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Our most listened-to podcasts, watched TV shows and top news stories of 2022

Whether you're revisiting some of your favorite programming or discovering something new, we hope you enjoy exploring some of Connecticut Public's top content of 2022.
#1 Downloaded Podcast Episode From CT Public's Talk Shows
Hear from a recently laid-off Twitter employee about her experience working at the company.
The Nose discusses W. Kamau Bell's 'We Need To Talk About Cosby' and Woody Allen's 'Rifkin's Festival.'
Host Chion Wolf has conversations with people who wholeheartedly and profoundly regretted becoming parents.
The New Haven community responds to initiatives to prevent gun violence. Plus, eviction rates across the state.
Our extended conversation with New Haven pizza historian, Colin Caplan. Plus, local pizza shop recommendations.


Top 5 Most Watched CT Public Programs
In this StoryCorps CT segment, James credits Carlton's advice as the catalyst to change his career trajectory.
Welcome to the sights and scents of a New England springtime with gardening expert Charlie Nardozzi.
Oyster Heaven tells the story and history of oystering along the Connecticut coast.
Join Chef Plum on the Best of Restaurant Road Trip as he visits his favorite eateries in Fairfield County.
Restaurant Road Trip brings Chef Plum to Gruel Britannia, a spot in Fairfield serving up proper English foods.


Most Read News Stories of 2022
A Connecticut jury ruled Alex Jones owes nearly $1 billion for lies told about the Sandy Hook shooting.
See your town's infection rate and track COVID-19 hospitalizations and vaccinations.
Lawmakers dig for new clues about money and the Jan. 6 insurrection.
Details emerge about an October attack that killed two Bristol police officers and wounded a third.
Democrat Senator Richard Blumenthal proposes taxing oil companies and returning money to consumers.




Ever wonder what makes us gravitate to lists? The Colin McEnroe Show might have the answer. Earlier this year, they devoted a whole show to understanding lists!


A small notebook with a list and red checkmarks.
This hour on The Colin McEnroe Show we look at the art and the utility of the list.

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