Host Bill Radke and guests make sense of the week's news. New episode every Friday.
This week: reopening, interrupted and solar farms backlash
Bill Radke reviews the week's news with Seattle Channel producer and host Brian Callanan, independent journalist Jane C. Hu and KUOW newscaster and reporter Paige Browning.
This week: so many vaccines, so few arms
Bill Radke reviews the week's news with Washington State Wife founder and publisher DJ Wilson,, KUOW reporter Esmy Jimenez and host of Seattle CityClub's Civic Cocktail, Joni Balter.
Derek Chauvin found guilty, and what that means for Seattle, this week
Bill Radke reviews the week's news with Converge Media founder Omari Salisbury, KUOW reporter Esmy Jimenez and host of Seattle CityClub's Civic Cocktail, Joni Balter.
What will homelessness outreach, Amazon, and the city of Seattle look like post pandemic?
Bill Radke reviews the week's news with Crosscut editor-at-large Knute Berger, Publicola editor and publisher Erica Barnett, and New York Times technology correspondent Karen Weise.
Police accountability, a new charter initiative, and the end of the Amazon union push, this week
Bill Radke reviews the week's news with Q13 correspondent Brandi Kruse, Kiro7 reporter Essex Porter, and The Stranger reporter Nathalie Graham.
Potential unions, vaccinations and city council recalls, this week
Bill Radke reviews the week's news with Stranger editor Chase Burns, Geekwire contributing editor Monica Nickelsburg, and Publicola police accountability reporter Paul Kiefer.
This is the best locally produced show on KUOW by far. Good range of guests and coverage of topics of interest to those in the Seattle area. Keep up the good work!
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...
For Seattle, only
A real yawn if you don’t live in Seattle. It could be interesting if it was about the puget sound area, but it’s only about what rich Seattle folks care about. I live on Bainbrige Island and no thanks.