Re-Assessing the Legend of Hannah DustonJust as the Black Lives Matter movement inspired a re-consideration of Confederate statues, Native Americans are now calling for a closer look at the history of Hannah Duston's statue in Boscawen.The Exchange Shared .
Expert: How NH Parents Can Discuss Racism This School YearExpert: How NH Parents Can Discuss Racism This School Year MANCHESTER, N.H. - As the country reckons with racism, New Hampshire students this fall probably will talk about it more too.Public News Service Shared .
Ask Sam: Spice Must FlowAre snow-making machines an example of climate adaptation, or an example of an emissions feedback loop?Outside/In Shared .
Weekly N.H. News Roundup: July 31, 2020Sen. Maggie Hassan joins us for the first part of the Weekly N.H. News Roundup for an update on the debate over a new coronavirus relief package in the Senate.The Exchange Shared .
Shifting Household Dynamics In A PandemicThe coronavirus pandemic has forced everyone indoors, where we're in much closer quarters with our families, spouses, and roommates.The Exchange Shared .
In Pursuit Of Knowledge: Black Women And Educational Activism In Antebellum AmericaUNH assistant professor Kabria Baumgartner talks about her research into the history of school desegregation, which began far earlier than the often-discussed movement of the 1950s, with African American girls and women in the nineteenth century who pushed for equal school rights in the Northeast.The Exchange Shared .
What Will It Take to Restore the American Chestnut Tree?The giant American chestnut tree all but disappeared 70 years ago, killed by a blight that struck at the turn of the last century.The Exchange Shared .
Getting Creative During A Pandemic Wedding SeasonIt's the peak of summer wedding season, so we talk to wedding vendors in New Hampshire about how they, and couples, are getting creative with celebrations when big gatherings and travel are more difficult.The Exchange Shared .
Sununu Signs PFAS Contamination BillSununu Signs PFAS Contamination Bill CONCORD, N.H. - Gov. Chris Sununu signed a bill yesterday to fight PFAS contamination on several fronts....Public News Service Shared .
Weekly N.H. News Roundup: July 24, 2020We continue our summer primary candidate series with Senator Dan Feltes. The Democrat from Concord is hoping to win his party's primary in September and challenge incumbent Governor Chris Sununu in November.The Exchange Shared .
Live From Home: Go Out Or Stay In? Mask Or No Mask? Decision-Making In The "New Normal" Of COVID-19Now that everyday activities, like traveling, going to the grocery store, or spending time in public spaces, carry the additional risk of contracting or spreading COVID-19, we talk about how we perceive these risks and make decisions about them...The Exchange Shared .
By Degrees: Can We Seize This Moment to Reimagine Public Spaces and Transit?"I've Seen a Future Without Cars, and It's Amazing" is the title of a New York Times opinion piece exploring how to reduce the space cars take up in New York City and improve the liveability of the city.The Exchange Shared .
Campaigning for President in Uprecedented TimesAmid a nationwide racial justice movement and an ongoing pandemic, President Trump and presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden are having to adapt, while continuing to sway voters, release plans, and take swipes at each other.The Exchange Shared .
What Will Reopening Schools Look Like?The state released its school reopening guidelines last week, which leave a lot of decisions up to individual districts.The Exchange Shared .
Weekly N.H. News Roundup: July 17, 2020We continue or summer primary candidate series with Retired U.S. Army Brigadier General Donald Bolduc.The Exchange Shared .
Open WorldsThe world of Skyrim is vast. The video game contains cities, villages, and rugged wilderness: high waterfalls cascading into deep pools, packs of wolves roaming the edges of misty alpine forests, echoes in the canyons.Outside/In Shared .
Meet the Candidate: Donald Bolduc, Republican Running for U.S. SenateThe Exchange continues its summer series of primary candidate interviews with r etired U.S. Army Brig.The Exchange Shared .
Nackey Scripps Loeb and the Newspaper That Shook the Republican PartyWe talk with the author of a new biography of Nackey Scripps Loeb. She headed the Union Leader Corporation in the 1980s and 1990s, one of the most unusual and influential local newspapers in the U.S. Her unapologetic conservatism and position in the first-in-the-nation primary state gave her an outsized and now largely forgotten role in American...The Exchange Shared .
NH Nursing Homes Begin Allowing In-Person VisitsNH Nursing Homes Begin Allowing In-Person Visits CONCORD, N.H. - Long-term care facilities in New Hampshire are starting to allow in-person visits again.Public News Service Shared .
By Degrees: How Do Climate Justice and Racial Justice Intersect?Just as more people than ever were beginning to wake up to the climate emergency, our lives collided with the coronavirus pandemic and a generational reckoning on racial justice.The Exchange Shared .
An Update on Unemployment in New HampshireAs the economy has partially reopened, claims for jobless assistance have dropped. Still, tens of thousands of Granite Staters remain without work.The Exchange Shared .
Shifting Engagement Through Virtual EventsFor months now, many conferences, festivals, seminars, and other gatherings have shifted online. We discuss what's lost in translation and what might be gained, including new audiences who couldn't attend in person.The Exchange Shared .
Weekly N.H. News Roundup: July 10, 2020Portsmouth prepares for a presidential visit amid concerns over the coronavirus and large gatherings. The legislature sends some bills to Governor Chris Sununu's desk, including one that would assist renters and homeowners and another that overhauls the sate's election process in response to the pandemic.The Exchange Shared .
Meet the Candidate: Bryant 'Corky' Messner, Republican Running for U.S. SenateRepublican Bryant "Corky" Messner of Wolfeboro, a military veteran and attorney, has pitched himself as a political outsider.The Exchange Shared .
UPDATE: The GFOAT, or Greatest Fruit of All TimeIn this update, we tally your votes and announce the winner of our fruit fight.Outside/In Shared .
State Epidemiologists Answer Your Questions About COVID-19 In The Summer Tourism SeasonAs businesses reopen and people increase their travel and navigate the summer, we talk with our state epidemiologists about the current spread of COVID-19 in New Hampshire, and the latest information about the virus.The Exchange Shared .
Public-Health Expert Weighs In on Trump Rally in PortsmouthThe Public News Service provides reporting on a wide range of social, community, and environmental issues for mainstream and alternative media.Public News Service Shared .
Navigating Housing Expenses At The End Of The Eviction MoratoriumJuly 1st marked the end of a months-long moratorium on evictions due to COVID-19, but Granite Staters impacted by the pandemic can apply for assistance, in the form of one-time grants, or ongoing help with rent, mortgage, or utilities.The Exchange Shared .
What's Next For The Movie Industry And Theaters In N.H.?As theaters and studios attempt to emerge from the pandemic shutdown, they're confronting ever-greater competition from streaming services as well as rising demands that they better reflect the nation's diversity.The Exchange Shared .
The Future of Work: How COVID-19 Has Changed How We WorkSince Covid-19 hit, many Americans found their employment transformed: Some lost their jobs, others labored at home, while essential workers faced an array of new safety procedures and, sometimes, danger on the job We examine these massive changes - and explore what might be long-lasting.The Exchange Shared .
