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Host Bill Radke leads in-depth conversations about what matters today in Seattle and beyond.

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Host Bill Radke leads in-depth conversations about what matters today in Seattle and beyond.

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Segment format is appreciated by some!

By Efbrazil - Oct 30 2018
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Opinion is varied in these reviews, but I really like being able to choose segments to listen to. That way I can listen to local news and avoid KUOW’s ultra liberal echo chamber as best as possible. I get it, I’m liberal too, but a huge chunk of KUOW programming just wallowing in identity politics or bemoaning national politics. Stick to local news where you can add value!

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By PSYOP SGM - Jul 13 2018
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I enjoy the long shows on the Record, but do not like to weed through the short shows that are most often included in the long show. Because of this I find my listening is less and less as my listening time is limited. Thanks

iTunes Ratings

34 Ratings
Average Ratings
17
9
0
4
4

Segment format is appreciated by some!

By Efbrazil - Oct 30 2018
Read more
Opinion is varied in these reviews, but I really like being able to choose segments to listen to. That way I can listen to local news and avoid KUOW’s ultra liberal echo chamber as best as possible. I get it, I’m liberal too, but a huge chunk of KUOW programming just wallowing in identity politics or bemoaning national politics. Stick to local news where you can add value!

Cancel duplicity

By PSYOP SGM - Jul 13 2018
Read more
I enjoy the long shows on the Record, but do not like to weed through the short shows that are most often included in the long show. Because of this I find my listening is less and less as my listening time is limited. Thanks
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The Record

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Host Bill Radke leads in-depth conversations about what matters today in Seattle and beyond.

Rank #1: After 9/11, a reminder that America has always been his home

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The birth of a Sikh Captain America. A look inside the Northwest Detention Center (which has had a recent makeover, at least on the surface). All your maps are wrong. And if you have a Tesla Roadster in the Seattle area, you’re in luck! One of the only mechanics left is here to help.
Sep 11 2019
50 mins
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Rank #2: Is it okay to feel joy while the world is burning?

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High anxiety: meet huge, phenomenal, amazing joy. Personalized love notes to Jeff Bezos at the Amazon shareholders meeting, and a check in about Amtrak. Lastly, the notes and the silence in the Fremont bridge.
May 23 2019
51 mins
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Rank #3: Nerd humor with xkcd

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Quick – can you scratch your head and laugh at the same time? A religious crusade to end the death penalty. And: why can’t we have public options for everything?
Sep 09 2019
51 mins
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Rank #4: Is centrism dead in Washington state politics?

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Why Don’t We Go For What We Say We Want: Political Centrist Edition. So is socialism the answer instead? And why aren’t people going into the trades?
May 29 2019
51 mins
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Rank #5: The wild wild West of vehicle ranching

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Is this nothing more than AirBnB for the unsheltered? How community preference policy might allow longtime residents to stay in their homes. Luscious versus hearty: how much does marketing shape your gender ideas? And would it keep you from recycling? Lastly: signing away sovereignty to the medical establishment, and what that costs.
Aug 08 2019
51 mins
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Rank #6: The 2020 Census is upon us

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How to make sure we’re all counted. What’s the best guidance on opioid prescribing? Turnaround time for a Bainbridge poet. And how dangerous are flavored e-cigarettes?
Sep 10 2019
50 mins
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Rank #7: Answering your questions about crows, jaywalking, and the bus

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Deborah Wang answers listener questions like, who would win in a fight, a crow, or an eagle? Why don't longtime Seattleites jaywalk? And who rides the bus in King County?
Jul 03 2019
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Rank #8: How clean are Seattle's beaches?

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Can you trust our lake water? We also talk about hackers with good intent, what it means to age in prison, and why sometimes giving up on a project isn't such a bad thing.
Jul 31 2019
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Rank #9: “I consider it a newspaper for the mundane”: dispatches from Seattle Walk Report

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Taking a walk on the overlooked side with the viral Instagram project. Washington’s former state transportation head says that when it comes to pedestrian deaths, enough is enough. Gender markers on driver’s licenses: more options, more problems? And, should Narcan be in schools?
Aug 14 2019
51 mins
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Rank #10: Rick Steves wants you to reconsider the politics of travel

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Should you travel as a political act? How a blood test can tell you about the health of your gut. The history of Seattle's Medic One paramedics. And what kind of bad movie makes for the best heckling.
Sep 04 2019
51 mins
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Rank #11: Is Seattle's soda tax succeeding or failing?

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Seattle's been taxing sweetened beverages for over a year now. Meet the first-ever LGBTQ committee chair of the NAACP. We get a Boeing update from the Paris Air Show. And retired soccer star Abby Wambach talks about the fight for equal pay in women's sports.
Jun 19 2019
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Rank #12: Wrestling with uniquely Seattle magic

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Why can’t great mythology happen right here? The mayor’s comments on a council race stir controversy. How can we prevent anxiety disorders? And guidance on kids and screens.
Jul 25 2019
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Rank #13: How firearms retailers talk about suicide

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A conversation between a firearms retailer and a firing range renter about looking for customers who may be suicidal. A debate over a proposal to create a regional governing board to respond to homelessness in King County. And a movie theater that needs a hug.
Sep 05 2019
51 mins
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Rank #14: On Prime Day, one Amazon factory stands empty

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The labor strike kicks off today. A look at the history of Silicon Valley culture (and how it sprang from war). And: why learn music theory from Shostakovich when you could learn from The Sugar Hill Gang?
Jul 15 2019
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Rank #15: You can’t believe your eyes

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Beware the Photoshop of videos. The Oregon Republican Senate delegation has R-U-N-N-O-F-T. The impact of war, and failure, on many men. And Mike O’Brien wants to bring sunshine to the soda tax.
Jun 25 2019
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Rank #16: Raising a red flag on potential mass shooters

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If you see something and say something: what happens next? Sub Pop’s rise to greatness. Mass extinction on the horizon. And Seattle waves farewell to a noted chef.
Aug 05 2019
51 mins
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Rank #17: Seattle’s flag: maybe it has a great personality?

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Don’t let your freakish flag fly. Tax the rich! (Well, not in Seattle.) Moving homelessness out of your entire city’s backyard. And how to keep a searing photo from becoming just another image of suffering.
Jul 16 2019
51 mins
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Rank #18: How to avoid crowded hiking trails this summer

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Tips and tricks from a National Park Expert. Single-family zoning is practically gospel in America. Seattle isn't the only city in the midst of a homelessness crisis. Presidential hopefuls are open to the idea of expanding the Supreme Court. And did you know WA state has the hardest driving test in the country?
Jun 20 2019
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Rank #19: Bifocals off, sunglasses on: what are you reading this summer?

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Fire up your readers: we got you. What does “sanctuary jurisdiction” mean when the rubber hits the road? When science, nature, and environmental education come to inmates. And what’s killing casual dining? (Hint: probably not millennials.)
Jul 10 2019
49 mins
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Rank #20: Why cities can’t afford to solve homelessness

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The homelessness crisis makes cities victims of their own success. Salesforce comes to Seattle. Washington gets an icebreaker (not that kind). And housing goes on the City Council docket.
Jun 10 2019
44 mins
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