Each morning, Wayne Norman has interesting guests from around the area stop in and visit. The interviews are great; funny, yet concise and informational.

Tune in each morning Monday through Friday and have breakfast with Wayne and his guests! You may also view a list of future guests

Past Morning Show Guests

Thu., Jun. 30, 2011
7:20 -
Actors Eileen Fulton and Richie Ruiz
Actress Eileen Fulton, who portrayed Lisa Miller Grimaldi on As The World Turns for 50 years, talks about her role as Mrs Higgins with actor Richie Ruiz (Alfred Doolittle) in the Connecticut Repertory Theater Nutmeg Summer Series production of "My Fair Lady" at UConn.  To hear the interview, click here.
Eileen Fulton (holding her WILI Weather Calendar) and Richie Ruiz
Website Link: http://www.crt.uconn.edu/nutmeg_summer2011/summer-email.html
Wed., Jun. 29, 2011
6:45 -
Bethany Seidel and Cody Chapman
Bethany Seidel, Vice President of Marketing and Promotion, and Cody Chapman, Public Relations Specialist from Mohegan Sun talk about Hot Summer Fun.
Cody Chapman and Bethany Seidel
Website Link: http://www.mohegansun.com/
7:20 -
John Wylie, Helene Chapman, and Mark Herrick
North Windham Fire Chief John A. Wylie, South Windham Rescue Officer Helene Chapman and Windham Center Deputy Fire Chief Mark Herrick talk about volunteer firefighting and other roles the departments play in the community.  To hear the interview, click here.
Mark Herrick, Helene Chapman, and John Wylie
9:30 -
Legal Ease with attorneys Nate Baber and Michelle Sigfridson from the Prue Law Group
Legal Ease with attorneys Nate Baber and Michelle Sigfridson from the Prue Law Group, talking about short sales and managing credit card debt. To listen to a CD of this show and others in this series, call the Prue Law Group at 423-9231.
Michelle Sigfridson and Nate Baber
Website Link: http://www.pruelawgroup.com/
Tue., Jun. 28, 2011
7:20 -
Pediatrician Berett Shaps
Pediatrician Berett Shaps from Generations Family Health Center.
Dr. Berett Shaps
Website Link: http://www.genhealth.org/sites_willimantic.htm
Mon., Jun. 27, 2011
7:20 -
Cynthia vanZelm and Macon Toledano
Cynthia vanZelm, Executive Director of the Mansfield Downtown Partnership and Macon Toledano, Vice President for Planning, Leyland Alliance, update progress on the Storrs Center Project and talk about Wednesday's ceremonial groundbreaking.
Macon Toledano and Cynthia vanZelm
 
A conceptual look at the Storrs Center Project
Website Link: http://mansfieldct.gov/content/1914/6514/6528/default.aspx
9:30 -
Author Steve Langford
Author Steve Langford talks about his novel "White Sleeper"--a thrilling and scary tale of bioterrorism. 
Steve Langford
Website Link: http://www.www.whitesleeper.com
Fri., Jun. 24, 2011
7:20 -
David Foster
David Foster previews the Auxiliary to Windham Hospital's "Shaboo 40th Birthday Festival of Blues Celebration" benefitting the Oncology Department at Windham Hospital and tells stories of the Shaboo Days.  To hear this interview and  interviews with David from 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and earlier this week, click here.
David Foster and Bruce John
 
Website Link: http://www.wili-am.com/shaboo.htm
9:50 -
ECSU Professor Charlie Wynn
ECSU Professor Charlie Wynn with this week's installment of "Books on Parade"--featuring books from the New York Times best seller list
Thu., Jun. 23, 2011
7:20 -
Everett Shepard,Matt Flagge, John Bennett, and William Sadock
Everett Shepard, American Legion Department Adjutant, Matt Flagge, Grad Student at Columbia and Boys State delegates John Bennett of Milford and William Sadock of Greenwich talk about American Legion Boys State at Eastern Connecticut State University.
Everett Shepard, John Bennett, William Sadock, and Matt Flagge
Wed., Jun. 22, 2011
6:10 -
Mike Rice, Dick Brevnik, Ed Osborn, John Lescoe, Wes Bialosuknia, Wally Lamb, Jim Penders, Robin Rice, Mike Morrissette, David Foster, and Jackie Gaudette
Wayne Norman broadcasts the morning live from "That Breakfast Place" in Willimantic with a host of interesting guests:  Former WILI president and current president of the Connecticut Broadcasters Association Mike Rice, Windham Hospital CEO Dick Brevnik, ECSU Director of Institutional Relations Ed Osborn, Former Willimantic Mayor and State Representative John Lescoe, UConn basketball Wes Bialosuknia, best selling author Wally Lamb, UConn baseball coach Jim Penders, WILI Office Manager Robin Rice, WILI News Director Mike Morrissette,  David Foster of the Mohegan Sun All Stars, and "That Breakfast Place" owner Jackie Gaudette discuss radio's impact on their lives. To hear any of these interviews, click here.
Mike Rice with Wayne Norman
 