Ginkgo LoveIn 2016, we produced an episode about the ginkgo tree titled "Ginkgo Stink." With its fan-shaped leaves and golden fall foliage, the Ginkgo biloba is a beautiful tree with an incredible history dating back millions of years.Outside/In Shared .
Diversifying Your Summer Reading ListSummer is feeling a little different this year, and many readers are being intentional about bringing diversity to that stack of books to read.The Exchange Shared .
Candidates Navigate Unusual Campaign SeasonAmid coronavirus concerns and a national reckoning on issues of race and policing, it might be hard to detect that there's campaigning going on.The Exchange Shared .
Report: NH Ranked 2nd for Child Well-BeingReport: NH Ranked 2nd for Child Well-Being CONCORD, N.H. - New Hampshire is the second best state in the country for children's well-being, according to a national report.Public News Service Shared .
Re-examining American History and American IconsHow well do you really know George Washington? If you're picturing wooden teeth and a cherry tree, you will want to tune in for a conversation with historians Alexis Coe and Erica Armstrong Dunbar.The Exchange Shared .
COVID-19's Toll on WomenThe economic downturn brought on by COVID=19 has hit women especially hard, in part because they often juggle employment with caring for family.The Exchange Shared .
Conversations About Race With Young ChildrenAs books about systemic racism rise to the top of best seller lists, and calls for action against oppression and daily microaggressions dominate social media, we talk about the effective ways to have conversations with children about race, and how those conversations look different based on a child's own race and personal background.The Exchange Shared .
Weekly N.H. News Roundup: June 19, 2020Juneteenth celebrations, to commemorate the end of slavery in the U.S., are happening around New Hampshire and online this Friday, and protests against police brutality have led to increased scrutiny of law enforcement practices in the Granite State.The Exchange Shared .
Offshore Closures Requested to Save Endangered Right WhalesOffshore Closures Requested to Save Endangered Right Whales ROCHESTER, N.H. - Emergency action is being requested to protect critically endangered The Pew Charitable Trusts petitioned Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross yesterday to do more to save the fewer than 400 North Atlantic right whales, many off New England shores....Public News Service Shared .
Fruit Fight! ! !For months, producer Taylor Quimby has been trying to craft a story about spicy peppers.Outside/In Shared .
How Will N.H. State Parks Look Different This Summer?We discuss what this summer will look like for New Hampshire's state parks amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.The Exchange Shared .
N.H. Conversations on Police Reform and Racial Justice ContinueFrom tactics and training to issues of oversight and transparency, police conduct has come under national scrutiny in the aftermath of George Floyd's death at the hands of a former Minnesota police officer.The Exchange Shared .
The Bookshelf: The Little-Known History Of Violence At New England's African American SchoolsThe history of school desegregation in America has long been centered around the southern United States.The Bookshelf Shared .
Reflecting On Remote Learning And Turning Toward The FallNow that the school year has largely concluded for New Hampshire districts across the state, we turn our attention to what education might look like this fall.The Exchange Shared .
N.H. Municipal Leaders Discuss COVID-19, Police ReformsWe check in with leaders from three New Hampshire cities: Keene, Nashua, and Manchester. We'll find out how the coronavirus pandemic has affected their communities - and their budgets.The Exchange Shared .
Weekly N.H. News Roundup: June 12, 2020We look at how protests of racial injustice and debates over transparency on police procedures are playing out in New Hampshire.The Exchange Shared .
Birding While BlackThe experience of public outdoor spaces isn't the same for everyone. Today, we explore birding while Black and how racist housing policies drive unequal exposure to climate-driven heat waves.Outside/In Shared .
Announcement Possible Thursday on Plan to Prevent EvictionsAnnouncement Possible Thursday on Plan to Prevent Evictions CONCORD, N.H. - The Sununu administration is expected to release a plan as soon as Thursday to prevent evictions, and housing advocates are hoping for a robust rental assistance program and more.Public News Service Shared .
Conducting the 2020 Census During A PandemicWe discuss the 2020 census, with all its implications for political districts, federal funding, and community services.The Exchange Shared .
Masks, Social Distancing, Hand Hygiene: The Science Behind The SafeguardsWe look at the research, at times evolving, behind the safeguards promoted to help prevent COVID-19.The Exchange Shared .
The Black Lives Matter Protests Of Today, And The History Of Civil Rights Protest In AmericaAs protests against racism and police brutality continue across the country and New Hampshire, we compare what we're seeing now to earlier movements - more than a century of demonstrations for civil rights and against systemic racism.The Exchange Shared .
N.H. Restaurants Get Creative To Survive PandemicNew Hampshire restaurants have been hard hit during the coronavirus pandemic, changing their business model to curbside pickup and delivery, then pivoting to limited outdoor dining and soon, anticipating returning to limited indoor dining.The Exchange Shared .
Weekly N.H. News Roundup: June 5, 2020Black Lives Matter holds protests against racial injustice and vigils across the state in memory of those who lost their lives.The Exchange Shared .
Massachusetts v. EPAToday on the show, we're bringing you inside what may be the most important environmental Supreme Court Decision in history.Outside/In Shared .
Congressman Chris Pappas On COVID-19 And Black Lives Matter ProtestsWe sit down with Congressman Chris Pappas, a Democrat representing the state's 1st District. We catch up on the congressional response to the coronavirus pandemic, in terms of public health and the economy, and hear his response to the racial injustice protests here in New Hampshire.The Exchange Shared .
New England Episcopal Bishops Denounce Trump Church 'Photo Op'New England Episcopal Bishops Denounce Trump Church 'Photo Op' CONCORD, N.H. - New England's Episcopal bishops unanimously are calling out President Donald Trump's appearance in front of a statement on Tuesday, also condemning law enforcement use of force and tear gas to clear a path for the president through peaceful demonstrators....Public News Service Shared .
Black Lives Matter Demonstrations Across New Hampshire: Grieving And Calls For ChangeGrieving and calls to action against police brutality and systemic racism are happening across New Hampshire.The Exchange Shared .
Helping Children Deal With Isolation And Uncertainty During Unrest And A PandemicChildren are facing not only the stress of remote learning and social isolation as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, but also a week of social unrest across the country.The Exchange Shared .
Amid National Turmoil Over George Floyd Death, a N.H. Perspective on Police-Minority RelationsThe arrest and death of George Floyd, a brutal scene captured on video, has led to both peaceful and violent protest in cities across the country.The Exchange Shared .
Drug Overdoses Down; Will COVID-19 Trigger a Spike in NH?MANCHESTER, N.H. - Health policy groups worry that high unemployment rates from the new coronavirus pandemic could increase suicides as well as drug and alcohol abuse - already big problems in New Hampshire.Public News Service Shared .
