Best wnhh podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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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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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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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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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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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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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
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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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Pundits Markeshia Ricks, Babz Rawls-Ivy and Harry Droz zero in on the latest bike lane, English Station, and police news in town.
 
Today on "The Talk-Sip" host Alisa Bowens-Mercado talks with Author Treamell Lawrence about his book 'Dear Brothers Dear Sisters Listen Up!'
 
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WNHH Community Radio
 
Today on "The Show" host Michelle Turner and Intern producer Sam Hadelman talk about having ADHD, and the struggles of focusing in school.
 
Imam Hasaan brings the latest news from an Islamic perspective.
 
The principal of Greater New Haven's Conservative K-8 Jewish day school speaks about innovative approaches to learning at the school, including how to teach kindergarteners about science, literature, religious values, and art -- all at once, with ladybugs.
 
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WNHH Community Radio
 
WNHH guest producer Mahir Rahman explores sustainability in New Haven. He writes: In this story, you'll hear from three individuals on how the programs they represent are trying to make New Haven residents food sustainable. Domingo Medina will take us to the farm and inform us on how Peels and Wheels Composting makes you rethink where to throw ...…
 
Today on "The Legal Eagle" host Marcia Chambers and State Rep. Sean Scanlon talk about the state budget rail & road transportation, and the Opioid addiction problem
 
The outgoing director of the International Festival of Arts & Ideas and the Wooster Square-based community activist discuss their 11 years of making a difference in New Haven, how they met, and their next mission as they move north to New Hampshire.
 
Mayor Toni Harp discusses the future of the Armory and the "escape," new efforts to address domestic violence in New Haven, and the future of Gateway Community College under new leadership.
 
Today on "Law, Life & Culture" host Betsy Kim interviews the City of New Haven’s Environmental Health Program Director on the dangers of lead poisoning, especially for children and ways to prevent it.
 
Organizing for Freedom - Live Episode with CT Core - Organize Now! founders & husband and wife team Isa Mujahid and Camelle Scott-Mujahid share their insights into grassroots organizing to transform the racial and economic inequity in the state of Connecticut and beyond. For more info www.thetableunderground.com…
 
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WNHH Community Radio
 
Puerto Rico's disaster -- is it New Haven's opportunity? Or just an opportunity for exploitation? Pundits Babz Rawls-Ivy, Markeshia Ricks, Norma Rodriguez-Reyes, and Harry Dorz debate that question, public input at Board of Education meetings, and gender and racial childhood tradtions.
 
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The Table Underground w/Tagan Engel
 
Isa Mujahid & Camelle Scott-Mujahid Co-Founders CT Core - Organize Now! Episode 16. Organizing for Freedom w/ Camelle Scott-Mujahid & Isa Mujahid of CT Core - Organize Now! Listen live Friday June 16th at noon, 7pm and again Sunday at 3pm (EST) on WNHH Community Radio, 103.5 fm New Haven, or stream online. CT Core - Organize Now! Is an organiza ...…
 
Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) Description In anticipation of Father’s Day this Sunday, the first segment of today’s show is all about movies and dads. Host Tom Breen is joined by certified dad and movie lover Nick Schupbach to talk about movie recommendations for Father’s Day, the different ways that dads and father-child relationsh ...…
 
In anticipation of Father’s Day this Sunday, the first segment of today’s show is all about movies and dads. Host Tom Breen is joined by certified dad and movie lover Nick Schupbach to talk about movie recommendations for Father’s Day, the different ways that dads and father-child relationships are portrayed on screen, and the experience of bei ...…
 
On today's "Talk-SIP" host Alisa Bowens-Mercado and guest Monica Arroyo PR festival committee member. Joseph Rodriguez Chair of the National Puerto Rican Agenda.Also, TLC'S all stars Janice Parker, Sandra Harris-Pittman, Shandrea Pittman, and Executive Ambassador Stormy Wellington!
 
City arts chief Andrew Wolf lays out all the fun free-of-charge stuff happening in New Haven this summer.
 
Today on "The Show" host Michelle Turner talks sports with Tony McClean of Black Athlete Sports Network (BASN) https://basnnewsroom.com/
 
Today on "Mornings with Mubarakah" host Mubarakah Ibrahim talks with Reverend William Mathis. Reverend Mathis talks about the emancipation of Black people globally, and suggest that the mass incarceration of black people is modern day slavery.
 
Rabbi Jon-Jay Tilsen of Westville's Congregation Beth El Keser Israel describes his trip to a restored cemetery in North Dakota where three of his relatives are buried amid other Jewish homesteaders from the early 1900s -- and the lessons he brought home for those of us today seeking to make a better life.…
 
Today on "LoveBabz LoveTalk" host Babz Rawls-Ivy talks healthy summer refreshments with Chef & Social Justice Activist Tagan Engel.
 
Former New Haven top cop John Velleca, WNHH's resident policing expert, offers his advice to New Haven's new police chief and weighs in on the shooting death of a man he once tried to lck up for murder.
 
Today on "The Tom Ficklin Show" host Tom Ficklin talks with Rev. Brian Bellamy from the Friendship Missionary Baptist Church. http://www.friendshipmbc.net/welcome.html
 
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WNHH Community Radio
 
Mayor Toni Harp weighs in on taxes, crime, the state budget, and the search for the next schools superintendent.
 
Today on "LoveBabz LoveTalk" host Babz Rawls-Ivy talk about the new "Prison Portal Project". To learn more click on the link https://familyreentry.org/prison-portal-project-to-be-presented-at-governors-criminal-justice-conference/
 
Today on "Community Spotlight" Rev. Samuel T. Ross-Lee talks about topics in the local & national news.
 
