This week we have our full interview with Juliana L’Heureux. Juliana is a prolific writer who has published a new article every week for over thirty years. While thinking up ideas for the show Jesse came across an article she recently wrote titled “What to Call Ourselves”. He thought it would be a fantastic starting point for an interesting conversation. Read more of her blogs for the Bangor Daily News here. Also follow her Maine Writer blog.
This week Jesse introduces our next guest Juliana L’Heureux. Juliana has been writing a new article every week for over thirty years. She recently wrote an article titled “What to Call Ourselves” and Jesse thought it would be a fantastic starting point for an interesting conversation. For a bonus clip he asks how to properly pronounce her name and she explains the meaning of her name. Check back next week for the full interview.
This week we have the full interview with Tim Beaulieu. Tim is a trustee at the Franco-American Centre in Manchester, NH, and the Event Organizer of NH PoutineFest. He was recently named to the New Hampshire Union Leader’s 40 Under Forty list. Tim discusses how he rediscovered his French-Canadian roots and dives into two upcoming events, NH PoutineFest and the Franco-American Heritage Game. You can follow NH PoutineFest on Twitter and Facebook.”
Tickets to PoutineFest go on sale Saturday March 23rd. Click here to buy tickets
This week we have a preview of our episode with Tim Beaulieu. Tim is a trustee at the Franco-American Centre in Manchester, NH, and the Event Organizer of NH PoutineFest and was recently named to the Union Leaders 40 under 40 list. Tim also corrects Jesse how to properly pronounce his last name and why that’s so important to him. You can also follow NH PoutineFest on Twitter and Facebook
Where to find the show!!
We’re going to try and upload the podcast to YouTube each week so everyone has another place to listen easily. We don’t record any video so you’ll have a nice behind the scenes image for each video.
Episode Zero is here!! In this episode you’ll get to know our host Jesse Martineau and his inspiration for starting this show and what he hopes to achieve with it. Welcome to The French-Canadian Legacy.
We also have some news about where to find the show. As always we will be on Sound Cloud but we’re also on Stitcher, Spotify, Google Play Music and Castbox. We’ve also been approved on Apple Podcasts, so you can search for us on iTunes or if you use the podcast app on your phone search for us there. Once you subscribe or follow us on any of those services each new episode will be added to your library.
Hey everyone. Just a heads up we released a preview episode today. Next week is our official Episode Zero release but we wanted to put out an episode for you to learn about how each episode will be formatted, a little info about our release schedule and the reasoning behind starting the podcast in March. Please follow us on Sound Cloud for the first few episodes. We hope to be in Apple Podcasts and other Podcast places in a few weeks. Thanks for all the support, we hope you enjoy the show!!