The Maine Monitor is pleased to host its own podcast and also help our partner podcasts reach a wider audience with the distribution of select episodes.
Maine Reckoning, The Monitor’s debut podcast, explores Black lives in Maine a year after the murder of George Floyd.
All podcasts published or syndicated by The Maine Monitor cover a variety of topics and spotlight Mainers from all walks of life.
We hope our podcasts help you connect with those that shape Maine, and inspires you to also shape Maine in your own way.
In this episode, Garrick Hoffman interviews a former urbanite who is conquering America’s trails as a hiker.
In this episode, author William Carpenter discusses the importance of better understanding and living within our natural systems.
In this episode, Garrick Hoffman interviews a breast cancer survivor as she becomes a mother and entrepreneur.
In this episode, authors Glen Libby and Toni Small discuss their book “Caught: Time, Place, Fish.”
One of the youngest to complete an 8,000-mile hike comprised of the three longest trails in America in a year joins the Intriguing Individuals Podcast.
Maine Reckoning reflects on the lives of Black Mainers since the George Floyd murder, asking a key question: Has anything changed? Episode three features Portland students Ruby and Ellis Jenkins-Henry.
In this episode, professor and maritime historian Lincoln Paine discusses Maine’s coastal history.
Miss Maine 2021 joins the Intriguing Individuals Podcast to discuss exploitation and human trafficking advocacy, and finding justice through art.
In this episode, author Christopher Packard discusses Maine’s rich folklore.
In this episode, historian Earl H. Smith discusses Maine’s rich invention and maker culture.
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