Category Archives: essay

Friday’s Show March 30 2012

On today’s show:  Roger Wood Reports on the jersey barriers going up on the Sarah Long Bridge.   We get all the latest on gasoline prices from Pat Moody of AAA New England  Portsmouth High School Assistant Athletic … Continue reading

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Friday March 23 2012

On Friday’s show: Roger Wood Reports on what’s in store for that beautiful beach tree on the grounds of a local church. Visit Roger’s blog at http://theseacoast.co/  We get all the latest on gasoline prices from Pat Moody of AAA New … Continue reading

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Friday’s Show February 17 2012

 Roger Wood Reports on the controversy regarding sobriety checkpoints.   Steve Winn of the nonpartisan Concord Coalition presents an editorial on President Obama’s newly released budget.  Portsmouth High School Assistant Athletic Director Tom  presents the Clipper Sports Report with music … Continue reading

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Today’s Show — Friday February 10 2012

On today’s show:  Roger Wood Reports on this week’s demolition of the Memorial bridge      We welcome back Portsmouth High School Assistant Athletic Director Tom Kozikowski with his weekly take on what’s happening with high school sports. … Continue reading

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Friday February 3 2012

On today’s show:  We are very pleased to have Portsmouth High School Assistant Athletic Director Tom Kozikowski) join Radiogazette with his weekly take on what’s happening with high school sports.  The Chihuahuas are visiting Talk to the Animals’ … Continue reading

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Friday’s show — January 27 2012

 James Noucas of Portsmouth Listens is live in studio to fill us in on an upcoming session regarding the Memorial Bridge and regional transportation issues.  Talk to the Animals’ weekly columnist, Sheila Ryan of the NH SPCA, is … Continue reading

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This week’s show- Friday January 20 2012

Roger Wood reports on the new gundalow.     Charlie Griffin interviews former Portsmouth Mayor Thomas Ferrini.     Rebecca Rule shares some of her NH humor on Seacoast Journal.     Matt Kanner , editor at The Wire joins … Continue reading

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Friday’s highlights

Hear about this year’s First Night when Barbara Massar, Pro Portsmouth’s Executive Director, visits the show. Learn all about The Feast of the Seven Fishes as told by Mary Ann Esposito on this week’s Ciao Italia Family Classics. And find … Continue reading

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Radiogazette columnists this week — Friday December 9 2011

Car Care with Marc Caden and Gordan Arnold finishes up this week with “Winter Storage.” Car Care is sponsored by Barvarian Autosport BavAuto.com Ciao Italia Family Classics  finds Mary Ann Esposito in the kitchen working on her many delicious Christmas … Continue reading

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Dispatches from Home — Thanksgiving on the Range

Listen as Edie Clark shares the bounty of something old, but tried and true.  Then head on over to Edie’s website where she has a new CD of many of her essays.

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