The Governors

Governors have a way of being relaxed and candid when Chris Graff interviews them. Vermont Public Television began a series of talks with Vermont’s former chief executives in 1989, beginning with Robert Stafford, F. Ray Keyser Jr., Philip Hoff, Deane Davis, Thomas Salmon and Richard Snelling. Programs about Madeleine Kunin, Howard Dean and Jim Douglas followed later. These historical gems are out of the archives and into the schedule starting in January.

Extended versions! For a limited time, many of the specials available here are extended cuts of what originally aired.

The Governors

Mondays, 9:30 p.m., beginning Jan. 7

More classic episodes will be online in the coming weeks.


Jim Douglas

Jim Douglas

Howard Dean

Howard Dean

Richard Snelling

Richard Snelling

1977-1985, 1991
Thomas Salmon

Thomas Salmon

Philip Hoff

Philip Hoff

F. Ray Keyser

F. Ray Keyser


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