Friday, 4/20/18 9:50am: Michael Rauh, President and CEO of Chelsea Groton Bank, talked to Glenn O’Brien about the bank’s involvement and investment in our local communities throughout southeastern Connecticut.
Thursday, 4/19/18 8:40am: Facebook spokesperson, Michelle Mandara, offers an easy to understand explanation on how Facebook works and how to improve your Facebook experience.
Wednesday, 4/18/18 8:33am: April 16 to April 22 is National Healthcare Decisions Week – a time to educate and empower people of all ages about the importance of advance care planning. Dr. Tania Miedico, national medical director at OptumCare Clinical Performance, offers tips for speaking with loved ones about end-of-life wishes.
Tuesday, 4/17/18 9:20am: Road Trip Expert and bestselling author Jamie Jensen discusses Cross-Country Adventures on America’s two-lane Highways,
Tuesday, 4/17/18 8:05am: Wayne Henson of Holdridge Home & Garden Showplace in Ledyard takes your lawn and garden questions.
Friday, 4/13/18 8:33am: America’s Money Answers Man, Jordan Goodman, discusses how today’s economic news can affect you.
Wednesday, 4/11/18 8:33am: Toby O’Rourke, President of KOA (Kampgrounds of America) is one of the top experts on vacation trends in America. She discusses a new report out showing that more people say camping is cool and they plan to camp this year. She shares the annual North American Camping Report showing that 45% of all campers indicated they will increase camping trips this year.
Friday, 4/6/18 8:40am: Boston Red Sox executive Zineb Curran unveils new partnerships for the 2018 season.
Tuesday, 4/3/18 8:33am: In the market for a new car, but not sure where to start? Auto expert Brian Moody, Executive Editor at Autotrader, will reveal the “must test drive” cars of 2018 and help you find the perfect ride.
Tuesday, 4/3/18 7:50am: Nadine McBride, publisher of The Bulletin and member of the United Way of Southeastern Connecticut, joined Glenn to talk about the United Way Volunteer Campaign underway.
Friday, 3/30/18 8:40am: Each year, Easter provides an egg-citing reason to celebrate the many tasty traditions of the egg. Joining us is a true egg-spert. Charlie Lanktree is the President and C-E-O of Eggland’s Best.
Friday, 3/23/18 8:40am: Hilarie Gamm, author of Billions Lost: The American Tech Crisis and The Road Map To Change, discusses why Americans should be alarmed by a possible Russian Hack of the US power grid and nuclear power plants and how offshoring of millions of US tech jobs has compromised our nation.
Thursday, 3/22/18 9:20am: Travelgirl Editor Stephanie Oswald shares top tips for stress-free spring travel.
Thursday, 3/22/18 8:33am: America’s Money Answers Man, Jordan Goodman, discusses how today’s economic news can affect you.
Thursday, 3/22/18 8:05am: Angela Adams, Director of Operations at The Greater Norwich Area Chamber of Commerce, with Chamber Chatter, a monthly update on GNACC events.
Wednesday, 3/21/18 8:40am: On March 24th, individuals, businesses, cities and global landmarks will turn off the lights for Earth Hour 2018, a movement to recommit to the fight against climate change. Joining us to discuss the initiative is Lou Leonard, Senior Vice President Of Climate Change and Energy at World Wildlife Fund.
Tuesday, 3/20/18 8:40am: There’s more to this month than just March Madness. Xocial CEO Colin Duetta talks about March Goodness, getting students to do good deeds for others.
Tuesday, 3/13/18 8:33am: Patient Safety Awareness Week is March 11-17. Pharmacist Dr. Kalynn Rohde has tips and advice on how to store and dispose of medicines safely.
Friday, 3/9/18 8:05am: Attorney Ted Phillips with our monthly edition of “Law Talk.” Ted will answer your legal questions throughout the hour at 860-889-5252.
Wednesday, 3/7/18 8:33am: America’s Money Answers Man, Jordan Goodman, discusses how today’s economic news can affect you.