Weekly N.H. News Roundup: May 29, 2020Some Granite Staters have gotten COVID-19 and recovered; we discuss how, even if you're fortunate enough to survive the virus, it can still have long-term emotional and physical impacts.The Exchange Shared .
State Epidemiologists On The Latest N.H. COVID-19 News and Answers To Your Health and Safety QuestionsAn inflammatory condition in children thought to be linked to COVID-19 has arrived in the state, and as more businesses reopen, we talk about how you can stay safe, and answer your health questions about the pandemic in New Hampshire.The Exchange Shared .
Veterinarians Adjust Practices During PandemicFrom restricting access to certain areas, offering drive-through services, and delaying non-emergency procedures, veterinarians have been taking some of the same precautions as doctors who treat humans, since COVID-19 arrived.The Exchange Shared .
How Do Summer Programs Operate During A Pandemic, And What's Lost If They Don't?As school lets out, parents look to school districts, recreation programs, and overnight camps to keep kids busy, happy, and safe.The Exchange Shared .
Inside/In: Moss and MoldWith so many of our favorite outdoor activities currently off-limits, we're look for accessible ways to explore the magic of the nature from the safety of our homes our neighborhoods.Outside/In Shared .
Fewer NH Child-Abuse Reports During Pandemic Raising ConcernsFewer NH Child-Abuse Reports During Pandemic Raising Concerns PORTSMOUTH, N.H. - Reports of child abuse and neglect to New Hampshire's Division of Children, Youth and Families have been down nearly 50% over the last eight weeks, and experts are certain that it isn't because abuse has evaporated during the pandemic lockdown.Public News Service Shared .
As NH Election Laws Change, Dems Launch New WebsiteAs NH Election Laws Change, Dems Launch New Website CONCORD, N.H. - The New Hampshire Democratic Party has launched a new website this week.Public News Service Shared .
On Fires and FeelingsBeing stuck at home for an extended period of time, worrying about the safety of yourself and your loved ones takes a toll on your mental health.Outside/In Shared .
Rebroadcast: How Do We Create Connections in an Online World?In the midst of the pandemic, the importance of human relationships has become clearer than ever.The Exchange Shared .
Election Policy During A PandemicElections must go on, even in a pandemic. We talk with state and local officials about the upcoming elections - from ballot access to how to keep people safe at the polls, and how the pandemic may change the way we do elections now, and in the future.The Exchange Shared .
Questions As N.H.'s Childcare Centers Consider ReopeningWhile some childcare centers in New Hampshire have stayed open during the pandemic, others have shuttered and are now considering reopening.The Exchange Shared .
Government Powers, Civil Liberties, Public Health, and COVID-19From quarantines to stay-at-home orders, state and federal officials have been intervening in our daily activities in unprecedented ways.The Exchange Shared .
COVID Long-Term Care Death Rate Highest in New HampshireCOVID Long-Term Care Death Rate Highest in New Hampshire CONCORD, N.H. - Nearly 80% of people dying from COVID-19 in New Hampshire lived in long-term care facilities - the highest share of these deaths of any state, according to.Public News Service Shared .
Medical Experts on Fighting COVID-19: Prepare for a MarathonWhile New Hampshire gradually loosens COVID-19 restrictions in hopes of restoring some sense of economic normalcy, the state should also be assembling an army of public health officials to trace the contacts of people infected with the coronavirus.The Exchange Shared .
New Hampshire's College Class Of 2020 Looks To The FutureCollege seniors face a lot of uncertainty these days, not only about their final grades and graduation, but also about a job market in upheaval.The Exchange Shared .
The N.H. Economic News Roundup: The Economy of a PandemicGovernor Sununu announced plans for a slow reopening of the New Hampshire economy after more than a month of stay-at-home orders, yet many businesses remained closed and people rethink their summers.The Exchange Shared .
RFNH Devon Blanchard of DB ProductionsDevon Blanchard is an aspiring filmmaker who is releasing his second project in July of 2020, Emily's Revenge.Radio Free New Hampshire Shared .
Shaheen Cautions Against Prematurely Reopening the EconomySenator Jeanne Shaheen says scientific guidelines suggest it's not yet time to phase out social distancing, despite President Trump's decision to phase it out at the federal level after April.The Exchange Shared .
Weekly N.H. News Roundup: May 1, 2020We'll hear from Laconia Mayor Andrew Hosmer, after city officials decided to postpone Bike Week, and the Lakes Region faces economic uncertainty heading into the critical summer tourism season.The Exchange Shared .
The Carrington EventYou know that scene in every disaster movie, where the frantic and panicky science nerd unsuccessfully tries to warn the powers that be that something terrible is about to happen?Outside/In Shared .
N.H. Libraries: Closed to Visitors but Expanding Virtual Offerings and Taking on New RolesThey may have closed their doors due to the coronavirus but libraries have been busy on behalf of patrons and the wider community, from lending laptops and hot spots to using 3 D printers to make parts for masks.The Exchange Shared .
Advanced Directives, Power Of Attorney, and Other End-Of-Life Planning LogisticsHas the coronavirus pandemic made you think more about end-of life-planning... like advanced directives, a living will, or power of attorney?The Exchange Shared .
How To Help Others In New Hampshire During The PandemicAs Granite Staters isolate themselves, many individuals, businesses, and organizations are in need of assistance and searching for help during a tumultuous time.The Exchange Shared .
Survey: Pandemic Sees Fewer Kids in Detention CentersSurvey: Pandemic Sees Fewer Kids in Detention Centers CONCORD, N.H. - The COVID-19 crisis has led to a major drop in the number of kids in youth detention centers, according to a new survey.Public News Service Shared .
Artists, Arts Groups Close Studios, Cancel Events, Seek New Ways to Connect During PandemicEven during the best of times, making a living can be a challenge for artists.The Exchange Shared .
Weekly N.H. News Roundup: April 24, 2020Two top s tate lawmakers fill us in on what they've been working on these weeks, with the Statehouse shuttered and the economy on hold because of COVID-19.The Exchange Shared .
Special Broadcast: Checking In On N.H. UnemploymentThe coronavirus pandemic has left thousands of Granite Staters suddenly out of work, furloughed, or with reduced hours.The Exchange Shared .
Housing Challenges For Landlords and Renters During The PandemicAs coronavirus leads to record unemployment, many people are struggling to pay rent. We talk about the rights of tenants and landlords during the pandemic, and how COVID-19 is impacting access to safe, reliable, and affordable housing.The Exchange Shared .
N.H. Climate Activists Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day in A Changed WorldBefore the COVID-19 pandemic, climate change seemed to have captured global attention. Today marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, celebrated amid a global pandemic and stay-at-home orders.The Exchange Shared .
Who Gets Tested For Coronavirus, How To Properly Use Masks, and Other Health QuestionsAs cases of COVID-19 continue to rise in the Granite State, and questions remain about resources, safety, and the longevity of stay-at-home orders, we talk with state epidemiologists to get the latest recommendations and information about the coronavirus pandemic.The Exchange Shared .
