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Best Connecticut podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Connecticut podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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NEXT is a weekly radio show and podcast about New England, one of America’s oldest places, at a time of change. It’s hosted by John Dankosky at WNPR in Hartford, Connecticut. Through original reporting and interviews, we ask important questions about the issues we explore: where are we now? How did we get here? And what's next?
 
Grating the Nutmeg scratches beneath the surface of Connecticut's history with stories from Connecticut Explored, the state's most popular history magazine, and new content unique to this podcast. All are stories about the past well worth hearing in the present. A joint production of the State Historian and Connecticut Explored, our goal is to give you great history you look forward to listening to
 
A comedy podcast that explores all fifty states with the five senses of perception - smelling, tasting, seeing, hearing and feeling how it touches our hearts. Hosted by Chicago comedians Tim Ferrari, Anthony Rossi, and Stuart Hicar.
 
Hey True Believers, forget the rest, you're listening to the BEST! Legendary Comic Con producer - Mitch Hallock teams-up with his SUPER friends to talk all things comics! From books to toys, cartoons to movies, there is nothing this dynamic duo will not hesitate to talk about when it comes to the world of wonderment that are comic books! Join Terrific Comic Convention Producer Mitch Hallock and his "SUPER"-friends as the let you listen in to their witty banter! See Mitch and the gang every A ...
 
Dr. Anthony Alessi is joined by experts to discuss the most important medical topics each week. Dr. Alessi is a Clinical Professor of Neurology and Orthopedics at the University of Connecticut where he is director of the UConn NeuroSport Program. In addition to consulting for multiple collegiate and professional sports organizations he currently serves as an on-air contributor for ESPN. Sponsored by Trinity Health of New England, Hartford HealthCare, UConn Health Orthopedics & Sports Medicin ...
 
Tent Talks is a series of discussions with academics and artists about their work. The show is a part of the Shelter from the Storm Podcast Network and is hosted by Cody Turner, a third year PhD student in philosophy at the University of Connecticut.
 
Medically Speaking is the health-focused radio show produced by Trinity Health Of New England in Connecticut and Massachusetts, and hosted by the one and only Robin Sills, RN. Health tips on everything from allergies to flu season to diet and exercise to cancer prevention, robotic surgery and more - it's all right here on Medically Speaking!
 
Cultra Trail Running is The Cult of Ultra Culture, North East Trail running from the grass roots. Our 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.
 
Native Opinion is a unique Indigenous culture education Radio show & podcast from an American Indian perspective on current affairs. The Hosts of this show are Michael Kickingbear, an enrolled member of the Mashantucket Pequot tribal nation of Connecticut and David GreyOwl, of the Echoda Eastern Band of Cherokee nation of Alabama. Together they present Indigenous views on American history, politics, the environment, and culture. This show is open to all people, and its main focus is to provi ...
 
A podcast from the members of various lodges in Connecticut discussing a variety of topics including esoteric Masonry, symbolisms, and conspiracies told from the eyes of Freemasons and not the uninitiated. Younger brothers who are king’s at breaking each other’s stones. Not a clean show at all. Come hang out and drink some beers with us while we dive into not so squared actions. Hosted by Right Worshipful Brother George Mudry and co-hosted by WBro Joe Zannino and WBro. Ken Tarwood. VIVAT!! S ...
 
Listen to Johnson Brunetti Money Wisdom with Joel Johnson, Connecticut’s highly acclaimed retirement and investment specialist, and Certified Financial Planner®. Gain true financial wisdom and advice aimed at educating you about all of your financial options when it comes to retirement so you can make the best decisions for you and your family. Get information and education that can bring you peace of mind with your savings and retirement. Whether it’s your 401k account, IRA, or an underperf ...
 
The Pugcast is produced by The Logos Center and features Dr. Thomas Price, Dr. Glenn Sunshine, and Pr. C. R. Wiley. The Pugcast is recorded at The Corner Pug--a well-known watering hole in tony West Hartford, Connecticut. (Hence the name, "pugcast"--also the reason there is so much background noise.) The show could be described as "3 over-educated Reformed guys riffing on philosophy, theology, and stuff that bugs them." Each episode they invite you to take a seat in their booth and listen in ...
 
Join 3 friends as they explore the beer world together from across the country. 3 friends from Connecticut, Montana, and North Carolina experience the craft beer industry from drinking local and national brews, interviewing, and homeworking their own beer. Not to be constrained by alcohol types the guys also explore Obert's liquor cabinet and Tud's vermouth fridge.The guys and gals will discuss a wide variety of topics from beer brewing to comedy and world events. Remember to have fun and al ...
 
Connecting jobseekers & entreprenuers with career opportunities. Gene Hodge is a futurist, author, motivational speaker, and training consultant; and Founder & President of Hodgepodge Training Inc. (HTI) and Hi-Tech Training Associates (HTA), Gene brings 20 years of experience and innovation from corporate information systems, training, and management dedicated to providing quality training to make people and organizations more productive. Gene has taught computer and job-seeking skills trai ...
 
