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Teams playing basketball at Pulaski Park during the event

The New England Take: Downtown Queen City Basketball Jam

A. J. hit the road and checked out the Downtown Queen City Basketball Jam on July 17th in Manchester's Pulaski Park. He spoke with...
Dean Harlem on set of The New England Take

The New England Take: Dean Harlem, Singer-Songwriter

Singer-Songwriter Dean Harlem joins the show to play a couple originals and talking about music, travel, and more! Get his music and performance dates...

The New England Take: Photographers Katie Cole and Sydney Kerbyson

Photographers Katie Cole and Sydney Kerbyson talk about their photography style, working with clients, the business of photography, and a unique edition of The...

A. J. Kierstead hosts this hour long, weekly interview show with experts, business owners, and artists across New England.

Airing Fridays at 6 pm on WKXL 1450 AM, 103.9 FM, and https://www.nhtalkradio.com/live. Subscribe on Google, Apple, or Spotify!

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* Get to know the people behind local businesses
* Hear interviews with experts in government, law, and policy where we take complex topics and breakdown what is important to know about them
* Listen to musical guests in studio performing their original songs, learn about their journey, and hear their views on the world
* Coverage of local events and interviews with local journalists on important subjects
* Listen to A. J., a news and politics junkie, laugh and yell at what’s happening in the world with his, sometimes informed, friends and guests.

The New England Take is currently booking guests and reaching out to potential advertisers, call A. J. Kierstead at (603) 496-0863 or email aj@nhtalkradio.com to find out how you can work with our program.

Black and white portrait of A. J. KiersteadA. J. is also the host of The Legal Impact, a podcast produced for the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law, featuring short discussions on legal topics around sports, business, technology, sports, civil rights, and the constitution with over 22,000 downloads. He was the long time executive producer of Granite State of Mind and does the morning news and sports update for WKXL.

Check out a couple episodes of The Legal Impact: