WJFF Connections focuses on local, national, and international issues that host, Dick Riseling, feels are tied to the lives of every individual. The slogan, "Think globally, act locally" aptly describes the program's mission. Each show features a topic for discussion and a guest or two. And as a call-in show, listeners are invited to actively participate in the discussion as well. Dick generally kicks off the dialogue with an editorial comment of his own about a particular issue.
Sabrina Artel's Trailer Talk is combination live performance, community event and radio broadcast based in the New York's Catskills region. With her vintage 1965 Beeline travel trailer, Sabrina Arteltravels to festivals and events where she invites individuals to participate in what she calls a "public conversation" in a relaxed and comfortable setting. These conversations are broadcast live through speakers mounted outside the trailer, and many interviews are later aired on WJFF during the weekly program. The New York Times described Sabrina Artel's Trailer Talk as "an unusual blend of theater, activism and broadcast journalism."
Although the conversation ranges widely from politics, arts and culture to the environment, agriculture, development and recreation, Sabrina Artel