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The Wheelhouse

Connecticut Public Radio

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If you’re a news junkie — or maybe just news curious, we’ve got your weekly dose of Connecticut politics, tackling everything from tax cuts to human composting. Amplifying important local and national voices, The Wheelhouse walks listeners through the most important political stories of the week. You’ll hear from well-known political reporters, academics, and local journalists across Connecticut’s 169 cities and towns.
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Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto and broadcaster Aaron Goldsmith sit down to discuss the latest news and developments with the Seattle Mariners, from the viewpoint of the front office. Listen to or download individual episodes below, subscribe via iTunes or use your RSS reader so you never miss a single episode.
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The landscape in the automotive industry is constantly changing. And to be honest, we say that a lot. But it’s true. With new announcements and initiatives announced almost daily, it can be hard for dealers to know what’s next and how to respond. But Daniel Govaer and the team at the Wheelhouse is here to help. Let’s take the wheel!
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Fortune’s Wheelhouse

Susie Chang and Mel Meleen

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Fortune’s Wheelhouse is a podcast about esoterics and the tarot. The show is hosted by Susie Chang and Mel Meleen. Its first 22 episodes look closely at esoteric imagery in the major arcana of the Rider Waite Smith and Thoth tarot decks,
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In The Wheelhouse is a sports podcast written and produced by Eric Roberts and Joe Hill, two long-time friends who have been on the field and in the stands together through out their lives. They talk sports, you laugh. Sports, it's in their wheelhouse.
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Some say opposites attract. What happens when you realize that you and your spouse have virtually nothing in common? Obviously, you start a podcast!!! In this podcast, Brian Boyd and Alejandra Herr take turns learning about topics that are important to each other. It is a crash course on what makes each other tick. Should be interesting and maybe even a great way to share an interest or two finally.
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Reproductive rights aren’t just at stake in states like Louisiana and Texas. They’re targeted—even in a so-called safe harbor Connecticut–by some lawmakers. Today on The Wheelhouse, what might the landscape surrounding reproductive care look like after November’s elections? And looking back, we’ll examine Connecticut’s complicated history with repr…
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Dylan Moore is in a groove and Jerry Dipoto gives us his thoughts on the versatile wizard. We talk about what makes Luke Raley unique and what Jerry has seen from Julio in the recent stretch. We also manage to actually Stump JD. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more ab…
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More and more states are restricting access to gender-affirming care. It’s an issue that some politicians are centering in their political campaigns. But a 19th News/SurveyMonkey poll from 2023 found that only 17 percent of Americans believe politicians should focus on restrictions to gender-affirming care. So, today on the Wheelhouse, we’ll wade t…
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The way we view cannabis has changed, particularly since states began decriminalizing its use and allowing residents to buy it. Most Americans now live in a state where cannabis for recreational use is legal. As jurisdictions embrace the cannabis industry, communities are addressing people disproportionately impacted by the “war on drugs” and crack…
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Connecticut’s aging population is growing. Lawmakers are looking for solutions as complaints from elder care residents and advocates increase in the state. On the next Wheelhouse, how is the state addressing this problem? Support the show: http://wnpr.org/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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The Connecticut General Assembly has adjourned for the year. In an election year – and an era of fiscal discipline – there was only so much that was going to be done during a short legislative session to address climate change, funding shortfalls in education and shortages in affordable housing and child care. Today on The Wheelhouse, a look back a…
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Jerry Dipoto details the importance of Cal Raleigh to the Mariners both at the plate and behind it. Andrés Muñoz has been terrific this year and Jerry chats about the evolution of his two-seam fastball. We talk about the new Statcast metrics and Jerry crushes Stump JD. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.a…
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In April, a group of owners of National Hockey League teams approved the relocation of the Arizona Coyotes to Utah. The move was a disappointment for Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont. Lamont had pitched the idea of the Coyotes coming to Hartford to NHL commissioner Gary Bettman earlier this year. Today on The Wheelhouse, what would it take for Hartf…
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Send us a Text Message. Is your car sending location data to the police? Should it be? On today’s episode of the ASOTU Wheelhouse, host Daniel Govaer is joined by Ashley Cavazos, Marketing Director at DeMontrond Auto Group, Colby Joyner, VP of Marketing at Cavender Auto Group and Savannah Simms, Director of Business Development at Simms Auto Group.…
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The M’s pitching has been ridiculously good and Jerry is here to detail what he has seen on the mound. We talk strikeouts from pitchers and hitters. Josh Rojas is off to an excellent start and we get Jerry’s thoughts on the M’s third baseman. Jerry also wins big playing Stump JD. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: ht…
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Student-led protests of the Israel-Hamas War are growing as the fighting continues. Students camp out and call on their educational institutions to divest from companies they say support the killing of civilians – while the world reacts. This hour, we look at how the protests in support of civilians in Gaza – and the war in general – are being talk…
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Why does political dysfunction happen? What are the systems that enable it? A new four-part podcast from Connecticut Public looks for answers in Bridgeport, where corruption charges, allegations of absentee ballot misconduct, and machine politics have left some residents wondering if their vote even matters. Today on The Wheelhouse, catch the first…
