Local news, reporting and newscasts from Vermont Public Radio.
What if you could decide what stories Vermont Public Radio should be covering, before they're even assigned? That's the idea behind Brave Little State.
Each week, Dr. Trey Dobson, chief medical officer and board-certified emergency physician, of Southwestern Vermont Health Care (SVHC) will discuss current regional, state, and national healthcare topics and trends with a guest as well as answer questions posted by virtual attendees.
A weekly discussion of all things Vermont and beyond. Kind of like VPR... with beer.
Welcome to Mudseason. Join us as we 'cut through the mud' to bring you stories supported by original research. This podcast is brought to you by the Center for Research on Vermont, a cross-discipline group of scholars that focuses on providing original knowledge to the world through examining the state's social, economic, cultural and physical environment. The Center covers issues and stories about the state of Vermont, or produced by scholars based in Vermont. Episodes are created and produ ...
Vermont Hills UMC - a conversational community of faith
Resilience Radio is a place for healthcare professionals to talk about the heart of their work as well as be a resource and inspiration for Vermonters in thinking about how to nurture our resilience both as individuals and as a larger community.
Sermons from Praise Chapel Outreach in Hartford, Vermont, USA.
But Why is a show led by kids. They ask the questions and we find the answers. It’s a big interesting world out there. On But Why, we tackle topics large and small, about nature, words, even the end of the world. Know a kid with a question? Record it with a smartphone. Be sure to include your kid's first name, age, and town and send the recording to firstname.lastname@example.org!
Our weekly podcast shares the unique perspective of the North East, Beast Coast Ultra running scene: raw, impulsive, and irreverent. The Cultra Trail Running Podcast is a place where we can get together and discuss all the fun stuff that happens on the trails that most normal people don't care about. Join the Cult! or maybe you already have without realizing it... resistance is futile.
Each week, I talk with makers, doers, artists, and performers about their unique journeys and what they love about living in Vermont.
Each week, Charlie Nardozzi joins VPR’s Weekend Edition host Mary Engisch for a conversation about gardening, and to answer your questions about what you're seeing in the natural world.We'll spend time every episode addressing your gardening problems so you can stay on top of things. We want to hear from you via email, Facebook messages, tweets and phone calls to use on the air.Each show will begin with Mary and Charlie discussing a hot trend or timely chore. It could be about the weather, a ...
What started as a pure comedy show has evolved into a political discussion with a comedy touch. We highlight the greed, nonsense, and power hungry who hold elected and non-elected positions and those seeking to push the US out of democracy and into a weird dictatorship led by a reality show host. We hope you enjoy the show, leave some good feedback where you get your podcasts and recommend us to your like-minded friends.
Stories of Refugee Resettlement in Vermont
News and conversation about issues affecting Vermonters, hosted by Jane Lindholm and Bob Kinzel . Together, we consider the context of current events with the people who make our region buzz.
John walks down Vermont Ave. to clear his head before a big decision. This is an atmospheric and intimate portrait of a thirtysomething in LA during the end of 2020.
NCPR provides locally-produced news stories from around the Adirondack and North Country regions of New York State, as well as Western Vermont, and Ontario and Quebec in Canada. 010329
The national oral history project collects the stories and voices of Vermonters. Distributed twice weekly through the summer.
Has there been a time in your life where you’ve looked to someone to guide you? Grammy-nominated flutist Karen Kevra is a musician whose life was changed by her mentor. Join her for engaging interviews of artists as they share personal stories of deep connection that will warm your heart and inspire you....whatever you do and wherever you are on your path.
Technology News for the Green Mountain state
Featuring Vermont’s most influential business leaders, Start Here bridges the gap between entertainment and inspiration by presenting the unfiltered stories of today’s top innovators. Everybody starts somewhere - why not Start Here? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Sunday sermons from Georgia Plain Baptist Church in Georgia, Vermont
Welcome to The Final Word on all things Political and Pop Cultural. Comedic duo Frangela makes "Real News. REAL FUNNY!" Your positive "Back Up AND Black Up!" here to inspire you to #RESIST! Subscribe, review, and get a new episode each week! As a quick listen option, we also give you our classic "Idiot of the Week" in a separate podcast. Produced by Gayle and Laura in Vermont.
A fortnightly audio plunge into the everyday lives of extraordinary people.
East Montpelier, Vermont
Vermont Edition brings you news and conversation about issues affecting Vermont.Subscribe to the Podcast with the links below or via RSS.Visit the Vermont Edition page to listen to the archives and for more about the show.
A writing podcast for writers and curious readers, featuring interviews with authors, poets, agents and editors. Twice chosen as one of Writer's Digest Magazine's 101 Best Website for Writers. Vermont-grown.
The Eye On The Sky is Vermont's weather service and is a production of the Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium and Vermont Public Radio (VPR).
