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Happy 'News' Year from NHPR: Weekly NH News Roundup Live At The Barley House

Dan Tuohy/NHPR

Upcoming priorities and key issues facing the New Hampshire Legislature will be discussed when New Hampshire Public Radio’s flagship news roundup program goes before a live audience. For the first time, The Weekly NH News Roundup takes place out of the studio and in the community. The roundup will be recorded at The Barley House restaurant in Concord on Thursday evening, January 11, to air the next day.

School choice, health care, highway tolls, and other legislative activities are all ripe for discussion as guests join Host Peter Biello to weigh in on timely topics and the news of the week. 

Confirmed guests for The Weekly NH News Roundup in Concord, include:

  • Casey McDermott, State of Democracy/Health Reporter, New Hampshire Public Radio, @caseymcdermott
  • Trent Spiner, Executive Editor, New Hampshire Union Leader, @TrentSpiner
  • Dean Spiliotes, Southern New Hampshire University Civic Scholar and Founder, NH Political Capital, @deanspiliotes

Attendees will be able to submit questions for the panelists at the door, or online through social media prior to the event (Twitter: @NHPRExchange or Facebook: Members of the public can also e-mail their questions/comments to:

Join NHPR for this special event, free and open to the public, or follow NHPR on social media for updates.


DATE: Thursday, January 11, 2018

LOCATION:  The Barley House

 132 N. Main Street

  Concord, NH   03301


5:30 p.m. – Doors open

6:45 p.m. – Audience is seated  

7 – 8:00 p.m. – Roundup begins, recorded for broadcast.

[NOTE: The program will air at 9 a.m., Friday, January 12, during The Exchange on NHPR, and will re-broadcast again at 7 p.m. that evening.] 


The event is free, but registration is required. Please register online at:


Weekly New Hampshire News Roundup Airs Fridays at 9 a.m.

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