by Staff | Jan 3, 2016 2:23 pm
Welcome to New Haven’s grassroots not-for-profit community radio station!
WNHH broadcasts original New Haven news and arts programs with dozens of local hosts. There are a number of ways to tune in:
Here On The Internet
You can listen 24 hours a day, seven days a week on your computer or on your phone, through our webstream.
Click here to listen and preserve the link on your computer or phone.
The “Listen Now” button appears on the top left-hand column of our home page.
On The Radio, At 103.5 FM
We broadcast at 103.5 FM on weekdays from 4 a.m. through 3:59 p.m. Another organization has the license for the evenings, but doesn’t plan to be on the air until some time later in 2016. We also broadcast during assorted hours on the weekends. A note: we have a low-power FM license. That means you can pick up the station through most of New Haven (except the southern tip and sometimes downtown) and Hamden and much of East Haven, North Haven, Woodbridge, and West Haven.
You can download any show to your phone or computer to listen whenever you want to. Search for us in the iTunes store or any podcast app under “WNHH Community Radio.”
Our shows are archived as MP3 files here.
Via Stories In The Independent
Many of our shows feed articles in the Independent, which include the full audio file. Look for your favorite shows below this article or under the “WNHH Radio” menu in the top left-hand corner of every page of this website.
Thanks for listening! And for visiting us on Facebook, here.
by Staff | Aug 21, 2018 4:06 pm
Intersectionality ... Green ... Czar ...
by David Sepulveda | Aug 21, 2018 3:44 pm
A bullet that pierced Henry Harris Green IV, aka Renegade, on a Newhallville street eight years ago, and remained lodged in his body is now evidence in an investigation into his recent death.
Call it one more chapter in a compelling story about a young man who embraced life against great odds while injecting humanity into the communal conversation about gun violence.
Continue reading ‘Post-Death, Henry Green’s Story Continues’
by Thomas Breen | Aug 21, 2018 3:43 pm | Comments (3)
Smile, New Haven students, you’re on camera.
And now that camera’s video feed will be accessible to city police, firefighters, and other emergency responders all at the same time in the case of a school lockdown.
Continue reading ‘School Video Feeds Now Shared With Police and Fire’
by Christopher Peak | Aug 21, 2018 3:40 pm | Comments (4)
Samir Mahmud, a first-generation college student, said he should be thinking about how to keep up with his studies and fit in with his classes when he starts at Quinnipiac next week. Instead, the 17-year-old is worrying whether his mother will be there on move-in day or if she’ll be deported 7,800 miles away to Bangladesh.
Continue reading ‘New Haven Teen Begs ICE To Let Mom Stay’
by Christopher Peak | Aug 21, 2018 1:14 pm | Comments (4)
After two months constructing the set for the production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream in Edgerton Park, Carlos Torres said with unabashed pride, that he became “a huge theater nerd.”
Through Achievement First Amistad High School’s summer internship program, which paired him with Elm Shakespeare Co., Torres learned to use obscure power tools, scanned iambic pentameter, splotched paint onto half of his wardrobe and found a passion for working behind the scenes in theater.
Continue reading ‘At Amistad, College Prep Doesn’t Stop For Summer’
by E.A. McMullan | Aug 21, 2018 12:28 pm
The sky is clear in Emitting. A dancer, hair cast in every direction, enveloped in the ghost images of feathers, is moving, moved, and about to move in a long exposure. Photographer Kim Weston has collapsed a long moment into a map of this dancer’s heat and spirit.
Continue reading ‘Kehler Liddell Takes Five’
by Allan Appel | Aug 21, 2018 8:21 am | Comments (9)
It not only calms traffic and enhances safety, it also creates a sense of place, is attractive and decorative, and will be a nice bookend to the speed table at other end of Audubon Street at Whitney Avenue.
Continue reading ‘Design Revealed For “Calmer” Orange-Audubon Intersection’
by Paul Bass | Aug 21, 2018 7:59 am | Comments (8)
“We need help,” Mayor Toni Harp said Monday.
Continue reading ‘Recovery Coaches. More Cops. Moved Bus Stops?’
by Brian Slattery | Aug 21, 2018 7:58 am
Guitarist Kryssi Battalene, going under the name Kryssi B for a solo set at Never Ending Books, thanked everyone for coming out on a Monday night. But she spoke through a tremolo effect, making her voice distant, submerged, the consonants blurring together.
With the house lights dimmed, it was an apt beginning for a night of music that often swelled and floated in surprising yet soothing ways, as four acts ranging from folk to electronic music — Battalene, Sam Moth, Village of Spaces, and Kath Bloom — showed what they could do.
Continue reading ‘Never Ending Books Gets Dreamy’