Delving into the most dark and disturbing missing persons cold cases. Season 2 follows the disappearance of Doreen Vincent, who vanished from her father's house on June 15, 1988 in Wallingford, Connecticut. Hosted by Sarah DiMeo.
 
Yale Cancer Answers is a weekly radio show by Yale Cancer Center on WNPR - Connecticut Public Radio - providing the latest information on cancer screening, detection, treatment, and prevention. Hosted by Dr. Anees Chagpar and Dr. Steven Gore from Yale Cancer Center, the show features a guest cancer specialist who will share the most recent advances in cancer therapy and respond to listeners questions. Recent show topics include breast cancer, lung cancer, melanoma, colorectal cancer, skin ca ...
 
As non-profit journalism organizations, Connecticut Public Radio and the Connecticut Mirror share an objective — to educate the people of our state about how their government works, what it means to function in a democratic society, and the importance of understanding both their rights — and their responsibilities — as citizens.
 
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On the same day the state partially reopened on Wednesday, Gov. Ned Lamont disbanded the Reopen Connecticut Advisory Group, the task force that had been charged with coming up with a plan to guide the state into a safe, methodical reopening. One of the co-chairs of that group was Dr. Albert Ko of the Yale School of Public Health. He spoke with Conn…
 
Today, Connecticut begins the long, winding process of reopening. We're kicking off a new series to explore some of the most challenging questions as it plays out. This week, we ask the most pressing question on our minds as the first wave of workers returns to the workplace — is it too soon? Dean Sten Vermund of the Yale School of Public Health an…
 
Parents have gotten news they were expecting about continued distance learning, but it’s still going to be a rough two months. Most states in the nation had already made this decision, including Massachusetts, New York, and Rhode Island. This hour, we talk about what this will mean for students and educators, and how schools might plan to reopen in…
 
On Todays Facebook Live we are talking with Bryant Matues and the importance of Social media when selling a home specifically Facebook Ads. This will be great information if you are selling on your own FSBO or looking to interview agents about selling your home. CONTACT INFO Bryant Mateus Email bryant.mateus@exprealty.com Phone +1 937-823-7307 (wor…
 
Mary Donohue, Asst. Publisher of Connecticut Explored and co-author of the book A Life of the Land: Connecticut’s Jewish Farmers explores the story of Connecticut’s Jewish farmers in the last century. Surprised that there were Jewish farmers? Many people are but scores of newly arrived Jewish immigrants were assisted in making their lives in poultr…
 
A study finds the drug Trump has touted and taken has been linked to higher death risk in coronavirus patients. The CDC issues new guidance for houses of worship as Trump orders them to open and threatens to “override” governors who refuse to do so. States face critical reopening test as holiday weekend begins. NY, NJ, CT, DE reopen their beaches f…
 
KAtie Dykes from the CT DEEP was on to talk about which beaches are open this weekend, and the rules that are in place for social distancing. (0:00) Karen's birthday call went off the rails pretty quickly, but involved a lot of laughs. (7:14) Karen's birthday celebrations continued into Dumb Ass News, with Jennifer on the phone. (12:36) "All on the…
 
Less than a month ago, a family member in Olga Gutierrez’s home in Bridgeport tested positive for COVID-19. But because she and her family are undocumented immigrants, Gutierrez said their options are limited. “We were terrified,” she said. “We think we that we might have the virus, too. We have not been able to go to the doctor because we are unin…
 
Chaz and AJ spoke with Art Wiknik last year on the 50th anniversary of the infamous "Hamburger Hill" battle during the Vietnam War. Art was shot, lit on fire, nearly abandoned, and yet made it to the top. He explained his journey to the top, the terrible cost of the repeated attempts to claim the hill, and the public backlash.…
 
Ian Golden is a runner's runner. In his 43 years he has been around ultra and trail running for way more years than he should be and has popped up in various hotspots like Bend, Oregon and now Ithaca, NY helping the sport grow and flourish; all the while being an amazing advocate for the trails. He even tried his hand running for New York State Con…
 
A new model is predicting case spikes in some states that reopened early, especially states in the south, as the current United States coronavirus death toll surpasses 93,000. Alongside the death rate, the rate of new coronavirus cases are up in 17 states, down in 12 states and steady in 21 states. Physician Anthony Fauci warns "now is not the time…
 
Rob Sawyer lives on a horse farm in eastern Connecticut with his family and his now famous red dog, Rusty. He even ran the first 13.1 miles with said dog in a trail marathon! Rob has spent some serious time underwater... in a multi-million dollar US Navy submarine! We’re on Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/show/44etXyR0WbJtmKRKrP7V6M We’re on iTun…
 
What we’ve all been through in this pandemic has sparked renewed interest in the work of 19th-century physician Ignaz Semmelweis. He is considered to be the first person to find a correlation between hand-washing and disease prevention. Semmelweis’ discovery was the subject of a recent Google “doodle.” It’s also the basis of a 2018 chamber opera, w…
 
