Radio

  • Sidney's Story -
    30 minute documentary
  • After his wife died, Sidney Gould traveled a bit, took some bus tours, and puttered around the seniors complex where he lives. He did the kinds of things many older people do when they find themselves alone. But Sidney was searching for something more, and he didn't even know what it was until he walked through the doors of a dance studio in Halifax. Broadcast across Canada on the CBC Radio programs Maritime Magazine and In the Field.
  • Ground Support -
    30 minute documentary
  • Each Remembrance Day the veterans of Canada's Armed Forces gather at public squares and cenotaphs to honour their fallen comrades. But not all of them will go home when the ceremonies are over. Many of them don't have a home to go to. A Halifax-based group of veterans is walking the streets trying to help their brothers-in-arms. Broadcast across Canada on the CBC Radio programs Maritime Magazine and In the Field.
  • Surfing the Dartmouth Ferry -
    5 minute feature
  • Two intrepid canoeists brave frigid water and raw sewage to pursue the thrill they love - riding the wake of the Halifax-Dartmouth ferry.
  • Opera for Middle Schoolers -
    5 minute feature
  • A young music teacher inspires teenage girls to lift their voices in operatic style.
  • Indian Brook man charged with murdering toddler -
    1 minute news item
  • A father from the native reserve of Indian Brook was charged with the murder of his two-year-old son, leaving the community in shock.

Shaina applies a keen intelligence and solid work ethic to every assignment. While she generates original stories and treatments for particular programmes, she's also open to suggestions which improve the final product.

Costas Halavrezos, former host, CBC Maritime Noon