Spotlight on Medicine with Greenwich Hospital, Thursdays at 9 AM
Work Life Matters with Dr. Lori Sokol, Thursdays at 11 AM (bi-weekly)
Anything Goes with Kim and Bonnie, Wednesdays at 4 PM.
The Sales Show with David Taylor on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays at 6 PM
Give It To Me Straight with Dr. Brian Sheets, Thursdays at 11:30 AM
The Good Show with Reverend Shawn Moninger, Fridays at 4 PM
Keeping Connected with Trevor Crow, Tuesdays at 4 PM
Around The House, Saturdays at 7 AM
The Press Box with Rob Adams Mondays from 7 PM - 9 PM...Tune in to hear Live Local Sports Talk!
The Mary Anne Show, Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays at 11 AM. Tune in for Trivia, Special Guests, Recipes and More!
Marion Joyce's Consumer Talk, Mondays at 9:30 AM, Every 3rd and 4th week of the month
Older and Wiser Show, Every fourth week of the month on Mondays at 12:30 PM
Darby and Friends, Monday-Friday, 5 PM - 6 PM
The Healthy Hilary Show, Thursdays at 11 AM (bi-weekly)
Greenwich Matters with Sam Romeo, Thursdays from 6 PM -8 PM. To speak to him LIVE call (203) 661-5051
Ask the First Selectman, Fridays at 9 AM
Fashion Friday with Tina, Fridays at 9:30 AM
What's Up With Wendy, Fridays at 11 AM
The Italian Hour with Mary Anne, Saturdays at 9 AM
The Polka Party, Sundays at 11 AM
Live Well with Cantwell
Airs Tuesdays 9:30-10:00 am
The "Live Well with Cantwell" show offers a deeper analysis of current issues than is often give by our "drive-by" media. Tune in to hear a different slant on the news. Pauline Cantwell and her guests will discuss climate change, energy, health, peace, security, and other issues as they emerge as hot topics. Pauline will share insight from her years of research and work at the United Nations. Pauline brings her passion for truth, politics, the environment and a safer, more just world to the research and programs she does. To learn more on the topics go to www.aworldalert.com.
Pauline Cantwell got her start in peace and environment activism when
she moved to Old Greenwich from Dallas, Texas, with her husband and four
children in the fall of 1988. She has been a United Nations NGO (non-governmental
organization) representative for Peace Action, the nation's largest grassroots
peace and justice organization, for the past sixteen years. She also served
as Greenwich chairperson for the International Hospitality Committee of
Fairfield County starting in 1991. Pauline helped form the Peace Caucus
at the United Nations and has served as its Convenor since 1994, leading
the caucus at UN summits in Copenhagen in 1995, Istanbul in 1996 and Johannesburg
in 2002. She also worked with the Campaign to Ban Landmines, attending
negotiation meetings in Vienna in 1995, Geneva in 1996 and Ottawa in 1998.
She served four years on the United Nations NGO/DPI (Department of Public
Information) Executive Committee. Pauline served on the planning committee
for the 2007 United Nations NGO/DPI annual conference "Climate Change-How
It Impacts Us All." She organized a panel on "Wild Cards of Climate Change:
Weather Warfare, Geoengineering and ENMOD" presenting a speech on weather
warfare. She has presented numerous forums on climate change at the Greenwich
Library and Town Hall over the last five years. She has two daughters
and two sons and six grandchildren. Her family's health and well-being
serve as the driving force for her activism.