Podcasts: Sound Off with Chris and Greg

Sound Off with Chris and Greg


Franklin Pierce University program cuts.

FPC students talk about program cuts at the RindgeUniversity.


Tim Dunn

Tim Dunn, a resident of the Edgewood Neighborhood, talks about proposed Airport tree Cutting.


Marjorie Droppa

Marjorie Droppa discusses the KHS drug study.


Sound Off with Chris and Greg. 11.2.13 Hour 3.

Featured Guest Chris Shea the Head Brewer from Henniker Brewery in Henniker NH.


Sound Off With Chris and Greg.

Featured guest, Duncan Watson from the City of Keene’s Public Works Department.


Sound Off With Chris and Greg.

Open phone lines including conversation about KSC.

Good Morning Podcasts


Arnie Arnesen

Arnie talks abut Andrew Hemingway’s tax plan and the differences between rich and poor in America.


Andrew Hemingway

Republican Gubernatorial Candidate, Andrew Hemingway, talks to Dan about his proposed N.H. Business Flat Tax.

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Marlboro Street Rezoning ad hoc committee.

Chuck Redfern, Dick Berry and Michelle Chalice join Dan to talk about the process and the findings relative to rezoning the Marlboro Street corridor.


SAU 29 Superintendent Wayne Woolridge

Superintendent Woolridge discusses Common Core, class size, the closing of J.D school, Teacher retirement and more.


Michael Brickman makes a conservative case for Common Core.

Michael Brickman, the National Policy Director at the Thomas B. Fordham Institute explains why conservatives should embrace “Common Core” educational standards.