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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.

Hosted by Henry Epp and Anna Van Dine, and available every weekday morning by 6:30 a.m.

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Latest Episodes
  • A lesson in creating an archive. Plus, a lawsuit over sewage overflows in Rutland, a marker commemorating Vermont’s first Pride March, and a new program aimed at making local produce more accessible.
  • A new exhibit in St. Johnsbury displays art created by detainees at Guantanamo Bay. Plus, Gov. Scott names a new interim Attorney General, COVID cases remain low, Leahy opposes a gas tax holiday, and Vermont Law School rebrands.
  • Developing new housing in Morristown. Plus, a Supreme Court ruling that could affect Vermont school tuition policy, construction begins on the Champlain Parkway, and migrant farmworkers push against deportation.
  • Code-switching in Vermont. Plus, COVID-19 vaccines for young children, Amtrak soon to arrive in Burlington, and data on the ski season.
  • Indigenous women respond to allegations about the identity of some Abenaki leaders. Plus, new EPA guidelines for PFAS chemicals, Juneteenth celebrations, and Vermont College of Fine Arts bids adieu to its campus.
  • A new program aims to support the mental health of farmers. Plus, another delay for the Champlain Parkway, free tuition at CCV, spongy moth caterpillars are back, and a James Beard Award winner.
  • Aging parents of people with disabilities want to make sure their kids will be cared for when they’re no longer around. Plus, COVID-19 numbers going down, vaccines for kids under five on the horizon, and a Colchester pharmacy cited by the feds.
  • Addressing school threats on a local level. Plus, a record maple syrup year, a language law in Quebec, and limited ferry service.
  • The story of one of the 215 Vermonters who died of opioid overdoses in 2021. Plus, high gas prices affecting dairy farmers, loan forgiveness for some new educators, and a change in how emergency calls are handled.
  • A Pittsford teen creates art out of cardboard. Plus, Burlington officials push for more cops, the discovery of a plant thought to be extinct, and remembering Anna Neville.