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Experience the soothing and uplifting sounds of Gregorian: Pure Chants in Concert on Wednesday, November 8th at 7 PM at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord. Join New Hampshire PBS for an evening of transcendent music and spiritual contemplation as we delve into the rich history and tradition of this ancient form of singing as well as enjoying some pop tracks backed by a three-piece band.
Tickets for Gregorian: Pure Chants are sure to sell out quickly, so don't wait - secure your seats today and join New Hampshire PBS for a truly unforgettable evening of music and spirituality. If you’re looking for a unique and uplifting experience, this concert is not to be missed!
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NHPR in collaboration with NHPBS host a summit that brings together people from across the region to learn how local change makers are advancing discussions around climate change solutions and resiliency.
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Governor Chris Sununu is sworn in for a fourth term as New Hampshire’s Governor.
Recorded Thursday, November 17, 2022
Photos from the event, taken at the Silver Fountain Inn & Tea Parlor in Dover.
Incumbent Annie Kuster (D) debates challenger Robert Burns (R)
Incumbent Maggie Hassan (D) debates challenger Don Bolduc (R) for the U.S. Senate seat.
Incumbent Chris Sununu (R) debates challenger Tom Sherman (D) for the NH Governor’s seat.
View photos from the September 29th event.
Insights into the relationship between a strong democracy at home and around the world.
A conversation with acclaimed author Katie Gutierrez
A conversation with acclaimed author Rachel Aviv.
A conversation with acclaimed author Kelly Lytle Hernández.
A conversation with acclaimed author Dhonielle Clayton.
A conversation with acclaimed author Clint Smith.
A conversation with acclaimed author Mitch Albom.
A conversation with distinguished author Geraldine Brooks.
PBS Books hosts a conversation with acclaimed author Kate Clifford Larson at #NatBookFest
A conversation with acclaimed author Juliet Menéndez
Leslye Penelope and Lucinda Roy discuss writing strong heroines, the festival and work.
ANTIQUES ROADSHOW executive producer Marsha Bemko and ROADSHOW appraiser Arlie Sulka discuss some of the great attic finds and family heirlooms they discovered while filming at the Omni Mount Washington Resort in Bretton Woods, NH. Watch Antiques Roadshow Mondays at 8pm on NHPBS
Gov. Chris Sununu delivers his State of the State address, before a joint session of the New Hampshire House of Representatives and Senate at the DoubleTree Hotel in Manchester.
Former Secretary of Defense, General James Mattis, retired War College professor Dr. Janet Breslin-Smith, NH ROTC candidates, and high school youth have a civil and nonpartisan conversation.
A conversation with documentary producers Phil Vaughn and Jim Smith.
Watch the panel discussion from this event.
NHPBS and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health present a series of online interactive screenings.
A virtual event with PBS travel host, Samantha Brown of Samantha Brown’s Places to Love.
Watch the panel discussion from this virtual event.
Watch the April 11 conversation on the significance of the Black church in family life.
The panel discussion from a March 18 virtual event.
Join Mary Ann for an intimate evening as she'll share some of her adventures in Italy and on the CIAO ITALIA set.
Watch the February 8th conversation on the powerful history of the Black Church.