This week on the ‘Fax: One Match helps save the life of a little girl; pilot boats get recognized for their important duties; the hug train brings a difference to those across Canada and the U.S.
Watch the whole show, or check it out here in the web preview!
CORRECTION: The web preview script suggests that Reese Hawkins is a potential donor in the OneMatch program. In fact, she was a recipient.
To learn more about Sarah Lawrynuik’s story on OneMatch, click here
For more on Jennifer Grudic’s story on Pilot Boats, including an interview with Atlantic Pilotage Authority CEO Captain Anthony McGuinness, click here.
Web-only report – (to come) Matt Gray reports from the annual vigil for World AIDS Day.
The Santa Quest pictures provided by Tell Tale Productions
The ‘fax was on the move this week. We followed Morris House on its journey up Gottingen and trekked out to Bedford for a look at the construction of a new indoor tennis centre. To find out where else we went, check out the short version of this week’s show from Beth Hendry.
Hosts: Nick Ritcey and Colin McPhail
WATCH THE FULL SHOW HERE
Online-only extras from the’fax:
Chemistry and psychology aren’t what you think of when you go to a magic show. But, they’re tricks of the trade for magicians. Tari Wilson checks it out.
Last Sunday, Deep Water Church was performing an old religious tradition with a new twist, Elise Palmer reports.
Eric Mutrie rocked out to the Chili Peckers during an audition for a new bassist.
This week on the’fax, our stories include a local look at the United States election, a new city council’s first meeting, a zombie uprising over tuition costs, vinyl resurgence and much more.
Hosts: Christian Pollard & Dorian Geiger
For more web exclusive content and a preview of what’s to come on the’fax…
Leena Ali looks at a pumpkin carving tradition.
Kate Howell shows us how tattoo guns are prepped.
Chris Putnam takes us into art conservation and what the average person can do to care for their art.
Matt Woodman spends some time with one of Halifax’s most famous donair makers.
Aaron Williams gives us a look at the life of a ferry boat captain.
Christian Pollard helps demonstrate just how to keep your skates properly sharpened.
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This week we’ve got our first full length episode of the new year.
New stories that you might not find anywhere else.
In a special report this week, we looked at some of the risks in gay cruising.
In other stories: the biggest exhibition in town, problems in homeless shelters and an unusual fair for people considering divorce.
Watch the trailer or click on the link below for the full show.
Web Trailer Producer/ Host: Julia Greer Black
Watch us Thursday nights at 7:30pm on Eastlink TV.
Or at your convenience watch the show online, hosted by Rebecca Spence and Gwyneth Dunsford. This week’s producers: Meredith Bailey and Justin Mahoney.
Web Only Content: More from the stories we covered this week.
Following two robberies over the holidays, Justin Mahoney and Stephanie Directo investigated the world of gay cruising in Halifax…and its dangers, even online.
Sue the T-Rex opened to the public on Saturday, but Jordana Levine watched the dinosaur being put together. She also spoke to several first-graders who got to see Sue first. Learn more about the construction and what the kids had to say.
Rebecca Spence learned how to fashion a fake wedding cake out of fondant icing and Styrofoam.
This week on the ‘fax:
We preview the arrival of a T-Rex named Sue at the Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History.
A birthday celebration at a beach… in January!
And students at NSCAD craft a different way to protest rising tuition fees.
Watch the full show, hosted by Liz Brown and Stephanie Directo and Produced by Alex Botes.
Check out all this and way more on Thursday at 7:30 pm on EastLink TV.
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Tagged Halifax NS, Museum of Natural History, NSCAD, Polar Bear Dip, school of journalism, Sue, T-Rex, the'fax, tuition, University of King's College
Check out what the television workshop is working on, right now. Producer: Ariane Guerin
Catch us on air Thursday evenings from 7:30 to 8 p.m. on Eastlink channel 10.
Get the short version by checking out the trailer below.
Watch the whole show here, or check out individual reports and additional online elements in the list below.
Value Added Content:
Watch an interview with Jason Eisener, as he talks about the genesis of The Thrillema, a series of screenings of classic action, horror and sci-fi movies.
On Wednesday ex-NHL player Mike Danton scored his first goal as a member of the Saint Mary’s Huskies just a week after he held his first press conference. More from his conference can be seen here.