Show Archive – May 10th, 2012

8 audio clips available

Guests included

  • Rich interviews Bob Baines, President of Chester College. Baines says that the college has never been able to support itself financially, and when he signed on as President, he was one of the few people to actually balance the budget. So what is causing the problems? Enrollment troubles due to a declining high school base? The tough economy? The college’s image? Tune in for this exclusive interview.
  • In “All About Autos,” Ron Poirier of Bob And Sons Auto came on the program for his weekly visit, and joining Ron this week is Dick Horan, owner and operator of Precision Imports. They’re talking “traction control,” and Rich wants to know, should he be using traction control in his mini van? Is Rich not being able to drive up a hill with traction control something unique or common?
  • Our Public Safety Specialist came in for our weekly visit, and he’s telling us what exactly a Police Officer’s job is. Did you know that police departments adapt their form and structure to the specific needs of the community? Plus, are cops legally obligated to pull you over when you run that red light? Tune in for this behind-the-scenes look at policing from a retired Manchester police officer.
  • Sean Devine the Energy Guy comes on and guarantees new Resident Power subscribers a savings of AT LEAST 10% when they switch from PSNH! This week, he came on the program to discuss PSNH‘s recent announcement that the Bow Power Plant is being taken offline because they can buy power less expensively on the open market for their customers. Hear Sean’s expert response! How does energy production really work? Are there special reserve producers waiting to spring to action when demand calls? Find the answers to these questions right below.
  • We have our Political Perspectives segment, and this week we featured our very own Statehouse Insider, Mike Ball. To begin, Rich and Mike discuss Rick Santorum’s recent endorsement of Mitt Romney. Was this endorsement half-hearted? Plus, Jeff in Manchester calls in to say Santorum is a bad idea for Romney’s running-mate. Tune in to hear Rich’s response! To cap things off, they talk Chaos in Concord as the NH House and Senate continue their war with each chamber killing off the others’ ballyhooed bills. Check out the Mayor’s proposed language changes here, and don’t miss this discussion.

Show Archive – May 10th, 2012

8 audio clips available

Guests included

  • Rich interviews Bob Baines, President of Chester College. Baines says that the college has never been able to support itself financially, and when he signed on as President, he was one of the few people to actually balance the budget. So what is causing the problems? Enrollment troubles due to a declining high school base? The tough economy? The college’s image? Tune in for this exclusive interview.
  • In “All About Autos,” Ron Poirier of Bob And Sons Auto came on the program for his weekly visit, and joining Ron this week is Dick Horan, owner and operator of Precision Imports. They’re talking “traction control,” and Rich wants to know, should he be using traction control in his mini van? Is Rich not being able to drive up a hill with traction control something unique or common?
  • Our Public Safety Specialist came in for our weekly visit, and he’s telling us what exactly a Police Officer’s job is. Did you know that police departments adapt their form and structure to the specific needs of the community? Plus, are cops legally obligated to pull you over when you run that red light? Tune in for this behind-the-scenes look at policing from a retired Manchester police officer.
  • Sean Devine the Energy Guy comes on and guarantees new Resident Power subscribers a savings of AT LEAST 10% when they switch from PSNH! This week, he came on the program to discuss PSNH‘s recent announcement that the Bow Power Plant is being taken offline because they can buy power less expensively on the open market for their customers. Hear Sean’s expert response! How does energy production really work? Are there special reserve producers waiting to spring to action when demand calls? Find the answers to these questions right below.
  • We have our Political Perspectives segment, and this week we featured our very own Statehouse Insider, Mike Ball. To begin, Rich and Mike discuss Rick Santorum’s recent endorsement of Mitt Romney. Was this endorsement half-hearted? Plus, Jeff in Manchester calls in to say Santorum is a bad idea for Romney’s running-mate. Tune in to hear Rich’s response! To cap things off, they talk Chaos in Concord as the NH House and Senate continue their war with each chamber killing off the others’ ballyhooed bills. Check out the Mayor’s proposed language changes here, and don’t miss this discussion.

Hour Number One

In the first hour, Rich introduces the show and discusses the Chaos in Concord as the NH House and Senate continue their war, with each chamber killing off the others’ ballyhooed bills. What does Rich think the about this? Tune in to hear. After our break for news (sponsored by Cedar and Oak) and sports (sponsored by Dr. Andrew Gallinaro of HealthSource Chiropractic in Londonderry), Rich interviews Bob Baines, President of Chester College. Baines says that the college has never been able to support itself financially, and when he signed on as President, he was one of the few people to actually balance the budget. So what is causing the problems? Enrollment troubles due to a declining high school base? The tough economy? The college’s image? Tune in for this exclusive interview.

