Program Alerts

Updates about new and special programming and changes to NHPR's program schedule.

From the rocky islands of the Androscoggin River near Berlin, to the mail boats of Lake Winnipesaukee and a bridge over the Connecticut River – NHPR reporters took to the state’s waterways this summer to share some extraordinary stories. 

Surrounded: Stories from New Hampshire’s Islands explored the history, culture and landscapes of the state’s islands and the people who inhabit those special places.  

Missed the stories the first time while you were at the beach, kayaking or canoeing, or cruising on a boat yourself?

  GRANITE STATE STORIES: SUGGESTED, SHARED AND EXPLAINED

New Programs, Rebooted ‘Word of Mouth’ at NHPR Emphasize Storytelling and Local Interests

CONCORD, NH – Starting this fall, listeners to NHPR and readers online will notice more local content coming from the airwaves and the award-winning NHPR.org website. NHPR will begin broadcasting several new programs starting the week of Saturday, September 2.

NHPR will begin broadcasting several new programs, starting the week of Saturday, September 2. Read our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) guide below to help you learn more about our new lineup and changes to our broadcast schedule. 

Why has NHPR’s schedule changed?

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

For our Seacoast-area listeners, please note that our Portsmouth transmitter will be OFF this evening from 6 p.m., until after midnight for some routine maintenance work. 

During the affected time, listeners can tune in to 104.3 FM for our Dover transmitter, or at 89.1 FM for our Concord-Manchester signal.

Service is expected to resume normally early tomorrow morning.

Richard Howard

Irritable ignition? AC on the fritz? Troublesome tire treads?

If you’ve ever encountered any of these problems with your car, chances are that Tom and Ray Magliozzi encountered them as well.

In their distinct Boston accents, the brothers and long-time hosts of Car Talk shared their thoughts and advice with public radio listeners from across the country.

Car Talk began broadcasting on NHPR in 1989, providing New Hampshire listeners with automotive tips, laughs, unexpected moments and fond memories.