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Best Northwest News podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Northwest News podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
Updated February 2020
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A collection of interviews, news actualities and press conferences from the Northwest Florida Daily News.
Seattle’s watchdog Dori Monson holds government accountable, lampoons the “Seattle Process”, and keeps tabs on how your tax dollars get spent. Increasingly rare on Seattle radio, you’ll also hear exclusive long-form interviews with Northwest icons like Pete Carroll, Duff McKagan, and John Nordstrom. Tune in weekdays noon to 3pm on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM.
Inland Journal is a half-hour public affairs program that includes news features and interviews produced by SPR staff, reporters from the Northwest News Network (N3) and others. The program has a regional focus that reflects the broad listening area of Spokane Public Radio.
Interesting news stories from around the Pacific Northwest.
128th Fuhrertag. Gretchen talks about the Swastika, HAC raps on the Holocaust myth
Northwest Public Radio is a participant and contributor in the Northwest News Network (N3), a collaboration of public radio stations in Washington, Oregon and Idaho. Our reporters bring a regional perspective to coverage of Northwest states government, environment, economy, and other news of widespread interest to residents of the Northwest. Regional news on Northwest Public Radio is a part of Morning Edition every weekday morning, and All Things Considered in the afternoons.
Northwest Arkansas Politics is the premiere politics podcast for www.nwapolitics.net recorded in Fayetteville, Arkansas. We cover local politics in Benton, Washington, Carroll and Madison counties. New episodes added every Thursday.
Podcast for Pacific Northwest Pro Wrestling Fans! Old School Portland Wrestling,Don Owen,Defy Wrestling and anything NW Pro Wrestling
Ollie's daily news summary: reports and interviews from across the Northwest Territories, Canada, and the world. Listen live 12-1pm weekdays.
NW NERD is a magazine-style podcast focused on geek news and presenting original features -- these are the stories that make us nerds; the people who make up the geekonomy; and issues woven throughout fandom. Expect to hear about pop culture, comics, film, TV, comic cons, cosplay, games, nerd news, and beyond.
News and Culture Stories about Northwest Arkansas, the Arkansas River Valley and more from Ozarks at Large
A weekly podcast where Matt and Neil riff on sports, movies, sex, health and more. Taunt us at email@example.com.
It's a podcast of a radio show that's like a podcast
A podcast dedicated to showcasing entrepreneurs, businesses, organizations, nonprofits, and experts based in the Pacific Northwest.
Interviews make the show feel like a radio channel dedicated to hikes and backpacks. So, put on your boots, pack a tent and sleeping bag and listen in! Have a guest idea or question- firstname.lastname@example.org
A podcast dedicated to all things Blood Bowl in the Pacific Northwest. Tune in to hear all the latest news about regional tournaments and the Ordo Blood Bowl League in Portland, OR. We will also discuss changes to the Blood Bowl rules and new releases for the game.
A podcast made by two people named Nick and Warren, (hence the name "N"orth"W"est podcast)
Weekly political discussion from the great Pacific Northwest
Listen to audio collected as the Northwest Florida Daily News investigates allegations against the Okaloosa County School District
Jazz Northwest focuses on the regional jazz scene from Portland to Vancouver. CDs by the best resident musicians from Seattle, Portland and Vancouver are featured, and the program also includes news about the best places to go for live jazz in the region. In addition, Jim goes "on location" to concerts, clubs and jazz festivals to record performances by resident and visiting artists for playback on Jazz Northwest. These one-of-a-kind recordings are available nowhere else! 899328 Jazz Northwe ...
KBOO Radio is a community-powered station in Portland Oregon
News about jazz, blues, Studio Sessions, and music samplings from jazz artists in the northwest and around the world.
The prep sports podcast for The Times of Northwest Indiana.
Good News Community Church is a Christian, evangelical, Reformed church in the heart of the Great Lakes region of northwest Iowa. Each Sunday, our community gathers together to hear God's Word and it's application to our lives.
A program featuring news and information about outdoor activities in Northern Wisconsin. topics will include Hunting, Fishing, Camping and Hiking.
Meteorologists Brian MacMillan & Mark Nelsen talk about weather in the Pacific Northwest and beyond.
Entertainer is an entertainment podcast provided by the Northwest Florida Daily News. The podcast includes discussion about trending local and national entertainment topics,interviews with locals and audio from the DN Concert Series hosted in the newsroom.
The Overcast by The Seattle Times brings you in-depth interviews with Pacific Northwest newsmakers and takes you behind the scenes with top journalists. Smart conversations about local news and politics, hosted by Jim Brunner and Daniel Beekman.
