Monday-Friday, 6:00AM-10AM and The Best of Brad Saturday 11am to 12pm
Broadcast veteran Brad Davis gets your day started at 6:00 AM every weekday and 6 AM every other Saturday, with news and sports, traffic every 15 minutes, updates from the National Weather Service and most importantly - you. Listener input has always been a vital part of the Brad Davis Program and sometimes the discussion can be more stimulating than the strongest cup of coffee!
If it's talked about around the breakfast table, at home, or at the water cooler at work, it's sure to be talked about on the morning show with Brad. Become an active participant in the program, call (888)574-2723.
Prior to her work in media, Tantaros served as a vice president at a public affairs firm in Manhattan where she advised Fortune 500 corporations on crisis management and media strategy. She has also served in senior communications roles on a number of high-profile political campaigns including communications director for former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld, where she led the media operation against Weld opponent, former New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer, as well as for former Westchester, NY District Attorney Jeanine Pirro against New York Senator Hillary Clinton. She is also credited with helping former National Republican Congressional Committee Chairman Thomas Reynolds secure a narrow re-election victory during the scandal-plagued 2006 election cycle.
Tantaros has also worked on Capitol Hill as press secretary to Republican Leadership in the U.S. House of Representatives. During her time with House Leadership, she was responsible for helping craft and execute the media strategy for the Republican majority. She also worked for former Reagan pollster Richard Wirthlin, at CNN's "Crossfire" and also served as deputy press secretary to former Congressman Patrick Toomey. Click here for more information.
The three-hour live radio talk show focuses on life, love, relationships and how they happen to revolve around money. Dave often includes special theme hours on the show that are very popular among his listeners. Examples of these theme hours include: kids and money, cars, small business and more. Dave also has "Debt Free Fridays" where listeners call in to celebrate paying off their last debt...click here for more....
Monday-Friday 3PM-6PM and The Best of Mary Jones Sunday 10am to 11am
Spending time with Mary Jones is like sharing a cup of coffee with a good friend. Whatever you and your friends are talking about, so is Mary! From her radio shows, to her TV specials, her speaking engagements and the books she's contributed to - all have the power to motivate.
The Mary Jones Show is where friends celebrate life, living and laughter... Join in on the conversation, call (888) 574-2723!
From "Frantic Fridays" to wide open highways, Nichole watches the roads so you can travel easier on them. Nichole joins Mary Jones weekday afternoons to ponder the day's weird news and get you to where you have to go. An Emerson College and Central Connecticut State University alum, Nichole's radio career has taken her all around New England since 2003. She's made stops in New Hampshire, Maine, Boston and more. She's happy to add her time at the Talk of Connecticut to the list! When she's not behind the microphone and peering at traffic cameras, she enjoys travelling (by car, train or plane), attending Red Sox games, cheese, concerts and music of all kinds, bowling (candlepin or duckpin) and board game nights with friends. Nichole is also an avid supporter of charitable causes, including the National MS Society, Connecticut Children's Medical Center, Human Rights Campaign, the Jimmy Fund and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
Wall St. Journal This Morning and Daily Wrap
Wall St. Journal This Morning
Monday - Friday 5am-6am
Wake up with America's first news – The Wall Street Journal This Morning. Host Gordon Deal and news anchor Gina Cervetti go beyond the headlines with the day's first look at news and business news from the U.S. and around the world; bringing a lively blend of intelligent information, humor, and expert analysis to morning radio.
America’s Radio News
Monday – Friday 6pm to 9pm
Co-Anchored Program Features Breaking News, Investigative Journalism, in a ‘Safe Buy’ Environment.
Monday - Friday 9pm - 11pm
Dr. Michael Savage is a multimedia icon in the conservative movement, heard by 10 million listeners a week on “The Michael Savage Show” and syndicated across the U.S. in more than 300 markets. He is also the author of 25 books, including four New York Times best-sellers. In 2007, his media presence and profile earned him the coveted “Freedom of Speech Award” from Talkers Magazine.
