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When the power mysteriously goes out across the country, society does not instantly break down. Transportation does. Most people simply wait. Martin thinks trouble is coming. His Plan B is to walk the 50 miles from Boston to his home in New Hampshire. His plan B must be revised. He did not plan on Susan: a woman he only knew as a teller in his bank. Traveling together, they encounter criminals out to exploit the outage and local governments intent to restrict travel. This podcast is a readin ...
 
WKXL 103.9/101.9 FM, 1450 AM, and NHTalkRadio.com continue to be a vibrant New Hampshire media entity. The station first hit the airwaves in 1946 and to this day keeps Granite Staters informed and engaged in the current events of our times. Our goals are very simple to inform and entertain our listeners with interviews and stories that are thoughtful and compelling. From tragedy to triumph, fires to championship celebrations, the New Hampshire Primary to the City Council race, we have you co ...
 
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New Hampshire Live

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New Hampshire Live

New Hampshire Institute of Politics

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New Hampshire Live is hosted by Neil Levesque, Executive Director of the New Hampshire Institute of Politics, and Josh McElveen, former WMUR Political Director. Each week they speak with a different guest about all things political in the Granite State, particularly the upcoming 2020 presidential primary.
 
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NEXT New England

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NEXT New England

Connecticut Public Radio

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NEXT was a radio show and podcast that aired its final episode in May 2021 after a successful five-year run. The weekly program focused on New England, one of America's oldest places, at a time of change. NEXT was produced at Connecticut Public Radio and featured stories from journalists across the New England News Collaborative. Most recently, the program was hosted by Morgan Springer. With New England as our laboratory, NEXT asked questions about how we power our society, how we move aroun ...
 
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In this episode of the New Hampshire Journal podcast, New Hampshire Board of Education member Ryan Terrell talks about how to strike the right balance in the classroom between avoiding CRT-inspired, race-based instruction, and teaching the accurate -- and sometimes ugly -- history of the United States. The podcast is rudely interrupted by Drew Clin…
 
Jeff Feingold of NH Business Review with WKXL in the Morning's A. J. Kierstead talk about cybersecurity getting focus from the state government and the state of the New Hampshire real estate market. More from NH Business Review at nhbr.comעל ידי WKXL - NHTalkRadio.com
 
This week on Facing the Future, we turn our attention to the health care provisions in the House-passed version of the Build Back Better Act. These include expanded premium subsidies for health insurance plans purchased under the Affordable Care Act, a new Medicare hearing benefit, and price negotiation for Medicare pharmaceuticals. Will they get t…
 
The final chapter of Book 1. Martin and Susan climb the last big hill and meet an old ham operator. Via Walter's radio they get help to the old couple and learn a little bit about what's been going on in the nation. A ride in a horse cart eases the last miles, but eventually, Martin has to introduce Susan to his wife, Margaret. He dreads the moment…
 
Senior Reporter Annmarie Timmins of New Hampshire Bulletin talks to A. J. on WKXL in the Morning about the latest attempt to deal with COVID-19 patient increases and future increased availability of testing. Get more of their work at newhampshirebulletin.comעל ידי WKXL - NHTalkRadio.com
 
This week on Facing the Future, Concord Coalition Policy Director Tori Gorman and Chief Economist Steve Robinson joined me for a look at the challenges ahead for the Build Back Better Act, which has now passed the House and moved on to the Senate. Then, Concord’s Communications Director Av Harris joined me and Steve for a discussion of Steve’s late…
 
Allison Messier, Mezzo-Soprano, formerly of Manchester is the guest on todays In Touch with Cail and Cormier. Allison is a performer, teacher, and lover of classical songs with the mission of spiritually feeding her audiences through her love of music.על ידי WKXL - NHTalkRadio.com
 
Jeff Feingold of NH Business Review with WKXL in the Morning's A. J. Kierstead talk the possible improvements NH can expect from the Biden infrastructure package and the expanding importance of the health insurance marketplace. More from NH Business Review at nhbr.comעל ידי WKXL - NHTalkRadio.com
 
