April 30, 2014 11:51 am

Thursday May 1 on The Morning News:

At 6:45 we wrap up our month long look at the Tooth, the Whole Tooth, and nothing but the tooth. Dr. Joel Powell will be joining Paul Brothers to talk about Wisdom Teeth. Paul had all his Wisdom teeth removed back in 2007 so he’s well versed on the topic.

More than two months after Loretta Saunders was murdered, community members are gathering to discuss ways to improve the lives of aboriginal women in Nova Scotia. At 7:15 we’ll chat with Cheryl Maloney, President of the Nova Scotia Native Women’s Association about the Roundtable meeting held on Wednesday to discuss solutions to problems plaguing Aboriginal women and girls in Nova Scotia and across the country.

The award-winning theatre company Zuppa Circus is bringing its trademark theatrical style to two works by Anton Chekhov in their latest production. It’s a departure for the group who has garnered critical acclaim for its many original productions. At 7:45 members from the theatre ensemble give us a taste of what to expect from the two fast-paced comedies full of preposterous situations, miscommunication & pratfalls.

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All the kids who won their regional science fairs across the province are in Halifax this week to show off their winning projects at the Provincial Science Fair Showcase. While they’re here they’ll get to meet scientific professionals and check out the Discovery Centre to learn about careers in scientific fields. At 8:15 Paul will meet with a couple of students and check out their winning projects.

East Coast rockers “Alert the Medic” launch their third studio album, The Phantom Moves, this weekend at the Seahourse Tavern. The band joins us at 8:45 to talk about capturing their high-energy sound on the album with the help of producer and mentor Mike Turner of Crash Karma and performs their latest single “Echo and Fade”.
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