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A new look at New England, as hosts Travis Poppleton and Terrance Abney discuss what it’s like to experience moving to the Northeast. Whether you’re planning to visit or relocate to this bucolic part of the world, the Connecticut Show will help you navigate the in’s and out’s.
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Grating the Nutmeg
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Grating the Nutmeg

Connecticut Explored Magazine

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Connecticut is a small state with big stories. GTN episodes include top-flight historians, compelling first-person stories and new voices in Connecticut history. Executive Producers Mary Donohue, Walt Woodward, and Natalie Belanger look at the people and places that have made a difference in CT history. New episodes every two weeks. A joint production of Connecticut Explored magazine and the CT State Historian Emeritus.
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Noted story teller and former journalist Mike Allen interviews special guests and then produces amazing tales about people, places and events from Connecticut history. His style and enthusiasm make history relatable, interesting, fun and informative. You certainly don‘t have to be from Connecticut to enjoy these stories -- you just need to find history interesting and to love a good story. New episodes are published every Thursday. Theme music (Musical Interlewd 1, intro; Musical Interlewd 2 ...
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Audacious with Chion Wolf will highlight the uncommon experiences of everyday people – asking the hardest, most uncomfortable questions. With curiosity and compassion, Connecticut Public producer and host Chion Wolf digs deeper, encouraging listeners to ask hard questions in their own lives. Find out more at https://www.ctpublic.org/audacious
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The Wheelhouse
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The Wheelhouse

Connecticut Public Radio

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If you’re a news junkie — or maybe just news curious, we’ve got your weekly dose of Connecticut politics, tackling everything from tax cuts to human composting. Amplifying important local and national voices, The Wheelhouse walks listeners through the most important political stories of the week. You’ll hear from well-known political reporters, academics, and local journalists across Connecticut’s 169 cities and towns.
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A Sustainable CT podcast. The Impact shares workshops, conversations and interviews covering a wide range of topics that are central to Connecticut communities, including civic engagement, climate resilience, affordable housing, transportation, equity and social justice.
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Where We Live
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Where We Live

Connecticut Public Radio

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Produced by Connecticut Public, 'Where We Live' puts Connecticut in context. Host Catherine Shen brings us fascinating, informed, in-depth conversations and stories beyond news headlines. We start local, but we take time to explore domestic and international issues and consider how they impact us personally and here at home.
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Invisible Tears is a platform for truth and healing. Jane Boroski's story is a miraculous one, but her story doesn’t end the night she was attacked by the Connecticut River Valley Serial Killer and lived to talk about it. Jane tells her entire story, and we explore the Connecticut River Valley cases along with other unsolved cases, to bring light to all these victims because, after all, they are unsolved and that isn’t acceptable to us. We are on a mission to help and heal others by giving a ...
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International Charismatic Church is located in Newington, Connecticut. Our vision is to bring the gospel to everyone. God bless you as you listen. You can reach us at, icchurch.ct@gmail.com. Website: www.icc-ct.org. We would love to hear from you.!!
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Mind Over Murder
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Mind Over Murder

William F. Thomas and Kristin M. Dilley

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Listen to Mind Over Murder, the true crime podcast from victim's advocates Bill Thomas and Kristin Dilley. Kristin is a researcher, writer and teacher from Virginia. Bill is an entertainment executive who is also the brother of a murder victim, now living in Connecticut. His sister Cathy Thomas along with her girlfriend Rebecca Dowski, were the first two victims in the still unsolved Colonial Parkway Murders ,which claimed the lives of 8 young people near Williamsburg from 1986 to 1989. They ...
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Listen to Kevin & Jenna every afternoon from 2pm-7pm on Star 99.9. Fun, fast-moving conversations about pop culture, family, and Connecticut life. Kevin & Jenna keep you up to date on everything you need to know as you wind down your workday with news and entertainment segments, plus daily interviews from Connecticut influences in “The Feed”. Listen at 4pm for “I Should Have Known That” to win tickets to an upcoming show.
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The Colin McEnroe Show is public radio’s most eclectic, eccentric weekday program. The best way to understand us is through the subjects we tackle: Neanderthals, tambourines, handshakes, the Iliad, snacks, ringtones, punk rock, Occam’s razor, Rasputin, houseflies, zippers. Are you sensing a pattern? If so, you should probably be in treatment. On Fridays, we try to stop thinking about what kind of ringtones Neanderthals would want to have and convene a panel called The Nose for an informal ro ...
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Hey True Believers, forget the rest, you're listening to the BEST! the podcast for #comicbook fans! As TERRIFICON producer, Mitch Hallock and his "SUPER"-friends like comic book creator JERRY ORDWAY - and listen in to their witty banter! See Mitch and the gang every Summer at the World's Greatest Comic Con at Mohegan Sun in Connecticut the one and only TERRIFICON - remember there are a LOT of comicons out there - but there is only one TERRIFIC one - don't accept any substitutions! #Terrifico ...
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The Paid Leave Podcast
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The Paid Leave Podcast

