• 2001

A series featuring interviews with entertainers, artists and politicians.

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Jack & Christine Lazor
26:40 — Fran Stoddard talks with Jack and Christine Lazor, who represent two generations from Butterworks Farm, a model of self-sufficient, organic farming in (more…)
Tom Evslin
26:39 — Tom Evslin of Stowe, who was recently named the state's Chief Technology Officer, with responsibilities that include preparing telecom initiatives. Th (more…)
Jacob Edgar
26:40 — Jacob Edgar of Charlotte, Vt. - ethnomusicologist, cultural historian and music critic, who is director of music research at Putumayo World Music and (more…)
Chris Curtis
26:40 — Chris Curtis is a large scale sculptor and co-owner/curator of the West Branch Gallery in Stowe.
Hawk Ostby
26:40 — Hawk Ostby, the Academy Award-nominated screenwriter of 'Children of Men' and other thought-provoking films, who makes northern Vermont his home.
Thomas Greene
26:40 — Fran Stoddard talks with Thomas Christopher Greene. The acclaimed novelist is also the founder and now president of the Vermont Col (more…)
Daniel Lusk & Angela Patten
26:40 — Jonesville poets who found each other through their art of poetry. The published authors forge family history, land and lake to uniquely polished gems (more…)
Pamela Polston and Paula Routly
26:37 — Fran Stoddard interviews Pamela Polston and Paula Routly, publishers of Seven Days, one of the premier alternative weekly newspapers in the country.
Christopher Lloyd
26:40 — Profile Fran Stoddard visits with actor Christopher Lloyd, known for iconic roles in 'Taxi' and 'Back to the Future.' Lloyd will appear as Willie Loma (more…)
Tanya Lee Stone
26:40 — Fran Stoddard visits with Tanya Lee Stone of S. Burlington, Vt., a former editor and author of nearly 90 books for young readers, including books abou (more…)
Moses Pendleton
26:39 — Moses Pendleton, co-founder of Pilobolus and founder and artistic director of Momix dance troupes.
Paul Bruhn
26:40 — Much of the credit for Vermont's worldwide recognition as a unique, authentic place can go to Paul Bruhn. His leadership of the Vermont Preservation T (more…)
Anais Mitchell
26:39 — Singer, songwriter and guitarist Anais Mitchell brings a literary depth to work as varied as alt country and a folk opera. This New Haven, VT native h (more…)
Gwen Ifill
26:59 — Fran Stoddard sits down with Gwen Ifill, host of Washington Week, PBS NewsHour correspondent and author of 'The Breakthrough: Politics and Race in the (more…)
Tom Stearns & Pete Johnson
26:30 — Fran Stoddard talks with two Vermont agricultural entrepreneurs. Tom Stearns is founder and president of High Mowing Organic Seeds in Wolcott. Pete Jo (more…)
Kenneth & Joann Davis
26:39 — Fran Stoddard visits with Kenneth and Joann Davis of Dorset, Vt. Ken is a historian and bestselling author of all those 'Don't Know Much About...' boo (more…)
George Woodard
26:16 — Fran Stoddard talks with George Woodard, an organic farmer, actor, musician, story teller and film director from Waterbury, Vt.
David Sanger
27:43 — David Sanger is Chief Washington Correspondent for the New York Times. He is revered as a lucid analyst of the complex worlds of foreign policy, globa (more…)
Lyman Orton
26:40 — Lyman Orton, proprietor of the Vermont Country Store in Manchester and co-founder of the Orton Family Foundation.
Captain Richard Phillips
26:40 — Capt. Richard Phillips of Underhill, Vt. The merchant marine's capture by Somali pirates and subsequent rescue in April 2009 made international news. (more…)
Ehud and Vatsala Sperling
26:40 — Ehud and Vatsala Sperling of Rochester, VT, are two professionals from very different cultures. But their unusual courtship led to a successful marria (more…)
Ben Cohen & Jerry Greenfield
27:19 — Fran Stoddard sits down with Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield, co-founders of Ben and Jerry's Homemade, Inc. The pair remains very active in progressive (more…)
Emily Bernard
26:40 — Emily Bernard, of Colchester, Professor of English and Ethnic Studies at UVM has written about interracial friendships, the Harlem Renaissance, and m (more…)
Lauren-Glenn Davitian
26:39 — Lauren-Glenn Davitian of Burlington. Her deep commitment to grassroots democracy led to the creation of statewide public access television outlets and (more…)
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  • Premiered: October 15, 2001
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  • Premise: A series featuring interviews with entertainers, artists and politicians. (more)

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