Best wnhh podcasts we could find (Updated August 2017)
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WNHH Community Radio
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Kitchen Sync on WNHH-LP
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Broadcast live every Friday from 12 - 1pm on WNHH 103.5 FM and available via webstream at the New Haven Independent's website, Kitchen Sync features interviews with people from New Haven who make, work on, present, or otherwise do interesting things around food.
 
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WNHH Arts Mix
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Podcast by WNHH Community Radio
 
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Deep Focus on WNHH-LP
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Deep Focus is a weekly radio show about movies and New Haven, Connecticut. The show is broadcast live every Thursday from 12 - 1pm on WNHH 103.5 FM, and available via webstream at www.newhavenindependent.org. During each episode, host Tom Breen talks with people from New Haven who make, work on, present, or otherwise think deeply about movies. The second segment of each show features a round-table review of a new release just hitting the Elm City.
 
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The Talk-Sip
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Every Thursday at 1pm, host and salsa maven Alisa Bowens trades in her dance shoes to spend time with listeners in the community to talk arts, music, current events, and relationships. Alisa's Culture Cocktail is part of the WNHH Community Radio family of podcasts. Learn more at wnhh.org.
 
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LoveBabz LoveTalk
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Broadcast every Friday at 10 a.m. and 5 p.m., Inner City News CT editor and host Babz Rawls-Ivy interviews the "beautiful people" of New Haven, exploring everything from prison reform to boat building. LoveBabz LoveTalk is part of the WNHH Community Radio family of podcasts. Learn more at wnhh.org.
 
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Out & About
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For 10 minutes each week and an hour every month, host Melissa Loucks explored LGBTQ issues in New Haven, and across the country with a particular focus on trans rights. Out & About is part of the WNHH Community Radio family of podcast. Go to wnhh.org to learn more.
 
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All of Us
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Hosted each week by Actual Foods founder Greg Grinberg, All Of Us asks a fundamental question -- how can we be more engaged and socially responsible community members? -- and answers it in one-on-one interviews with artists, activists, and members of city government.
 
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Community Spotlight
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Coming to listeners once a week through WNHH and Ugly Radio at 9 a.m. on Fridays, the Reverend Samuel T. Ross-Lee shares his takes on New Haven — the good, the bad, and the ugly of the city — and the what it means to be black in America. Community Spotlight is part of the WNHH family of podcasts. Learn more at wnhh.org.
 
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The Table Underground w/Tagan Engel
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Digging deep into stories of food, race, radical love and creative social justice. Broadcast on WNHH 103.5fm community radio - New Haven, CT. Hosted by chef, activist, artist Tagan Engel
 
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Dateline New Haven
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Podcast by WNHH Community Radio
 
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Mornings with Mubarakah
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Hosted Wednesdays at 10 a.m. (replayed 5p.m.) by self-proclaimed “Fit Muslimah” Mubarakah Ibrahim, Mornings with Mubarakah takes on topics from Islamophobia and Muslim-American responses to politics to women who are working to improve fitness initiatives across the country. Mornings with Mubarakah is part of the WNHH Community Radio family of podcasts. Learn more at wnhh.org.
 
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Elm City Lowdown
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Elm City Lowdown is one of five podcasts offered through WNHH-LP community radio. This one covers talk, race, religion, and politics.
 
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The Tom Ficklin Show
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Planetary ranging discussions with impactful global citizens and thought leaders from your street , to wall street , to alleys and international boulevards. Broadcast Mondays at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. The Tom Ficklin Show is part of the WNHH Community Radio family of podcasts. Learn more at wnhh.org.
 
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Pundit Friday
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A weekly news round up on local, state, and national news every Friday at 11 A.M with New Haven pundits and reporters Paul Bass, Babz Rawls-Ivy, Markeshia Ricks, Joe Ugly, and Michelle Turner. Pundit Friday is part of the WNHH Community Radio family of podcasts. Learn more at wnhh.org
 
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Urban Talk Radio
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Broadcast Wednesdays at 9 a.m. and 6 p.m., New Haven top cop and author Shafiq Abdussabur takes on crime, police-community relations, social justice initiatives and the occasional foodie on this weekly program. Urban Talk Radio is part of the WNHH Community Radio family of podcasts. Learn more at wnhh.org.
 
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This Day in New Haven History
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Hosted by Allan Appel, reporter for the New Haven Independent, and Jason Bischoff-Wurstle, the New Haven Museum's Director of Photo Archives, This Day in New Haven History is a daily podcast that explores the 375-year-plus history of the Elm City. This Day in New Haven History is part of the WNHH Community Radio family of podcasts. Learn more at wnhh.org.
 
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The first of many shows to come. The FOOD SQUAD - a fab and diverse group of food lovers, dishing on Summer Food Finds...you'll hear about Tagan Engel's new Superlicious New Haven ice cream trail w/27 scoop shops and fun things to do, Babz Rawls Ivy's hunt for great vegan soft-serve, Mohegan food expert Rachel Sayet talking on pow wow foods, an ...…
 
Host Betsy Kim talk with Pierre Barbour, the Executive Director at New Haven Solid Waste & Recycling Authority.
 
