Best bainbridgeisland podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Bainbridge Island Specials
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When something special is happening on Bainbridge Island, BCB presents it in this special series of podcast recordings.
 
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What's Up Bainbridge
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Hear a short 10-15 minute preview of an upcoming event for the Bainbridge Island community, as told by a person close to the event.
 
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Tastes of Bainbridge
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A Bainbridge Island podcast radio show discussing local foods, farming, gardening, recipes, cooking and dining in Bainbridge Island, Washington, USA.
 
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Bainbridge On Campus
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Podcasts from BCB's partners at the on-campus studio of Bainbridge High School Radio Club.
 
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Liam McEvilly, Program Director at Boys and Girls Club, returns to What’s Up Bainbridge together with Liz Ellis, Education Director at BPA, and Lauren Henry, Education Director at Kidimu, to tell us about all the fun, stimulating and educational activities for our island's smallest citizens. Listen here to learn about all these organizations ar ...…
 
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The Common Errors in English Usage Podcast
 
You see a lot of stories about various things losing steam or picking it up. This week we rebroadcast Episode 11, in which Paul discussed his interest in that phenomenon and other aspects of the word “steam.” https://wmjasco.com/podcasts/11-steam.mp3 Subscribe on iTunes Download mp3 On Stitcher Cartoon accompaniment: Links: “Ancestor/Descendant ...…
 
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Vacation Mavens Family Travel Podcast
 
Planning a visit to the Emerald City? Local outdoor enthusiast and mom Kate Spiller from WildTalesOf.com shares her tips and ideas for visiting Seattle with kids. ON THE PODCAST 00:32 - Talking with Kim about Seattle 10:38 - Talking with Kate about Seattle 13:12 - How long to stay in Seattle 14:22 - Must dos for families 21:00 - Taking the mono ...…
 
It's Kidimu's 12th birthday, and the celebration -- to be held Saturday June 3 from 10 - 2 -- is packed with excitement! In this eight minute podcast, Kidimu Executive Director, Susie Burdick tells BCB about how Kidimu’s birthday parties have gotten bigger and better each year. This year, beginning at 10 am, the fun festivities will include: 10 ...…
 
Food and travel are intertwined. Sampling a local cuisine is as much a part of visiting a new place as seeing the sites or talking with the locals. Just ask Brendan McGill. He's the chef and owner of Hitchcock Restaurant Group on Bainbridge Island. He’s spent time staying with families through the exchange group Servas. Doing so has allowed him ...…
 
Be sure to come to BARN's Grand Opening on June 3rd from 10 to 4 pm, when the Bainbridge Artisan Resource Network will celebrate their fabulous new facility on Three Tree Lane (off New Brooklyn Road) with tours and treats galore. Founded in 2012, the Bainbridge Artisan Resource Network began as a dream: a group of creative individuals visualizi ...…
 
On June 3rd from noon to 2pm Eagle Harbor Book Company will host its 3rd annual Seattle7Writers Summer Bookfest. This year 20% of bookfest sales will be donated to the Bainbridge Schools Foundation. In this 10-minute podcast, Suzanne Selfors, Bainbridge Island bestselling author of many beloved children’s books, and Mairead Shutt, Executive Dir ...…
 
There are three kinds of flight experiences: The ones you forget, the ones you’ll never forget, and the ones you want to forget. We’re revisiting those last two in this week’s Going Places . KNKX travel expert Matthew Brumley tells stories about experiences he’s had, including: The pilot who said, “Wow,” into the public address system, without ...…
 
Kate Preusser and John Trupin are joined by musician, songwriter, and lifelong Mariners fan Ben Gibbard. After sprinting at full speed through the unpleasant of the Toronto series, Gibbard reveals the origins of his unfortunate lot in life vis-a-vis baseball fandom, including a chance childhood encounter with Alvin Davis on the Bainbridge Islan ...…
 
This week, we talk with Isaac Bloom, organizing director for Indivisible in Washington, D.C., about how we can most effectively push back against Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey, as well as the House vote on the AHCA.Then we talk with Nicki McCraw, founder and leader of Indivisible Bainbridge Island about her group and her life in ac ...…
 
Listen here as Maradel Gale, Frank Stowell, and Charles Schmid describe the upcoming May 21st Bainbridge Island Environmental Conference at Islandwood, where the topic will be: “Changing the Nature of Puget Sound: A Look at the Impacts of Industrial Aquaculture.” The event runs from 12:30 to 5:30pm. As they explain, “industrial aquaculture” inc ...…
 
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Bainbridge Island Specials
 
"Great art is the outward expression of the inner life in the artist, and this inner life will result in his personal vision of the world." Edward Hopper From hot dogs to politics; from pregnancy to funerals -- no subject is off limits to Bainbridge poets when invited to express themselves -- especially when inspired by the above quote from art ...…
 
Claire Dederer’s soon-to-be-released book, Love and Trouble: A Midlife Reckoning, is a very personal, honest, and intimate memoir about one woman’s sexual self-discovery as a teenager, and her resurgent sexuality as a mid 40’s wife and mother. Claire’s authentic voice is what makes this memoir what good memoirs should do - bring you into the wo ...…
 
