Vermont Public Radio

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Listener-supported Vermont Public Radio has been serving the people of Vermont and the surrounding region since 1977. As Vermont's only statewide public radio network, VPR is a trusted and independent source for news, music, conversation, NPR programming, and much more. For more information about VPR News and VPR Classical, a list of frequencies and streaming audio from all of VPR's services, visit VPR.org.

Series

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9 Pieces

In-depth look at the home-state records of the Democratic presidential candidates. Nine 4:30 news stories.

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10 Pieces

Commentary series highlights the perspective of people in their twenties.

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4 Pieces

It takes approximately 40 gallons of sap to make one gallon of maple syrup. Celebrate the tradition in the series 40 to 1: Maple Sugar Season, which looks at how to tap, boil, grade and cook with liquid gold.

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30 Pieces

Bill Harley hosts this weekly half-hour family read aloud program, featuring a compelling excerpt from children's literature.

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19 Pieces

"Charlie's Garden Journal" is a weekly program for both the amateur and the experienced gardener. It's hosted by expert horticulturalist Charlie Nardozzi; a nationally recognized garden writer, consultant, and speaker. From lawns and lilacs, to giant pumpkins, perennials, and pests; Charlie Nardozzi covers a lot of ground.

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22 Pieces

A series of short, sound-rich pieces in which experts teach listeners a practical or whimsical skills.

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5 Pieces

Audio journal by an American reporter in search of his family's roots in Iran.

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5 Pieces

A look inside the culture and daily life of modern Iran.

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12 Pieces

VPR’s “Our National Parks” series explores issues facing the national parks in their next century and how some of these problems are being addressed.

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8 Pieces

Eight National Guard soldiers who spent nearly a year in Iraq describe their experiences at war.


Latest Pieces

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Commentator Philip Baruth takes a real fundraising event as a jumping off point for a fictional encounter with a former first lady and the result i...

  • Added: Oct 12, 2006
  • Length: 03:16
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Diane Bahrenburg talks with her neighbor and friend, 89-year-old retired dairy farmer Roland Thompson.

  • Added: Sep 01, 2006
  • Length: 04:44
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Barbara and Diane Snelling visit StoryCorps in Vermont to talk about thirty years of public service.

  • Added: Sep 01, 2006
  • Length: 05:18
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Cathy Resmer and Jules Fishelman talk about their unique friendship...and share the dreams they have for their young sons.

  • Added: Sep 01, 2006
  • Length: 04:27
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The Mahady family has been dealing with cancer for nearly 30 years. Tara Mahady's mother, 63-year-old Sherry, was recently diagnosed with terminal ...

  • Added: Aug 31, 2006
  • Length: 04:56
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Edgar May speaks with his sister Madeline Kunin about their first day in America.

  • Added: Aug 31, 2006
  • Length: 04:38
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Victoria Keller Fraser tells her grandson, Christopher James Fraser, about the time she saw Champ, the legendary monster of Lake Champlain.

  • Added: Aug 31, 2006
  • Length: 03:28
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Vermont Public Radio examines the circumstances surrounding the suspension of an African-American senior on allegations he intruded into other stud...

  • Added: Jul 11, 2006
  • Length: 02:56
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Vermont Public Radio examines the circumstances surrounding the suspension of an African-American senior on allegations he intruded into other stud...

  • Added: Jul 11, 2006
  • Length: 08:20
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A one-hour documentary on the fan culture of the jam band Phish, told as the band broke up and played its final weekend concert festival in Vermont.

Bought by WCAI / WNAN, KUT-HD, KGLT, and KUCB


  • Added: Jul 05, 2006
  • Length: 58:58
  • Purchases: 4