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"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.Read more »
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Dialogue: 169 Dr. Theodore Andreadis
July 1st Dialogue Show
Dr. Theodore Andreadis, director of the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station in New Haven.
This week on Dialogue reporter Steve Kotchko interviews Dr. Theodore Andreadis, director of the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station. In the program, Andreadis talks about the higher rate of Lyme disease infection being found in Connecticut’s deer tick population which is peaking right now. Andreadis also discusses the annual mosquito testing program, now underway, that searches for the incidence of West Nile virus and other potentially-dangerous mosquito-borne diseases.Read more »
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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