Welcome to

"GOOD MORNING, BELFAST!"

Our TV show is broadcast Tuesdays & Thursdays 8 to 9 a.m.

and other days and times on these Midcoast Maine media:

Belfast Community TV & Searsport Public TV

Camden / Rockland Maine Coast TV

Spectrum Cable Channel 1301 

Check these stations' daily schedules for exact broadcast times.

Our Recent Work

GOOD MORNING, BELFAST!

EPISODE #63, Week of March 11, 2019

George hosts the "Village Voices" segment of the program, in which he chats with local leaders and luminaries. Today, he interviews Jeri Vistein about her work to establish the Coyote Conservation Center of Maine. Kristin hosts "Arts by the Bay" and talks with Peter Yesis, fine painter. Our new segment, "SAVORING MAINE," shows viewers how to prepare and cook a lobster. The "In Business" segment features Steve Ryan as interviewer.

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EPISODE #64, Week of March 18, 2019

George hosts the "Village Voices" segment of the program, in which he chats with local leaders and luminaries. Today, he interviews Cynthia and Erik Anderson, poets and environmentalists. Kristin hosts "Arts by the Bay" and talks with Maryann Jacks about her Play It Forward Music Company. "SAVORING MAINE," shows viewers about Maine Maple Sunday and How to Tap Maple Tree. The "In Business" segment features Steve Ryan as interviewer.


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EPISODE #61, Week of Feb. 25, 2019

George hosts the "Village Voices" segment of the program and interviews Gerry Murphy, Radio Talk Show Host. The "In Business" segment features Steve Ryan as interviewer. Kristin hosts "Arts by the Bay" and talks with Arielle Greenberg, Belfast Poet Laureate. Our new segment, "SAVORING MAINE," takes viewers to Smith Log Smokehouse in Monroe, Maine.

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EPISODE #62, Week of March 4, 2019

George hosts the "Village Voices" segment of the program and interviews Rev. Joel Krueger of First Church in Belfast. The "In Business" segment features Steve Ryan as interviewer. Kristin hosts "Arts by the Bay" and talks with Amy Robbins Wilson, musician . Our new segment, "SAVORING MAINE," takes viewers to Edna Drinkwater School in Northport, Maine.


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EPISODE #59, Week of Feb. 11, 2019

George hosts the "Village Voices" segment of the program and interviews Jeremy Grant, videographer.  The "In Business" segment features Steve Ryan as interviewer. Kristin hosts "Arts by the Bay" and talks with Kim Yesis, novelist. Our new segment, "SAVORING MAINE," takes viewers to Chase Stream Farm in Monroe, Maine, to meet its owners Anne and Time Devin.

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EPISODE #60, Week of Feb. 18, 2019

George hosts the "Village Voices" segment of the program and interviews Brian Hughes. The "In Business" segment features Steve Ryan as interviewer. Kristin hosts "Arts by the Bay" and talks with Kim Yesis, novelist. Our new segment, "SAVORING MAINE," takes viewers to Chase Stream Farm in Monroe, Maine, to discover what's growing Tim's high tunnel.


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EPISODE #57, Week of Jan. 28, 2019

George hosts the "Village Voices" segment of the program and interviews members of the Belfast Climate Change Committee. The "In Business" segment features Steve Ryan as interviewer. Kristin hosts "Arts by the Bay" and talks with Maine Farmland Trust Outreach Director, Ellen Sabina.

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EPISODE #58, Week of Feb. 4, 2019

George hosts the "Village Voices" segment of the program and interviews Sheriff Jeff Trafton. The "In Business" segment features Steve Ryan as interviewer. Kristin hosts "Arts by the Bay" and talks with Maine Farmland Trust Outreach Director, Ellen Sabina.


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EPISODE #55, Week of Jan. 14, 2019

George hosts the "Village Voices" segment of the program and interviews Rolf Olsen, photographer. The "In Business" segment features Steve Ryan as interviewer. Kristin hosts "Arts by the Bay" and talks with Gary Rainford, poet

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EPISODE #56, Week of Jan. 21, 2019

George hosts the "Village Voices" segment of the program and interviews Councilor Mary Mortier. The "In Business" segment features Steve Ryan as interviewer. Kristin hosts "Arts by the Bay" and talks with Gary Rainford, poet


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EPISODE #53 Week of Dec 31, 2018

George hosts the "Village Voices" segment of the program and interviews Mary Mortier, Belfast City Councilor. The "In Business" segment features Steve Ryan as interviewer. Kristin hosts "Arts by the Bay" and talks with Lincoln Blake, musician.

