Lia Filson about the first Thanksgiving and the challenges her ancestors faced both on the Mayflower and in the New World.
11:36AM ( 1 week ago )
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LISTEN: Chris Byrne The Toy Guy peeks in Santa's bag
What will the kids be asking from Santa this year? Chris Byrne, The Toy Guy, spends some playtime with Bill Maine on Mornings on Maine Street to tell us what's hot in Toyland this year.
9:58AM ( 1 week ago )
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LISTEN: Longmire author Craig Johnson talks "Next to Last Stand"
"Next to Last Stand" is the sixteenth novel in the Longmire series by Craig Johnson. Johnson took time to join Bill Maine on Mornings on Maine Street to talk about the new book and why Longmire continues to enjoy such popularity.
9:13AM ( 1 week ago )
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LISTEN: Bo Duke pays tribute to Bo Darville
John Schneider, Bo Duke of "Dukes of Hazzard" fame, dropped by Maine Street to talk about his movie "Stand on It". It's a tribute to "Smokey and the Bandit". Listen as Schneider tells Bill Maine the story of how he was actually in the movie.
11:47AM ( 1 week ago )
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LISTEN: COVID-19 Lockdowns on Trial
Michael Betrus, a coronavirus researcher, talks about the findings in his book "COVID-19: Lockdowns on Trial." Do lockdowns work? And what of face masks? Betrus discussed these and more with Bill Maine on Mornings on Maine Street.
9:44AM ( 1 week ago )
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LISTEN: David Baldacci talks "Daylight"
Atlee Pine is back in David Baldacci's "Daylight". Baldacci joined Bill on Maine Street to talk about Pine's latest in her quest to find out what happened to her sister.
9:30AM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: God Waits Outside
Michael Churchward was wrongfully thrown into a Turkish prison. The conditions were horrible and Churchward had many people advocating for him. Churchward shared his story with Bill Maine on Mornings on Maine Street including how was able to finally return to the U.S.A.
9:17AM ( 2 weeks ago )
LISTEN: Christmas bike program keeps pedaling
Greg Cochran of the Hall County Sheriff's Department joined Bill Maine on Mornings on Maine Street to talk about the annual Children's Christmas Bicycle program and how you can help them keep it rolling. For those who need to take advantage of the program, the deadline to register for your youngster to receive a bike is December 11,2020. Phone 770-531-7093 for details.
11:08AM ( 2 weeks ago )
WDUN Morning Show Archive
WDUN Morning Show
LISTEN: Congressman Buddy Carter joins Morning Talk
Carter spoke about the news of a potential COVID-19 vaccine.
9:30AM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: GA Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger talks election recount
Raffensperger joined WDUN's Morning Talk Monday.
9:30AM ( 2 weeks ago )
LISTEN: GA Public Service Commissioner Bubba McDonald talks upcoming runoff
McDonald joined WDUN's "Morning Talk" Thursday.
9:30AM ( 2 weeks ago )
Morning Talk Archive
Morning Talk
LISTEN: A pastor's perception of America sliding into socialism
Gary Dull with the American Pastors Network joins the show to discuss what he sees as America's gradual slide into a socialist state.
8:00PM ( 1 year ago )
Transportation Tip Thursday: Downtown parking tips
Caleb Hutchins talks with Gainesville Police Sgt. Kevin Holbrook to get some tips on parking in crowded downtown areas.
5:45PM ( 1 year ago )
Transportation Tip Thursday: Vehicle tips for cold weather
Caleb Hutchins talks with Bud Hughes of "Bud's Garage" about how to maintain your vehicle in cold conditions.
5:45PM ( 1 year ago )
Afternoon News Wrap Archive
Afternoon News Wrap
LISTEN: Bud's Garage 5/16/20 Seg 1
A tool set for electric vehicles; Mustang dragster with 1400 hp
11:04AM ( 6 months ago )
LISTEN: Bud's Garage 5/16/20 Seg 3
Randy Pobst guests.
11:00AM ( 6 months ago )
LISTEN: Bud's Garage 5/16/20 Seg 4
West Coast rigs vs. East Coast rigs; tool of the week: extraction socket sets
10:57AM ( 6 months ago )
Bud's Garage Archive
Bud's Garage
Sensitive patients have multiple flu vaccine options to prevent a "twin-demic"
Getting a jab of the flu vaccine isn’t that bad – for most of the population. But for those who are unsure of getting an annual flu shot due to negative reactions in the past, there are options to protect yourself as we head into the holidays.
12:30PM ( 3 days ago )
CDC panel meets Tuesday to vote on COVID-19 vaccine priority
A panel of U.S. advisers will meet next week to recommend who should be first in line for a COVID-19 vaccine
7:08PM ( 3 days ago )