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Connecticut’s affordable housing crisis has taken center stage during the state’s 2023 and 2024 legislative sessions. This hour, are meaningful reforms on the horizon for state residents? And how have zoning ordinances, a lack of transit-oriented development, and “opt-in” programs contributed to the crisis at hand? Jacqueline Rabe Thomas: Investiga…
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Jerry Dipoto talks about the start to the M’s season. Jonatan Clase has been summoned to the Majors and Jerry talks about what has stood out about the young outfielder. Bryce Miller and Logan Gilbert are off to wonderful starts and we chat about something they have in common. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https:…
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Presidential election years are an emotional rollercoaster. And if you’ve been feeling anxious about the state of the country, there’s a good chance the children in your life have picked up on that. This hour, how should we talk to kids about the election? Support the show: http://wnpr.org/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Send us a Text Message. Getting a car for under $30,000 is like hitting the jackpot for buyers today. It doesn't even matter if it's an EV; if the sticker price is under that magic $30K mark, people are all over it. Today, the ASOTU Wheelhouse talks about how price sensitivity is influencing dealership inventory strategies, plus covers what it take…
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Connecticut’s 2024 presidential preference primary represented several things for state residents. It was a shot at relevancy, a chance to demonstrate against Democrats, and an inaugural crack at early in-person voting. This hour, we explore how Tuesday’s presidential nominating contest in the Nutmeg State shook out. Stephanie Thomas: Secretary of …
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The Wheelhouse has returned to get you ready for the start of the 2024 season. Jerry Dipoto talks about the long list of players who stood out to him in the spring. He chats about the current bullpen situation and who may help fill the void while Brash and Santos are out. He also discusses what several of the bullpen success stories have in common.…
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Early polls suggest that voters want more options than just Donald Trump or Joe Biden in the upcoming presidential election. This hour, we look beyond the two-party system and ask what a non-Democrat or Republican candidate could mean for the race to the White House. Support the show: http://wnpr.org/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy i…
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Threats against women and threats against democracy are inextricably linked, according to experts who study and track gendered political violence. While threats to American democracy have manifested in events like the January 6 Capitol Riot, threats against women in politics have come in the form of harmful rhetoric and even targeted attacks. This …
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Send us a Text Message. Consumer Reports, Carvana and Cybertrucks, oh my! Do consumers pay attention to top car lists? What software is absolutely necessary for success in the dealership world? Does the general population care that inflation is still high? And how can you make yourself the place to attract the top talent in the auto industry? On th…
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In the upcoming presidential election, democracy hangs in the balance. So, newsrooms across the country should hold up a mirror and ask: is our reporting shaping the race to the White House? Support the show: http://wnpr.org/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Door Connecticut Public Radio
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We’ve heard buzz about the Oscars for months – the drama, the snubs, the countless interviews. Pretty soon we’ll finally get to watch it all unfold. But before we do, join us this hour as we explore how today’s most popular TV shows and movies reflect our political landscape. We’ll dive into how the horror genre has drawn inspiration from the world…
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Send us a Text Message. Here’s some free advice: It’s not that hard to improve your customer experience. Just try some of these simple things that our panel suggests. Host Daniel Govaer is joined by Kyle Mountsier, COO of ASOTU, Michael Wood, GM at Checkered Flag Auto Group Jen Suzuki, President at eDealer Solutions and Erica Bruno, Head of Marketi…
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Political tension is growing in America and beyond. And with the 2024 United States presidential election on the horizon, there’s concern that increased political tension will lead to violence. A recent national survey by the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) reported that nearly a quarter of Americans support political violence – 23%. That…
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Send us a Text Message. It’s February in the car business, meaning it’s not without its challenges. Fortunately, the panel on the ASOTU Wheelhouse is here to help you navigate through it. Host Daniel Govaer is joined by Paul Daly, CEO at ASOTU, Matt Haiken, President & Dealer Principal at Prestige Collection, Colby Joyner, VP of Marketing & Strateg…
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A recent poll suggests that fewer Black Americans will vote for President Joe Biden this time around. On the next Wheelhouse, we dig deeper than the numbers – and look at why issues like global conflicts are upending the way we think about how people vote. Support the show: http://wnpr.org/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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2024 is shaping up to be an unprecedented year. From record levels of disinformation to a presidential candidate spending more time in court than on the campaign trail, democracy hangs in the balance. This hour, we’re holding up a mirror and asking: how should the press cover the upcoming presidential election. Jaden Edison: Justice Reporter, The C…
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Connecticut’s 2024 legislative session begins Wednesday. For the next three months, lawmakers will work to address some of the state’s most pressing issues. This hour, we’ll explore those issues, which include zero-emission vehicles, a lack of affordable housing, and traffic stop reform. And did you know that you have a stake in the outcome of the …
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A federal court has revived a lawsuit over a Connecticut policy that allows transgender girls to compete on girls’ sports teams. Meanwhile, the town of Enfield, Connecticut passed a new policy banning the Pride flag from being flown on town property. This week on The Wheelhouse, we explore how recent policy changes in Connecticut mirror those in th…
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