Show Archive – April 8th, 2012

9 audio clips available
Guests and topics included:

  • Hour 1 kicks off with today’s news and then Rich let’s us know how his weekend babysitting his two youngest kids went and DJ Dave shares his Tax Season blues. 
  • Rich updates us on the madness in Hooksett. Why didn’t the Superintendent release the digitized school manual when the Hooksett Elf asked the first time. Rich is determined to find out. 
  • Sheree Burlington came in for an emotionally charged interview regarding her son’s motorcycle accident and death while in a street race. In his memory, Sheree has started a foundation – BRAP– to alert the community to the dangers of street racing in the hopes of preventing another tragic accident. 
  • Rich and DJ Dave have small talk about State fairs and motorcycle racing. 
  • Roger Noonan of the Middle Branch Farm in New Boston came in to talk about what it means to be a farmer in NH. In this clip, you’ll get an inside look at how a local farmer makes his business work.
  • Kevin Hallenbeck came in to talk about personalities and how adapting your conversational style to the person you’re talking to will help you communicate more effectively. Reach Kevin at www.bestsalespeople.com. 
  • We break news regarding Dave Ridley’s planned hour of civil disobedience  from 6 to 7:30 before tonight’s School Board meeting. He is organizing this in support of our ability to videotape public officials. 
  • Stacey Medina of Merrimack River Technologies  came in to talk about Windows Updates and why they are WICKED important! 
  • Rich and DJ Dave discuss Margaret Thatcher’s death and the impact she had on England, Europe and the world. After this, Rich closes the show with a discussion of Manchester and Hooksett School Board.

 

 

Show Archive – April 8th, 2012

9 audio clips available
Guests and topics included:

  • Hour 1 kicks off with today’s news and then Rich let’s us know how his weekend babysitting his two youngest kids went and DJ Dave shares his Tax Season blues. 
  • Rich updates us on the madness in Hooksett. Why didn’t the Superintendent release the digitized school manual when the Hooksett Elf asked the first time. Rich is determined to find out. 
  • Sheree Burlington came in for an emotionally charged interview regarding her son’s motorcycle accident and death while in a street race. In his memory, Sheree has started a foundation – BRAP – to alert the community to the dangers of street racing in the hopes of preventing another tragic accident. 
  • Rich and DJ Dave have small talk about State fairs and motorcycle racing. 
  • Roger Noonan of the Middle Branch Farm in New Boston came in to talk about what it means to be a farmer in NH. In this clip, you’ll get an inside look at how a local farmer makes his business work.
  • Kevin Hallenbeck came in to talk about personalities and how adapting your conversational style to the person you’re talking to will help you communicate more effectively. Reach Kevin at www.bestsalespeople.com. 
  • We break news regarding Dave Ridley’s planned hour of civil disobedience  from 6 to 7:30 before tonight’s School Board meeting. He is organizing this in support of our ability to videotape public officials. 
  • Stacey Medina of Merrimack River Technologies came in to talk about Windows Updates and why they are WICKED important! 
  • Rich and DJ Dave discuss Margaret Thatcher’s death and the impact she had on England, Europe and the world. After this, Rich closes the show with a discussion of Manchester and Hooksett School Board.

Hour Number One

Hour 1 kicks off with today’s news and then Rich let’s us know how his weekend babysitting his two youngest kids went and DJ Dave shares his Tax Season blues.

Rich updates us on the madness in Hooksett. Why didn’t the Superintendent release the digitized school manual when the Hooksett Elf asked the first time. Rich is determined to find out.

Community in Focus, Sponsored by Bellwether Community Credit Union:

Sheree Burlington came in for an emotionally charged interview regarding her son’s motorcycle accident and death while in a street race. In his memory, Sheree has started a foundation – BRAP – to alert the community to the dangers of street racing in the hopes of preventing another tragic accident.

Hour Number Two

Rich and DJ Dave have small talk about State fairs and motorcycle racing.

Mover and Shaker in Local Business, Sponsored by St Mary’s Bank:

Roger Noonan of the Middle Branch Farm in New Boston came in to talk about what it means to be a farmer in NH. In this clip, you’ll get an inside look at how a local farmer makes his business work.

Effective Communication, Kevin Hallenbeck: Kevin Hallenbeck came in to talk about personalities and how adapting your conversational style to the person you’re talking to will help you communicate more effectively. Reach Kevin at www.bestsalespeople.com.

Hour Number Three

We break news regarding Dave Ridley’s planned hour of civil disobedience  from 6 to 7:30 before tonight’s School Board meeting. He is organizing this in support of our ability to videotape public officials.

Tech Knowledge with Stacey Medina: Stacey Medina of Merrimack River Technologies came in to talk about Windows Updates and why they are WICKED important!

Rich and DJ Dave discuss Margaret Thatcher’s death and the impact she had on England, Europe and the world. After this, Rich closes the show with a discussion of Manchester and Hooksett School Board.