His passion to unearth the truth about liberalism, borders, language and culture, and his unparalleled stand for America’s families, has made him the most important figure in the fight for free speech and ideals in America today.
Tuesday - Saturday 11pm to 2am
Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee is the host of The Huckabee Report, which is aired three times daily on radio stations across the nation. The feature is syndicated by Cumulus Media Networks to more than 500 affiliates and is the fastest growing radio program in the past decade. He is also the host of the number one rated weekend hit Huckabee on the Fox News Channel.
Huckabee has authored six books, the two most recent being Do the Right Thing and A Simple Christmas. Both spent the first several weeks of their release in the top ten of the New York Times Bestsellers List.
Following his quest for the Republican nomination for President in 2008, in which he finished second to Senator John McCain, he formed HuckPac to assist Republicans running for office nationwide and has amassed a volunteer army of thousands of activists in all 50 states.
Monday 12am - 5am, Tuesday - Saturday 2am - 5am and Sunday 1am - 5am
The Phil Hendrie Show tackles issues and breaking news of the day utilizing voice characterizations and fictional characters to provide perspective. Creative genius chock full of character, comedy and commentary — that's Phil Hendrie. Hendrie is famous for concocting a cast of fictional characters who are at times controversial, all of whom he plays on air while simultaneously serving as host of the national talk radio program. Hendrie often poses as both caller and guest on the show as they argue in a lively and entertaining fashion.
Hendrie got his start in radio as a disc jockey where he spent 15 years working at stations across the country, before he realized he hated what he was doing. In 1990 Hendrie moved to Los Angeles, debuting in talk radio as a weekend talk show host. Hendrie introduced his first fictional character on air — an Iraqi, Raj Feenan. The Gulf War was happening and Feenan vociferously defended Saddam Hussein. Thinking he was a real person, listeners went ballistic and the phones lit up. An entire cast of characters have evolved from that moment on, marking Hendrie's place in radio history.
Visit his website: http://www.philhendrieshow.com/ (Not intended for young children unless supervised by a parent.)
Dr. Ronald Hoffman
Saturday and Sunday 5am to 6am and Saturday 8pm to 10pm
Health Talk is a mixed format of call-ins, guests, and features. Listeners can pose their real-life health dilemmas to Dr. Hoffman, who offers the best of both worlds: he is well-versed in both conventional medicine and natural therapies.
Saturdays 6am - 10am
Connecticut’s own father-son tag team takes to the airwaves twice a month on Saturday mornings with Terzi Talk!
Al Terzi is a veteran news anchor, on the air in Connecticut since 1968. He’s a two-time "Emmy Award" winner who began his broadcasting career in 1960 as a radio DJ, in Little Falls, NY. Al’s a Vietnam-era military veteran who served 7 years active duty in intelligence operations as a Korean and Chinese linguist working part-time in Armed Forces Radio in South Korea and Taiwan. His first television job was as a weathercaster in San Angelo, TX, followed by his storied career as a news anchor on Connecticut’s CBS (WFSB) and ABC (WTNH) affiliates. Following studies at both Yale University and Central Connecticut State University, Al earned his BA at Charter Oak State College, and in 1992, a law degree from the University of Connecticut School of Law.
Imagine getting paid for going to the Super Bowl, World Series, NCAA basketball Final Fours and a two-week trip to England and Israel. This is just a thumbnail sketch of what Tony Terzi’s exciting 20 years as a television and radio personality in Connecticut consisted of. With the guidance of his father, Tony was fortunate to serve as an on-air personality for various radio stations and as a sports reporter and anchor for Hartford’s NBC (WVIT) and Fox (WTIC) affiliates. While this multiple award winner and three-time Emmy nominee enjoyed his time in the local media, in February 2005, Tony traded in working nights and weekends for quality family time with his wife Susan and their two sons. For the past seven years, Tony has enjoyed his sales management and fundraising roles, but cherishes the opportunity to be a husband, father and coach the most.