Dick Brevnik
 
Ed Osborne
 
John Lescoe
 
Wes Bialosuknia
 
Wally Lamb
 
Jim Penders
 
Robin Rice
 
Mike Morrissette
 
Wes Bialosuknia, Wayne Norman, and David Foster
 
Jackie Gaudette and Dave Gardner
Tue., Jun. 21, 2011
7:20 -
Lew E the Clown
Lew E the Clown and Dan Baltulonis from the Cole Brothers Circus of the Stars, which comes to Willimantic June 30 and July 1.
Clown Lew E and Dan B
Website Link: http://www.GoToTheCircus.com
8:15 -
Clint Morse
UConn Plant Growth Facilities Manager Clint Morse talks about the blooming of the Titan Arum--the "Corpse Flower."
 
Clint Morse with the blooming Titan Arum in 2007
Website Link: Click Here
9:30 -
Danny LeGare
Danny LeGare owner of Black Hole Studios in Vernon talks about this week's premier of a new film "Marco Polo Boys" which was shot in his hometown of Stafford Springs, CT.
Danny LeGare
Website Link: http://www.blackholestudios.net
Mon., Jun. 20, 2011
7:20 -
Dr. Bernice Szafarek from Szafarek Dental in Columbia
Dr. Bernice Szafarek from Szafarek Dental in Columbia discusses "Got DentalPain? Here's Why.To hear this show and others in this series, log onto http://www.szafarekdental.com and click on "radio shows."
Dr. Bernice Szafarek
Website Link: http://www.szafarekdental.com
Fri., Jun. 17, 2011
7:20 -
Victor Funderburk, Martha Funderburk, and Robin Rice
Victor Funderburk, Martha Funderburk, and Robin Rice from the Windham Theatre Guild preview "Aida" and the upcoming 2011-2012 season. To hear an interview about the 2014-2015 season, click here and scroll to June 25, 2014.
Robin Rice, Martha Funderburk and Victor Funderburk
Website Link: http://www.windhamtheatreguild.org/
9:50 -
ECSU Professor Charlie Wynn
ECSU Professor Charlie Wynn with this week's installment of "Books on Parade"--featuring books from the New York Times best seller list
Wed., Jun. 15, 2011
7:20 -
Jamie Eves and Bev York
Local historians Jamie Eves and Bev York discuss The Civil War: Connecticut's Cotton Connection.  To hear the interview, click here.
Jamie Eves and Bev York, holding a painting of one of Connecticut's black regiments in the Civil War.  The caption says "Come and join us brothers."  Bev is wearing a Union soldier's hat.
Website Link: http://www.millmuseum.org/Mill_Museum/Welcome.html
Tue., Jun. 14, 2011
7:20 -
Ray Crossen
Ray Crossen from the Wilderness Lake Campground in Willington.
Ray Crossen
Website Link: http://www.wilderness-lake.com/
Mon., Jun. 13, 2011
7:20 -
Mike Licata, Marc Scrivener, and Matt Vertefeuille
Windham Fire Marshal and Emergency Management Director Mike Licata, Willimantic Deputy Fire Chief Marc Scrivener, and Windham Zoning/Code Enforcement Officer Matt Vertefeuille discuss fire safety issues and emergency preparedness.
Mike Licata, Matt Vertefeuille and Marc Scrivener
Fri., Jun. 10, 2011
7:20 -
Doug Casa, Julie DeMartini, Rebecca Stearns, and Kelly Pagnotta
Doug Casa, Chief Operating Officer of UConn's Korey Stringer Institute, which works to prevent sudden death in sports, with Ph.D students Julie DeMartini, Rebecca Stearns, and Kelly Pagnotta.
 
