Coffee Break: Connecticut News
With Kate Czaplinski
HANradio’s daily news program “Coffee Break” airs weekdays at 11 a.m., and is hosted by veteran news editor Kate Czaplinski. The show leverages the power of Hersam Acorn’s news gathering operations throughout Southwestern Fairfield County. We will have the latest hyper-local news and sports in all of the towns we cover – as well as the breaking news of the day. We will have special guests, traffic, weather and an ample coverage of the Fairfield County and State of Connecticut political scene.
With Frank Granito and Donald Eng
Nutmeg Sports is a one-hour sports talk show airing Monday to Wednesday at 2 p.m. The show covers local, collegiate, and professional sports in the region. We will discuss anything from youth athletics to the pros! Callers are welcome at 203-442-9055.
CT Pulse, every Wednesday at 12:30 p.m., focuses on Connecticut politics and news. Statewide and local politicians and other newsmakers regularly join Kate and Josh. The show also features a look at transportation — particularly getting around Connecticut — with Jim Cameron. And each week HAN’s editorial cartoonist Doug Smith previews his op-ed cartoons for the HAN newspapers.
Radio Arts & Leisure
“Radio Arts & Leisure” is a weekly program featuring what’s coming up in Southwest Connecticut’s music, arts and entertainment scene, plus interviews with some of the performers and artists. We’ll talk about music with local and national acts, artists, actors, movies with our ‘Reel Dad’ columnist Mark Schumann, get the foodies’ perspective from Patty Gay and our columnists the Twice Baked Twins, and discuss some points of etiquette with our columnist Catherine Michaels.
Host Steve Coulter will look at what musical acts are coming up at area venues and Sally Sanders will talk about some of the weekend highlights.
With John Kovach
Each week, host John Kovach discusses fishing in Connecticut, New England and throughout the Northeast with experts, guides, authors and fellow anglers. Learn what they’re catching, and what the fish are hitting. It’s like hanging out at the tackle shop without leaving your desk.