Should New Hampshire businesses be exempt from employee lawsuits when those working are affected by COVID-19 while at the job?
Roger Wood talks with Joseph Hileman, veteran police officer, about his company blue-u.com, an organization that trains businesses and individuals to protect themselves from violent crimes.
Podcast with U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen’s daughter Stefany Shaheen and Andy Smith of the University of New Hampshire about the Washington, D.C. riot.
This podcast explores two sides of the housing boom, rising prices and the need for workforce housing. I speak to Adam Gaudet, a real estate broker and president of the Seacoast Board of Realtors, and Craig Welch, Executive Director of the Portsmouth Housing Authority.
University of New Hampshire professor Brad Kinsey on a new initiative to help prevent cyber-hacking. His focus is cyber security in manufacturing.
Turn off the TV! Roger’s podcast made me smile.
Matt Simon, a New Hampshire Marijuana advocate for legalization, talks about minimal progress in the Legislature and his optimism for future progress for recreational legalization.
Roger Wood has a look at the school lunch efforts during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Roger Wood delves into the issue of helping the homeless in New
Hampshire with Martha Stone, executive director of Crossroads House in
From time to time, our Roger Wood of Portsmouth enjoys taking a break from the world of news to talk about anything that pleases him.