MONDAY: Cold Cases
We know about some of the famous cold cases – the JonBenét Ramsey case, the Zodiac Killer and Jack the Ripper. But there are hundreds of thousands of cold cases throughout the country and most of them don’t get nearly the same amount of attention. Coming up on Where We Live, we’ll talk to someone who follows cold cases in Connecticut and with the mother of a man who has been missing for a decade. How much time is spent working on these cold cases? And how has technology changed the way they’re solved?
TUESDAY: Latino Politics and Radiolab Preview
Today, we’ll look at the emerging political and civic influence of Latinos in Connecticut and throughout the United States. We’ll preview an upcoming event and talk with Mark Hugo Lopez from the Pew Hispanic Center, and local Latino political leaders. Also, we’ll talk to Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich of Radiolab, about their weekly radio show and upcoming “Apocalyptical” event at the Bushnell.
WEDNESDAY: Wheelhouse – Downtown Hartford Edition
It’s our weekly political roundtable. We’ll broadcast from a vacant storefront in downtown Hartford, part of the city’s iConnect project. We’ll talk to Mayor Segarra and others about all the news that’s fit to broadcast on our state capital.
THURSDAY: LIVE from Holcomb Farm
It’s Harvest Time for farms all over Connecticut…and that means a growing number of small farms that work on the “community supported agriculture” model. In CSAs, members share the risk of a volatile New England growing season, and share in the bounty as well. We’ll broadcast live from Holcomb Farm in West Granby – talking with the people who grow our food, and the mission of getting food to the needy.
FRIDAY: Buying a Car
Is 2013 the year of the truck? Fuel efficiency is in; safety is in. Low used-car prices as well. Today, we’ll tackle the excitement and horror of buying a car, with expert Jim Motivalli and others in the industry.