Pundit Friday | Aug. 11, 2017 by WNHH Community Radio
 
New Haven Democratic Town Chair Vin Mauro and GOP Town Chair Jonathan Wharton mix it up on city politics -- and get along.
 
Host Cyd Oppenheimer talks with author Jonathan Dee about writing a prologue that doesn't seem like a prologue ("I liked the idea of a kind of "smash cut" first chapter that led to the rest of the book but only in a thematic way"); about the rise and fall of the "social novel" ("The idea of dramatizing a social conflict or social problem by rep ...…
 
WNHH resident policing expert John Velleca and station manager Harry Droz weigh in on the turmoil in the police chief's suite, the $9.5 million legal settlement for an unfairly jailed man, and other pressing cirminal justice news.
 
City arts director Andy Wolf, conductor Simon Holt, and soloist Charlie Widmer preview the Aug. 19 annual Operapalooza! blow-out on the New Haven Green
 
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Host Tom Ficklin looks up at the stars with Astrologer Jill Dotlo.
 
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WNHH Community Radio
 
Mayor Toni Harp updates listeners on the $9.5 million lawsuit settlement with an unfairly jailed man, a homeless encampment in East Rock, city emergency budget plans in light of state fiscal uncertainty, and other hot-button issues.
 
Photographer Nona Faustine and host Betsy Kim discuss the artist's exhibition at Artspace that uses nudity and direct candor to address the brutality of slavery and its legacy, today.
 
Host Babz Rawls-Ivy has an entertaining conversation with Director Raphael Massie & Actor Gracy Brown, both from Elm Shakespeare Company. Elm Shakespeare Company celebrates the 22nd season of Free Shakespeare in Edgerton Park with The Tragedy of Romeo & Juliet.For information visit https://www.elmshakespeare.org/visit.…
 
On this episode, host Lucy Gellman talks to entrepreneur and caffeine connoisseur Katherine McComic about Downtown Table, a two-wheeled coffee cart venture that has taken her to Wooster Square.
 
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Deep Focus on WNHH-LP
 
LADY MACBETH (2016) Description On today’s review-only episode of the show, host Tom Breen is joined by New Haven Independent reporter Allan Appel for a discussion of Lady Macbeth, a new British film from director William Oldroyd about a young bride in 19th century northern England who chafes against the oppressive boredom, disrespect, and obje ...…
 
Host Alisa Bowens-Mercado has an information filled show. She tackles social justice matters with Jahmal Henderson & Joelle Fishman. She talks tennis with Anne Worcester, Tournament Director at the Connecticut Open, and she talks about the upcoming Aug 5, 2017 event "The Craft Brew Races" which is a 5k run/walk followed by a craft beer festival ...…
 
Host Michelle Turner talks with Manny James.
 
On today’s review-only episode of the show, host Tom Breen is joined by New Haven Independent reporter Allan Appel for a discussion of Lady Macbeth, a new British film from director William Oldroyd about a young bride in 19th century northern England who chafes against the oppressive boredom, disrespect, and objectification of being a kept woma ...…
 
New Haven authors Alice Mattison and Hirsh Sawheny read and discussing their stories from a new short-story collection called New Haven Noir.
 
Rabbi Yossi Yaffe previews this Sunday's Shoreline Jewish Festival and discusses the status of jewish life on the Shoreline. And Madison-born, Israeli-based recording artist Lazer Lloyd, who will headline the festival, discusses his musical and spiritual journey.
 
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Valley Sports Rewind
 
This week 'Valley Sports Rewind' host Mike Cannici sits down with James Allbert, Derby High School class of 1988. During his years in Derby, Allbert was a standout punter for football team. He captain of the baseball and basketball teams. He was an All-Valley catcher with the Red Raiders. Valley Sports Rewind is a weekly podcast produced by Val ...…
 
Former U.S. Rep. Sam Gejdenson makes sense of the Trump administration, offers advice on North Korea, and mixes it up with proud Trump supporter Harry Droz.
 
Today on "The Tom Ficklin Show" Tom talks with Social Justice Activist Cowiya Arouna.
 
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WNHH Community Radio
 
Mayor Toni Harp takes listeners' questions and offers an update on the latest issues in town.
 
Today on "LoveBabz LoveTalk" host Babz Rawls-Ivy has some Book Talk with Lisa Monroe, Susan Monroe, and Bea Dozier-Taylor.
 
Theater of the Oppressed NYC sparks policy changes + a gardener, activist, and grandma grows food, community and beauty in a former vacant lot. Fab talk with Katy Rubin of TONYC and Jamilah Rasheed of Field of Greens garden.
 
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WNHH Community Radio
 
Babz Rawls-Ivy, Markeshia Ricks, Joe Ugly, and Harry Droz weigh the best penalties for sexual offenders, whether new housing development in town equals gentrification, and the community's response to a spate of violence in Newhallville.
 
Host Alisa Bowens-Mercado talks with Sarah Washburn of Visit New Haven about the many festivals and other weekend goings-on happening in the greater New Haven area from this weekend into September.
 