Thanks for tuning in! Every Week, Pac X brings you the latest and greatest about life, technology, news, and conspiracies from the Great Pacific Northwest.
SWXRigntNow is the leader in Sports news in the Inland Northwest.
Crosscut is the Northwest’s independent, nonprofit digital news site that serves the public with local stories that are in-depth and unique. Crosscut is a service of Cascade Public Media.Contact: https://crosscut.com/contact-us
Dan, Justin, & Ryan share their weekly passion for football with the audience. You've never met three guys that love football and basketball as much as these three guys. Get in-depth discussions on every aspect of the game in every single episode of Northwest Goofballs.
The perfect antidote for polarizing times. Gee Scott and Ursula Reutin connect and build up the Northwest community with their signature mix of stories and perspectives.
A daily podcast about news and events from Oregon and the Northwest - The Oregonian's Lynne Terry
Lively discussion on news and issues in and around Bellingham and the Pacific Northwest.Hosts: Dave Willingam, Tim Johnson, Stephanie Kountouros and guests.Wednesdays, 5:30 pm and Sundays, 11:00 a.m. on KMRE 102.3 FM Bellingham, WA and KMRE.orgTuesdays at 6 pm and Thursdays at noon on KAVZ 102.5 FM Van Zandt, WA.
We are three guys living in Northwest Arkansas who happen to love beer and cars. So we decided to talk about it. Join us on our weekly talks about car news, car reviews, test drives, beer reviews, and some interviews along the way.
Weekly financial and retirement guidance from Northwest Arkansas' Mach 1 Financial Group. David Lee. Mike Frost. Matt Walters.
Northwest Presbyterian Church Sermon Podcast
HFO's team of researchers and experts in the apartment market for Oregon and Washington review the latest news of interest to area multifamily owners and investors.
Excepts from Vocalo's afternoon show hosted by Luis Antonio Perez & Shantell Jamison
Jeff and Kellan discussing various sports related issues.
Dorothy Wilhelm calls herself a porcupine trainer. That’s her term for the sticky situations and prickly people we all have to face on a daily basis. She believes we all handle porcupines every day, whether we want to or not. Dorothy is a professional humorist, speaker, radio and TV personality who brings energy, good humor and fun to her presentations on welcoming life change with enthusiasm. Her new book, Better Every Day is available this month, companion to Catch The Christmas Spirit And ...
Pacific Northwest aficionados, AJ Barse and Chris Powell are your hosts each week talking about their views and interests in technology, travel, gear and watches. Recorded in Bellingham or on location (typically in their favorite local coffee establishments) in City of Subdued Excitement. Bellingham Washington. This show is also available on-air on Bellingham's KMRE 102.3FM.
Bainbridge Island's only live news podcast. Traffic, Weather, City Hall, Events and Bears.
Stories about the environment focused on the Pacific Northwest, with many from KNKX's Environment reporter, Bellamy Pailthorp.
Quick-hitting concise audio coverage of the latest sports news...Sports on the Fly!
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This week on Sound Effect, our theme is “Family Matters.” First, we meet one Indipino woman and learn how she connected to her roots on Bainbridge Island. Then, we meet a mother and author who is sharing her son’s story of addiction as a cautionary tale for other parents. We meet a woman who might have been forbidden from having children a century …
It started over a few glasses of wine, with friends passing around a smartphone and sharing views of a sketch by late-night comedian Bill Maher. The idea presented there, for a holiday on par with those honoring moms and dads, often provokes laughter. “I Didn’t Reproduce Day” would celebrate single people, aunts and uncles who help out — and not ju…
Seattle author Paula Becker has a specific audience in mind for her latest book, "A House on Stilts, Mothering in the Age of Opioid Addiction." “I really want people who have kids of about 11 and 12 to read this book, because I think that the trick is and the challenge is to try not to let the kid tumble over into addiction," Becker said. "So, when…
Bonnie Gibson says her son Greg’s musical talent emerged very early on. “I could just see from a young age that he had unusual rhythm. Which, now, I go, did I really want those drums in my basement?” she said. “But it was cute and fun to see a little kid kind of find himself.” Greg did find himself in music. By high school, he was already involved …
In honor of Black History Month, we are taking a look into the career highlights of African American artists and their contribution to the world of jazz and blues. Dick Stein tells the story of an impromptu performance critique by piano master Jaki Byard for a hopeless – and hapless – would be clarinetist.…
A new federal grant aims to improve wildlife habitat and migration corridors in the Northwest. About $100,000 is going to a project related to a wildlife underpass that will be built under U.S. Highway 95 in North Idaho. It’s a piece of the $3.2 million granted by the U.S. Interior Department Friday to protect big game habitat in western states. On…
