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The Democratic Gubernatorial Recount
Friday, 09/03/10
By Bob Kinzel
Some have called the Democratic gubernatorial recount the party's worst nightmare, while others say it could bring unity to the Democrats. News analyst Chris Graff discusses what effect the recount will have on the race in November.
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Vermont Painter Woody Jackson
Thursday, 09/02/10
By Jane Lindholm
Vermont artist Woody Jackson paints iconic watercolors of black and white cows against brightly colored skies, fields and barns. Jackson is our guest to talk about the natural landscape that inspires his art. Also, the spiny softshell turtle has a stirred a controversy in Mississquoi Bay. And we read from your letters.
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Advances In Breast Cancer Therapies
Monday, 09/27/10
By Jane Lindholm
A researcher at the Vermont Cancer Center has published a massive study of surgical breast cancer patients that shows hope for less invasive cancer treatment. Also, Dartmouth College's history in training Native Americans to be Christian ministers, and another Report From Afghanistan.
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Author Garret Keizer On Noise
Monday, 08/02/10
By Jane Lindholm
Vermont writer Garret Keizer traveled the world for his book, The Unwanted Sound Of Everything We Want. We talk with him about the connections between noise, technology and culture. We also hear from the Montpelier based Noise Pollution Clearinghouse. 
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"Breaking Bread"
Monday, 08/09/10
By Jane Lindholm
Author Lynne Christy Anderson shares culinary traditions and stories from her book, "Breaking Bread: Recipes and Stories from Immigrant Kitchens." Plus, today's young female clowns are working to break down barriers in what remains a male-dominated profession.  And we read from your letters.
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Debate: Dem. U.S. Senate Candidates
Wednesday, 08/04/10
By Jane Lindholm
Incumbent Senator Patrick Leahy faces challenger Dan Freilich in their only debate of the primary election season.
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Novelist Howard Frank Mosher
Thursday, 07/22/10
By Jane Lindholm
The writer who's been called the 'voice of the Northeast Kingdom' shrugs off the moniker. We talk with Howard Frank Mosher about his body of work that features Vermont's people and landscape prominently. Also, Libby Smith of Essex describes the uncertainty and joys of life as a professional golfer.
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The Baseball Show
Friday, 07/09/10
By Bob Kinzel
Red Sox injuries, Yankees dominance and a raft of no-hitters have punctuated the season so far. Our panel of baseball experts looks at how the season is progressing and what to expect in the second half.
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Wolves In The Northeast
Tuesday, 06/29/10
By Jane Lindholm
We look at what it would mean if wolves were to repopulate the region, and how the state and federal governments might respond. Also, we check in on Vermont's inmates who are sent to prisons out of the state. And, we visit an equine massage therapist.
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Vermont's Forest History
Wednesday, 06/09/10
By Jane Lindholm
We talk about Vermont trees and how certain species have flourished while others have declined.  Also, we discover what's behind the disappearance of the New England Cottontail.
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Canadian Perspectives On Hydro-Quebec
Friday, 06/11/10
By Jane Lindholm
As Vermonters raise concerns about designating power from the huge Hydro-Quebec project as 'renewable', we travel to Montreal to speak with a representative of Hydro-Quebec and a Canadian environmentalist about the impact of large-scale hydropower.  We also hear from VPR's John Dillon who visited Hydro-Quebec's Rupert River project.
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Summer Theater In Vermont
Thursday, 06/17/10
By Jane Lindholm
We get a preview of a few productions being staged this summer, and learn how the season comes together - from selecting plays, casting, developing new local talent and keeping the company afloat financially. Also, why the legacy of Republican Governor Dick Snelling has been embraced by current Demcoratic gubernatorial candidates. And we open up the listener mailbag.
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Marking The 10th Anniversary Of Civil Unions
Monday, 04/26/10
By Jane Lindholm
We talk with retired Vermont Chief Justice Jeffrey Amestoy, who wrote the court decision that led to civil unions -and we hear about the legislative debate that followed, along with a personal reflection on the period.
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Landslides And Regional Geology
Monday, 05/17/10
By Jane Lindholm
A tragic landslide in Quebec reminds us that the marine clay surface layers in our region are fragile. We talk with two geologists about the ancient events that formed the mountains and waterways in our region. And a Vermont Guard soldier explains why going back to the site of his injury has helped heal his psychological wounds.
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Spring Migration Bird Show
Monday, 04/05/10
By Jane Lindholm
"Bird Diva" Bridget Butler answers your questions about bird behavior and when we can expect to see specific species returning to our region. Also, the crime novels of Archer Mayor, recreated as audio plays.
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Outdoor Grilling And Barbecuing
Friday, 05/28/10
By Jane Lindholm
We talk about the finer points of backyard grilling and barbecuing - and we take your questions, tips and suggestions.  Also, we remember the late Vermont bluesman Big Joe Burrell.
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Photographing Vermont
Wednesday, 10/07/09
By Jane Lindholm
Ever wish you could take a better photograph?  Not sure how to capture the best light?  Or how to find inspiration?  We answer all of your photography questions!  Also, an update on the GI Bill.
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Mean Mothers
Tuesday, 11/17/09
By Jane Lindholm
We talk with author Peg Streep about the influence mothers have over daughters.  Also, a Vermont company has created iPhone applications from Audubon Guides.
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Summer Reading
Tuesday, 06/23/09
By Jane Lindholm
It's the annual summer reading program, and we want to hear your recommendations! 
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2009 Music Show!
Thursday, 12/17/09
By Jane Lindholm
It's our annual music show, and we want to hear from you.  Send us your picks for the best artists, albums, or songs of 2009.
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