Voter Registration Soon May Get Easier in N.H.Voter Registration Soon May Get Easier in N.H. CONCORD, N.H. - Registering to vote may get easier in New Hampshire with state officials expected to release new guidelines as early as this week.Public News Service Shared .
Remote Learning: How Are N.H. Colleges and College Students Adapting?In the second hour of our special on how N.H. students are adjusting to distance learning during stay-at-home orders, we focus on higher education.The Exchange Shared .
Remote Learning: How Are Grades K-12 Faring?It's been one month since schools in New Hampshire were shuttered to stem the spread of coronavirus, and now, they'll be closed for the remainder of the academic year.The Exchange Shared .
NH First State to Offer COVID Stipend to Long-term Care WorkersChris Sununu is giving Medicaid-funded long-term care workers at nursing homes and in home care a $300 weekly pay boost during the COVID-19 crisis - reportedly the first stipend of its kind in the country....Public News Service Shared .
Weekly N.H. News Roundup: April 17, 2020Gov. Chris Sununu has ordered schools remain closed for the rest of the school year, and there's a court challenge to determine who has authority over distributing federal COVID-19 relief funds in New Hampshire.The Exchange Shared .
Inside/In: How To Be A Backyard BirberWith so many of our favorite outdoor activities currently off-limits, we're look for accessible ways to explore the magic of the nature from the safety of our homes our neighborhoods.Outside/In Shared .
What Must Happen Before NH Reopens, According to Infectious-Disease ExpertChris Sununu says he is coordinating plans with the governors of Vermont and Maine to reopen the economy once it is safe to lift stay-at-home orders....Public News Service Shared .
Sen. Maggie Hassan On Reopening Economy, Negotiating 4th COVID-19 Package, and Boosting PPE SuppliesU.S. Sen Maggie Hassan says although she is eager to get the economy up and running again, that decision should be based on science and data.The Exchange Shared .
The CARES Act: Small Businesses and Nonprofits Adapt To COVID-19The CARES Act, a record-setting federal stimulus package, is funneling $2 trillion into the U.S. economy, including hundreds of millions for small businesses and nonprofits hurt by the coronavirus pandemic.The Exchange Shared .
What Safety Standards are in Place for Essential Retail Workers in Grocery Stores, Pharmacies?For "essential retail workers," exposure to the public is part of the job - scanning and bagging groceries, filling prescriptions.The Exchange Shared .
How Faith and Philosophy Can Help Us Through the PandemicWhether you're religious or not, Spring is a time of rebirth. We talk with faith leaders and philosophers about how they find resilience and connection while facing the grief and loss of this time.The Exchange Shared .
Weekly N.H. News Roundup: April 10, 2020As the federal goverment looks for ways to protect people and businesses from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, we'll speak with Congressman Chris Pappas about those efforts and what's likely to gain traction in the House.The Exchange Shared .
Cat PeopleCat People is a podcast series by Longreads that examines the strange relationships people have with big cats and the legal loopholes that have made America home to more captive tigers than there are left in the wild.Outside/In Shared .
NH Child Abuse Calls Drop 50% Because of School ClosuresNH Child Abuse Calls Drop 50% Because of School Closures CONCORD, N.H. - Child abuse reports to the New Hampshire Division of Children, Youth and Families hotline have decreased by about half since schools closed in mid-March.Public News Service Shared .
COVID-19 Outbreaks at Nursing Homes Renew Focus on Protecting Elderly and StaffThousands of elderly Granite Staters live in long-term care facilities that have been taking precautions to keep this particularly vulnerable population safe from COVID-19, incuding restricting visits from family members.The Exchange Shared .
Staying Home When Home Isn't Safe: Domestic Violence During A PandemicStay-at-home orders and quarantine measures may have life-threatening consequences for those experiencing domestic / intimate partner violence, and also present challenges for law enforcement and support organizations.The Exchange Shared .
Protecting Children From Abuse And Neglect During A PandemicFor children experiencing abuse or neglect, schools and support services are essential. With schools closed and stay-at-home orders in place until at least the beginning of May, we talk with those working with vulnerable children about how they're adapting to these challenges, and what we all can do to keep kids safe.The Exchange Shared .
Connecting with Nature While Social DistancingIt's warming up and signs of Spring are beginning to emerge. How can we connect with nature safely and responsibly during this pandemic?The Exchange Shared .
First Responders Grapple With Danger of CoronavirusWhile first responders often face danger under normal circumstances, the COVID-19 pandemic has added another threat to that line of work.The Exchange Shared .
N.H. Farmers Face An Uncertain SpringIf you thought being a New Hampshire farmer was challenging before, imagine doing it in the midst of a global pandemic.The Exchange Shared .
Inside/InOn today's show, we are addressing a question we have seen A LOT. As we're all adjusting to life with the coronavirus, the advice is to stay home and stay safe.Outside/In Shared .
White House Criticized for Refusing to Reopen ACA EnrollmentWhite House Criticized for Refusing to Reopen ACA Enrollment CONCORD, N.H. - Groups that advocate for greater access to health care are slamming the White House's decision not to allow people to apply for subsidized health plans through the Affordable Care Act during the COVID-19 crisis.Public News Service Shared .
Economists Predict More Job Woes for Most Vulnerable in NHEconomists Predict More Job Woes for Most Vulnerable in NH CONCORD, N.H. - New Hampshire will lose 11.6% of jobs by this summer, according to a new forecast from a nonpartisan think tank.Public News Service Shared .
Managing Coronavirus In Correctional FacilitiesHow do you achieve physical distancing in jail or prison? We look at how correctional facilities and the criminal justice system are adapting to the coronavirus, to ensure the safety of inmates, correction employees, and the public.The Exchange Shared .
As Unemployment Surges in N.H., An Update On Changes To BenefitsNew Hampshire continues to see unpredecented claims for unemployment benefits, as non-essential businesses across the state have been forced to close until May 4 in response to the coronavirus pandemic.The Exchange Shared .
The Mental Health System Adjusts to COVID-19For Granite Staters struggling with mental illness - and those caring for them - fears about COVID-19 have added layers of anxiety.The Exchange Shared .
N.H.'s Small Businesses Grapple With Changing Economic LandscapeBusiness across the state are facing tough decisions, with some deciding to close their doors, either temporarily or permanently, while others, like restaurants, are choosing to offer only take-out options.The Exchange Shared .
A Public Health Update One Month In To Managing Coronavirus In N.H.In a special extended edition of The Exchange, Dr. Benjamin Chan and Dr. Elizabeth Talbot bring us the latest updates and recommendations for navigating the coronavirus pandemic in N.H. Read all of NHPR's coronavirus coverage here.The Exchange Shared .
Weekly N.H. News Roundup: March 27, 2020Governor Sununu issues a stay-at-home order until May 4th, and announced schools will remain closed until that date.The Exchange Shared .
Addiction Recovery Services Navigate Social DistancingWith the coronavirus pandemic sweeping across the globe, everyone is being urged to isolate at home and distance themselves from one another.The Exchange Shared .