Longtime WKXL personality Jim Rivers celebrating the 75th Anniversary of the radio station. In addition to his 20-plus years at WKXL, Jim served as Press Secretary to N.H. Governor Steve Merrill and he’s a N.H. Legend of Hockey. Jim has been calling hockey in the state for 50 years.על ידי WKXL - NHTalkRadio.com
 
Reporter Ethan DeWitt of New Hampshire Bulletin talks to A. J. on WKXL in the Morning about proposed municipal school funding reform and the rollout of reporting around the "divisive concepts" law. Get more of their work at newhampshirebulletin.comעל ידי WKXL - NHTalkRadio.com
 
This week on Facing the Future, we looked at some of the hurdles for the Build Back Better Act as it moves to the Senate. Democrats still have some internal disagreements on substance while the administration looks for the right messaging strategy. We also took a virtual trip to West Virginia for a conversation with Professor Karen Kunz and two of …
 
Tom Raffio, President and CEO of Northeast Delta Dental discussing the current state of dentistry in NH including the protocols that have been implemented since Covid. We also talked about the upcoming Granite State Baseball Dinner in Manchester which benefits CHAD, Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth.על ידי WKXL - NHTalkRadio.com
 
Todd Sepulveda, host of ThePrepperWebsitePodcast.com interviews Mic with some questions about the Siege story. If you're a subscriber to Todd's podcast, you'll have already heard this interview. If not, listen in. Todd asks some questions relevant to a preparedness perspective and about the background of the story.…
 
Martin and Susan emerge from the woods, only to be held at gunpoint by an edgy homeowner. He is convinced that the pair are the first of a wave of a 'golden horde' of starving & desperate Massachusetts residents. The man's wife proves to be the calmer head to diffuse the situation.על ידי Mic Roland
 
Reporter Amanda Gokee of New Hampshire Bulletin talks to A. J. on WKXL in the Morning about the recently passed infrastructure bill's impact for New Hampshire and Sununu's decision not to run for US senate. Get more of their work at newhampshirebulletin.comעל ידי WKXL - NHTalkRadio.com
 
This is the sermon from Sunday, Nov. 7, 2021 with Pastor David Shaw. Sermon Series: "Purity + Mission = Holiness" Sermon Title: "Mission" Scripture Reference: Acts 1:1-9. Sermon Response Song: “He Giveth More Grace” – Annie Johnson Flint | Hubert Mitchell – © Words: Public Domain; Music: 1941 – Renewed 1969 Lillenas Publishing Co – Hymn 101 – CCLI …
 
This week on Artful Living, Jane Cormier interviews Maye Hart, Director of the upcoming show, "All Together Now," with the Pittsfield Players. An evening of celebration in song for the reopening of theaters around the world, All Together Now!It features music from some of your favorite Broadway shows presented by the very talented ensemble of perfo…
 
This week on Facing the Future, we explore the potential economic effects of the Build Back Better Act and the cost of making its temporary provisions permanent. A vote on the House version of the bill is expected next week. Then we’ll consider the economic feedback of federal spending on infrastructure, a subject that is front and center with the …
 
Lots of action in this edition of the podcast, recorded just hours after Gov. Chris Sununu shocked the political world (except for NHJournal's Michael Graham) with his announcement that he's not running for the U.S. Senate but will seek a fourth term as governor. The Josiah Bartlett Center's Drew Cline weighs in, as does Greg Moore of the N.H. chap…
 
One Monday morning in October, the power goes out in Boston and apparently all across the nation. Martin decides to go home rather than get stuck in downtown Boston. With traffic gridlocked and no busses leaving for New Hampshire, his only option is to walk the 50 miles. He's not really ready for that.…
 
Martin and Susan escape the carjackers by fleeing into a vast woods, playing an audio version of hide-and-seek. Martin's street map isn't of much use for cross-country trekking. As they work their way out of the woods, they get to know each other better. Although, Martin is too candid about his antagonism toward squirrels. Emerging from the woods s…
 
Senior reporter Annmarie Timmins of New Hampshire Bulletin talks to A. J. on WKXL in the Morning about the importance of state website updates, as well as NH COVID-19 vaccinations and data. Get more of their work at newhampshirebulletin.comעל ידי WKXL - NHTalkRadio.com
 
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