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The Exchange is New Hampshire's only locally produced statewide call-in talk show, hosted by Laura Knoy. It airs live at 9 AM and rebroadcasts at 7 PM weekdays. Want to call in during the show or leave us a message? Here's the number: 800.892.6477 You can also reach the show by email, by tagging us in a tweet, following us on Instagram, or sending a message to our Facebook page.

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The Exchange is New Hampshire's only locally produced statewide call-in talk show, hosted by Laura Knoy. It airs live at 9 AM and rebroadcasts at 7 PM weekdays. Want to call in during the show or leave us a message? Here's the number: 800.892.6477 You can also reach the show by email, by tagging us in a tweet, following us on Instagram, or sending a message to our Facebook page.

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Why I am a sustaining contributor

By Rcecc1960 - Jul 14 2018
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Laura Knoy does a fantastic job of drawing out her guests. The series on candidates for the First Congressional District is a great resource for voters that want to be informed.

Beautiful Show

By Kessler'-_____-' - Mar 09 2017
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Does a good job at educating you on things you may not know about

iTunes Ratings

20 Ratings
Average Ratings
19
0
0
0
1

Why I am a sustaining contributor

By Rcecc1960 - Jul 14 2018
Read more
Laura Knoy does a fantastic job of drawing out her guests. The series on candidates for the First Congressional District is a great resource for voters that want to be informed.

Beautiful Show

By Kessler'-_____-' - Mar 09 2017
Read more
Does a good job at educating you on things you may not know about

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The Exchange

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The Exchange is New Hampshire's only locally produced statewide call-in talk show, hosted by Laura Knoy. It airs live at 9 AM and rebroadcasts at 7 PM weekdays. Want to call in during the show or leave us a message? Here's the number: 800.892.6477 You can also reach the show by email, by tagging us in a tweet, following us on Instagram, or sending a message to our Facebook page.

There's A Podcast For That

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Whether you’re stuck in traffic or stuck in the kitchen as Thanksgiving nears, we have some ideas for great podcast listening. These on-demand shows have exploded in the last decade, and are now being used for in-depth reporting, to influence policy, and as educational tools. We discuss the latest podcasts, and the role podcasts are playing in the media industry. Read on for all our recommendations! Original air date: Wednesday, November 27, 2019.

Nov 26 2019

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The Indian World Of George Washington: The First President And Native Americans

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Dartmouth professor Colin Calloway puts the Native American leaders that influenced George Washington in focus in his book, The Indian World of George Washington: The First President, the First Americans, and the Birth of the Nation. We discuss Washington's experiences with Native leaders, and how these relationships shaped his policy. Original air date: Tuesday, November, 26, 2019.

Nov 26 2019

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A N.H. Farmer Roundtable Before Thanksgiving

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With Thanksgiving approaching, we consider our agricultural heritage in the Granite State. We talk with a few of the farmers who produce our food in this state to find out about the challenges that come with making a living off the land, take a look at challenges for farming in the future, especially in a warming climate, and we discover the joys of working with the earth and animals. Air Date: Monday, November 25, 2019

Nov 22 2019

57mins

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Restoring Oysters and Growing A Business in N.H.'s Great Bay

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Oyster farming is growing in New Hampshire’s “hidden coast," the Great Bay. It’s one of just a few foods that you can put on your plate that can actively make the environment cleaner as it grows. We check in on the effort to use bivalves to restore the Great Bay, and on the businesses that are bringing N.H. oysters to market. Hosted by Sam Evans-Brown of Outside/In. Air Date: Monday, December 2, 2019

Nov 27 2019

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Watch or Listen: 2020 Candidate Forum with Andrew Yang

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The New Hampshire Primary 2020 Candidate Forum series on The Exchange continued Nov. 7 with Democrat Andrew Yang. The entrepreneur and political newcomer discusses domestic and foreign policy, as well as some of the ideas he's become known for, such as "universal basic income." Yang warns of automation endangering American jobs. He says providing an income of $1,000 to all Americans over 18 would help solve that problem by creating a "trickle-up" economy.

Nov 06 2019

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The Future of Garbage In N.H. & Rethinking the Waste Cycle

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With landfills filling up and in some cases closing, New Hampshire's options for disposing solid waste are dwindling. We examine how communities might do a better job of diverting waste -- by reducing, reusing, or recycling it -- and what a new legislative report says about how the state should address these challenges. Air Date: Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2019

Nov 12 2019

56mins

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Search and Rescue in N.H.: Pushing the Limits

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In addition to hikers on N.H.'s many trails, there are also a growing number of trail runners, backcountry skiers, bikers and climbers. As adventurers in New Hampshire's backcountry press at limits previously untested or left alone, this trend is joined by modern technologyin presenting a new series of challenges for rescuers and for society in general.

