Podcast producer Roger Wood had the opportunity to speak with Douglas Teschner shortly after Russia illegally invaded Ukraine. Now, 10 months into the war, he offers his thoughts on the current state of affairs in that embattled country.
The Nashua Center for the Arts is nearing completion right downtown. Podcaster Roger Wood caught up with what’s happening in Nashua, speaking with long-time mayor Jim Donchess.
New Hampshire continues to be the only state in New England to prohibit the sale of recreational marijuana
The state of New Hampshire has accepted a $50 million federal grant to build affordable housing. How much of the current housing shortage that will ease is an ongoing question, one that podcast producer Roger Wood asked Elissa Margolin, the executive director of the nonprofit New Hampshire Housing Action NH.
Did Donald Trump sabotage the Republican party in this election? And did successful gerrymandering in New Hampshire by the Republicans changing districts to favor themselves help Republicans in the state Senate election?
It is of value if the gun shots when they first ring out will be instantly transmitted to police or fire departments.
Roger Wood has the wall wart blues. And it really has him wired. He explains in this podcast.
It might be a small town, but Bradford has a big commitment to recycling waste. In fact Lois Kilnap, who manages the mandatory program as well as the entire transfer station, told Roger Wood that most of the residents in a town of 2,200 people are on board with it. She herself got an early introduction to the value of it in earlier jobs.
In this podcast, we will hear from Chuck Suma, the chief operating officer at Million Air. We will also hear from Dania Seigley and Roger Wiegley. Seigley has launched a petition drive to present opposition to the project.
InDepthNH.org podcast producer Roger Wood wonders if the revolution in smart phones and their improvements have actually trapped us into relying on them all day and night.