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EPISODE #54, Week of Jan. 7, 2019

George hosts the "Village Voices" segment of the program and interviews Rev. Ted Kanellakis. The "In Business" segment features Steve Ryan as interviewer. Kristin hosts "Arts by the Bay" and talks with Lincoln Blake, musician.

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EPISODES #51 & #52, Weeks of Dec. 17 & 24, 2018

These episodes of Good Morning, Belfast! feature Midcoast Ukes under the direction of Jeff Weinberger. They perform a joyous medley of holiday tunes in the Sanctuary of the First Church in Belfast. Thanks to Rev. Joel Krueger for his kind and generous support of our community television show. 


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EPISODE #49, Week of Dec. 3, 2018

George hosts the "Village Voices" segment of the program and interviews Zachary Schmesser, Executive Director of Our Town Belfast. The "In Business" segment features Colby Horne of Colburn Shoe Store. Kristin hosts "Arts by the Bay" and talks with Sacha Kutsy of The Belfast Maskers.





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EPISODE #50, Week of Dec. 10, 2018

George hosts the "Village Voices" segment of the program and interviews Mac Herlling, artist and writer. The "In Business" segment features Lynn Boyton, owner of GRF Real Estate and Goose River Farms . Kristin hosts "Arts by the Bay" and talks with Lesley and Tom Moore, Poet Laureate.


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EPISODE #47, Week of Nov. 12, 2018

George hosts the "Village Voices" segment of the program and interviews Rev. Joel Krueger of First Church of Belfast about its 200th anniversary celebration. The "In Business" segment features Frank LaSeta of Home Watch. Kristin hosts "Arts by the Bay" and talks with musical duo, Me & Martha.







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EPISODE #48, Weeks of Nov. 19 & 26, 2018

 George hosts the "Village Voices" segment of the program and interviews Norm Poirier, Director of Belfast Parks and Recreation Dept. The "In Business" segment features Chris Quimby of Midcoast iPhone Repair.  Kristin hosts "Arts by the Bay" and talks with Kate Sweater of Dwaal Lighting Designs.


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EPISODE #45, Week of Oct. 29, 2018

George hosts the "Village Voices" segment of the program and interviews local business leaders, Lisa and Alex Pelling, founders of the Belfast Boat Mafia. The "In Business' segment features Neal Parent, owner of Parent Gallery. Kristin hosts "Arts by the Bay" and talks with Maggie Goscinski, actor and PR coordinator for the Cold Comfort Theater.

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EPISODE #46, Week of Nov. 5, 2018

George hosts the "Village Voices" segment of the program and interviews Alivia Moore, "A Family for ME" Maine foster home recruiter. The "In Business' segment features Alice & Nick Seeger, owners of Chez Seeger. Kristin hosts "Arts by the Bay" and talks with Amanda Cooney & Sheila Caldwell, practitioners of a Belfast-based holistic healing yoga studio.


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EPISODE #43, Week of Oct. 15, 2018

George hosts the "Village Voices" segment of the program and interviews today's local leader, Scott Hawthorne, President and CEO of Mathews Brothers Company. Today's "In Business segment features George and Steve Ryan, Executive Director of the Chamber of Commerce, talking about the Candidates' Forum. Kristin hosts "Arts by the Bay" and talks with Robert Retstino, book author.

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EPISODE #44, Week of Oct. 22, 2018

George hosts the "Village Voices" segment of the program and interviews today's local leader, Dr. Paul Mazur, Internist at the Waldo County General Hospital. The "In Business' segment features Dee Bielenberg, owner of  City Drawers & Man On Main, retail clothing stores. Kristin hosts "Arts by the Bay" and talks with Maggie Goscinski, actor and PR coordinator for the Cold Comfort Theater.


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EPISODE #41, Week of Oct. 1, 2018

George hosts the "Village Voices" segment of the program and interviews today's local leader, Christopher Bond, Director of Unity College's McKay Farm and Research Station. The "In Business" segment features Nancy davies Tang, Manager of Belfast Harbor Artisan. Kristin hosts "Arts by the Bay" and talks with a fine Belfast-area poet.