Nov 04 2019

56mins

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Weekly N.H. News Roundup: Nov. 8, 2019

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In a long-held political ritual, several presidential candidates file their paperwork at the Statehouse for the 2020 New Hampshire Primary, while Vice President Mike Pence files on behalf of President Trump. Cities around the state hold elections for mayor — and on whether to allow sports betting in their communities. And the Statehouse has been a busy place, as deadlines loom for committees to complete their work on156 retained bills from last session. Original air date: Friday, November 8, 2019.

Nov 07 2019

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The Role Of Current Use For Our Land And Within Our Tax Structure

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Current use is a land taxation program that aims to encourage open space through lower tax rates for forests, and farms. However, it’s been scrutinized in a state with a heavy reliance on property taxes. We look at how current use has shaped our landscape, and the role it plays in conservation, economic development, recreation, and land use. Original air date: Monday, November 18th.

Nov 17 2019

57mins

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How the Presidential Nomination Contest Is Unfolding In Iowa

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Candidates are courting voters in the Hawkeye state, as they are in New Hampshire -- but some with notable differences in terms of time, money, and the issues. We check in on the campaign in Iowa, and look at efforts to make the caucus system more inclusive. This show originally aired Thursday, November 14.

Nov 13 2019

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A New Season: N.H.'s Ski Industry

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New Hampshire had a robust season last year, with more than two million skier visits. Still, there are questions about the future: including climate change, an aging skier demographic, and workforce shortages. Original air date: Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2019.

Dec 11 2019

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Watch Or Listen: 2020 Candidate Forum With Pete Buttigieg

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Our N.H. 2020 Primary Forum series continues with Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg. We sit down with the South Bend, Indiana mayor and Afghanistan war veteran before a live audience to discuss a range of domestic and foreign policy issues and address listener questions submitted before the event.

Dec 06 2019

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2019 Annual Holiday Book Show

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The gift-giving season is suddenly upon us, and our independent bookstore owners are back with the best books of 2019 and recommendations for holiday shopping - including for yourself! What were your favorite books of the year? All the titles that come up in our conversation, as well as our guest picks, will be posted as soon as possible after the show. Air Date: Thursday, Dec. 5, 2019

Dec 04 2019

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Where They Stand: Higher Education And Student Debt In The 2020 Campaign

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College debt and the cost of higher education are major issues of the 2020 presidential primary. Democratic candidates, and President Trump, have announced a variety of plans, such as free public college or student loan forgiveness. We look at the proposals, and the role of higher education issues in this election. Original air date: Wednesday, December 4, 2019.

Dec 03 2019

57mins

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The N.H. Primary: How & Why This Political Institution Is Changing

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We check in on how Granite State voters have experienced the N.H. primary season thus far and why many say this political institution is changing. We talk with the producers of NHPR's new podcast Stranglehold , an investigation into the power and people behind the primary, about how the house-party tradition is holding up against larger candidate events & selfie lines.

Dec 02 2019

57mins

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Restoring Oysters and Growing A Business in N.H.'s Great Bay

Podcast cover
Read more
Oyster farming is growing in New Hampshire’s “hidden coast," the Great Bay. It’s one of just a few foods that you can put on your plate that can actively make the environment cleaner as it grows. We check in on the effort to use bivalves to restore the Great Bay, and on the businesses that are bringing N.H. oysters to market. Hosted by Sam Evans-Brown of Outside/In. Air Date: Monday, December 2, 2019

Nov 27 2019

57mins

Play

There's A Podcast For That

Podcast cover
Read more
Whether you’re stuck in traffic or stuck in the kitchen as Thanksgiving nears, we have some ideas for great podcast listening. These on-demand shows have exploded in the last decade, and are now being used for in-depth reporting, to influence policy, and as educational tools. We discuss the latest podcasts, and the role podcasts are playing in the media industry. Read on for all our recommendations! Original air date: Wednesday, November 27, 2019.

Nov 26 2019

57mins

Play

The Indian World Of George Washington: The First President And Native Americans

Podcast cover
Read more
Dartmouth professor Colin Calloway puts the Native American leaders that influenced George Washington in focus in his book, The Indian World of George Washington: The First President, the First Americans, and the Birth of the Nation. We discuss Washington's experiences with Native leaders, and how these relationships shaped his policy. Original air date: Tuesday, November, 26, 2019.