Basic Folk is a podcast with honest conversations between musicians and Cindy Howes, a well-versed public radio host and music curator, and guest host Lizzie No, a talented singer/songwriter. Basic Folk approaches interviews with warmth, humor and insightful questions. This podcast fosters the folk community and showcases a genre that is often misunderstood. Basic Folk features complex conversations about the human experience witnessed from an artistic angle. Our definition of “folk” is extr ...
Get your daily dose of what's happening in New York's North Country, the Adirondacks, Vermont, Canada, and beyond. Host David Sommerstein presents the best stories from North Country Public Radio's award-winning newsroom. You'll hear the most interesting voices on the most important issues in the region. There's even a micro-newscast to keep you up to date. When you miss "going local" in your podcast feed, Story of the Day has you covered. 010329
The majority of Vermonters are member-owners of a financial cooperative Vermont credit union, supported by the Association of Vermont Credit Unions.
Ian Grant, owner of Vermont Dog Boarding & Behavior brings you a podcast dedicated to interviewing a dog trainer from every state. Also included will be his Facebook Live Streams, his "Talking Dogs" radio show, and interviews with influential people in the dog business. We hope you enjoy the show and please leave a review for Ian in iTunes.
Local radio and dance party host DJ Llu interviews Vermont bands and internationally-known musicians touring locally. Get to know some of your favorite artists better in these intimate, behind-the-scenes chats.
Welcome to the Vermont Dog Trainer Show with Ian Grant. On this podcast you will find a mix of question and answer, our Complicated Canines Show, and other events that we have going on. After 10+ years in the business I want to share what I have learned as I continue to educate myself. The more I learn, the more I teach.
Staff and providers at the University of Vermont Medical Center discuss relevant health topics and give you tips on how to live a healthier life.
Three song sets from Rick Cusick, Vermont Singer/Songwriter
Jon "JAG" Gay creates podcasts for businesses and nonprofits through his company, JAG in Detroit. A 15 year radio veteran, he brings a decade and a half of audio experience and perspective to the podcasting world. Once a week, this podcast will cover industry news and tips to make your show sound better.
The work of Vermont writer and photographer Sean Cooley
Weekly messages presented at Assembly of God Christian Center, Vergennes, Vermont.
On this page, you will find sermons that I have preached over the years. Over the years I have preached in Nebraska, Arkansas, Texas, Vermont, and Kansas. I have preached full time in Vermont and Kansas.
Recent Messages from Community Bible Church
Hosted by CNN's Jake Tapper and Dana Bash, State of the Union features interviews with top newsmakers on politics and policy—covering Washington, the country, and the world.
Two friends. Two Burlingtons.
Interviews and stories from the woodstove, fireplace and pellet stove industry experts.
Sharing the fruits of local talent from the Green Mountain State. In each episode of Vermont Made, one artist, craftsperson, designer, specialty food producer, or other Vermont creative shares the story behind one thing they've made. Produced by the Vermont Arts Council and hosted by Desmond Peeples.
Keeping in touch with the people, places, food, music, beer and more that all come together to make life *Great in the 802*
Each week, folklorist, author, and historian Jeff Belanger and radio host Ray Auger explore the ghosts, monsters, folklore, history, and legends of New England. If you give us about ten minutes, we’ll give you something strange to talk about today. The bizarre is closer than you think!
In Episode 217, Jeff Belanger and Ray Auger head to Pownal, Vermont, to explore the witch trial of the widow Mrs. Krieger. In 1765, the widow Krieger was accused of being in league with the devil. She was given a choice to face one of two horrible tests to see if she was indeed a witch. Though a century had passed since Salem’s infamous trials, bel…
The early months of the pandemic saw a dramatic increase in Vermonters using telemedicine services. A year and a half later, doctors still rely on telemedicine, but a number of health care providers — and teenaged patients — say in some situations, it's actually preferred.By Mitch Wertlieb, Bob Kinzel, Matthew F. Smith
If we are able to recognize patterns in our dogs behaviors then you will learn how dogs use shortcuts to get what they want faster. Takeaways: 1. Dogs are designed to conserve energy 2. How they use shortcuts 3. How you can train them to use shortcuts Courtesy 93.9 WLVBBy Ian Grant
We talk to Kimberly Harrington about her new book, But You Seemed So Happy, which takes an honest look at her marriage ... and her plans to get divorced.By Mikaela Lefrak, Lydia Brown
Season 1 | Episode 34 | October 6, 2021 In this week's episode, Dr. Trey Dobson hosts Southwestern Vermont Medical Center Registered Dietitian Rachel Rodney, RD. She will share services that are available for free for local patients who would like to improve their diets. Rodney has worked in many different capacities at Southwestern Vermont Medical…
Call us rivals, or frenemies...But where does this half-serious tension come from? Ian Harding of Los Angeles asked us to break it down. Check out our 2017 episode about how some of the differences between Vermont and New Hampshire stem from our geology, and go back literally hundreds of millions of years. As always, our journalism is better when y…