Experts: Census Undercount of Young Children Could Cost NH DearlyThe Public News Service provides reporting on a wide range of social, community, and environmental issues for mainstream and alternative media.Public News Service Shared .
N.H. Seeks Balance Between Shelter-In-Place And Social DistancingNew Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu contends that a policy of social distancing is sufficient to "flatten the curve" of coronavirus in the state.The Exchange Shared .
Special Broadcast: Congresswoman Kuster On Federal Response To CoronavirusThe Exchange will produce a special extended second hour on Wednesday at 10 a.m., as we talk with New Hampshire Congresswoman Ann McLane Kuster.The Exchange Shared .
Coordinating Remote Education For Students With Additional Learning NeedsAs remote learning ramps up this week, for students who recieve additional services from their school, including special education, the transition to remote learning is complex.The Exchange Shared .
N.H. Healthcare Leaders Discuss Readiness For Coronavirus OutbreakOn this edition of The Exchange, we get an update from Dr. Ben Chan, New Hampshire's state epidemiologist, about the current extent of coronavirus in the Granite State.The Exchange Shared .
Weekly N.H. News Roundup: March 20, 2020Friday on The Exchange, it's the Weekly New Hampshire News Roundup, and we'll take stock of a week when the coronavirus pandemic life changed for so many in the Granite State.The Exchange Shared .
NH Executive Order Increases Telehealth Access Amid COVID-19NH Executive Order Increases Telehealth Access Amid COVID-19 CONCORD, N.H. - New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu has ordered the expansion of telemedicine services during the COVID-19 outbreak....Public News Service Shared .
10X10: Kettle BogIn our series 10X10, we examine ordinary places that are more interesting than they might initially appear; and few places hold more unexpected mysteries beneath the wet, mossy surfaces than the dark and muddy places we explored for this episode.Outside/In Shared .
Episode #72Ethan and Chris talk about the worldwide Coronavirus outbreak. Email.New Hampshirecast Shared .
Dartmouth, University Groups Protest Violence against India's MuslimsDartmouth, University Groups Protest Violence against India's Muslims HANOVER, N.H. - A coalition of U.S. Indian students, including from Dartmouth, is standing in solidarity with protesters in India concerned about Hindu violence against Muslims....Public News Service Shared .
Tempest in a TeacupThe passenger pigeon is one of the world's most symbolic extinction stories. It's a cautionary tale of how in just a few short generations, one of the wonders of the world could be completely eradicated.Outside/In Shared .
Episode #71Chris and Ethan discuss the always nerve wracking and frustrating process of vehicle inspections in NH.New Hampshirecast Shared .
The Bookshelf: Monadnock Literary Journal Brings Regional Writers TogetherThe second issue of the literary journal Monadnock Underground is set to release next week.The Bookshelf Shared .
Americans Say They Can't Save Enough for RetirementAmericans Say They Can't Save Enough for Retirement CONCORD, N.H. - With the 2020 New Hampshire primary in the history books and the field of Democratic Party presidential contenders narrowing, many Americans approaching retirement are assessing where candidates stand on Social Security, pension programs and other retirement options.Public News Service Shared .
Nudge-Off Results! Plus, The Forest for the TreesapThe winner of our "Battle of Tiny Proportions" is revealed! Plus, one of our favorite episodes about the pace of technology: The Forest for the Treesap.Outside/In Shared .
Episode #70Ethan and Chris discuss Friendly's restaurants and what it has meant to NH over the years as a place for families to eat.New Hampshirecast Shared .
The Bookshelf: Meredith Tate Takes On The Difficult Subject of RapeIn Concord-native Meredith Tate's new novel, a young woman is kidnapped after a drug deal goes badly.The Bookshelf Shared .
EP 17: Via Live StreamWhile most of the candidates are either celebrating or conceding in New Hampshire, one former front runner is conspicuously absent from a party in his honor.Stranglehold Shared .
NH Democratic Primary Turnout Not Expected to Break RecordsNH Democratic Primary Turnout Not Expected to Break Records CONCORD, N.H. - All eyes are on the New Hampshire primary today, but the head of the Democratic Party here does not expect record turnout.Public News Service Shared .
EP 16: All OutThe N.H. presidential primary is here and the stranglehold is on full display. We take you behind the scenes of one of the craziest weeks in American politics.Stranglehold Shared .
AARP Poll: 80% NH Women Over 50 Expect to Vote in PrimaryThe Public News Service provides reporting on a wide range of social, community, and environmental issues for mainstream and alternative media.Public News Service Shared .
Nature Has Done Her PartIn New England, the Waterman name is like mountain royalty. But beyond a tight circle of outdoors-people, they're not a household name.Outside/In Shared .
EP 15: What's It Worth?There is nothing New Hampshire is more famous for than the presidential primary. And that fame has a value of its own.Stranglehold Shared .
EP 14: WTF Iowa? ? ?After caucus chaos, many in New Hampshire are wondering: If Iowa gets punished for this mess, will New Hampshire take a hit too?Stranglehold Shared .
Episode #69Chris, Ethan, and Jamie sit down and talk about Mr. Deeds to finish up the year's first installment of "Dinner and a Movie"New Hampshirecast Shared .
NH Considers Moratorium on E-Cigarettes Amid Teen Vaping SurgeNH Considers Moratorium on E-Cigarettes Amid Teen Vaping Surge CONCORD, N.H. - A New Hampshire bill advocating a moratorium on e-cigarettes is facing a big vote this week.Public News Service Shared .
EP 13: The NewsroomAs we hold up the mirror to ourselves and our colleagues, we see just how much the local media has helped maintain the so-called Stranglehold.Stranglehold Shared .
Mental Illness and Links to New Hampshire's Suicide CrisisThe Public News Service provides reporting on a wide range of social, community, and environmental issues for mainstream and alternative media.Public News Service Shared .
A Battle of Tiny ProportionsA government bureaucrat builds a website that saves a billion gallons in gas. The minuscule Irish invention that enables the industrial revolution.Outside/In Shared .
NH Voters Take Note: Latest Iowa Poll Finds "Tightly Bunched Field"Latest Iowa Poll Finds "Tightly Bunched Field" CONCORD, N.H. - The New Hampshire primary results may be even more important in light of.Public News Service Shared .
Episode #68Ethan and Chris have dinner with Commuter Laura and Dylan at Newick's Lobster House in Dover for the year's first installment of "Dinner and a Movie"New Hampshirecast Shared .
The Bookshelf: N.H. Poet Laureate Will Be Your ReaderAlexandria Peary is New Hampshire's new poet laureate, and she's ramping up her work as the state's official advocate for poetry and the literary arts more broadly.The Bookshelf Shared .
Shaheen: 'Citizens United' Stopped Plan to Curb Surprise Medical BillingShaheen: 'Citizens United' Stopped Plan to Curb Surprise Medical Billing CONCORD, N.H. - As the tenth anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court's.Public News Service Shared .
