Brad and Paul Schedule: December 28th

Brad and Paul Schedule: December 28th

As the year winds down, don’t forget to catch the last few episodes of Brad and Paul Show of this year. Here’s what’s on tap for this Friday:

– RICK SYNNOTT, PRESIDENT SYNNOTT TRAVEL, will talk about the upcoming 10 days trip to Italy, September 4-13, 2019— and how you can join in on the fun.

– DOUG EVANS, ARTS ACROSS CONNECTICUT, will give us an update of what’s happening in the Arts.

– ROGER HIGGINS, Roger immigrated to America from England as a child and became a lawyer. He is the author of the historical novel Billy Gogan, Gone Fer Soldier, he will talk about a Controversial Topic: Are There Parallels Between Today’s Immigrant Struggles and the Irish Influx of the 19th Century?

– MIKE MCGARRY, will talk about First Night New Year’s Eve Celebration, Downtown Hartford

All that and including Sports with Eric, Your Calls and News of the Day, from 5 to 9, only on the Talk of Connecticut!

BRAD AND PAUL SCHEDULE: DECEMBER 27TH

BRAD AND PAUL SCHEDULE: DECEMBER 27TH

Brad’s Back! And This Time Paul’s Away, but the show will go on! Here’s what’s on tap for this Thursday edition of Brad and Paul:
 
– ADITA YRIZZARY-LANG, AUTHOR OF SUPERPOWERS, A BUSY WOMEN’S GUIDE TO HEALTH AND HAPPINESS, The Perfect Brown Bag Lunch, she will share with the audience what foods to include in a perfect brown bag lunch and what foods they should never eat. talk about. “
 
– RICK SYNNOTT OF SYNNOTT TRAVEL,will talk about an upcoming trip
 
– CONGRESSMAN JOHN LARSON, will be on to talk about the Government Shut down
 
All that news of the day, sports with Eric and your calls, only on the Talk of Connecticut.
Brad and Paul Schedule: December 26th

Brad and Paul Schedule: December 26th

We’re Back From Christmas Break! And with Brad Davis out for the morning, Paul Pacelli will man the helm! Here’s what we got as we count down to the new year!

– Lee Elci and Lori Hopkins-Cavanagh from 94.9 News Now Radio will join us to talk about a variety of topics!

– Rosie J. Pova, Award-winning Children’s Author and Writing Instructor for the Dallas ISD, will talk about Raising Kids with Electronic: Are We Failing as Parents, along with the sample questions: How can parents get their kids to read. Why do we need to read more complicated books to babies and simpler ones to older kids.

– Senator George Logan will discuss this story on how Ned Lamont stopped short of vowing to veto a broad tolling bill.

– Edward Goldberg is a professor of international political economy at the Center for Global Affairs at New York University. He is the author of “The Joint Ventured Nation: Why America Needs A New Foreign Policy.” His next book is “Why Globalization Works for America: How Nationalist Trade Policies Will Lead to Ruin.”

All that and news of the day, sports with Eric and your calls, exclusively on the Talk of Connecticut

BRAD AND PAUL SCHEDULE: DECEMBER 20TH

BRAD AND PAUL SCHEDULE: DECEMBER 20TH

It’s time for another Throwback Thursday and as such, it helps get you ready for today’s Brad and Paul Show:

– SENATOR PAUL FORMICA, (Pronounced “for MEE cah”) CO-CHAIR OF THE APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE: Connecticut faces long crawl out of wealth extremes, crushing debt. “If you raise taxes at this point in time, you will have a flood of people leaving the state.” Says, Peter Gioia, economist for the Connecticut Business and Industry Association (CBIA)

– RICK ELKIN, POLITICAL ANALYST AND AUTHOR OF THE BOOK
“TRUMPS RECKONING” Is Donald Trump Making America Great Again? Will also discuss the President’s successes and ability to overcome obstacles.

– CHIP MCCABE, Director of Marketing at Hartford Business Improvement District will talk about some of the winter events that are happening over the next couple weeks for people on breaks from work and school.

– Chris Radlicz, Family Service Director, Catholic Cemeteries Association.

All this and news of the day, sports with Eric, and your calls!

BRAD AND PAUL SCHEDULE: DECEMBER 19TH

BRAD AND PAUL SCHEDULE: DECEMBER 19TH

We’ve Got A Busy Morning Here On The Talk Of Connecticut..Here’s who Brad and Paul have this morning:

– Lee Elci and Lori Hopkins-Cavanagh from our sister station will come aboard

– Mark McGinnis,Living off the Grid Expert will discuss winter storm season in the northeast and how to be prepared. Will Hartford Residents Have to Live off the Grid This Winter? Expert Tips Before It’s too Late!

– STRATFORD GOP SENATOR KEVIN KELLY, to comment on the Sen. Looney quote below? Looney fails to note that there was Republican support for the bill and Looney’s statement that Republicans have a “harsh philosophy” to deny access to those who need it is egregious.) CT advocates concerned about health care court ruling; deadline extended in state. Senate President Pro Tem Martin Looney, a New Haven Democrat, said the ruling “is precisely why Democrats in the Connecticut General Assembly led the fight to enshrine the Affordable Care Act’s “10 Essential Benefits” in state law.”Looney added, “The continued attack on the Affordable Care Act is a cynical attempt to overturn the previous ruling by the United States Supreme Court, and part of the harsh philosophy of the Republican Party to deny access to health care for those who need it the most.”

