Best wnhh podcasts we could find (Updated October 2017)
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Deep Focus on WNHH-LP
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 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.
WNHH Arts Mix
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Kitchen Sync on WNHH-LP
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.
The Talk-Sip
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
LoveBabz LoveTalk
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
Out & About
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 to learn more.
All of Us
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.
Community Spotlight
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
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
Dateline New Haven
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Mornings with Mubarakah
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
Elm City Lowdown
Elm City Lowdown is one of five podcasts offered through WNHH-LP community radio. This one covers talk, race, religion, and politics.
The Tom Ficklin Show
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
Pundit Friday
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
Urban Talk Radio
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
This Day in New Haven History
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
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Mayor Monday | Oct. 23, 2017 by WNHH Community Radio
Drag as art, transformative social change and community building - the reflections of 3 artists. Featuring Daniel Eugene, Luis Antonio and Sylvia Heart.Tons more info at
Chai Haven | Jennifer Klein, Jim Berger & Tikkun Olam by WNHH Community Radio
Host Alisa Bowens-Mercado speaks with Bill Chalsma, PHD & a Talk-sip regular Irving Pinsky. They talk current events, politics, and brain injury.
Host Michelle Turner speaks with Angela Wardlaw, Assistant Director of Admission, Director of Community Engagement, Hopkins School.
On today’s review only episode of the show, host Tom Breen is joined by New Haven Independent reporter Allan Appel to talk about Blade Runner 2049, the new sci-fi-film-noir from director Denis Villeneuve that offers another look at the dystopian American future of uncanny androids and commercialized urban decay originally envisioned by Ridley S ...…
Host Mubarakah Ibrahim gives her audience a lesson in entrepreneurship.
Gateway Community College's new president talks about how he's already finding ways to do more with less, as well as how to grow.
Host Brian Slattery talks with Sen. Chris Murphy about gun control, Iran and North Korea, and hurricane relief.
Host Alisa Bowens talks with Irving Pinsky and call-in guests about the Trump administration, Puerto Rico, and the Las Vegas shootings.
Doug Hausladen, director of transportation, traffic, and parking, Dawn Henning, engineering project manager, and Giovanni Zinn, city engineer, discuss new traffic and sidewalk projects in the city, give an update on the Farmington Canal Trail, and talk about what to do with all the water New Haven gets through rain and flooding.…
On today's review only episode of the show, host Tom Breen is joined by New Haven Independent reporter Allan Appel to talk about two new movies about young women torn between social expectation and personal ambition, who find both distraction and clarity in the art that consumes their lives.THE BATTLE OF THE SEXES, the latest feature from direc ...…
Jacie Curl and Rebecca Goodman Olshansky of Tower One Tower East describe how a model senior community rose in downtown New Haven over the past 50 years, and where it's headed next.
Hosts Babz Rawls-Ivy, editor of Inner-City News, and Jeff Grant, executive director of Family ReEntry, introduce their new show, in which they discuss issues of criminal justice and criminal justice reform, drawing on experts, other professionals, and their own experiences as journalists, advocates, and formerly incarcerated people themselves.…
Host Marcia Chambers talks to guests Alex Taubes, co-counsel, and Lydia Fuller, a student in the Yale clinic, who are overseeing the CCJEF v. Rell education case, which deals with education funding and reform. The case was argued before the Connecticut Supreme Court last week.
Outgoing director Bitsie Clark and incoming director Lauri Lowell discuss the growth of an organization that enables seniors to stay in their homes and connect as a community.
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Mayor Toni Harp updates listeners on the bid with Bridgeport to land Amazon headquarters, on what the state budget impasse could now mean for the city's bond rating, goings on at the Board of Education, and more.
Commemorating the 50th anniversary of Yale’s Black Student Alliance, host Tom Ficklin talks with Muhammad Abdullah about his days at Yale in the late ‘60s, his involvement with the Alliance and the greater Yale political community during that tumultuous time, and how it shaped his life afterward.
Host Babz Rawls-Ivy speaks with screenwriter of the new movie "Marshall" Attorney Michael Koskoff.
On this episode, host Lucy Gellman chats with Irish pub guru Damian Cashman about growing up in Ireland, a wildly changing pub scene in the U.S., and how he is using his newest endeavor "The Rambling Inn" to pay it forward.
How the hurricane in Puerto Rico could reshape New Haven, and other stories behind the headlines, are on the menu for Pundits Babz Rawls-Ivy, Harry Droz, Markeshia Ricks, Norma Rodriguez-Reyes, and Joe Ugly.
Host Alisa Bowens-Mercado speaks with Jhonathan Rivera (New Haven for Puerto Rico) and Jose Crespo (Alderman Ward 16). They talk about how New Haven is organizing to Help Puerto Rico!