The Connecticut Paid Leave Authority

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Paid Leave is a hot topic in our country right now. The United States is the only industrialized nation in the world without a national paid leave policy, and Connecticut is one of only 16 states and the District of Columbia to have a state program in place. Other cities and states are working to join the paid leave movement. The Paid Leave Podcast examines the state of Connecticut's paid leave program and the impact it has on various groups and diverse communities. Radio veteran Nancy Barro ...
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Brian Shactman wakes Connecticut up with all the information you need to start your day. News, weather, traffic and sports plus, interviews with the people making the news each day. It’s the perfect way to start your day informed and entertained – Mornings with Brian & Company 5:30am-9am!
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A collaboration between WSHU Public Radio and the CT Mirror, “Long Story Short” goes behind the scenes of public policy journalism in Connecticut. Each week, WSHU’s award-winning senior political reporter Ebong Udoma interviews the journalists and newsmakers presented in the Mirror’s long-form Sunday feature. It’s smart conversation about thoughtful journalism.
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There are personalities behind the policies. And when we disagree, the common ground is ... conversation. Yankee Institute President Carol Platt Liebau talks with people across our state and country about the topics that are impacting YOU — and covers the human interest stories that make Connecticut unique. Join us weekly for news, policy — and a bit of fun thrown in, as well.
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With an eye on reviewing fiction and nonfiction that has regional resonance for Connecticut or Long Island, Joan Baum considers the timeliness and significance of recently published work: what these books have to say to a broad group of readers today and how they say it in a distinctive or unique manner, taking into account style and structure as well as subject matter.
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Welcome to the Sanctuary Podcast - the place to find conversations and sermons from the Young Adult Ministry of Black Rock Church. Check both our weekly sermons and our weekly podcast as we navigate what it means to be a follower of Christ today.
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They say it's not what you know, it's who you know, and it's true that a network is one of your most important assets. A network is not something you're born with. It's something you build. Every week, Michael Whitehouse, the author of The Guy Who Knows A Guy, and established connector in Southeast Connecticut will interview experts and entrepreneurs from Southeast Connecticut to share their expertise and experience with you. He'll also answer your questions directly on topics of networking, ...
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Our weekly podcast shares the unique perspective of the North East, Beast Coast Ultra running scene: raw, impulsive, and irreverent. The Cultra Trail Running Podcast is a place where we can get together and discuss all the fun stuff that happens on the trails that most normal people don't care about. Join the Cult! or maybe you already have without realizing it... resistance is futile.
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In this podcast episode ... They’ve been serving the northeastern community of Connecticut for 130 years. We talk to Day Kimball Health and its President Kyle Kramer about the community hospital’s past, present and future. Plus we take a look at other stories from across the regionBy Brian Scott-Smith
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Disability rights advocates in Connecticut are demanding better medical access. And this legislative session, they’re pushing lawmakers to pass two bills. Both aim to improve medical equipment and training, and access to better care when examining, diagnosing and treating patients with disabilities. We hear from one advocacy group involved in this …
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Have you ever wondered what would happen if the pilot of a small plane you were riding in died in mid-flight? On Easter Sunday, 2009, the pilot of a twin-engine plane out of Florida suffered a fatal heart attack, leaving a father, his wife, and two daughters alone in the plane. A CT flight instructor, who was familiar with that type of plane, was c…
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Travis takes Terrence down a rabbit hole of colleges, films festivals, and income disparity here in Connecticut on this, the 36th episode of the Connecticut Show. Can school districts with fewer resources compete with the Greenwiches of the world? We'd love your feedback on this one. Please hit us up at info@connecticut.show to tell us what you thi…
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Connecticut’s 2024 legislative session begins Wednesday. For the next three months, lawmakers will work to address some of the state’s most pressing issues. This hour, we’ll explore those issues, which include zero-emission vehicles, a lack of affordable housing, and traffic stop reform. And did you know that you have a stake in the outcome of the …
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Although Connecticut sometimes seems like such a small, isolated place on the map, it was connected to the far-flung, complex, cosmopolitan British empire even in the 17th century. This year on Grating the Nutmeg, we’re going to explore Connecticut’s maritime history with episodes on Colonial Connecticut’s trade with the British colonies of the Car…