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EPISODE #42, Week of Oct. 8, 2018

George hosts the "Village Voices" segment of the program and interviews today's local leader, Zachary Schmesser, Executive Director of Our Town Belfast. The "In Business" segment features Steve Ryan talking with Chris Coleman, Owner of Stonecrest Events and Blue Goose Insurance. Kristin hosts "Arts by the Bay" and talks with Rev. Stephen Smith, painter


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EPISODE #39, Week of Sept. 17, 2018

George hosts the "Village Voices" segment of the program and interviews today's local luminary,  Ned Lightner, Station manager of Belfast Community TV.  The "In Business" segment  features SCORE Mentor, George Frangoulis. Kristin hosts "Arts by the Bay" and talks with Aynne Ames, founder and director of the Cold Comfort Theater . 

GOOD MORNING, BELFAST!

EPISODE #40, Week of Sept. 24, 2018

George hosts the "Village Voices" segment of the program and interviews today's local luminary, Mike Hurley, Belfast City Councilor. The "In Business" segment features Chad Otis and Laura Lougheed of Rollies Catering Services. Kristin hosts "Arts by the Bay" and talks with Jerri Finch painter and owner of Finch Gallery.


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EPISODE #37, Week of Aug. 13, 2018

This is a special episode that finds George and Kristin Frangoulis visiting the 23rd annual "Arts in the Park" festival on the Belfast waterfront. This year's festival features 123 exhibitors. Today, the co-hosts George and Kristin walk about and talk with 13 artists and craftspeople about their fine works. These artistic folks include fine painters, wood carvers,  chair, doll, and walking stick  makers, as well a cook/creator of delicious jams and jellies.

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EPISODE #38, Week of Sept. 10, 2018

After a month's break from the show to enjoy part of a Maine summer, George interviews featured guest, Rev. Joel Krueger, the pastor of the First Church in Belfast United Church of Christ. The Church celebrates its 200th anniversary this year. In this show, Steve Ryan Director of the Chamber of Commerce interviews Jillian Liversidege, Development Coordinator for Stockton Springs Harbor.  Also, Kristin goes back to school  with Arlin Larson and Lila Nation of Belfast's Senior College.


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EPISODE #35, JULY 31 & August 2, 2018

This episode of Good Morning, Belfast! features guest Alex Allmayer-Beck, Executive Director of Gary Owen House. The In Business guest is Frank LaSeta. Kristin Frangoulis interviews Larraine Brown, Executive Director of Belfast Creative Coalition

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EPISODE #36, AUGUST 7 & 9, 2018

Today's featured guest is Dale Cross, CEO of the Waldo County YMCA, who is retiring at the end of August 2018. Our In Business guest is Kristin Wentworth Colson. The Arts by the Bay guest is the musical duo, Me & Martha. 

Our Recent Work

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EPISODE #33, JULY 17 & 19, 2018

Our first guest on today's show is Cloe Chunn, Naturalist, Activist and Teacher. She talks with George about working with the Belfast Bay Watershed Coalition, as well as other community environmental organizations and area schools. Kristin talks with Claudia Luchetti, President of the Celtic Celbration. The 'In Business' segment features Astrig and Steve Tanguay of Searsport Shores Camp Ground.

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EPISODE #34, JULY 24 & 26, 2018

Today's first guest is Malcolm Brooks, Documentary Somgwriter, who talks with George about his passion composing and performing original tunes that tell stories about people's lives. Arts by the Bay with Kristin features guest, Ellen Sander, poet and writer. Today's 'In Business' segment features,  Rachel Epperly, whose new business  provides full service photography and videography in Belfast.


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EPISODE #31, JULY 3 & 5, 2018

Today's episode of Good Morning, Belfast! features Steve Ryan, Executive Director of the Belfast Area Chamber of Commerce, and talks bout the show's new segment, "In-Business." This segment also features Kristine Wentworth Colson, Partner of Wentworth Event Center. Kristin interviews painter, Sally Brophy, who is also a partner in the new Belfast art gallery, Local Color .

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EPISODE #32, JULY 10 & 12, 2018

In this program, we present an encore interview with Lisa and Alex Pelling, young married entrepreneurs, who have launched a water taxi business on Belfast Harbor. Our new 'In Business' segment features Patti and Jim LeClaire. Kristin talks with writer, Dale Hueppchen, about his new novel, "The Kid's Last American Adventure."

Our Recent Work

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EPISODE #29, JUNE 19 & 21, 2018

Guests in this episode include the following: Meg Klingelhofer, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Waldo County; Judy Erickson, Belfast Theater Guru; Steve Ryan interviews Frank LaSeta on the inaugural episode of "In Business."

GOOD MORNING, BELFAST!

EPISODE #30, JUNE 26 & 28, 2018

The featured guest in this episode is  Rolf E. Olsen, Vice President for Friends of Sears Island, who talks with host, George Frangoulis. 

