About This Show
"Dialogue" is one of the longest-running interview shows in Connecticut broadcasting. Begun in the early 1970s, Dialogue is a half-hour public affairs program on the Connecticut Radio Network featuring candid one-on-one interviews with Connecticut elected officials, state commissioners, business leaders, citizens group representatives, and occasionally celebrities. Some of the most famous individuals who have been guests on the programs include: Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, George Bush (as presidential candidates), also the late Sen. Ted Kennedy, Jane Fonda, former Sen. Al Gore, Billie Jean King, and Jim Calhoun. On a weekly basis the program provides Connecticut radio stations with a strong public affairs program to inform and entertain listeners on issues of the day.
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Dialogue: #111 Eric Hammerling
6 days ago
This week Steve Kotchko discusses with Eric Hammerling, Executive Director of the Connecticut Forest and Park Association, how proposed budget cuts would seriously impact state parks with staff cutbacks and reduced maintenance. He talks about a proposal they support - called a “Passport for the Parks” - that would financially sustain state parks using a fee attached to motor vehicle registrations. Hammerling also gives the status of a state constitutional amendment to protect state lands from being given away or sold without public input.
Rated 5 out of
I hope every parent listens to this message! Thanks for talking about this and bringing it front and center as the weather gets hot.
Date published: 2015-06-15