EP 12: The OutsidersSometimes, it takes a bunch of outsiders to rattle the cage of a bunch of is the story of how one small state got its hands around the way we pick presidents - and won't let go.Stranglehold Shared .
Field Thins: Former Candidate Doubts Process, Has Confidence In VotersField Thins: Former Candidate Doubts Process, Has Confidence In Voters CONCORD, N.H. - Ahead of a debate tonight, the Democratic presidential field has been rapidly thinning.Public News Service Shared .
Leo RisingDepending on who you ask, astrology is a science, an art, a form of therapy...Outside/In Shared .
EP 11: The Long ShotWe spend a day on the trail, chasing a myth: Can New Hampshire catapult a struggling campaign all the way to the White House?Stranglehold Shared .
Episode #67Chris and Ethan sit down to discuss real estate in NH and Chris recounts the highs and lows of his recent home buying experience.New Hampshirecast Shared .
Buttigieg in NH: Trump Targets on Iran Won't Deter RegimeButtigieg in NH: Trump Targets on Iran Won't Deter Regime WOLFEBORO, N.H. - At a weekend campaign event in Wolfeboro, Democratic Party presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg said President Donald Trump's mention of having Iranian targets already picked out probably won't prevent military conflict.Public News Service Shared .
The Bookshelf: Keene Author Recalls 'Cub' Reporting Days in Graphic MemoirWhen Cindy Copeland was in seventh grade in the early 1970s, an English teacher encouraged her to become a writer.The Bookshelf Shared .
AARP Poll: 95% Women 50+ Likely to Vote in 202095% Women 50+ Likely to Vote in 2020 CONCORD, N.H. - According to a.Public News Service Shared .
BONUS: The Other First StateYou may have heard New Hampshire isn't TOTALLY first in the nation. We invited Kate Payne and Clay Masters, hosts of the Caucus Land podcast from Iowa Public Radio, to talk about how Iowa got that first spot.Stranglehold Shared .
Episode #66After an extended break we are back with an update about where we have been and what our plans are for the future.New Hampshirecast Shared .
Christmas Tree Prices Rose in New England, Despite Good CropChristmas Tree Prices Rose in New England, Despite Good Crop MANCHESTER, N.H. - Even though the crop for Christmas trees was good this year, prices still went up a bit in New Hampshire and Vermont.Public News Service Shared .
The Bookshelf: Author John Brighton Remembers the Sullivan County of the 1960sWhen New Hampshire author John Brighton was six years old, his family bought a lakeside farm in Washington, a small town in New Hampshire's Sullivan County.The Bookshelf Shared .
Chasing The LightFrom the ancient charcoal animals of France's Chauvet Cave, to 17th century Dutch windmill paintings, art history can tell us a lot about our evolving view of the natural world.Outside/In Shared .
About 1 in 8 Granite Staters are Family CaregiversAbout 1 in 8 Granite Staters are Family Caregivers CONCORD, N.H. - About 1 in 8 people in New Hampshire is a family caregiver, according to a new AARP report that says these folks provide more than $2 billion worth of unpaid care for their loved ones.Public News Service Shared .
EP 10: The Moldy CookieWe take you inside the world of local politicos whose endorsements are courted by some of the most powerful people in American politics.Stranglehold Shared .
ACLU of NH Wins Changes to Immigration Hearings, Detention PoliciesStarting now, immigration courts in New England can no longer detain undocumented immigrants in bond hearings without the government providing proof that they need to be detained....Public News Service Shared .
Mental Illness, Suicide Prevention Get Funding Boost in New HampshireMental Illness, Suicide Prevention Get Funding Boost in New Hampshire CONCORD, N.H. - New Hampshire's suicide-prevention programs report more people are coming forward to share stories about measures that helped save their lives.Public News Service Shared .
The Bookshelf: Poet Marie Harris and 'Desire Lines'If you've ever been on a college campus or a public park, you may have seen desire lines.The Bookshelf Shared .
A Year of WondersAs extreme weather wreaks havoc around the globe NPR's Throughline looks at a natural disaster more than 200 hundred years ago that had far-reaching effects.Outside/In Shared .
EP 9: The CrescendoRemember when Secretary of State. Stranglehold is the story of how one small state got its hands around the way we pick presidents - and won't let go.Stranglehold Shared .
EP 8: Alive and DyingIs the New Hampshire primary dying? Or is it alive and well? Local politicos lead us through two very different types of candidate events to find two conflicting answers.Stranglehold Shared .
The Bookshelf: N.H. Writers Face the National Novel Writing Month ChallengeThis November, writers across the world are participating in National Novel Writing Month. Organized by a non-profit, its goal is to encourage anyone who has dreamed of writing a book to just do it...The Bookshelf Shared .
Jesabel Y EddieBefore Hurricane Maria hit in September of 2017, Puerto Rico's rickety electric grid was a notorious headache.Outside/In Shared .
Use of Death Penalty Eroding; New England Leads National TrendUse of Death Penalty Eroding; New England Leads National Trend CONCORD, N.H. - New death sentences are at record lows nationwide, and executions are down by 75% since the mid-1990s.Public News Service Shared .
EP 7: The OfficeThere's a drab office in the N.H statehouse that for every four years amounts to a pilgrimage site for would-be presidents.Stranglehold Shared .
The Particular Sadness of Trout Fishing in AmericaPeople love fishing for trout. They love it so much that we are willing to go to insane lengths to catch them.Outside/In Shared .
Buttigieg Appeals to Vietnam Veterans in NHButtigieg Appeals to Vietnam Veterans in NH ROCHESTER, N.H. - Mayor of South Bend, Ind., and Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg released his veterans plan on Monday in New Hampshire, and appealed directly to Vietnam veterans.Public News Service Shared .
Library of Congress Urges Communities to Collect Veterans' StoriesLibrary of Congress Urges Communities to Collect Veterans' Stories CONCORD, N.H. - As veterans are celebrated today across New Hampshire and the nation, the director of the Library of Congress' Veterans History Project is encouraging people to collect the first-person narratives of the military veterans in their families and Director Karen...Public News Service Shared .
The Bookshelf: Author Alex Myers Challenges Gender Norms in New NovelNovelist Alex Myers came out as transgender in the mid-90s, when society's understanding of what it means to be transgender was less clear than it is today.The Bookshelf Shared .
11-6 Dan Feltes, candidate for GovernorJack and Justin were joined by State Senator Dan Feltes to discuss the results of the municipal elections, and his campaign for Governor.New Hampshire Today with Jack Heath Shared .
Warren to UNH: Medicare for All Plan Coming SoonWarren to UNH: Medicare for All Plan Coming Soon DURHAM, N.H. - Democratic Party presidential candidate.Public News Service Shared .
Ep 6: Manipulate the ManipulationThe New Hampshire town hall has long been a forum where normal people can have real interactions with presidential candidates.Stranglehold Shared .