Lars Larson Northwest Podcast 02-14-20 by Lars Larson Northwest PodcastBy Lars Larson Northwest Podcast
2PM - The Big Lead // It's Valentines Day!! // Closing Thoughts From ToddBy KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
1PM - The Fastest 15 // Is Batman A Super Hero? // GUEST: Football Players Myles Gaskin And Race Porter Raising Awareness For Mental HealthBy KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
12PM - The Big Lead // Sex Education In Schools // A Sweet V-Day StoryBy KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
Bernie in Tacoma // MEILI CADY: They met on a dating app. Then he robbed a bank on their first date and forced her to be the getaway driver // TEXTS & Words to live by...By KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
COURTNEY WIMER & MIKE ROCHA, ALL CITY BAIL BONDS, TACOMA/EVERETT/SEATTLE // COLLEEN O’BRIEN, Should Kids Be Forced to Give Valentines to Everyone // SCENARIOS!By KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
Analysis on our interview with Dan Satterberg // JON SCHOLES, DOWNTOWN SEATTLE ASSOCIATION on their plan for downtown safety and meeting with Mayor // FELIKS-ALL OVER THE MAPBy KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
New Seattle City Councilmember Andrew Lewis joins Daniel Beekman from The Seattle Times and Simone Alicea from KNKX to discuss the debates that have been roiling City Hall in recent weeks.By The Seattle Times
A groundbreaking in Fort Smith is another example of how the medical sector is growing in the city. Michael Tilley, with Talk Business and Politics , discusses the rise of the number of medical jobs and a slight uptick in homes sales for the metro area in 2019.By email@example.com (jfroelich)
The Arkansas Department of Health compiles data on communicable disease outbreaks in Arkansas to inform medical providers, the media and the public. We talk with Jennifer Dillaha, MD, who serves as Medical Director for Immunization/Outbreak Response about how the department of health accurately track such medical events.…
As partisan candidates are gearing up for the Arkansas primary on March 3, so are nonpartisan circuit and district court judge candidates. We speak with Janine Parry, a political science professor at the University of Arkansas and director of the Arkansas Poll, about both types of judgeships.By Zuzanna Sitek
There is theater all over our region. Becca Martin Brown, the features editor for the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, helps direct us through the menu of musicals, dramas and comdedy.By Kyle Kellams
Looking back at Hockey Day in Canada, we'll hear from Ron MacLean during his live guest appearance on Cabin Radio at the Challenge Cup. Plus we listen in as the NWT government debates how adding 100 new homes in the territory will work.By Cabin Radio
This week we tackle some beers from Ireland.. namely of the Guinness verity and one more from Sam smithBy Beers and Boost
Sarah Loethen has performed trhoughout the region for a few years as a solo performer, with the band Makin' Loaf and others. On Feb. 21, Makin' Loaf will release its debut CD with a show at Ryleigh's in Fayetteville. Earlier this year, Sarah stopped by to talk about her musical journey and to play a few songs for us.…
Ivanonva Smith spent the first chunk of her life in an institutional orphanage in Soviet-controlled Latvia. She doesn’t remember having any friends or toys, or anything to do. “I would just stare at a light and watch the little floaters, those little floaters you get in your eyes, and that was my entertainment,” she said. Ivanova was born with inte…
Episode 288 - Aveterra Representative Danielle Bogardus Talk About Proposed Composting Facility at Triangle PropertyBy Wake Up Bainbridge
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287 - The Matthew Tirman Exit Interview | Wake Up Bainbridge Co-Host Sal DeRosalia spoke with Matthew Tirman, Bainbridge Island City Council today about his decision to resign from the South Ward Council Member position effective February 28th. They discuss Matt's process of coming to this difficult decision, the factors that factored and what he h…
2PM - The Big Lead // GUEST: Brian Paddington with Spokane Schools Spokesperson on why they didn't tell parents that they were aware of a game called "Molest Me Monday" was being play at Shaw Middle School // Closing thoughts from ToddBy KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
1PM - The Fastest 15 // Concerns With Comprehensive Sex Education Bill // GUEST: Kiro Reporter Nicole Jennings and Sex Offenders Placed In Residential AreasBy KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
12PM - The Big Lead // What 3 Apps Would You Have On Your Phone If You Had To Choose?By KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
MICHAEL MEDVED: It's been more than a week since the President's State of the Union Address and his subsequent acquittal in the impeachment trial // Why celebrities are signing up to sell video ‘shout-outs’ on Cameo // WE HEAR YA! and Words to live by...By KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