Host Betsy Kim interviews Knight First Amendment Institute senior staff attorney Alex Abdo on the non-profit’s efforts to stop Donald Trump from blocking accounts of people who disagree with him on Twitter. They also discuss the institution’s lawsuits to end computer and cell phone searches at the borders, and to allow access to the logs of vis ...…
 
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WNHH Community Radio
 
Outsider versus insider politics, the last-minute rush in the state legislative session, and the future of daily print journalism in New Haven provide the fodder for pundits Babz Rawls-Ivy, Joe Ugly, Markeshia Ricks and Harry Droz.
 
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Kitchen Sync on WNHH-LP
 
On this episode, host Lucy Gellman talks to Fallon Daniels and Gwen Newton of the New Haven Adult & Continuing Education Center about a new food pantry at their headquarters, and how to fight food insecurity in their student population.
 
Credit Mercy Choir On this episode, host Lucy Gellman talks to Paul Belbusti, founder and frontman of Mercy Choir, about food, friends, and the group's monthly residency at Never Ending Books.
 
Today on "LoveBabz LoveTalk" host Babz Rawls-Ivy has an entertaining conversation with Musician Ace Livingston.
 
Long Wharf Theatre Photo On this episode, host Lucy Gellman sits down with New Haven Independent Arts Editor Brian Slattery and New Haven Review theater critic Donald Brown to talk about "The Most Beautiful Room in New York," a new musical about New York's cutthroat culinary scene on at Long Wharf Theatre through May 28. Spoiler: if you loved t ...…
 
On this episode, host Lucy Gellman talks to Fallon Daniels and Gwen Newton of the New Haven Adult & Continuing Education Center about a new food pantry at their headquarters, and how to fight food insecurity in their student population.
 
The Wedding Plan (2016) Description On today’s review-only episode of the show, host Tom Breen is joined by New Haven Independent staff writer Allan Appel for a discussion of two new releases starring Israeli women whose characters brush aside the fatuous hindrances of patriarchy to realize miracles of female strength and ingenuity: the latest ...…
 
Today on "The Talk-sip" host Alisa Bowen-Mercado talks police recruitment with her guest Officer Jinett Marte, Officer Yelena Borisova, and Sergeant Maneet Colon. The New Haven Police Department is hiring, and applications will be available June 5-23, 2017 at www.policeapp.com.
 
On today’s review-only episode of the show, host Tom Breen is joined by New Haven Independent staff writer Allan Appel for a discussion of two new releases starring Israeli women whose characters brush aside the fatuous hindrances of patriarchy to realize miracles of female strength and ingenuity: the latest blockbuster comic book adaptation WO ...…
 
Contestants vie for free parking by guessing how the city of New Haven ruled on real-life appeals to parking tickets.
 
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WNHH Community Radio
 
Host Brian Slattery talks with Zohra Rawling of the vaudeville troupe Madame Thalia about their ongoing series at Lyric Hall and the political and performance tightrope that goes into putting on vaudeville shows in the present day.
 
Today on "The Show" host Michelle Turner has a friendly talk with Babz Rawls-Ivy.
 
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WNHH Community Radio
 
Today on WNHH we debut a new show called "The Safe Zone" with host Saifudin Hasaan. He talks about Islam and Peace.
 
Today on "The Legal Eagle" host Marcia Chambers interviews Attorney Dan Klau about the happenings in the CT legislature, and Trump's Executive order being fast-tracked in the Supreme Court.
 
David Fischer talks about putting together the latest edition of the jewish History Society's series of books on the history of the local Jewish community -- including his detective work in nailing down the history of ritual baths.
 
Host Betsy Kim interviews Camille Seaberry, research associate at DataHaven, about the New Haven health report. She discusses how facts, science and data drive effective changes in policies and law.
 
Hear from Sanctuary Kitchen founder Sumiya Kahn about this new organization that helps talented refugee cooks connect with their new communities by offering cooking classes, supper clubs and starting food businesses. Fatema, a warm and charming cook who is a refugee from Syria, shares her impressions of life and food in America, and her family ...…
 
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WNHH Community Radio
 
Babz Rawls-Ivy, Markeshia Ricks, Norma Rodriguez-Reyes, Harry Droz, and Joe Ugly break down the week's headlines, from Aetna's planned headquarters move out of state to local parking tickets, from solitary confinement to Hillhouse High School's rebranding.
 
Music Haven's Newest IRIS Students by WNHH Community Radio
 
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WNHH Community Radio
 
Today on "The Show" host Michelle Turner talk with New Haven native Michael Scott, Founder of Parents Coaching Parents Network. His organization helps parents whose children are bound to play in the professional leagues.
 
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WNHH Community Radio
 
Today on "The Talk-Sip" host Alisa Bowens-Mercado and guest Phil Bynum talk about the "Cool Breeze at the Park" concert series. To find out more contact Philip Bynum at Coolbreezemusicinthepark@gmail.com or call 203-809-5165
 
THE LIFE AND GARDENS OF BEATRIX FARRAND (2017) by Karyl Evans Description On today's episode of Deep Focus, host Tom Breen talks with two Connecticut filmmakers who will be screening their new movies playing at this year's New Haven Documentary Festival. On the first segment of the show, Breen is joined by six-time Emmy Award-winning documentar ...…
 
On today's episode of Deep Focus, host Tom Breen talks with two Connecticut filmmakers who will be screening their new movies playing at this year's New Haven Documentary Festival. On the first segment of the show, Breen is joined by six-time Emmy Award-winning documentary filmmaker Karyl Evans to talk about her new movie The Life and Gardens o ...…
 
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