– KEVIN DILLON, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, CONNECTICUT AIRPORT AUTHORITY, will talk about the success of the Airport, which has brought Bradley International Airport an extension of its sole European route, a new cargo operation with 160 jobs and an uptick in traveler numbers.

– JOHN SMITH, KEY NOTE SPEAKER ON ETHICS AND INTEGRITY IN THE WORKPLACE AND AUTHOR OF: Embracing the Abyss: A True Story of Unknowingly Becoming Part of a Fraud Scandal, Receiving a Presidential Pardon, and Being Surprised by a Spiritual Awakening

– MICHELE SEAGULL, Commissioner,Department of Consumer Protection, will talk about large purchases (leases, subscriptions, warranties), and that list of things. We’ve talked about it before, but we have a few newer things we want to talk about which should be interesting. We’ve seen electronic contract issues pop up a little more recently, and a series of new types of leases including, believe it or not, puppy leasing.

All That and news of the day, sports of the day and your calls, heard here on the Talk of Connecticut!

BRAD DAVIS SCHEDULE: DECEMBER 14TH

BRAD DAVIS SCHEDULE: DECEMBER 14TH

As we wrap up another week, and the Toy Drive inches ever closer, we hope you choose to finish the week with the legendary Brad Davis! Here’s what’s on tap for tomorrow’s show:

– The Capital Region Gun Buyback Program Enters 10th Year, and Dr. David Shapiro as well as Dr. Brenden Campbell will join the program to talk about it!

– Doug Evens will come aboard to talk about Arts Across Connecticut

– Sen. Toni Boucher, Serves on the Finance Revenue and Bonding Committee, will talk about In 2018, most of the $2 billion Connecticut paid state retirees stayed in Connecticut, but at least $184.5 million went to 4,800 retirees who now live in Florida. Lembo Launches Pension Transparency Tool

All that and news of the day, sports with Eric and your calls, heard exclusively here on the Talk of Connecticut!

BRAD AND PAUL SCHEDULE: DECEMBER 13TH

BRAD AND PAUL SCHEDULE: DECEMBER 13TH

It’s Thursday and it’s time for Brad and Paul, here’s what’s on tap:

  • MICHELE SEAGULL, COMMISSIONER, DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER PROTECTION, will talk about: CT regulator assigns 9 marijuana licenses, DCP said it will award licenses to producers in Newington, Meriden, New Haven, Stamford, Mansfield, Groton, Torrington, Westport and Windham.

    The new licenses will be awarded to dispensaries upon payment of their license fee and submission of final documents required in the next two weeks. Upon receipt of their licenses, facilities are expected begin construction and open as soon as possible, DCP officials said.

 

  • SENATOR ERIC BERTHEL, Last name pronounced “ber THELL” will talk about: Texting your sweetheart that you’re on your way home?  California may soon charge you for that. This is no LOL matter, critics say.

    State regulators have been ginning up a scheme to charge a fee for text messaging on mobile phones to help support programs that make phone service accessible to the poor.  The wireless industry and business groups have been working to defeat the proposal, now scheduled for a vote next month by the California Public Utilities Commission. Asked about the idea after he checked his text messages in downtown San Jose, Juan Gutierrez, 25, who works for a delivery service, said it sounded “absurd.”

    California just doesn’t stop trying to get money out of you,” Gutierrez lamented. “What’s next?”

 

  • JOHN PAINDAARIS, EFFIE’S FAMILY RESTAURANT, will talk about next Tuesday’s Live Broadcast and Toys for Tots Toy Drive

 

 

  • Christmas music!
BRAD AND PAUL SHOW SCHEDULE: DECEMBER 12TH

BRAD AND PAUL SHOW SCHEDULE: DECEMBER 12TH

We’re midway through the week…and with that said…there’s only three more days of Brad and Paul! Here’s what’s on tap for this hump day edition of the show!

  • Lee Elci and Lori Hopkins-Cavanagh from our sister station join us to talk about the Anniversary of Sandy Hook, and sustainable energy!

 

  • REPRESENTATIVE CHRIS DAVIS (R-EAST WINDSOR) SERVES ON THE BOND COMMISSION, will talk about CT Bond agenda limited in scope due to Bond Cap Because Republicans pushed to enact a cap on how much taxpayer $$$ can be borrowed, we now have a limit on how often CT’s credit card can get used.)

 

  • SUSAN WOLLSCHLAGER, MARKETING AND COMMUNICATION MANAGER, CONNECTICUT HUMANE SOCIETY, will talk about Holiday Safety Tips for Pets.  Ready or not, it’s the most wonderful time of the year…but not necessarily the safest for pets. Between decorations, lots of chocolate floating around in gifts and on dessert tables, traveling and visitors, pet parents need to pay special attention to how it can all affect their furry (or feathered) friends this holiday season. They want to be included in the fun, and making your family’s holly jolly festivities enjoyable for everyone means also making them safe.

 

 

All that and your calls, news of the day and sports with Eric, only on the Talk of Connecticut!

BRAD AND PAUL SCHEDULE: DECEMBER 5TH

BRAD AND PAUL SCHEDULE: DECEMBER 5TH

Join us this morning for the Brad and Paul Show: Here’s what’s on tap:

  • Lee Elci and Lori Hopkins-Cavanagh from our sister station hop aboard to talk about the latest happenings in the state and the nation
  • Roger Cowen from the Cowen Tax Advisory Group to talk about year end finances
  • All Show we’ll be remembering Pearl Harbor as part of National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

 

All that and news, sports with Eric and your calls, only on the Talk of CT, WDRC!