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Each Tuesday, Kevin and Jenna talk about all things food in Connecticut with Alex from CT Food Girly. Today Alex shares some of the most instagrammable food and drink in the state so you can take a good pic for your Insta. Get those filters ready. Phones eat first! Image credit: @CTFoodGirlyBy Kevin and Jenna
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J. Edgar Hoover served as the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation under eight presidents and made the FBI into the organization it is today. This hour, Beverly Gage, Yale historian and author of a Pulitzer Prize-winning biography of Hoover, joins us to talk about his life and legacy. Plus, a look at the status of the FBI today and the l…
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For a Connecticut family of four, it costs over $126,000 just to meet their basic needs, according to a recent United Way report. That’s more than four times the federal poverty level. Food insecurity is a big part of the problem, affecting more than 1 in 10 Connecticut residents, according to Connecticut Foodshare. A new report from the United Sta…
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Sarah Hunter was last seen in Manchester, Vermont on September 19, 1986. Amanda, Drew, and Jane, the lone survivor of the Connecticut River Valley Serial killer, talk about the circumstances around her murder, the botched investigation, and where the case sits today. We listen to Dr. John Philpin’s profile he gave in the 1980’s and discuss this alo…
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ESPN's Seth Greenberg joins Bryan DeNovellis to discuss: 1:40 Seton Hall's 19-point comeback win over St. John's and the Pirates' toughness 6:45 St. John's struggles and Rick Pitino's postgame rant about his players and team facilities 10:25 and UConn's 14-game win streak and dominance under Dan Hurley. 17:40 FDU's players getting stuck in a freigh…
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It is the hottest day of the year, the humidity is up, and the unapologetically tough Anchor Down Ultra is in full form. Rhode Islands favorite ultra RD Jay Paganelli joins the full Cultra Crew for a fun filled episode. We talk about the challenges of having a race that is in high demand, and how to manage an entry process. We also get perspective …
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With a confirmed serial killer, Alan Wade Wilmer, Sr. being named in the Colonial Parkway Murders in Virginia, "Mind Over Murder" co-hosts Bill Thomas and Kristin Dilley take on a new episode of "Ask Us Anything in the Colonial Parkway Murders." Questions for this episode and the next episode were provided by longtime "Mind Over Murder" listener Ro…
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Provision and prosperity are some hot topics in the Church today, causing dissention and division. But what does the Bible REALLY say about God's provision? Kevin Butterfield dives into Jesus' teaching on God's provision for us as believers. STAY CONNECTED // Sanctuary Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/wearesanctuary/ // Sanctuary Website - htt…
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American Fiction, the feature film directorial debut of Cord Jefferson, is a comedy based on the 2001 novel Erasure by Percival Everett. It is nominated for five Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay for Jefferson, Best Actor for Jeffrey Wright, and Best Supporting Actor for Sterling K. Brown. And: Criminal Record is a …
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If you're looking for something fun to do this long weekend, check out these great events handpicked by Megan of @campbymama! 1. Great Backyard Bird Count with the Greenwich Audubon Center this Saturday, 2/17. Annual community science project that contributes to conservation worldwide! Learn how to perform and record a count, and then take part in …
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Dating in 2024 can be tough. There are no shortage of stories about dating in the age of Tinder, Bumble, Hinge, and more! But today, we're going to talk about dating, and falling in love, when you're an older adult. Last fall, the spinoff show “The Golden Bachelor” started a national conversation about falling in love in midlife and beyond. Today w…
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In 2022, Just Stop Oil protestors threw tomato soup on a Van Gogh painting in London. The world collectively gasped, but some UK lawmakers responded by supporting fewer investments in new oil projects. On this episode, meet one of those soup-throwers, and hear from two other people who have been part of creative protests: a spokesperson from an ant…
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The one and only Laura Becker joins Becky and Celeste to share her experience balancing new motherhood and being an ultra runner and triathlete. We discuss the joys and struggles, the successes and failures, and the importance of supportive networks. Get your official Cultra Clothes and other Cultra TRP PodSwag at our store! Outro music by Nick Byr…
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Join us on The Guy Who Knows A Guy Podcast as Michael Whitehouse sits down with Jeff West, a renowned author and sales expert with decades of experience transforming the sales landscape. Dive into Jeff's journey of authoring award-winning business parables and uncover the insights that have made him a pivotal figure in sales and entrepreneurship. s…
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The General Assembly’s new legislative session began on Feb. 7. So what’s happened since then? More than you’d expect. Yankee Institute’s Bryce Chinault (Director of External Affairs) and Meghan Portfolio (Manager of Research and Analysis) break down what bills are being introduced and the scuttlebutt at the Capitol. Learn more on YI’s breakdown on…
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