Sean Gammon, President & CEO of Vermont's 802 Credit Union, shares personal and credit union history, the makings of 802 Credit Union, forecasts for the future and much more. Hosted by Joe Bergeron, President, Association of Vermont Credit Unions.By Podcasts by the Association of Vermont Credit Unions
Help produce Basic Folk by contributing at basicfolk.com/donate Editor's note: Lizzie No interviews Dar Williams on Basic Folk! Be sure to got back and listen to Lizzie's previous guest host spots on the pod and subscribe, so you never miss Lizzie! Dar’s new album, ‘I’ll Meet You Here,’ is out now. Dar Williams, originally from Mount Kisco, NY, gre…
(Oct 14, 2021) The Democratic race for Governor is starting to take shape, with Kathy Hochul playing her cards right in her auditioning role for the job so far. Also: local leaders are hopeful the return of Canadians crossing the border will help out the fall and winter economy in the North Country.By NCPR News
(Oct 14, 2021) Keratin, the substance wool, hair, and feathers are made from, makes a pretty thin diet, but the clothes moth has been dogging humanity's closets and drawers for hundreds of years, unravelling the work of generations of knitters and weavers to feed its larvae.By Natural Selections
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Every Monday night, a group of veterans in the Upper Valley meets for a virtual book club. They are not reading the latest bestsellers. Instead, they discuss works by Sophocles and Homer. In stories written thousands of years ago, they find parallels to what war has meant for them.By Lexi Krupp
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(Oct 13, 2021) Rates of new COVID-19 cases have been high in the North Country for weeks, high enough that the CDC recommends everyone wear masks indoors. Yet county governments have a hodge-podge of masking rules in their own buildings. Also: Gov. Hochul is pushing back against a court ruling in favor of religious exemptions for vaccine mandates.…
Nate has a night in a caboose that Jason has visited before. Plus, we talk about the Closer from Dave Chapelle and what's happened with the now former coach of the Las Vegas Raiders. Subscribe: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqpcDDbGO42vvbJ3-90Q6hQ/ Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/wth-podcast/id1460563288 Spotify: https://op…
At Gov. Phil Scott's COVID briefing on Tuesday, Oct. 12, officials said case counts over the past seven days rose to some of the highest levels since the beginning of the pandemic, and infection rates are most severe among young children who aren't yet eligible for the vaccine.By Peter Hirschfeld, Henry Epp
A conversation with a veteran who served in the National Guard under "don't ask, don't tell."By Mitch Wertlieb, Matthew F. Smith
Eye On The Night Sky For Tuesday, October 12, 2021 by VPRBy VPR
(Oct 12, 2021) People of color are much less likely to hike, ski, and paddle in places like the Adirondacks than white people, losing out on the many health benefits of being in the woods. A group at SUNY Potsdam is trying to close the outdoor recreation gap and diversify the Adirondacks. Also: A judge rules New York must grant religious exemptions…
The state wants to use COVID relief money to encourage mobile home owners to move away from areas that are prone to flooding.By Howard Weiss-Tisman
Leash handling is the foundation of your relationship with your dog and Dru has created a patent pending 4-in-1 leash for any scenario. Takeaways: 1. 1-Stop Shop leash 2. 1 tool for different situations 3. Gaining control before control is a problem Links: Dru's Leash Water Color Paintings Outro Music: “Bad Dog” written by John Fusco and featured o…
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(Oct 11, 2021) How a Plattsburgh-based musician found inspiration in the warm tones of the Fender Rhodes electric piano. Also: Plattsburgh's hospital postpones elective surgeries due to COVID-19 and staffing shortages; and public radio needs you!By NCPR News
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Support the show (https://praisechapeloutreach.networkforgood.com/projects/75552-praise-chapel-outreach)By Pastor Kathy Janisse
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By Rev Tyler Smith
As you take stock of your lawn and gardens in the first days of fall, look around, take notes and plan out what you like to add next year. This is the perfect time to head to your favorite garden center for stock up on plants, shrubs and climbing vines.By Mary Engisch, Charlie Nardozzi
In this short anniversary episode, Muse Mentors host Karen Kevra looks back on a year with a podcast, and a year without concerts. She previews an upcoming concert by Boston's Borromeo Quartet and discusses Beethoven's transcendent Op. 132 A minor string quartet with Nicholas Kitchen, the first violinist of the Borromeo quartet. Credits: Kuhlau, Fa…
Montpelier author Katherine Paterson's books are beloved by millions of readers young and old. Paterson has just published her latest, about a military family navigating the father's deployment to war just after 9/11.By Mary Engisch
John Cleaveland is a landscape artist who paints in, and regularly visits, the Enosburg Falls area. His work is hanging in the Quincy Hotel there.By Shanta Lee Gander
Why do apples have stems? Why do fruits start out as flowers? How did the first apple grow when no one was there to plant its seed? Why can you make a seedless grape and not a seedless apple? Why are apples so juicy? How is apple juice made? Why are apples hard and pears soft? In this episode we take a field trip to Champlain Orchards in Shoreham, …