Rick Ganley

Host, Morning Edition

Rick joined NHPR as morning host in January 2009. He has a 20 year career in radio including on-air work at stations in Massachusetts, Maine and New Hampshire in formats from rock to classical. He was co-owner of an FM station in Maine in the mid 90s. Rick spent the last ten years as Operations Manager and Morning Host of WPNH-FM, Plymouth NH and Production Director for Northeast Communications Corporations' five-station group. He also writes occasional pieces on media and music for the Hippo, Manchester's weekly paper, and voices radio and TV spots on a freelance basis.

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Arts & Culture
6:00 am
Fri January 20, 2012

Eat & Drink (all week)

Hippopress

Hippo Editor Amy Diaz tells NHPR's Rick Ganley about Concord's Dine Out and 9th annual New Hampshire Wine Week

Arts & Culture
6:00 am
Fri January 13, 2012

Spotlight on Local Music

Making a living as a working musician has never been easy. Most work day jobs and feed their stage passions at night and on weekends, playing in the corners of smoky bars and dimly-lit restaurants. The dream for many weekend warriors is to play music full-time.  One New Hampshire musician that has made the leap is Plymouth’s Jim Tyrrell. Now he’s hoping to help other Granite State acts with a little promotion… by exposing them on a new local TV show as well as online.  He talked with NHPR's Rick Ganley about playing music, his new show and the New Hampshire music scene. 

Arts & Culture
12:00 am
Fri January 13, 2012

NH this Weekend: Unique Theatre

Hippo Editor Amy Diaz talks with NHPR's Rick Ganley about a new play from New Hampshire's Ernest Thompson  Political Suicide  and a new stage adaptation of the classic Frankenstein.

 

 

Morning Edition
6:00 am
Wed December 21, 2011

Log on to Nominate Your Candidate

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Americans Elect is an organization aiming to hold a national on-line nomination for a third-party ticket in the 2012 presidential race. The group is making headlines not just because of what they aim to do, but also because of conspiracy theories about why the group exists and who is funding it.

Chief Operating Officer Elliot Ackerman says American’s Elect isn’t a political party.

Morning Edition
12:00 am
Fri December 16, 2011

A Trio of Nutcrackers

There are many production of The Nutcracker this weekend in New Hampshire; Amy Diaz, Editor of the Hippo tells us about three unique versions, including An 1836 Portsmouth NutcrackerChildren's Nutcracker at the Flying Monkey, and The Nutcracker at the Keefe Auditorium.

Morning Edition
9:46 am
Wed December 7, 2011

Liberty Watch: A Focus on the Candidates

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The American Civil Liberties Union has launched a web site it calls Liberty Watch.  The focus is on the presidential candidates. 

Steve Gosset is the manager of media relations  with the ACLU and came to our studios to explain what Liberty Watch does.

 

 

 

 

NH News
12:00 am
Fri December 2, 2011

NH this Weekend: Local Merriment

Shoppers on Main street, Concord NH
From MainStreetConcord.com

Holiday shopping isn't all about Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Parades and tree lightings get people into downtown shopping districts and provide a real boost to local businesses. Amy Diaz, Editor of the Hippo tells us how- and where- to go local this weekend. 

 

NH News
12:00 am
Fri November 25, 2011

Plaid Friday: Go Local

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You may know the Friday after Thanksgiving as Black Friday, but on the Seacoast, today is also Plaid Friday.

Plaid Friday began last year as a way to encourage shoppers to discover local stores. David Boynton is the Executive Director of Seacoast Local, an organization that promotes independent businesses. He explains what Plaid Friday is about to NHPR’s Rick Ganley.

NH News
11:06 am
Fri November 18, 2011

Illegal Workers; an ICE Agent's View

US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, is the investigative arm of the US Department of Homeland Security. The purpose of ICE is to enforce federal laws governing border control, customs, trade and immigration. As part of that mission, the agency conducts crackdowns on businesses who hire illegal workers. In the past two years, the agency has made a shift in its actions, directing more resources on identifying and fining employers rather than large scale raids on employees.

Morning Edition
11:47 am
Thu November 3, 2011

NH this Weekend: Raise a Turkey, Grow Beer and Set a Table

Hippo Editor Amy Diaz has birds, beer and a really nice table setting on the mind. She tells NHPR's Rick Ganley about three events in the state this weekend.

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NH News
8:46 am
Fri October 28, 2011

Crime Fiction the Granite State Way

Rick Broussard, Editor of Volume 2 in the New Hampshire Pulp Fiction Series, explains why New Hampshire is such a good background for a mystery anthology.

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NH News
11:05 am
Thu October 27, 2011

NH this Weekend: Dead Poets, Harmony, and Juggling with Lasers

It's not all about Halloween this weekend; Hippo Editor Amy Diaz has suggestions for other events in New Hampshire.

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NH News
12:00 am
Thu October 20, 2011

After Don't Ask Don't Tell- One Guard Member's Story

Charlie Morgan will be allowed to bring her same-sex partner to a family guard event this weekend, but says it's just the first step to true equality.

A New Hampshire National Guard member will be allowed to bring her same-sex partner to a family guard event this weekend.

The Guard originally said Chief Warrant Officer Charlie Morgan couldn’t bring her spouse, Karen Morgan, to a service designed to help returning soldiers and their families deal with the transition back to civilian life.

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Eating In
12:00 am
Tue May 18, 2010

Climate Change and the Food Supply

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There’s a lot of interest in how much we can produce in this region. But when it comes to growing fruits and vegetables, everything, of course, depends on the weather. Cameron Wake is a Research Associate professor at the Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans and Space at the University of New Hampshire. He's also Director of Carbon Solutions New England. Wake says that if we continue business as usual, scientists predict an increase in average temperature of about 12 degrees by the end of the century. And the results could be catastrophic.

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