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Deep Focus on WNHH-LP
 
Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk (2017) Description On today's review-only episode of the show, I'll be joined by New Haven Independent staff reporter Allan Appel to talk about DUNKIRK, Christopher Nolan's new WWII action movie about the mass evacuation of hundreds of thousands of British troops from the beaches of a besieged French coastal city in ...…
 
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WNHH Community Radio
 
On today's review-only episode of the show, I'll be joined by New Haven Independent staff reporter Allan Appel to talk about DUNKIRK, Christopher Nolan's new WWII action movie about the mass evacuation of hundreds of thousands of British troops from the beaches of a besieged French coastal city in the early summer of 1940. We'll talk about this ...…
 
Alder Delphine Clyburn and neighborhood activists Barbara Vereen and Zelema Harris discuss progress in Newhallville
 
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Kitchen Sync on WNHH-LP
 
On this episode, host Lucy Gellman welcomes Moosewood Cookbook author Mollie Katzen to talk about ratatouille, and how a dish can become an obsession. Stay tuned for a quick review of the 2007 Pixar film in the second half.
 
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Kitchen Sync on WNHH-LP
 
On this episode, host Lucy Gellman sits down in the studio with New Havener Netta Hadari, former director of development for Music Haven, about his newest business venture: a homemade ice cream shop on wheels. The two discuss Hadari's decision to found Whatisreal_icecream, and talk through some of the challenges facing small food businesses in ...…
 
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WNHH Community Radio
 
The Greater New Haven Branch of the NAACP is holding a 'Silent Protest, Parade and Rally', Saturday, July 29th. Dr. David Canton, of the New Haven Branch discusses why this isn't your typical March, along with some of the reasons for racism seeming so prevalent right now.
 
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WNHH Community Radio
 
Mayor Toni Harp updates listeners on the sanctuary church in Fair Haven, violence in Newhallville, summer concerts, zoning debates, and other issues.
 
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WNHH Community Radio
 
Pundits Markeshia Ricks, Babz Rawls-Ivy, Joe Ugly, and Norma Rodriguez discuss what the death of a 14-year-old gunshot victim means for the "community," the dynamics underlying a debate over whether to create a memorial to gunshot victims in Edgewood Park, the race for probate judge, and the Republican Party's local convention.…
 
On this episode, host Lucy Gellman welcomes Moosewood Cookbook author Mollie Katzen to talk about ratatouille, and how a dish can become an obsession. Stay tuned for a quick review of the 2007 Pixar film in the second half.
 
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WNHH Community Radio
 
On this episode of the Talk Sip, host Alisa Bowens-Mercado answers listeners' health questions with Dawn Slade of Nuts For Health.
 
Hamden Progressive Action Network co-founders Jorge Fernandez and Jennifer Pope introduce listeners to their new organization and discuss current and future plans.
 
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WNHH Community Radio
 
On this episode, host Michelle Turner talks to Darius Murrell, a social media commentator known for giving advice to women and men on relationships and sex, and organizing Day Parties in the area. The two discuss just that, delving deep into his advice for this conversation.
 
On this episode, Imam Saifuddin Hassan takes a deeper look into the complexities and misconceptions surrounding Sharia Law.
 
Host Mubarakah Ibrahim speaks to award winning author Umm Juwayriyah about African American Muslim literature and the lives that inspire her writing.
 
Connecticut's top elections official updates listeners on the fight she and other secretaries of the state are waging against a Trump administration effort to obtain all state voting records to create a national database and combat alleged voter fraud -- which Merrill calls an effort toward voter suppression.…
 
Hear Mercy Quaye, Leslie Radliffe and John DeStefano compete for $50 of free parking by guessing how the city ruled on appeals to parking tickets. Doug Hausladen and Ray WIllis of the traffic and parking department offer explanations.
 
Host Brian Slattery and Hank Hoffman -- musician, proprietor of Best Video, and music collector -- talk about the sound and scene of New Haven New Wave.
 
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WNHH Community Radio
 
Host Greg Grinberg welcomes Abby Roth, candidate for Ward 7 Alder, to talk about her campaign and vision for New Haven.
 
Host Tom Ficklin welcomes RN, family therapist and addiction specialist Katurah Bryant to talk about Bryant's work and the changing face of global health.
 
Host Betsy Kim welcomes Noah Bloom and Jesse Hameen II of the Neighborhood Music School to talk -- and listen -- to jazz just in time for NMS's summer concert series.
 
Mother, Montessori education enthusiast, and black breastfeeding advocate Amelia Sherwood talks about her passions for supportive community, Montessori educators for social justice, and her love of nurturing vibrant life for all children, and in particular the importance of nurturing black & brown children and families. For more info and photos ...…
 
Mother, Montessori education enthusiast, and black breastfeeding advocate Amelia Sherwood talks about her passions for supportive community, Montessori educators for social justice, and her love of nurturing vibrant life for all children, and in particular the importance of nurturing black & brown children and families. For more info and photos ...…
 
Today on "The Talk-Sip" with Alisa, Radio Show Music Edition. Philip Bynum talks "Cool Breeze Music In The Park" musical line-up and percussionist extraordinaire, Ed Fast and Conga Bop talks Latin Jazz at Elm City Social!
 
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