Monday-Friday 5AM-9AM, and Sunday 1PM-6PM
Weekday mornings on The Big D, Mike mans the controls and adds a little spice to morning drive with Kim Zachary on Mike and Kim in the Morning! His unique sense of humor and ability to find laughter in almost any situation helps ease you into your workday with a smile on your face!
Mike's an active supporter of the March of Dimes, Connecticut Breast Health Initiative, Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation, Red Cross and Connecticut Children’s Medical Center. He's an Honorary Captain in the 2nd Company Governor’s Footguard and participant in the fundraising efforts of the Connecticut Street Rodders’s Association. He's also an accomplished Chef specializing in South Western, Tex-Mex, Cajun and Barbecue Cuisine who can talk your ear off if you get him started on the topic of food and spices!
Monday-Friday 5AM-9AM, Saturday 6AM - 10AM and Sunday 6:30AM-7AM
Kim Zachary has returned to The Big D after nearly two decades in Springfield...because there's no place like home. Born and raised in Avon, Kim is a UConn grad who landed her first radio job as a reporter in Western Mass. Within 3 years, she was back in CT working here on the Big D! After a few side ventures Kim headed back to MA where she met her husband and they worked as a morning radio team for 17 years. After a short foray into television, Kim is back on DRC-FM as the co-host of Mike and Kim in the Morning and she couldn't be happier! Kim is an active supporter of the Jimmy Fund and co-creator of Katelynn's Ride, a family cycling event in the fight against cancer. She has earned a lifetime achievement award from the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, a Visionary award from the Jimmy Fund Council, several broadcasting awards, and recognition for her pregnancy blog. Kim is mom to one beautiful daughter and four rescue dogs. She and her family live in Somers.
Our ace traffic reporter has been heard doing traffic and news reports up and down the East Coast from Maine to New York City. Born and raised in New Jersey, she began her career as a traffic reporter and weekend news anchor with a group of stations in the woods of Northeast New Jersey. She finally landed a spot with Mike and Kim in the Morning fulfilling a long time dream of being part of a successful morning show. A few of her favorite things include superheroes, home improvement shows, vampires and witches. Cindy and her husband Chris are the proud parents of an adorable rescue dog named Charlie.
Monday-Friday, 9AM-2PM, Saturday 3PM-7PM
Grahame comes from a true "radio" family...her parents met while working at a pop station in Hartford back in the 60's (hence her awesome radio name!)! In fact, except for a quick one-day stint as a doughnut waitress, an early job working the DJ booth at the Coventry Roller Carnival and working in the gas booth at a local convenience store, Grahame's entire adult life has been devoted to the art of broadcasting! These days Grahame splits her day both behind the scenes as Program Director for The Big D and behind the mic working alongside you from 9 til 2!
When she's not eating, drinking, breathing or sleeping radio, Grahame's a modern day mom, juggling work and family at home in Manchester - she's very active with her children's elementary school, Girl Scouts, and has mastered the art of facebooking in the laundry room at midnight.
Weekdays 2PM-7PM, Saturday 10AM-3PM
Floyd Wright has been a part of Connecticut radio since 1978. He grew up in Wallingford listening to all the great radio personalities in Hartford, New Haven, and New York city on his dad’s gigantic ‘Zenith multiband stratosphere all tube radio’. Over the years Floyd has been involved in raising money for muscular dystrophy, the Arthritis Foundation, and the March of Dimes, and has been given three awards from Saint Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Floyd currently resides in Newington with his lovely wife ‘Miss Susan’, a former dancer/choreographer who is now happy making libations at the Pequabuck Golf Club in Pequabuck, a part of Bristol. He’s excited about working at The Big D, after all, it’s the station that put the ‘fun’ into radio. Floyd’s goal is to continue that Connecticut tradition.
From "Frantic Fridays" to wide open highways, Nichole watches the roads so you can travel easier on them. Nichole joins Floyd Wright weekday afternoons to ponder the day's weird news and get you to where you have to go. An Emerson College and Central Connecticut State University alum, Nichole's radio career has taken her all around New England since 2003. She's made stops in New Hampshire, Maine, Boston and more. She's happy to add her time at the Big D to the list! When she's not behind the microphone and peering at traffic cameras, she enjoys travelling (by car, train or plane), attending Red Sox games, cheese, concerts and music of all kinds, bowling (candlepin or duckpin) and board game nights with friends. Nichole is also an avid supporter of charitable causes, including the National MS Society, Connecticut Children's Medical Center, Human Rights Campaign, the Jimmy Fund and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
Rockin' Ron Sedaille
Monday - Friday 7PM to 12AM, Saturday 7PM-12AM and Sunday 8AM-1PM
Rockin' Ron is the guy who transforms the transmitter on West Peak in Meriden into a FLAME THROWIN' FUN TOWER every Saturday night! Give him a call at 860-242-0103, or send him an e-mail during All Request Saturday Night and he'll play what you say! All Request Saturday Night is recorded in HD video and uploaded to youtube every week. Be sure to check out the latest video air check on Ron's Video Blog where you can leave comments and converse with Rockin' Ron while waiting for another All Request Saturday Night!
Ron's back Sunday mornings to get your "fun day" off with a smile playing the biggest hits on the radio!
Sunday Night 6PM-11PM
In 1990, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce honored Charlie with his own Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, January 10, 1990. Charlie was the first KHJ Boss Jock to receive a Star on the Walk of Fame, and was inducted in 2008 into the National Radio Hall of Fame. Charlie was heard around the world daily on the Armed Forces Radio Network for a 25 year – 6000 show run from 1971 to 1996, as well as on numerous nationally syndicated radio shows, since the early 70’s. He’s now heard across the U.S., Canada, internationally and on Hartford's Big D with his 5 hour weekend show Charlie Tuna - 70's, from Black Card Radio in Los Angeles. For more information click here.