1. Rebecca
    Rebecca May 14, 2021 at 1:37 am | | Reply

    Amazing interview, Erica.

  2. Lynda
    Lynda May 14, 2021 at 8:01 am | | Reply

    I LOVED this interview between two interviewers with totally different styles. I will miss the familiar voice of JL but wish her well. I’m sure we will hear her again on special occasions.
    I agree with her that VPR seems designed for the middle to upper classes, in fact for Chittenden Co. It’s the great unifier for all news because it’ s the ONLY station that I and most people I know listen to. But, there is another “culture” in Vt. that isn’t getting enough “voice” but YOU Erica do your part in your rumblestrip kind of way to giving them voice and, hopefully, they are turning on the radio more often as a result. I have not heard any interviews that are controversial, however, say on the subject of politics where there is a great divide.

  3. Stan
    Stan May 18, 2021 at 6:51 pm | | Reply

    Wow, what a fabulous show!
    As I’m not from Vermont I on’t listen to VPR and have not heard of her before. BUT, the ideas and preoccupations are universal, and totally relevant to my context, my community.
    I particularly liked how Jane gets that you – and everyone does at some point – need time to find an answer to a question, or maybe don’t even have hold of a thread to follow towards an answer. These moments are so often my most beloved bits – I don’t mean expression of pain or shame or coming p with nothing, I mean the chance to wonder, inarticulate.

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