Nov 26 2019

57mins

Play

A N.H. Farmer Roundtable Before Thanksgiving

Podcast cover
Read more
With Thanksgiving approaching, we consider our agricultural heritage in the Granite State. We talk with a few of the farmers who produce our food in this state to find out about the challenges that come with making a living off the land, take a look at challenges for farming in the future, especially in a warming climate, and we discover the joys of working with the earth and animals. Air Date: Monday, November 25, 2019

Nov 22 2019

57mins

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Special Impeachment Edition of The Exchange: New Hampshire Reacts

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All week, we've heard public testimony from US diplomats and government staff about allegations that President Trump was using military aid to Ukraine to leverage an investigation into his political opponents. We want to hear your thoughts - what stood out to you, and what are your questions? Original air date: Friday, November 22, 2019

Nov 21 2019

57mins

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The Role Of Current Use For Our Land And Within Our Tax Structure

Podcast cover
Read more
Current use is a land taxation program that aims to encourage open space through lower tax rates for forests, and farms. However, it’s been scrutinized in a state with a heavy reliance on property taxes. We look at how current use has shaped our landscape, and the role it plays in conservation, economic development, recreation, and land use. Original air date: Monday, November 18th.

Nov 17 2019

57mins

Play

How the Presidential Nomination Contest Is Unfolding In Iowa

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Read more
Candidates are courting voters in the Hawkeye state, as they are in New Hampshire -- but some with notable differences in terms of time, money, and the issues. We check in on the campaign in Iowa, and look at efforts to make the caucus system more inclusive. This show originally aired Thursday, November 14.

Nov 13 2019

57mins

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The Impeachment Process: What To Expect & What History Tells Us

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Congress begins public hearings as part of the impeachment process of President Trump, following a whistleblower complaint into use of presidential authority to pressure the Ukranian government to investigate Trump's Democratic opponents. What can past presidential impeachment inquiries tell us about the process, and what should we expect going forward? Don't miss Civics 101's "Extra Credit" on presidential impeachments , and listen to their episode on impeachment . Read on for highlights from this conversation. Original air date: Wednesday, November 13, 2019.

Nov 13 2019

57mins

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The Future of Garbage In N.H. & Rethinking the Waste Cycle

Podcast cover
Read more
With landfills filling up and in some cases closing, New Hampshire's options for disposing solid waste are dwindling. We examine how communities might do a better job of diverting waste -- by reducing, reusing, or recycling it -- and what a new legislative report says about how the state should address these challenges. Air Date: Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2019

Nov 12 2019

56mins

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Rebroadcast: Enduring Vietnam: An American Generation And Its War

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The Vietnam War is largely recalled as a mistake, either in the decision to engage there or in the nature of the engagement. Veterans of the war remain largely anonymous figures. Enduring Vietnam recounts the experiences of the young Americans who fought in Vietnam and of families who grieved those who did not return. We talk with author James Wright about the “baby boomers” who grew up in the 1950s, why they went into the military, how they describe serving in “Nam” and their experiences coming home. This program was originally broadcast on 4/27/17.

Nov 12 2019

57mins

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Weekly N.H. News Roundup: Nov. 8, 2019

Podcast cover
Read more
In a long-held political ritual, several presidential candidates file their paperwork at the Statehouse for the 2020 New Hampshire Primary, while Vice President Mike Pence files on behalf of President Trump. Cities around the state hold elections for mayor — and on whether to allow sports betting in their communities. And the Statehouse has been a busy place, as deadlines loom for committees to complete their work on156 retained bills from last session. Original air date: Friday, November 8, 2019.

Nov 07 2019

56mins

Play

Watch or Listen: 2020 Candidate Forum with Andrew Yang

Podcast cover
Read more
The New Hampshire Primary 2020 Candidate Forum series on The Exchange continued Nov. 7 with Democrat Andrew Yang. The entrepreneur and political newcomer discusses domestic and foreign policy, as well as some of the ideas he's become known for, such as "universal basic income." Yang warns of automation endangering American jobs. He says providing an income of $1,000 to all Americans over 18 would help solve that problem by creating a "trickle-up" economy.

Nov 06 2019

12mins

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N.H. Economic News Roundup: Another Federal Interest Rate Cut & The State Of Affordable Housing

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The Federal Reserve cuts interest rates again, amid concern about U.S. manufacturing health. A new state housing task force releases its recommendations, to expand the supply of lower-priced options. And as winter approaches, seasonal businesses are on the hunt for temporary workers. Original air date: Wednesday, November 6, 2019.

Nov 06 2019

57mins

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Health Care Costs, Access, And Drug Prices: Where The 2020 Presidential Primary Candidates Stand

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Lowering medical costs and increasing access to care are among the most important issues for many New Hampshire voters. We examine how the candidates say they will address this, as well as the political context and core ideas within their proposals. Find NPR's breakdown of candidate proposals here . Original air date: Monday, November 4, 2019.

Nov 04 2019

56mins

Play

Search and Rescue in N.H.: Pushing the Limits

Podcast cover
Read more
In addition to hikers on N.H.'s many trails, there are also a growing number of trail runners, backcountry skiers, bikers and climbers. As adventurers in New Hampshire's backcountry press at limits previously untested or left alone, this trend is joined by modern technologyin presenting a new series of challenges for rescuers and for society in general.

Nov 04 2019

56mins

Play