Sunday Talk


CT ’22  WFSB  8:30 a.m.

Host: Eric Parker 

Pandemic Developments: Nasal Vaccines, Long Covid & More with Yale’s Dr. Akiko Iwasaki

Heading for the Primary / A Look at the Candidates with Dan Haar of Hearst CT Media

A California High Schooler’s Assignment on the Life and Tragic Death of Newington Officer Peter Lavery

This Week in Connecticut WTNH 10:00 am

Host: Dennis House

Race for United States Senate:

Leora Levy (R) for U.S. Senate

High profile crimes:

Ryan McGuigan/Attorney

Child trafficking:

Tom Dutcher/Love 146

Food truck parks:

Quan & Rebecca Quach/Food truck park developers

CT Capitol Report WTNH  10:30am

Host: Jodi Latina fills in for Tom Dudchik

Panel: Joe Aresimowicz, (D) Former CT House Speaker

Lee Elci, Host, ‘Lee Elci Show’ 94.9 FM News Now


Reproductive Rights in CT: Ned v. Bob

Can a Conservative Win in CT? Will Abortion Issue Hurt the GOP?

Secretary of the State Race: And then there were 3 – Sen. Lesser drops out

Connecticut Congressional Races – What Does GOP Need to Do to Unseat Any of the Democrats?


CBIA VP of Public Policy Eric Gjede – Where Does the Legislative Session Leave CT Businesses?

Face the Facts WVIT 10 a.m.

Host: Mike Hydeck

Lauren Carmody, VP of Marketing and Communications for Connecticut Innovations, explains why the quasi-public agency is investing $1.25 million in the state’s cannabis industry. The plan includes relocating a Colorado company, 1906, to CT.

Sen. Derek Slap (D- West Hartford) talks about a victory for the Farmington High School project, why the circumstances surrounding it should matter to Connecticut residents in any town, and rethinking how school construction grants are awarded.

NBC Connecticut’s Caitlin Burchill spoke exclusively with Renee Colman-Mitchell, the former DPH Commissioner who filed a federal discrimination lawsuit against the state this week. Caitlin tells us why Coleman-Mitchell went this route, and how Governor Lamont responded.

Power & Politics News12 Saturday at 4:30 pm & 6:30/ Sunday 11:30am & 6:30pm.

Host: John Craven

Secretary of the State Endorsed Candidates:

  • Dominic Rapini (R)
  • State Rep. Stephanie Thomas (D-Norwalk)

Does CT need an abortion amendment?:

  • Liz Gustafson (Pro-Choice CT director)
  • Peter Wolfgang (Family Institute of CT president)

PLUS: Feeling depressed and anxious? CT is investing more than $100 million in mental health. We’ll show you what it’s going toward.

The Real Story  Fox61  10 a.m.

Host: Jenn Bernstein

Connecticut Attorney General William Tong talks about Connecticut increasing abortion protections and his plans as he runs for re-election.

Republican Themis Klarides on winning the CT GOP’s endorsement for U.S. Senate and how she plans to defeat U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal this November.