KING COUNTY PROSECUTOR DAN SATTERBERG on the downtown shooting suspects, prolific offenders, drug policy and more // SECRETARY OF STATE KIM WYMAN on WA’s first nationally relevant primary (March 10th), smartphone voting // TREES! One TRILLION of them, nutty white folks singing about them, historic Seattle trees, both big and small…
Pushback on expanded sex ed in the state // HEADLINES // How is Catholicism coping with modernity? Pope Francis has declined to approve proposals to allow married priests in the Amazon or women to be ordained as deaconsBy KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
Members of Temple Shalom last Sunday evening observed Tu b’Shevat, to celebrate the “New Year of the Trees.” Rabbi Jacob Adler provides both ancient and contemporary historical context, and Torah instructor, Miriam Klinzing guides us through the Tu b’Shevat seder, or ritual feast in honor of this Jewish Arbor Day.…
The draft code is the culmination of six months of work by focus groups comprised of short-term rental and motel/hotel operators, neighbors and citizens, as well as several public meetings. Fayetteville Planning Commission reviewed the draft document this week and plans a second review February 24 th at 5:30pm in room 219 at Fayetteville City Hall.…
An election for a vacant Arkansas House seat in central Arkansas ended in a tie. Daniel Breen from KUAR in Little Rock explains what happens next.By Daniel Breen
Reynie Rutledge studied industrial engineering but shifted to banking. He discusses his career with Roby Brock on this week's Northwest Arkansas Business Journal Report .By firstname.lastname@example.org (jfroelich)
Lia Uribe, associate professor of music at the University of Arkansas, says two concerts at the University of Arkansas will shine a spotlight on brass instruments this week . Thursday, Feb. 13 Septura Brass Septet at Faulkner Performing Arts Center (Fayetteville) - $5-$10, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 15 Guest Artist Concert: Rie Kaizuka, euphonium at …
This weekend, musicians in northwest Arkansas will have the opportunity to learn more about making money at their craft. The Arkansas Music Business Conference will be held Friday through Sunday in various cities throughout the area. We hear from of the conference’s organizers about the event.By email@example.com (Kyle Kellams)
What happens to fairy tale characters after "happily ever after?" The Arts Center of the Ozarks explores that concept with a second weekend of "Into the Woods" from Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine. There are performances Friday and Saturday nights at 7:30 and Sunday afternoon at 3:00 at the ACO.By Kyle Kellams
After a woman is kept in a Yellowknife RCMP holding cell for 11 straight days, we ask justice minister Caroline Wawzonek if the NWT justice system is discriminatory.By Cabin Radio
Dee Thompson, the long-time director of animal services at Okaloosa County’s Panhandle Animal Welfare Society, has resigned.The resignation came unexpectedly at about noon Wednesday in a text message sent to members of the PAWS executive committee, said Bonnie Stein, a member of the PAWS governing board. “It was Dee’s decision and Dee’s alone,” Ste…
NW NERD enlists a panel of cosplayers and geeks to discuss dating and relationship questions from listeners. They also address a recent advice column titled "How do I get a cosplay girl to like me?" There's a lot to unpack. Also, Dyer takes listeners to Super Sonic Speed Dating in Portland where convention attendees went to make friends, maybe more…
Full Audio: Island Center Subarea Planning Process Open House & Workshop 2.10.2020By Wake Up Bainbridge
Today on Inland Journal, we wade into the world of sports with two stories, one a visit to Cheney, where the U.S. Curling Association is holding its 2020 national championship. And correspondent Tom Banse tells us about the potential expansion of sports betting in Washington. We’ll also talk with Eastern Washington Democratic congressional candidat…
How often do advisors see certain situations? Are you alone in your questions or are they common scenarios? Matt will speak from his experience and tell us how frequently he has observed these circumstances throughout his career. Important Links: Mach 1 Financial Group Website: https://mach-1financial.com/ Phone Number: 479-876-2100…
285 - CITY COUNCIL REGULAR BUSINESS MEETING TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2020 Agenda Packet Here City of Bainbridge Island Website Here Blis to Harbor Square Pathway (6:10) Matthew Tirman City Council South Ward Resignation (14:20) City of Bainbridge Island February Black History Month Proclamation Code of Conduct and Ethics Program Review Discussion of F…
A group that wants to bring back wild sea otters to the Oregon Coast is taking a big step forward. The federal government has awarded them a grant to launch a feasibility study for a possible reintroduction effort.By Tom Banse
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