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The Frequency: Daily Vermont News
Available every weekday morning by 6:30 a.m.

The Frequency is Vermont Public's daily news podcast. Get up to speed on what's happening in Vermont, in under 15 minutes. Available every weekday morning by 6 a.m.

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Latest Episodes
  • A visit to a Burlington glassblower. Plus, some more notable bills moving through the Vermont legislature.
  • A visit with a man who brews craft beer with foraged ingredients. Plus, updates from the Vermont Legislature on the cannabis marketplace, sports betting, and universal school meals.
  • Why two friends developed a card game for people with dementia. Plus, a plan to cut greenhouse gas emissions, the Vermont House approves a controversial gun bill, and Bill Stenger’s early release from prison.
  • The history of the copper mining industry in Vermont. Plus, a record number of fatal opioid overdoses, another incarcerated person has died, and challenging the FCC’s broadband map.
  • A controversial effort to clean up long-abandoned copper mines in Orange County. Plus, a push for changes to Act 250, a new tick-borne illness on the rise, and remembering Betsy Pratt.
  • What the word “heat” means to a pig farmer. Plus, a former state trooper faces criminal charges, Dartmouth adds more hospital beds, and experimenting with a four-day workweek.
  • Go for a ride with a snow plow driver in East Calais. Plus, an audit of state paving projects, legislation that would give farmworkers the right to unionize, and an investigation into electric utilities’ response to power outages.
  • An investigation reveals poor conditions for many residents in the state’s emergency motel housing program. Plus, the Scott administration announces millions of dollars in community grants, gun control legislature advances and lawmakers look to ban so-called forever chemicals from products.
  • A visit to a backyard sauna. Plus, changes to a major housing bill, lawmakers push for the “right to repair,” and a housing project for UVM graduate students breaks ground.
  • The end of an era at Chick’s Market, a historic corner store in Winooski. Plus, new proposed federal regulations for PFAS, a man held at Southern State Correctional Facility has died, and Burlington’s city council denounces transphobia.