A debate over recently announced state incentive package for Electric Boat and we visit a pair of pet geese

Editorial page editor Paul Choiniere and columnist David Collins to discuss Governor Malloy's recently announced economic incentive package for Electric Boat. Reporter...

Recorded History Ballads of the past

Tom Callinan of Norwich, the first official state troubadour, takes us on a musical journey through two centuries of American history, including songs about the first...

Tim Burrows explains launch angle and exit velocity

Are you fed up with modern baseball stats like launch angle and exit velocity? Tim Burrows, co-owner of Power In Training, talks about the importance of these stats, and...

Rick and Peter watch the Royal Wedding

Rick calls Peter at 6:30 Saturday morning to make sure he doesn't miss the Royal Wedding.

Podcast: Leave Work Now

Fleetwood Mac, The Moody Blues, and Childish Gambino

Rick reacts to some news about his favorite musicians – Neil Finn of Crowded House joins Fleetwood Mac, and The Moody Blues are inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. And what do you think about the new Childish Gambino video for...

Podcast: Sports Doctor

Providence coach Ed Cooley reflects on the NCAA basketball season

Keith talks with Providence College men's basketball head coach Ed Cooley about the Friars' run in the Big East tournament and his thoughts on the NBA playoffs.

Podcast: The Storyline

Montville Public Schools in the news and L+M Hospital helps a terminally-ill woman celebrate life

We take a look at the timeline of events at Montville High School that led to the arrest of a substitute teacher and charges being filed against three adminstrators. And we look at how hospitals help terminally-ill patients celebrate life

Podcast: Sports Doctor

Waterford’s Michael Burrows and Mikey Buscetto

Keith talks with a pair of state champions from Waterford High School: UConn-bound pitcher Michael Burrows and Southern New Hampshire-bound point guard Mikey Buscetto.

Podcast: Recorded History

Beyond Benedict Arnold in Norwich

Everyone knows about Norwich’s claim to the Revolutionary War’s biggest traitor, but City Historian Dale Plummer tells tales of the Wauregan, where President Lincoln once stayed, as well as a secret burial ground in Norwichtown and...

Podcast: Sports Doctor

Talking baseball analytics with Mark Simon

Mark Simon, senior analyst at Sports Info Solutions, talks about how advanced analytics have impacted Major League Baseball.

Podcast: The Storyline

The repercussions of a sober house overdose death, inspirational beatbox harmonica and kelp is the new kale

How does an overdose death in a New London sober house affect those that are left behind, including the deceased's mother, the manager of the house and other residents?

Podcast: Sports Doctor

Coast Guard Men’s Lacrosse Coach Ray LaForte

Coast Guard lacrosse is off to a hot start this year. Keith talks with head coach Ray LaForte about the team's success, and the growth of youth and high school lacrosse in the region.

Podcast: The Storyline

A Pakistani family takes sanctuary, Ledyard reassesses its ambulance service and the Coast Guard Academy measures equity

We find out about a Pakistani family's day-to-day life as they take sanctuary in an Old Lyme church, we find out what's happening with Ledyard's volunteer ambulance service and we hear about a recent report looking at equity at the Coast Guard...

Podcast: Sports Doctor

Talking baseball with Lee Elci and lacrosse with Jenna Tucchio

Lee Elci stops by to break down the 2018 Major League Baseball season, and Fitch girls' lacrosse coach Jenna Tucchio calls in to preview her team's spring season.

Podcast: Sports Doctor

Can Dan Hurley revitalize UConn basketball?

Keith talks with The Day's Gavin Keefe about University of Connecticut's recent hiring of Dan Hurley as men's basketball coach, and applauds all the recent state champions from the Eastern Connecticut Conference.

Podcast: The Storyline

Getting to know UConn’s new basketball coach Dan Hurley

On this week's episode, managing editor Tim Cotter, a University of Rhode Island graduate and a season ticket holder of URI men's basketball, talks with beat reporter Gavin Keefe about UConn's new men's basketball coach Dan Hurley.

Podcast: The Storyline

Students from southeastern Connecticut make their voices heard during the National School Walkout

Several hundred students in southeastern Connecticut participated in the National School Walkout. Reporter Charlie Clark got an opportunity to talk to students and administration at Ledyard High School before the walkout.

Podcast: Recorded History

A Nazi spy in our midst and a Revolutionary War skirmish in Niantic

Jim Littlefield of East Lyme discusses Nazi spies in our midst, a Revolutionary War skirmish in Niantic and a murder mystery.

Podcast: The Storyline

Meet Tim Herbst and a look at how growing acceptance of marijuana is affecting anti-drug programs

We chat with Tim Herbst, republican candidate for governor, and Martha Shanahan talks about how the growing acceptance of marijuana is affecting anti-drug education programs at local schools.

Podcast: Sports Doctor

Joe Morelli previews the boys’ basketball state tournaments

Joe Morelli of The New Haven Register and GameTimeCT.com breaks down each division in the CIAC boys' basketball state tournaments.

Podcast: Sports Doctor

St. Thomas More basketball coach Jere Quinn reflects on 40 years of coaching

At St. Thomas More in Montville, Jere Quinn has coached hundred of Division I college basketball players, many of whom have gone on to play professionally. This winter, he recorded his 1,000th career win, and his team will face Northfield Mount...