Sunday Talk


This Week in Connecticut    WTNH 10:00 am
Host: Dennis House


A new era at state police:
Commissioner Ronnell Higgins CT DESPP
End of an era:
Chief Brian Gould
Go Red for Women:
Duby McDowell
Adria Giordano, American Heart Association

CT Capitol Report          WTNH  10:30am
Host:  Tom Dudchik


Panel: John McKinney, Liz Kurantowicz, Mayor Danielle Wong, and Joe Aresimowicz 



Face the Facts      NBC Connecticut

Host: Mike Hydeck

Ensuring our senior citizens get the care they deserve. Sen. Jan Hochadel (D-Meriden), chair of the Committee on Aging, discusses a bill that would require more transparency into how nursing homes are spending federal and state dollars, and how much of it goes directly to care.

What does President Biden’s action this week on electric vehicles mean for drivers in Connecticut? Sen. Jeff Gordon (R-Woodstock) updates us on his party’s concerns for phasing out gas powered vehicles, and the questions that still haven’t been answered.

NBC CT Political Reporter Mike Savino breaks down the antitrust lawsuit filed against Apple this week, and Connecticut’s role in it. What does it mean for iPhone users?

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

Host:  Mark Sudol

Gretchen Raffa with Planned Parenthood on Catholic Healthcare bill

David McGuire of ACLU on bail reform.

The Real Story  Fox61  10 a.m.

Host: Emma Wulfhorst


State Sen. Norm Needleman (D) – Co-Chair

State Sen. Ryan Fazio (R) – Ranking Member



Shelly Altman – Jewish Voice for Peace Action CT

Basel Alnajjar – We Will Return


CT ’24       WFSB  8:30 a.m.
Host: Eric Parker

Thomas Quinn, Manager of NE Edge, LLC on his company’s plans to build New England’s largest data center in Waterford

Bristol Police Chief Brian Gould looks back on his nearly 30 year career as he plans to retire

Jim Reynolds, Retired MLB Umpire, on the threats facing umpires and refs at local sporting events