BRAD AND PAUL SHOW SCHEDULE: NOVEMBER 30TH

BRAD AND PAUL SHOW SCHEDULE: NOVEMBER 30TH

Well, the week’s just about over, time to party…..almost, it’s Friday and that means it’s time to close out with the week with Brad and Paul! Here’s what’s on tap:

-OUR TALK OF CONNECTICUT STREET TEAMER, BRANDON, WILL BE OUT AT NEW BALANCE AT EVERGREEN WALK IN SOUTH WINDSOR, COLLECTING TOYS FOR THE TOYS FOR TOTS TOY DRIVE AND HE’LL BE CALLING IN TWICE AN HOUR TO GIVE US UPDATES!

– SANDRA JOHNSON, Metacomet’s teacher Closing in on 60 Years Teaching at Bloomfield Public Schools. The Metacomet Elementary School Reading teacher is 80 years old, with the energy of someone half her age.

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

– SENATOR KEVIN KELLY, CT’s insurance employment rising. Connecticut’s insurance carriers, agencies and brokers have more employees now than they’ve had since around 2012, according to a new report from an insurance industry group. Connecticut Insurance and Financial Services (CT IFS), a statewide initiative of the MetroHartford Alliance that counts 32 companies as members, and co-author PwC said in their latest annual “Insurance Market Brief” on Thursday that there were 60,233 insurance employees in the state as of a June 2018 analysis of proprietary Moody’s data by the Connecticut Economic Resource Center (CERC). Previous IFS reports show the last time the count was that high was in 2012, at 60,429. The state’s total insurance employment dipped as low as 57,734 since that time, in 2015.

– BRENDA WATSON, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OPERATION FUEL, will talk about Energy Assistance

– BARRY HOROWITZ, NIRENSTEIN, HOROWITZ ASSOCIATES, will talk about living trusts and proper estate planning and where his December seminars will be held.

All This and Sports with Eric, Your Calls and News of The Day, heard only on the Talk of Connecticut!

BRAD AND PAUL SHOW SCHEDULE: NOVEMBER 29TH

BRAD AND PAUL SHOW SCHEDULE: NOVEMBER 29TH

Jumping back in the Way Back Machine to Brad’s younger days on this Throwback Thursday! Here’s what Brad and Paul have cooking today!
 
– SENATOR TONI BOUCHER,The rising cost of tolls on the turnpike is “driving business away” from Pennsylvania, Gov. Tom Wolf said Tuesday morning. The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission has raised tolls 11 consecutive years . The Turnpike Commission is expected to raise tolls rates every year until 2044 .
 
– JOVANY ROLON, MEDICAL CASE MANAGER IN CLINICAL SERVICES FOR THE COMMUNITY RENEWAL TEAM, will talk about tomorrow’s celebration in honor of the 30th Annual World AIDS Day. This free event is open to the public and will be held this Friday, November 30 from 5:30 – 8:30 pm at The Artist’s Collective (1200 Albany Ave) in Hartford.
 
– ROBERT SINCLAIR, TRIPLE A NORTHEAST, will talk about Taking Multiple Medications Can Increase Crash Risk for Older Drivers. NEARLY ONE IN FIVE OLDER DRIVERS USE MEDICATIONS THAT SHOULD BE AVOIDED.
 
All this and sports with Eric, News of the Day, and as always, your calls! Heard Exclusively on the Talk of Connecticut
BRAD AND PAUL SHOW SCHEDULE: NOVEMBER 28TH

BRAD AND PAUL SHOW SCHEDULE: NOVEMBER 28TH

We’ve reached the middle of the week, YAY!!! And that also means more Brad and Paul, YAY!!! Here’s what’s on tap:

• Lee Elci – 94.9 NEWS RADIO will talk about Immigration, and the Five ideas for Ned Lamont to fix our state.

• Lori Hopkins-Cavanagh will be on to discuss Energy policies being proposed in Connecticut and The Carbon Tax and Storm Water Runoff Tax.

• STATE SENATOR LEN SUZIO, Tolls Study Came with Hefty Price Tag

• RAHEEL RAZA, Clarion Project Advisory Board member, a founding member of the Muslim Reformer Movement, and international human rights activist. Raheel Raza—who received a fatwa from Saudi Arabia—contends that Saudi Arabia has a grotesque history of violence that must be condemned. She argues that the United States was correct to denounce this violence, but that it’s ridiculous that Muslim nations have failed to condemn this brutal murder and are instead looking to America for an answer.