The Bookshelf: Nelson's Stacia Tolman On Her Debut NovelWriter Stacia Tolman worked for many years as a high school English teacher at a private school in New Hampshire's Monadnock region.The Bookshelf Shared .
How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the BugWhen most of us heard about the "insect apocalypse" we were worried. When producer Jimmy Gutierrez heard it, he thought "this is great." Today he takes a journey in which he tries to learn to appreciate our many-legged companions.Outside/In Shared .
Granite Staters Have Resources for Navigating Medicare EnrollmentGranite Staters Have Resources for Navigating Medicare Enrollment CONCORD N.H. - Almost 300,000 New Hampshire residents will have the opportunity to either enroll in Medicare or make changes to their current Medicare plans from now until December 7.Public News Service Shared .
The Bookshelf: Joe Hill on Collaboration: 'Story is Our Family's Private Language'When Joe Hill launched his career as a writer, he didn't want anyone to know about his famous writer parents, Stephen and Tabitha King.The Bookshelf Shared .
Ask Sam: Grandpa's RhubarbSam answers questions about rethinking the toilet, line-dry laundry, rhubarb, and sleeping mosquitoes. Find more.Outside/In Shared .
Biden Says Trump 'Should Be Impeached'Biden Says Trump ‘Should Be Impeached' ROCHESTER, N.H. - Former Vice President and Democratic Party presidential candidate Joe Biden for the first time is unconditionally supporting the impeachment of President Donald Trump.Public News Service Shared .
EP 5: The WeekendIn February 2020, voters in New Hampshire will send some presidential candidates limping out of the Granite State and maybe lift others to future victories.Stranglehold Shared .
'My Life, My Quit' Aims to Help NH Teens Give Up VapingMy Life, My Quit' Aims to Help NH Teens Give Up Vaping CONCORD, N.H. - Whether they use vaping products or cigarettes, New Hampshire teens who want help quitting now can connect with a tobacco-cessation coach through a new program.Public News Service Shared .
EP 4: The Identity CrisisFor decades, New Hampshire could stand its ground and knock down anybody that tried to steal its prized possession.Stranglehold Shared .
The Bookshelf: The 'People's Book' Showcases New Hampshire Writers, ArtistsThis week marked the launch of the second annual edition of The People's Book, a collection of literary works and visual art created by New Hampshire writers and artists.The Bookshelf Shared .
EP 3: The Midnight SpecialEvery four years, a caravan of national news networks descends on a remote corner of New Hampshire to broadcast the first results from the first-in-the-nation primary.Stranglehold Shared .
Report: Childhood Concentrated Poverty on Rise in NHReport: Childhood Concentrated Poverty on Rise in NH CONCORD, N.H. - New Hampshire ranks among just 10 states in the nation that saw the percentage of children living in neighborhoods of concentrated poverty increase, according to a new report by.Public News Service Shared .
Cold, Dark, and SharkyLast year, two people were attacked by sharks on Cape Cod, and one died. The result has been a media frenzy that really you have to see to believe.Outside/In Shared .
EP 2: The Dragon EggJimmy Carter's 1976 N.H. primary campaign gave New Hampshire one hell of a gift: the state's best argument for why it deserves the privileged status of having the first-in-the-nation presidential primary.Stranglehold Shared .
Report: 1 in 4 NH Residents Skip Medication Due to CostThe Public News Service provides reporting on a wide range of social, community, and environmental issues for mainstream and alternative media.Public News Service Shared .
Patient Zero: The LaserWhen it feels like doctors have closed the door to establishment medicine, another set of doors open.Outside/In Shared .
EP 1: The GuardianOne man has built a reputation as "the guardian" of New Hampshire's most sacred political institution.Stranglehold Shared .
RFNH Noah KahanNoah Kahan is currently touring North America and Europe promoting his recent album, Busyhead. Noah may be known for his hit single Hurt Somebody, but that's not all this talented young man has to offer.Radio Free New Hampshire Shared .
The Bookshelf: Enfield Author Marko Kloos on War and Human NatureFor much of human history, human beings have waged war against each other. In the new novel by Marko Kloos, that tendency to wage war remains as strong as ever more than a thousand years into the future.The Bookshelf Shared .
Granite Staters Urged to Avoid Mosquito Bites on Holiday WeekendGranite Staters Urged to Avoid Mosquito Bites on Holiday Weekend CONCORD, N.H. - State health officials want residents and their visitors to take precautions to avoid mosquito bites this Labor Day Weekend in order to prevent vector-borne diseases.Public News Service Shared .
Patient Zero: The VectorA perfect carrier of disease. A race underneath your skin. The part we know, before we get to the parts we don't.Outside/In Shared .
The North Country Needs YouCertain towns in northern New Hampshire are becoming destinations for artists. But why? And can music fuel community development and growth?Word of Mouth Shared .
Trump's Endangered Species Act Rules Called Threat to New England ForestsThe environmental group joined six others this week in suing the administration over the proposed rules....Public News Service Shared .
The Bookshelf: In Debut Memoir, Jennifer Militello Upends TimeIn Jennifer Militello's debut memoir, Knock Wood, time moves in more than one direction. The relationship between cause and effect is upended as Militello explores her memories of illicit love, domestic violence and dangerous influences.The Bookshelf Shared .
Patient Zero: The TriangleWhen you're fighting off a cold or flu, it's easy to imagine the battle is being waged solely inside the confines of your body.Outside/In Shared .
Gun-Violence Prevention Activists Say "Shame on Sununu! ""CONCORD, N.H. - Some in the Granite State are saying "shame on Sununu" in response to the governor vetoing three gun-control measures last week."Public News Service Shared .
AARP Highlights Struggle to Afford Prescription DrugsAARP Highlights Struggle to Afford Prescription Drugs CONCORD, N.H. - Some Granite Staters are going without lifesaving medications as prescription drug costs continue to rise out-of-pace with incomes.Public News Service Shared .
Activists to Gov. Sununu: Give Granite Staters a Raise and Give Back Yours!CONCORD, N.H. - Activists from across the political spectrum are calling for Gov.Public News Service Shared .
Stranglehold: The TrailerHow one small state got its hands around picking our presidents - and why it won't let go.Stranglehold Shared .
The Bookshelf: Miriam Levine's Poetry of 'Loss and Consolation'Miriam Levine's new collection of poetry is, as she describes it, a book about loss and consolation.The Bookshelf Shared .
Manchester VA, Two Years OnTwo years ago, VA employees blew the whistle on what they called bad care for veterans at the Manchester VA, kicking off a scandal that made national news.Word of Mouth Shared .
Tiny Stories From The North CountryDuring our reporting, some conversations don't make the final cut because they don't quite fit the subject at hand - but it's often the meandering moment and quiet stories that bring a place to life.Word of Mouth Shared .
'Concord Coach Lines Should Stop Allowing Warrantless Bus Raids,' ACLU Says'Concord Coach Lines Should Stop Allowing Warrantless Bus Raids,' ACLU Says CONCORD, N.H. - The American Civil Liberties Union wants passengers on Concord Coach Lines to know their rights in the event that their bus is subject to a U.S. Customs and Border Protection search....Public News Service Shared .