In one of his most recent executive orders, Gov. Ned Lamont weighed in on the controversial question of absentee balloting. The governor says state residents can use fear of contracting COVID-19 as a reason to use an absentee ballot to vote in the presidential primary, now scheduled for Aug. 11. Republican Party Chairman J.R. Romano has been vocal …
 
Yesterday, AJ walked barefoot on sharp, tiny Legos. Today, Ashley attempted the same walk, after raising $1,000 to do so. (0:00) Some Ashley sound bytes make a return in Dumb Ass News, because a woman took a dart to the head during a gender reveal party. (6:32) Dave from Riverview Bistro was on to talk about the limited reopening of restaurants yes…
 
COVID-19 has driven New England’s higher education sector into financial "survival mode." Now colleges and universities must adapt or risk major — if not catastrophic — loss from the crisis. Join us for an America Amplified special from the New England News Collaborative. We'll bring together voices from across the region, and we want to hear yours…
 
This week on NEXT: A slow reopening is now underway in every New England state. But the uncertainty over COVID-19 is prompting some businesses on Cape Cod to scale back or not reopen at all. Plus, colleges in New England are facing lawsuits from students who allege they didn't get the education they paid for this spring. And we hear about a laughin…
 
This ancient, common shade perennial flower originates from China and Japan. It grows wild in the forested mountains. It's a favorite wild spring edible, collected when the shoots are young and then roasted or sautéed. It didn't reach Europe and United States until the 1800's but now there are thousands of varieties. This shade perennial is the hos…
 
In this special edition of "Steady Habits," Gov. Ned Lamont joins us at the end of the first day of reopening in Connecticut to give us his read on Day 1 and outline what to expect in the second and third phases of reopening. Later, he and host John Dankosky discuss the dissolution of the public-private education partnership with hedge fund mogul R…
 
Trump threatens to withhold federal funding for Michigan and Nevada over their mail-in push to voters for upcoming elections. He is falsely claiming the states illegally sent absentee ballot applications to voters. Trump is also blaming China's "incompetence" for "mass worldwide killing" after he praised the country earlier in the pandemic. Sources…
 
Hello and welcome fellow Chappoholics to Drinking Alone, With Friends! This week we're DONE with the old format and move this show to its next phase where we watch analyze and discuss the movie Chappie every week. This is the start of our journey to Chappiedom, come along for the ride! We still have some beer drinking to do, as we bring three diffe…
 
This week, in Chubbuck, Idaho, two young men, seeking the infamy of their serial killer heroes for themselves, they set out to make a mark on the world, with murder. Luckily for police, they brazenly document most of their own thoughts, actions, and confessions on video, that is found after the boys finally go too far, and commit a senseless, and b…
 
Westfarms Mall reopened Wednesday after closing in March because of the coronavirus . But for the steady stream of shoppers, it wasn’t quite the same experience they might remember pre-pandemic. The mall has over 100 shops but because each corporate office makes the decision for its own stores, fewer than 30 were open -- and that meant some shopper…
 
This story has been updated. Cat Thibodeau opened the doors of Modern Barber and Shave Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. -- as she had consistently advertised on social media. And the line of at least six customers on her porch in Pawcatuck seemed to validate that decision. “I’m feeling really good,” Thibodeau said. “I’m feeling excited to see my customers af…
 
A news report from Texas went viral for covering the Jeeps at the beach event, because of the morons that showed up. (0:00) AJ walked on Legos in the studio because he saw online people had done it to raise money for charity. (6:45) Cromwell Mayor Enzo Faienza was on to talk about the town resisting the Governor's orders to keep some businesses clo…
 
Who would have guessed a face mask would become the latest cultural symbol of our identity, one more way to express our politics, our sense of style, and our deepest beliefs in what it means to be American. Whether you wear a mask might depend less on the science behind the advice, and more on how you view society - are we in this together or is it…
 
If anything is to be learned from this pandemic it is how woefully unprepared the United States has been in many areas. Americans are starving, as the country deals with food shortages particularly in urban areas. A recent poll taken shows 37 % of Unemployed Americans ran out of food in the Month of April. If you can't work and make money, how do y…
 
Is today the right time to start re-opening Connecticut’s economy after much of the state was closed to slow the spread of coronavirus? We discuss the start of a phased-in reopening of businesses in the state. We take a closer look at the problems plaguing the state Department of Public Health. Have they limited the agency’s capabilities during the…
 
United States deaths caused by the coronavirus reaches 91,000, as New York study shows higher death rates among Black and Latino people. Meanwhile, all states will have reopening plans underway by the end of the week. However, the United States-Canadian border will remain closed to non-essential travel and Hawaii extends its 14 day quarantine for a…
 
Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton was on with Chaz and AJ to talk about his viral video, which was a satirical spin on "Tiger King" Joe Exotic's music video. He did it all to raise money to feed people. (0:00) As businesses begin reopening tomorrow, the Mansfield drive-in theater is prepared with a triple feature. Chaz and AJ asked Elena about the select…
 
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