Best wnhh podcasts we could find (Updated January 2018)
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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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WNHH Arts Mix
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Podcast by 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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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
Weekly
 
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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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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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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Dateline New Haven
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Podcast by WNHH Community Radio
 
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The Table Underground w/Tagan Engel
 
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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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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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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Urban Talk Radio
Weekly
 
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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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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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 | Jan. 12, 2018 by WNHH Community Radio
 
On today's episode, host Tom Breen is joined by New Haven movie blogger Dan Heaton and Madison Art Cinemas owner Arnold Gorlick to talk through their top 10 movies of 2017. The episode also features over a dozen voicemails from friends, listeners, and former guests on the show with their picks for the best of the year.…
 
Host Michelle Turner talks about the upcoming MLK Conference at Wexler-Grant School/ New Haven
 
Host Alisa Bowens-Mercado and special guest Colin Caplan start a new series of shows called "Pizza With Alisa"
 
Hill Health Center CEO Michael Taylor and Fair Haven Health Center CEO Suzanne Lagarde discuss the proposed new primary care center they're hoping to build and operate with Yale-New Haven Hospital.
 
Dateline New Haven | Clare Kindall by WNHH Community Radio
 
Host Cyd Oppenheimer talks with author Chloe Benjamin about unreliable narrators ("To me, every narrator is unreliable"), about allowing herself to write characters whose lived experience differs from her own ("research and empathy are the best way I've found to give myself that permission"), and choosing to end not with death but with healing. ...…
 
Take a deep breath, and slowly release it. Host Mubarakah Ibrahim & her guest Millie Grenough show you how to reclaim your joy. For more info and to participate in the webinar go to https://www.reclaimmyjoy.com/webinar-home
 
State rep discusses his "exploratory" quest for state attorney general.
 
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WNHH Community Radio
 
Pundit Friday | Jan. 5, 2018 by WNHH Community Radio
 
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WNHH Community Radio
 
Host Mercy Quaye talks with Elizabeth Dellinger, Vocalist/composer & owner of House of Voice.
 
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WNHH Community Radio
 
Mayor Monday | Jan. 8 2018 by WNHH Community Radio
 
Host Babz Rawls-Ivy & Jeff Grant reflect on the past experiences in the criminal justice system
 
Host Lucy Gellman chats with artist and student Jules Larson about her upcoming exhibition at Koffee? on Audubon, and the wacky and wonderful confluence of food, DIY practice, and painting in her life.
 
Dateline New Haven | Gubernatorial Candidate Joe Ganim by WNHH Community Radio
 
Host Mubarakah Ibrahim starts the new year talking about self care.
 
Dateline New Haven | JR Romano & Roland Lemar by WNHH Community Radio
 
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Pundit Friday | Dec. 22, 2017 by WNHH Community Radio
 
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Pundit Friday | Dec. 22, 2017 by WNHH Community Radio
 
On this episode, Lucy Gellman sits down with Laura Hurwitz, founder of Jake's Mom's Cookies, to talk about what starting a food business means when you've already worked several careers.
 
On the first segment of today’s episode, host Tom Breen is joined by Bridgeport-based filmmaker Francesca Andre to talk about her new movie “Charcoal,” a short film about colorism and prejudices within and without the black community against dark skin. They talk about the origins of this movie, Andre’s background as a fashion and news photograp ...…
 
Host Alsa Bowens-Mercado talks Politics with Attorney Irving Pinsky.
 
Dateline New Haven | Dita Bhargava by WNHH Community Radio
 
On the last show of 2017 host Mubarakah Ibrahim talks health and nutrition.
 
The master musicians prepare for their popular local annual Christmas Eve bluegrass and Christmas Day klezmer shows.
 
Dateline New Haven | Caroline Smith & Margaret Lee by WNHH Community Radio
 
Discussion on Sexual Harassment in the workplace.
 
Host Mercy Quaye talks with a Jack Of All Trades.
 