Hour Number Two

Ron Poirier of Bob And Sons Auto came on the program for his weekly visit, and joining Ron this week is Dick Horan, owner and operator of Precision Imports. They’re talking “traction control,” and Rich wants to know, should he be using traction control in his mini van? Is Rich not being able to drive up a hill with traction control something unique or common? After our break for news (sponsored by Cedar and Oak) and sports (sponsored by Dr. Andrew Gallinaro of HealthSource Chiropractic in Londonderry) our Public Safety Specialist came in for our weekly visit, and he’s telling us what exactly a Police Officer’s job is. Did you know that police departments adapt their form and structure to the specific needs of the community? Plus, are cops legally obligated to pull you over when you run that red light? Tune in for this behind-the-scenes look at policing from a retired Manchester police officer.

Hour Number Three

Sean Devine the Energy Guy comes on and guarantees new Resident Power subscribers a savings of AT LEAST 10% when they switch from PSNH! This week, he came on the program to discuss PSNH‘s recent announcement that the Bow Power Plant is being taken offline because they can buy power less expensively on the open market for their customers. Hear Sean’s expert response! How does energy production really work? Are there special reserve producers waiting to spring to action when demand calls? Find the answers to these questions right below. After our break for news (sponsored by Cedar and Oak) and sports (sponsored by Dr. Andrew Gallinaro of HealthSource Chiropractic in Londonderry), We have our Political Perspectives segment, and this week we featured our very own Statehouse Insider, Mike Ball. To begin, Rich and Mike discuss Rick Santorum’s recent endorsement of Mitt Romney. Was this endorsement half-hearted? Plus, Jeff in Manchester calls in to say Santorum is a bad idea for Romney’s running-mate. Tune in to hear Rich’s response! To cap things off, they talk Chaos in Concord as the NH House and Senate continue their war with each chamber killing off the others’ ballyhooed bills. Check out the Mayor’s proposed language changes here, and don’t miss this discussion.

Bob Baines, President of Chester College

Rich interviews Bob Baines, President of Chester College. Baines says that the college has never been able to support itself financially, and when he signed on as President, he was one of the few people to actually balance the budget. So what is causing the problems? Enrollment troubles due to a declining high school base? The tough economy? The college’s image? Tune in for this exclusive interview.

Ron Poirier, All About Autos

In “All About Autos,” Ron Poirier of Bob And Sons Auto came on the program for his weekly visit, and joining Ron this week is Dick Horan, owner and operator of Precision Imports. They’re talking “traction control,” and Rich wants to know, should he be using traction control in his mini van? Is Rich not being able to drive up a hill with traction control something unique or common?

Jeff Czarnec, Public Safety Specialist

Our Public Safety Specialist came in for our weekly visit, and he’s telling us what exactly a Police Officer’s job is. Did you know that police departments adapt their form and structure to the specific needs of the community? Plus, are cops legally obligated to pull you over when you run that red light? Tune in for this behind-the-scenes look at policing from a retired Manchester police officer.

Sean Devine, The Energy Guy

Sean Devine the Energy Guy comes on and guarantees new Resident Power subscribers a savings of AT LEAST 10% when they switch from PSNH! This week, he came on the program to discuss PSNH‘s recent announcement that the Bow Power Plant is being taken offline because they can buy power less expensively on the open market for their customers. Hear Sean’s expert response! How does energy production really work? Are there special reserve producers waiting to spring to action when demand calls? Find the answers to these questions right below.

Political Perspectives, featuring our Statehouse Insider Mike Ball

We have our Political Perspectives segment, and this week we featured our very own Statehouse Insider, Mike Ball. To begin, Rich and Mike discuss Rick Santorum’s recent endorsement of Mitt Romney. Was this endorsement half-hearted? Plus, Jeff in Manchester calls in to say Santorum is a bad idea for Romney’s running-mate. Tune in to hear Rich’s response! To cap things off, they talk Chaos in Concord as the NH House and Senate continue their war with each chamber killing off the others’ ballyhooed bills. Check out the Mayor’s proposed language changes here, and don’t miss this discussion.