Sara Brand-New talks with Kristin about yoga and knitting. 


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EPISODE #27, JUNE 5 & 7, 2018

This week's guests include Hank Reisner and Jonathan Beal, who talk with George about helping to organize the City of Belfast Climate Change Committee. Kristin's guest is Steve Weston, Artistic Director of the Midcoast Community Chorus (MCC). Steve talks about his life teaching and performing music; he announces the MCC's 10th Anniversary Concert on June 16 at Camden Hills High School.

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EPISODE #28, JUNE 12 & 14, 2018

This week's episode of the show features George's guest Denise Pendleton, Coordinator for the Waldo Reads (waldoreads.org) Literacy Program. Steve Weston returns and continues his discussion with Kristin about his life studying, teaching and performing music. He also shares information about MCC's 10th Anniversary Concert on June 16 at 7 p.m. at Camden Hills High School in Rockport, Maine.


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EPISODE #25, MAY 29, 2018

Today's episode feature musician, Jeff Weinberger, as well as Lisa Leaverton. Jeff talks with George about performing on and teaching the ukelele. Lisa is the founder of "elbow room productions," a young theatrical venture with performances at the Waterfall Arts Center.  

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EPISODE #26, MAY 31, 2018

Today, George speaks with Lisa and Alex Pelling, two British entrepreneurs, who are starting a Belfast-based business. It offers Belfast Harbor cruises in a converted lobster boat, "Back and Forth." Kristin continues her conversation about theater with Lisa Leaverton.


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EPISODE #23, MAY 22, 2018

On today's episode of Good Morning, Belfast, George and Kristin visit the Edna Drinkwater School in Northport, Maine. George talks with science teacher, John VanDis and 5th grade teacher, Abbey Plummer, about the this year's outdoor garden and their greenhouse. Kristin talks with art teacher, Kim Gatz about the upcoming spring musical "Sleeping Beauty."

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EPISODE #24, MAY 24, 2018

Today George and Kristin are on the road again in Northport, Maine. They talk with the owners of the one-year-old restaurant, The Hoot, Anna Wagner and John Poto, with their three month old son, Owen. The restaurant celebrates its 1st birthday on June 15, 2018. Kristin also talks with writer, Elizabeth Garber, about her upcoming memoir.


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EPISODE #21, MAY 15, 2018

Special guests on today's show include Waldo County Sheriff, Jeffery Trafton, and local poet, Jim Owen. Sheriff Trafton is running for re-election on the November 2018 ballot; he spoke of his 34 years of experience and accomplishments in law enforcement, as both Chief of Police for Belfast, and as Sheriff of Waldo County. Jim Owen talked about living in Belfast, sailing on Penobscot Bay, and writing poetry. 

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EPISODE #22, MAY 17, 2018

Today our guests include The Rev. Theodore Kanellakis, Episcopal Priest, living in Midcoast Maine, and former police officer in New York City. He talked about growing up as a second generation Greek-American in Brooklyn, becoming an ordained Episcopal priest, and moving with his wife and daughter to Maine. Father Ted is joined by local poet, Jim Owen, who reads more of his inspiring and moving verse.


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EPISODE #19, MAY 8, 2018

The first guest on this episode of Good Morning, Belfast! is Christine LeGore, who is an activist-volunteer for the Midcoast Resorative Justice Mentoring Program. Chris tells George about the program's mission and goals, and she shares stories about the youthful and adult offenders she has guided over 10 years. Today's "Arts by the Bay" guest is Trudy Price, who talks with Kristin about her life and book, "The Cows are Out!"

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EPISODE #20, MAY 10, 2018

Today, Jon Nappa, Founder and Executive Director of Storm Warriors International talks about his Maine-based organization; SWI's purpose is to help people in crisis, by working in areas of sex trafficking, critically needed medical supplies, children and families grieving tragic loss, recovering addicts and other vital areas of human need. Trudy Price continues talking about her 23 years on a Waldo County dairy Farm.


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EPISODE #17, MAY 1, 2018

During this episode of Good Morning, Belfast! George Frangoulis, the show's host, talks with Norm Poirier, Director of Belfast Parks and Recreation. Kristin Frangoulis, host of "Arts By the Bay" talks with poet, Elizabeth Garber.

GOOD MORNING, BELFAST!

EPISODE #18, MAY 3, 2018

George's guest on this program is Meghan Vigeant, oral historian and documentarian; her business is called Stories to Tell. Kristin continues her conversation with Elizabeth Garber, who talks about her upcoming book, "Implosion."

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