NH Learns Online Misinformation Campaigns are New Political NormNH Learns Online Misinformation Campaigns are New Political Norm CONCORD, N.H. - As primary season ramps up, New Hampshire voters are reminded to be wary of bogus political pitches and claims online.Public News Service Shared .
Introducing Patient ZeroA first look at Patient Zero, a series we'll be putting out next month! Hosted by Outside/In's Taylor Quimby.Outside/In Shared .
Episode 1: Owl's HeadSummit report to Owls Head NH.New Hampshire Hiker Bob Shared .
The Bookshelf: New Sources and New Liberties in Volume II of Civil War Graphic NovelFreeman Colby was a young schoolteacher from New Hampshire who joined the Union Army during the American Civil War.The Bookshelf Shared .
North Country: High-Speed InternetThis week on Word of Mouth, we're continuing our series on the North Country by answering a listener's question about access to high-speed internet.Word of Mouth Shared .
Dalton Residents Seek New Zoning Laws to Keep Landfill OutDalton Residents Seek New Zoning Laws to Keep Landfill Out DALTON, N.H. - Residents of a small North Country town are organizing against a proposed landfill near their beloved Forest Lake.Public News Service Shared .
RFNH Mark Lancaster and Jon CarrToday I had the pleasure of sitting down with Jon Carr, veteran of the 25th Infantry Division, bourbon slinger and firearms enthusiast along side Mark Lancaster, owner of Squared Away Customs and co-host of the PodCast Shooters Nation.Radio Free New Hampshire Shared .
How New Hampshire Got Its ShapeWhat's nearly triangular, fiercely litigated, and often just rivers? The state border, of course. This week, we look at how New Hampshire fought for its borders.Word of Mouth Shared .
NH Cities Join Worldwide Trump Immigration-Policy ProtestsNH Cities Join Worldwide Trump Immigration-Policy Protests PORTSMOUTH, N.H. - People in more than 600 cities across five continents are holding vigils tonight to protest the Trump administration's immigration policies and call for an end to migrant detention.Public News Service Shared .
North Country: The Big NansenThe dream of waking "the sleeping giant." This audio postcard is part of Word of Mouth's series on the North Country.Word of Mouth Shared .
NH Weekend March, Town Hall Focus on Need for Election ReformsNH Weekend March, Town Hall Focus on Need for Election Reforms PORTSMOUTH, N.H. - A march for public funding of political campaigns and a presidential town hall focusing on similar election reform issues capped off the Independence weekend in New Hampshire.Public News Service Shared .
RFNH Dr. Thomas BalistrieriDr. Thomas Balistrieri is a professor at WPI who has studied indigenous Lore for most of his adult life.Radio Free New Hampshire Shared .
The Bookshelf: The U.S. Confronts a Future Health Crisis in Wheelan's Political SatireImagine there's a virus living inside you. This virus is harmless. Most of the time.The Bookshelf Shared .
North Country: Side-by-SideIs the North Country moving towards an ATV-based economy? And if it is, what does that mean for residents who aren't sold on the idea?Word of Mouth Shared .
NH Fourth of July: Parades, Cookouts and CandidatesParades, Cookouts and Candidates MERRIMACK, N.H. - This week's Fourth of July parades acted as honey for the swarm of presidential candidates trying to break through the media clutter and meet voters directly.Public News Service Shared .
Can You Feel the Lies TonightWith Disney's reboot of The Lion King hitting theaters, does the original still hold up all these years later?Outside/In Shared .
WWII Veteran: Ignorance, Indifference Greatest Threats to AmericaIgnorance, Indifference Greatest Threats to America NEW YORK - Seventy-four years after he saw the flag raised on Iwo Jima, a World War II veteran has an Independence Day message for America: The fight for liberty goes on, and today's enemies are ignorance and indifference to justice.Public News Service Shared .
Education Loses in Governor's Budget VetoEducation Loses in Governor's Budget Veto CONCORD, N.H. - This summer's fireworks in New Hampshire are likely to be at the State House, as legislators and the governor try to work out a compromise budget to run the state for the next two years.Public News Service Shared .
North Country: Mill ComplexIs the North Country ready, willing, and able to shift from a timber-based economy to a tourism-based economy?Word of Mouth Shared .
Politicians Share Post-Traumatic Stress ChallengesPoliticians Share Post-Traumatic Stress Challenges MANCHESTER, N.H. - How you cope with.Public News Service Shared .
Has Manchester Sent Spring Sewage into Merrimack River?MANCHESTER, N.H. - Has the city of Manchester been pumping raw sewage into the Merrimack River because of heavy rains this spring?Public News Service Shared .
The 2020 Field and President Trump's Reelection CampaignAs the 2020 presidential primary field shapes up, Josh and Neil take a look at where the candidates stand going into the first debates, and who could take on President Trump.New Hampshire Live Shared .
Plan BEver since the threat of climate change was first made public, scientists have offered the possibility of a card: geoengineering.Outside/In Shared .
Episode 21Amy Klobuchar, the first woman to be elected to the U.S. Senate from Minnesota and a 2020 presidential candidate, spoke with Neil Levesque of the New Hampshire Institute of Politics after her appearance at Politics and Eggs.New Hampshire Live Shared .
New Hampshire Tops Nat'l. List for Child Well-beingList for Child Well-being CONCORD, N.H. - A new report ranks New Hampshire number one in overall child well-being, but advocates for kids and families say it's no time to be complacent as there's room for improvement.Public News Service Shared .
Forest and the TreesRunning for office in NH is more than kissing babies and shaking hands. There are qualifications to meet, paperwork to be filed, yard signs to be placed...Word of Mouth Shared .
Where Does The North Country Begin, And End, in N.H.?Over the last few months, here at Word of Mouth, we've asked listeners to send us their questions about northern New Hampshire.Word of Mouth Shared .
The Bookshelf: Trans Girl Navigates Middle School in Exeter Author's New NovelFor many kids, middle school is a fraught time. Friendships are forged and broken; bodies begin to change in sometimes uncomfortable ways.The Bookshelf Shared .
A First-in-the-Nation Chat with Bill GardnerBill Gardner, New Hampshire Secretary of State since 1976 and protector of the first-in-the-nation primary, shares his wealth of knowledge with Neil Levesque and Josh McElveen.New Hampshire Live Shared .
Swimming LessonsSwimming is something that is more or less a part of human experience, depending on who you are, where you are, when you are alive in history.Outside/In Shared .
Birth and the Birth of TourismWhen you think about civics and government, you probably think about voting and politicians, but the government touches every part of your life from birth to death.Word of Mouth Shared .
Episode 19Former governor Bill Weld, who is currently the only Republican primary challenger to President Donald Trump, shares his thoughts on New Hampshire and key issues in the upcoming election.New Hampshire Live Shared .