Mayor Monday | Dec. 18, 2017 by WNHH Community Radio
 
Dateline New Haven | GOP Governor Candidate Mike Handler by WNHH Community Radio
 
Host Brian Slattery and arts reporter Karen Ponzio get into the shows they've seen both on and off the job in 2017 and what made them memorable.
 
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WNHH Community Radio
 
Mayor Monday | Dec. 4, 2017 by WNHH Community Radio
 
Host Babz Rawls-Ivy & Jeff Grant talk Corrections with Scott Semple, CT Commissioner of Corrections.
 
This week is the Latino and Iberian Film Festival at Yale (LIFFY), an annual celebration of contemporary Spanish and Portueguese-language cinema that takes place in downtown New Haven at the Whitney Humanities Center at 53 Wall St.In this week's episode, host Tom Breen talks with a handful of filmmakers who have movies screenings at this year's ...…
 
Three indigenous educators: Chef Sherry Pocknet, Rachel Sayet and Jay Levy speak about the many ways native peoples give thanks, the true history of colonists and indigenous peoples, native foods, then and now, and how they each of them deal with the annual Thanksgiving holiday. For more info, photos, links to events and resources, go to www.th ...…
 
Host Brian Slattery talks with musician and writer Shawn Persinger about his new suite of music, Halloween Baptizm, and the book that accompanies it, Nobody Knows I'm Famous: A Year in the Life of an Unknown Musician.
 
Host Mercy Quaye talks accessibility, entrepreneurialship and traveling to Grand Central with Jack Coraggio, Founder of Wheelshare, a wheelchair sharing service to bring travel independence to the disabled.
 
Host Tom Ficklin Talks with representatives from Play2Prevent Lynn Fiellin, Kimberly Hieftje,Tyra Pendergras.
 
State Rep. Roland Lemar discusses why he voted against the state budget, opposes a proposed moratorium on renovating SROs in New Haven; and discusses Democrats' prospects in 2018.
 
Host Lucy Gellman talks to original Foodie Fatale Jocelyn Ruggiero about her new business (https://foodiefatale.com) and how loving what we eat can empower women.
 
Host Babz Rawls-Ivy has a conversation with Author Nicole Blades. Nicole gives us a peek into her new book "Have You Met Nora?". For more info or to purchase her book go to https://www.amazon.com/Nicole-Blades/e/B002BM90JW/ref=dp_byline_cont_book_1
 
Host Babz Rawls-Ivy dives into the "Sexual Harassment" conversation with her guest Tanya A. Hughes, Executive Director, Commission On Human Rights And Opportunities. For more info go to www.ct.gov/chro or call 1-800-477-5737.
 
Host alisa Bowens-Mercado talks about "Africa Week" with Chaste Niwe from the Yale African Students Association (YASA), and takes on the hottest topics with her guest co-hosts Harry Droz & Irving Pinsky.
 
Next week is Transgender Awareness Week, an annual grassroots celebration of trans culture and concerns that takes place in different communities throughout the country, including in New Haven. The first segment of this episode is all about a trans film series that the New Haven Pride Center has organized to help celebrate Trans Awareness Week ...…
 
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WNHH Community Radio
 
Guest host Brian Slattery sat down with actor George Guidall to talk about Long Wharf Theatre's upcoming production of The Chosen, a play adapted by Aaron Posner from the novel by Chaim Potok, and the questions it raises about Jewish culture and who gets to define it.
 
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WNHH Community Radio
 
Imam Hasaan brings the latest news from an Islamic perspective.
 
Host Mubarakah Ibrahim talks women in tech with Founder of Developher.com Lauren Hasson.
 
Host Alisa Bowens-Mercado talks current events, local news, and politics with Attorney Irving Pinsky.
 
Librarian Diane Brown, Elsie Chapman, Althea Norcott talk about the Stetson Library fundraising efforts and move to Q-House
 
On the first segment of today’s show, host Tom Breen talks with Allan Appel and Lucy Gellman about LOVING VINCENT, a new animated film from directors Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman that gives the Citizen Kane treatment to the life of Dutch post-impressionist painter Vincent Van Gogh: through a series of flashbacks and second-hand stories, we ...…
 
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