Doug Casa
Website Link: http://ksi.uconn.edu
9:30 -
Marylou Gannotti
Marylou Gannotti, Director of Planned Giving with the Diocese of Norwich discusses Leave a Legacy.
Website Link: http://www.norwichdiocesedevelopment.org/
9:50 -
ECSU Professor Charlie Wynn
ECSU Professor Charlie Wynn with this week's installment of "Books on Parade"--featuring books from the New York Times best seller list
Charlie Wynn
Thu., Jun. 9, 2011
7:20 -
Michael R. Redemske, CPA
Michael R. Redemske, CPA, Instructor In Residence in the UConn School of Business talks about Connecticut and USA tax laws. 
Michael Redemske
Wed., Jun. 8, 2011
7:20 -
Nancy Krodel
Nancy Krodel, Deputy Director for Operations of Senior Resources Agency on Aging in Norwich discusses the June 17th Windham Healthy Living Expo and other senior issues including Medicare and Medicaid.
Nancy Krodel
Website Link: http://www.seniorresourcesec.org/
9:30 -
Legal Ease with attorney Pat Prue from the Prue Law Group
Legal Ease with attorney Pat Prue from the Prue Law Group--Buying and Selling a House, part 3: The Closing.  To listen to a CD of this show and others in this series, call the Prue Law Group at 423-9231.
Pat Prue
Website Link: http://www.pruelawgroup.com/
Tue., Jun. 7, 2011
7:20 -
Agatha Hoover
World traveler Agatha Hoover of Mansfield tells of her plans to go around the world in fifty days, and describes some of her favorite tourism spots worldwide.  To hear a interview with Agatha, click here and scroll to July 31, 2017.
Agatha Hoover, holding her full passport and her trip flyer
Mon., Jun. 6, 2011
7:20 -
State Senate President Donald Williams
State Senate President Donald Williams discusses the final days of the General Assembly session, including legislation on marijuana, the budget, the economy, bonding, the sick leave bill, the proposed tech-park at UConn, and the state takeover of Windham schools. 
Don Williams
Fri., Jun. 3, 2011
7:20 -
Pam Wright
Pam Wright updates the Willimantic Wildlife Habitat Initiative. 
Pam Wright and Katherine Kosiba, holding Colchester's Wildlife Habitat certification
Website Link: http://www.nwf.org/backyard
9:30 -
Janelle and Mark Langley
E. O. Smith High School senior Janelle Langley and her dad Mark Langley talk about her school project on cerebral palsy and a car wash at Mansfield Self Storage (9-5) to raise money to benefit the fight against CP.
Website Link: http://www.birth23.org/
9:50 -
ECSU Professor Charlie Wynn
ECSU Professor Charlie Wynn with this week's installment of "Books on Parade"--featuring books from the New York Times best seller list
Thu., Jun. 2, 2011
7:20 -
Nancy Magnani, Todd Farrell, Becky Muldoon, Alex Lassman, and students
Nancy Magnani, science specialist from EastConn, Windham Tech electronics instructor Todd Farrell, Becky Muldoon, science teacher at Horace Porter School, UConn grad student Alex Lassman, Windham Tech students Zach Young and Caroline Diaz, and Porter School 8th grader Aiden Pacheco talk about solar powered cars and the Sun Solar Vehicle Challenge 2011.
Becky Muldoon, Nancy Magnani, Todd Farrell, Aden Pacheco, Alex Lassman, Zach Young, and Caroline Diaz
 
Some of the solar powered vehicles
Wed., Jun. 1, 2011
7:20 -
Laurel Kohl and Susan Quincy
Laurel Kohl, Energy Education Specialist at ECSU's Institute for Sustainable Energy and Susan Quincy from the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection talk about the Connecticut Outdoor and Environmental Education Association Fund and the Connecticut Environmental Literacy Plan.
Susan Quincy and Laurel Kohl
Website Link: http://www.coeea.org
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