Tuesday, 3/6/18 8:40am: In his new book, The Infernal Library, journalist Daniel Kalder took on the task of investigating the written works of the 20th century’s most notorious figures. He says we shouldn’t forget these windows into the souls of tyrants, which can teach us how to handle an outpouring of autocratic regimes we are seeing pop up again in today’s world from Russia to Turkey.
Friday, 3/2/18 9:10am: Jim Konrad, executive editor at The Bulletin, discusses an editorial written in response to critical comments about the newspaper made earlier this week on WICH by Norwich Mayor Peter Nystrom.
Wednesday, 2/28/18 8:40am: Roni Beth Tower, a clinical psychologist and former Yale and Columbia professor, has just released her new book Miracle at Mid-Life, which tells the story of her transatlantic romance after the age of 50. She discusses transforming your life and finding purpose after the age of 50 as well as romance after 50.
Friday, 2/23/18 8:40am: Government overreach? Clinical Forensic Psychologist Dr. John Huber gives his take on schools consider banning best friends to foster an inclusive environment
Thursday, 2/22/18 8:05am: Angela Adams, Director of Operations at The Greater Norwich Area Chamber of Commerce, with Chamber Chatter, a monthly update on GNACC events.
Wednesday, 2/21/18 8:33am: The work place seems to be in the news every day. Whether it’s #MeToo, diversity or equal pay, Andy Swann tackles one of the toughest topics in his newest book, The Human Workplace.
Friday, 2/16/18 8:40am: Operation Chaos is the code name for the secret CIA mission to infiltrate a group of former soldiers who gathered in Sweden to resist the war in Vietnam. For the first time ever, British journalist and BBC Radio presenter Matthew Sweet offers an inside look into this bizarre chapter of U.S. espionage.
Thursday, 2/15/18 8:40am: Penn State University Professor Sophia McClennen, author of “Is Satire Saving Our Nation: Mockery and American Politics?” discusses her latest Salon article: The Bitter Irony of Donald Trump.
Wednesday, 2/7/18 8:50am: Chef Jeff Mauro, Emmy-nominated celebrity chef and Food Network star, shares how to make cooking fun for kids and how to expand their flavor palates.
Tuesday, 2/6/18 8:40am: The African Children’s Choir will perform in Uncasville and Norwich in February. The choir is a nonprofit humanitarian and relief organization dedicated to helping Africa’s most vulnerable children today so they can help Africa tomorrow. Tour leader Amy Berry talks about the group and the show.
Friday, 2/2/18 8:40am: A new therapeutic treatment option is now available that may help prevent Melanomia from coming back after surgery. Dr. Jeffery Weber with the Isaac Perlmutter Cancer Center at NYU Langone Health, New York, joins us with more on this topic, along with Louise Perkins with the Melanoma Research Alliance.
Thursday, 2/1/18 8:40am: February is American Heart Month, the perfect time to learn about the link between diabetes and heart disease. Holly Schachner, MD is the Medical Affairs Head for North America, Diabetes & Cardiovascular (DCV) Business Unit and the US Medical Chair at Sanofi, talks about knowing your risks and your numbers.
Friday, 1/26/18 8:40am: Kelly Lannan, Director at Fidelity Investments, talks about the top three financial resolutions for Americans this year.
Thursday, 1/25/18 8:33am: America’s Money Answers Man, Jordan Goodman, discusses how today’s economic news can affect you.
Thursday, 1/25/18 8:05am: Angela Adams, Director of Operations at The Greater Norwich Area Chamber of Commerce, with Chamber Chatter, a monthly update on GNACC events.
Wednesday, 1/24/18 8:40am: Mark Steber, Chief Tax Officer at Jackson-Hewitt Tax Service, gives advice on how to find all the deductions and credits available.
Friday, 1/19/18 8:40am: Franz Sedelmayer, author of “Welcome to Putingrad”, the memoir of his time in Russia and his precedent-shattering case against President Vladimir Putin and the Russian Federation.
Thursday, 1/11/18 8:05am: Attorney Ted Phillips with our monthly edition of “Law Talk.” Ted will answer your legal questions throughout the hour at 860-889-5252.