Our goal is to continue to provide the outstanding public radio news and information programming you want and the way that you want it, so we're inviting you to share your opinions about technology in our annual survey.
A few years back, we started this little ole series called the Socrates Exchange - originally the idea was six shows that had a really neat angle and could possibly be great radio for our listeners. Over time the project's direction grew, and we decided to reach out to younger people, got schools discussing the topics in the classroom, and invited high schools to come and participate in live shows.
1) The Exchange:Ira Byock: The Best Care Possible In his new book, Byock calls for a new approach toward the end of life; one focused on taking care of persons, not just “bodies”, and helping patients and their families reach decisions about dying.
Thank you for your support! NHPR has raised its March Fund Drive goal of $450,000 and will receive an additional $20,000 grant from the Byrne Foundation, allowing us to continue to provide the programming and news you value.
We couldn't have made this goal without your support!
Yesterday, the NHPR team put the finishing touches on setting up Pledge Central, the location where about twenty volunteers and a handful of staff will sit and answer your calls and log your donations throughout the March Fund Drive. NHPR's fundraising success would not be possible without the two hundred volunteers who donate their time to assist in our year-long effort.
In addition to raising support for Granite Staters' beloved-and only-statewide public radio service, food is the other drive-time highlight around the station.