VT Edition: Martha Tormey

  Comic Martha Tormey talks about her encounters with a mischievous friend and some frightening fauna.    

What’s new in the Green Mountain National Forest?

With the summer recreation season fast approaching, we look at new opportunities, new rules, and the ongoing competition for the use of the Green Mountain National Forest. Also on the program, Vermont Law School Professor Pat Parenteau on the state’s right to regulate vehicular greenhouse gas emissions. And how Vermont comic Martha Tormey confuses real life with television.

Credit Card Practices and Consumer Debt

Congressman Peter Welch joins us as we talk about credit card practices and whether consumers and retailers need more protection against escalating rates and fees. Joining the conversation is consumer finance expert Karen Gross, President of Bennington’s Southern Vermont College. Burlington Free Press reporter Candace Page discusses salamanders and the rites of Spring. And Burlington comedienne Martha Tormey on the off-duty challenges of professional confidentiality.