Racial profiling, military weapons, and riot control are among the timely policing issues Velleca tackles along with WNHH station manager Harry Droz and host Paul Bass.
Today on "The Show" host Michelle Turner talks sports with Tony McClean of Black Athlete Sports Network (BASN)
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Imam Hasaan brings the latest news from an Islamic perspective.
Host Mubarakah Ibrahim speaks with Dr. Fuqua; a licensed Naturopathic Physician.
The assistant chief of police discusses his recent three-month stint at the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia.
Host Babz Rawls-Ivy speaks with Guest Nia Berrian, President BSAY about The Black Student Alliance at Yale Celebrating 50 years.
Host Tom Ficklin speaks with Chemay, Founder of My Reflection Matters.
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Mayor Toni Harp updates listeners on Saturday's holed-up shooter incident, Board of Ed fireworks, and conditions on the Green, among other issues.
Devita Davison passionately shares this powerful approach to food business development based on building alliances across social boundaries and the food industry for lasting success and impact on our most marginalized communities. Co-sponsored by the Yale Sustainable Food Program and co-hosted by Ony Obiocha. Check t ...…
Host Babz Rawls-Ivy talks jazz with Ace Livingston. Ace will be performing September 30, 2017 in Cromwell CT. For more information visit
On today’s episode of the show, host Tom Breen is joined by Madison Art Cinemas’ founder and owner Arnold Gorlick to talk about their experiences at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, which ran from September 7th to September 17th and featured almost 340 movies, many of which were making their world premieres.…
Host Cyd Oppenheimer talks with author Owen Egerton about the difference between the novel and film ("a movie knows exactly what it wants you to feel when you step out of the theater; a book you can walk away from in a bunch of different ways"); about why he fell in love with writing ("here was a place where my questions could live"); and about ...…
Host Mubarakah Ibrahim talks with parent Denea Bennet about her decision to Homeschool her children.
Fay Sheppard, who helps run a not-for-profit to maintain New Haven's Holocaust Memorial park, discusses her father's experiences as a Nazi holocaust survivor as well as the history -- and continuing work involving -- New Haven's memorial.
Host Brian Slattery talks to musicians Carl Testa, Anne Rhodes, and Lou Guarino about the ten-year run of he Uncertainty Music Series, which is ending this weekend with a two-day festival at Firehouse 12 on Crown Street.
Host Marcia Chambers speaks with Laura Burban, Director of the Dan Cosgrove Animal Shelter
Brenda Brenner of the Jewish Coalition for Literacy and volunteers Hedda Kopf, Ruth Sachs and Scott Zimmerman discuss their work reading to students in 7 New Haven schools.
Host Tom Ficklin speaks with representatives of the Yale United States Health Justice Collaborative; Rahil Rojiani, Robert Rock, and Karrin Weisenthal.
From flood control to bridges to cycle tracks, the city engineer and transit chief offer updates on city projects.
Host Betsy Kim interviews David Cadden, Professor of Entrepreneurship and Strategy, Quinnipiac University, about Alexion’s decision to move its headquarters from New Haven to Boston. They address whether incentives to keep companies in Connecticut are “corporate welfare” or essential job engines.
Host Babz Rawls-Ivy speaks with Sumiya Khan about Sanctuary Kitchen at City Seed."Sanctuary Kitchen, a program of CitySeed in partnership with a network of community volunteers, was formed in 2017 to promote and celebrate the culinary traditions, cultures, and stories of refugees resettled in Connecticut. We believe that refugees and immigrants ...…
Don't cry for us, Alexion! Pundits Norma Rodriguez-Reyes, Joe Ugly, Markeshia Ricks, Babz Rawls-Ivy and Harry Droz look behind the headlines of the week's news.
The Arts Paper has a new podcast! Called "CT Theaternerds" (that's a working title, if you'd like to do us one better), it explores what happens when you close three or four critics in a room and make them talk about a play. For the first installment, The Arts Paper Editor Lucy Gellman sat down with Brian Slattery, arts editor and reporter for ...…
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Host Michelle Turner speaks with Jim Rawlings, Board Chair, Southern CT Branch, Sickle Cell Disease Association of America.
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Host Alisa Bowens-Mercado talks with Professional Cyclist Ben Wolfe about the New Haven Grand Prix, New Haven Grand Prix | A Twilight Bicycle Race & Street Festival.
Host Babz Rawls-Ivy talks about CT Fashion Week and Tinaliah Fashion Show​ at New Haven City Hall on 9/22/17 6pm-8:30pm, with guest Catherine Cazez-Wiley, Director,Instructor of Tinaliah. For more information or to buy tickets, visit
Rabbi Marci Bellows and congregation historian Ellen Nodelman join Allan Appel in looking at the chicken farmer-roots and the current second-century revival of Congregation Beth Shalom Rodfe Zedek.
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