Like the popular children’s book said: everyone
poops. But what happens to it all afterwards? We’ll learn all about septic systems, wastewater treatment, and
some innovative methods of dealing with that stuff everyone has, and nobody
Newly elected Adjutant General Steven Cray discusses issues affecting the National Guard, VPR’s Hamilton Davis analyzes Vermont’s
efforts to establish a health care exchange and we listen back to the voices in the news.
meters have already been installed in roughly seventy percent of Vermont homes. These meters will let consumers (and utility
companies) monitor their power usage on a daily basis. We’ll find out about smart meters in Vermont, and learn about some of the controversy surrounding
On the last mono-sequential day until January 1, 2101, we’ll hear about orbifolds, phyloogenetics and Math-O-Vision as we
discuss practical applications of math, hear what the state police are doing to lower the number of traffic fatalities and we head out to find the perfect Christmas Tree.
Burlington’s Jewish community traces its roots to group of immigrants who escaped Lithuania in the 1880s and who established a Yiddish-speaking Orthodox community in Burlington’s Old North End. That history is explored in an upcoming Vermont Public Television documentary.