• CHRIS RADLICZ, FAMILY SERVICE DIRECTOR, CATHOLIC CEMETERIES ASSOCIATION

All that and your news of the day, sports with Eric, and your calls, from 5-9, only on the Talk of Connecticut

BRAD AND PAUL SCHEDULE: NOVEMBER 27TH

BRAD AND PAUL SCHEDULE: NOVEMBER 27TH

Good Morning…Good Morning…GOOD MORNING!!!! It’s a Tuesday morning, which means it’s time for Brad Davis, with Paul Pacelli joining in at 6 AM! Here’s what’s on tap this morning:
 
– Christine Stuart, Editor of CT News Junkie, will talk about how Internet Sales Tax Collections to Increase on December 1st, and how some out-of-state retailers in Connecticut will start being required to add sales tax to every purchase
 
– Senator Heather Somers will talk about the latest Whiting Forensic patient-abuse scandal
 
– A Member of the Foschini family will come aboard to talk about the latest with American Senior Benefits
 
All that and news of the day, sports with Eric and of course, YOUR CALLS! Only on the Talk of Connecticut, WDRC-AM 1360 , WSNG 610 , WMMW 1470, WDRC-FM 102.9 HD-3, ONLINE AND ON THE TUNE-IN RADIO APP!
BRAD AND PAUL SHOW SCHEDULE: NOVEMBER 26TH

BRAD AND PAUL SHOW SCHEDULE: NOVEMBER 26TH

Still working off that Thanksgiving hangover or that food baby? Well listen to Brad and Paul this week, starting this Monday Morning! Here’s what’s on tap to start the week off!

  • SENATOR HEATHER SOMERS, will provide an update on this patient abuse scandal story and what she’s been doing to bring it to light. Two former mental-health workers plead no contest in Whiting Forensic patient-abuse scandal.
  • DAVID LIGHTMAN, National political correspondent and veteran congressional reporter for McClatchy Newspapers
  • GEORGE SAPONARE, RESIDENT OF WINDSOR, and ANN WALSH, FROM WINDSOR FOOD BANK, Saponare has opened the entire interior of his home at 234 Kenswick La. in Windsor’s Ballymeade development so the public can come and enjoy this unique, two-story display. This year, his Christmas Tree & Holiday Festival Open House held the first three Saturdays and Sundays of December. Instead of an admission fee, people are encouraged to bring nonperishable food items or monetary donations for the Windsor Food & Fuel Bank.

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

BRAD AND PAUL SHOW: NOVEMBER 21ST

BRAD AND PAUL SHOW: NOVEMBER 21ST

Before we break for the Thanksgiving Holiday, Brad and Paul will serve up a feast of a program! Here’s what’s on the menu!
 
– LEE ELCI of 94.9 NEWS RADIO, Lee will talk about Lamont’s Campaign Promises.
 
– AMY PARMENTER, MANAGER, PUBLIC AND GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS AAA ALLIED GROUP, will talk about Cold Weather Turns ‘Inconvenience’ into Emergency. AAA is warning motorists that the extreme cold coming in, the record number of drivers on the road and also the number of vehicles that will be sitting idle for days, will result in thousands of drivers – and their passengers – being stranded in extremely dangerous conditions.
 
-LORI HOPKINS-CAVANAGH, POLITICAL COMMENTATOR RADIO TALK SHOW HOST, FOUNDER OF THE AMERICAN LIBERTY CENTER. LORI CAN BE HEARD ON 94.9 SUNDAYS FROM 1 TO 3
 
– SENATOR LEN SUZIO, will talk about the story: Dealership donates van to Meriden veterans group, addressing dire need. The Antique Veterans of Meriden accepted the keys to a new 16 passenger van Friday, courtesy of a local dealership.
 
-MICHELE SEAGULL, COMMISSIONER DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER PROTECTION, The Thanksgiving meal is the largest many cooks prepare each year. Getting it just right, especially the turkey, brings a fair amount of pressure whether or not a host is experienced with roasting one. Michele Seagull will talk about food safety this time of year.
 
All that and news of the day, sports with Eric and your calls….only on the Talk of Connecticut!
BRAD AND PAUL SHOW SCHEDULE: NOVEMBER 20TH

BRAD AND PAUL SHOW SCHEDULE: NOVEMBER 20TH

The shortened week continues and Brad and Paul get you ready for the most thankful time of the year! Here’s what’s on tap!

Guilaine Menefee, Representing the Black Business Alliance

– We’ll have a representative from CRT will talk aboutCommunity Renewal Team (CRT) offers two valuable services for individuals and families to help stay warm throughout the coming winter months: CRT’s Energy Assistance program and CRT’s statewide Weatherization program (this is the official program for the entire state of Connecticut)

– Pastor LeRoy Bailey, III, THE FIRST CATHEDRAL will talk about the Church up-coming Christmas Production Play, “Birth of the King” taking place on Saturday, December 9th. Produced and Directed by Pastor Leroy Bailey, III

– A member of the Foschini family will be on to talk about AMERICAN SENIOR BENEFITS, will talk about the annual election period for Medicare, changes in Medicare for 2019, Penaliies and working beyond age 65, plus a free booklet entitled “Medicare Made Clear”

 

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

BRAD AND PAUL SHOW: NOVEMBER 15TH

BRAD AND PAUL SHOW: NOVEMBER 15TH

It’s Friday Eve, and we’re going to party like it’s actually Friday…here’s what’s on tap for this Thursday edition of the Brad and Paul show:

– Robert Rodriguez, Boston Region- Public Affairs Specialist, will talk about Social Security

– DIANE BURGESS, UCONN SCHOOL OF PHARMACY’S NEW PFIZER DISTINGUISH CHAIR IN PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGY, will talk about her role, the pressing issues in the pharmaceutical industry today, the Opioid crisis and lawsuits against some pharmaceutical companies in its wake and will touch base on how important is CT to the overall industry.

– Your Calls!

We’ll also have your news of the Day and Sports with Eric, only on the Talk of Connecticut!