Host Bill Radke and guests make sense of the week's news. New episode every Friday.
The northern border remains closed (to some), Bezos goes to space, and wildfire season is officially here. All that, this week.
Bill Radke reviews the week’s news with Seattle Times investigative editor Jonathan Martin, political analyst and contributing columnist Joni Balter, and Seattle Met deputy editor Allison Williams.
An emergency drought declaration, the case of the missing texts, and the sky is falling (over the freeway). Discussing what happened, this week.
Bill Radke reviews the week’s news with Seattle City Council Insight founder and writer Kevin Schofield, Publicola publisher and editor Erica C Barnett, and author of the Wild West News letter on Substack, Eli Sanders.
The Office of Police Accountability's decision is out, and so is Jeff Bezos. Discussing what comes next, this week
Ross Reynolds reviews the week's news with KUOW reporter Esmy Jimenez, New York Times technology correspondent Karen Weise, and Publicola police accountability reporter Paul Kiefer.
UFOs, gray wolves, and restorative justice, this week
Bill Radke reviews the week’s news with Crosscut reporter Hannah Weinburger, South Seattle Emerald publisher and Seattle Times columnist Marcus Harrison Green, and Crosscut's Editor-at-Large Knute Berger.
A heat wave hits the west, COVID restrictions are lifting, and revitalization efforts begin in Seattle, this week
Bill Radke reviews the week's news with Q13 reporter Jennifer Lee, Seattle Channel host and producer Brian Callanan, and Kitsap Sun reporter Joshua Farley.
Juneteenth celebrations, Boeing donations, and everyone is lazy, this week
Bill Radke reviews the week's news with Converge Media founder Omari Salisbury, Kiro-7 TV political reporter Essex Porter, and KUOW reporter David Hyde.
Ross over Radke
More Ross Reynolds less Radke. Ross seems to be the better host. Not many shows about Seattle - serves that purpose.
Fantastic Weekly Round Up
This podcast is a must listen for Seattleites and those Seattle-adjacent. Bill Radke is a fantastic host and his rotating panelists are also great.
Boring and predictable
This used to be a podcast I looked forward to every week. It made an admirable effort to be well-rounded, even though it’s always been left-of-center. Now, it’s always the same tired, far-left group of people, most of whom are bitter, delusional, and probably suffering from mood disorders. They dutifully trot out the usual regressive-left talking points to keep their social justice cred intact, without any nuance or challenge to the show’s status quo. The show has basically become an audible version of Seattle social justice Twitter, and it now bores me to tears. What a shame...