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Five Trips in Five Days, for the Holidays

Morning Edition on NHPR will rebroadcast five of the top shows from its popular series feature Radio Field Trips during the holiday period around Christmas and New Year’s.  

The series brought Host Rick Ganley and Producer Mary McIntyre on the road as they uncovered stories in every region of the state, from the North Country to the Merrimack Valley. Beginning in March of 2018, the segments explored the charms, mysteries and history of the Granite State. The series will conclude with a holiday wrap-up of five memorable trips personally chosen by Rick and Mary.

The complete recap schedule:

Monday, Dec. 24 – Craft Brewing in Concord: Grab a beer with Rick Ganley and Producer Mary McIntyre as they visit a new brewer in the state’s capital.

Tuesday, Dec. 25 – Candlepin Bowling at 100-Year-Old Alley in Woodsville: Learn about a century-old institution that reveals the sports strong New England roots.

Wednesday, Dec. 26 – Dog Sledding Without Snow: Get the inside scoop on the stars of the sport—dogs.

Thursday, Dec. 27 – ATV Riding in the North Country: Rick Ganley hits the trails and discovers ATV culture.

Friday, Dec. 28 – Goffstown’s Great Pumpkin Boat Race: It’s fall at its finest as rowers take to the river with the season’s favorite squash.

If you missed a Radio Field Trips segment the first time, the episodes will continue to live online; find all 22 of the Radio Field Trip stories here.

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