Two years ago in late April, we hosted a podcast with Jane Lindley and Steve Johnson of Island Power about their efforts to encourage Bainbridge Island to own and control its own electric utility. Join us as we bring you up to date on what's happened since then. Our Apr 13 broadcast on the subject experienced software issues, so we're doing a r ...…
 
Interview with Erica Saint Clair of Rosie Research and Battle Point Astronomical Association about a new scale solar system model on Bainbridge Island, Washington, that can be explored via geocaching.Written and hosted by Greg Scheiderer. Theme music "Aboard The Alien Craft" (Steve Combs & Delta Is)CC BY 4.0…
 
Peter Weber, president of the Bainbridge Island Farmers’ Market and co-owner of Farmhouse Organics, joins us on Tastes of Bainbridge to talk about Farmhouse Organics and the 2017 Market Season. Farmhouse Organics has been a long time major anchor for the Market. In this lively interview, with BCB's Bob Ross, owner Peter Weber shares the story o ...…
 
In this podcast, the Bainbridge Island Senior Community Center’s new Executive Director, Reed Price, tells BCB about the festivities happening on May 1st from 10am to 4pm to celebrate their Open House. All are welcome - seniors and and their families, plus volunteers and anyone else who is curious about the fun, stimulating, inspiring activitie ...…
 
As reported in dozens of national and international newspapers, podcasts and internet articles, Bainbridge Island resident Michael Cox wrote a strong and forthright resignation letter to the new Presidential administration upon retiring from EPA last month after 25 years of service. In commemoration of this Earth Day (April 22nd), and in recogn ...…
 
We know winter's finally coming to an end when we gather to watch the mayor toss the cheese! Yes, it's time again for the opening of the Bainbridge Island Farmers Market, and the annual ceremonial Tossing of the Cheese -- this year by island mayor Val Tollefson. Join BCB host Bob Ross as he chats with Val about our iconic market and its importa ...…
 
Ah, Carmina Burana! Who would’ve thought that Bainbridge Island would have the talent and capability (if not the space) to perform this spectacular, powerful, and complex opus by Carl Orff! But we do! BI Symphony Orchestra and Bainbridge Chorale will perform Carmina Burana and four well known works of choral sacred music on April 22 and 23 at t ...…
 
This week we talk more about photography, with the focus on photographing people. https://wmjasco.com/podcasts/80-photography5.mp3 Subscribe on iTunes Download mp3 On Stitcher Some of Paul’s photographs of people A volunteer weed-puller working on a property protected by the Bainbridge Island Land Trust. She’s watching the ivy she’s pulled of a ...…
 
Bainbridge resident Rob Bernard, Microsoft's Chief Environmental Strategist, will be speaking Thursday, April 13 at 7pm at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art on the topic, “Using Information to Save the Planet: How Energy, Food, Water and Biodiversity will be Transformed with Technology.” At a time when many environmental activists are feeling ...…
 
Imagine walking barefoot through an ancient forest by moonlight to experience a transformative ceremony in an Earth Shrine, and drifting to sleep in a beautiful round yurt on the magical land named Sacred Groves. Our guests for this episode have created an unconventional sanctuary at their Eco-Retreat on Bainbridge Island, Washington. "The Grov ...…
 
How can we keep our trees healthy without pesticides? Bainbridge Island Arborist Olaf Ribeiro has some exciting solutions to offer. April is Arbor Month! And as part of our monthlong celebration of trees, nationally recognized tree scientist Dr. Olaf Ribeiro will speak at Bainbridge Open Mic Science on Tuesday April 4th at 8:00pm at the Treehou ...…
 
Bainbridge Islanders are famous for commemorating Earth Day each April, but this year Earth Month will be marked by events on the theme: "Celebrate Trees." In this podcast, Deb Rudnick, a board member of the Bainbridge Island Land Trust and the chair of our island's Watershed Council (affiliated with Sustainable Bainbridge) describes many of Ap ...…
 
In this interview, Bainbridge Island Museum of Art Chief Curator Greg Robinson has an illuminating and delightful conversation with Chris Maynard, a local artist whose medium is (legally sourced) bird feathers. His exhibition called "Featherfolio" is currently showing at the Art Museum. Chris’s first solo museum show has over 40 astounding artw ...…
 
Gary Faigin's talks at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art sold out in 48 hours. Listen here to learn why he chose the subjects he chose, and why the museum is eager to bring him back in a few months to present additional art talks. Faigin -- an author, artist, educator, critic, and sought-after speaker -- is perhaps best known for his expertis ...…
 
This podcast provides insights into the caring, concerns and community values that motivated our City Council to adopt a Resolution Affirming Bainbridge Island as a Welcoming and Inclusive City. That action was intended to reaffirm our City's long history of supporting civil and human rights, and to protect targeted groups and vulnerable indivi ...…
 
In this podcast, we meet one of the Northwest's leading experts on Social Security benefits, Andy Landis. He describes his upcoming 2-hour free talk at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art Auditorium on March 22nd: "Social Security 101: Avoiding Myths and Mistakes". The informative session -- part of a series on financial education -- is generou ...…
 
From birth through high school, children on Bainbridge Island are presented with an unusually wide variety of fun programs and activities. Learn more about some of those exciting possibilities as Susie Burdick, Executive Director of Kidimu, Liam McEvilly, Program Director of Boys and Girls Club, and Kate Drummond, Teaching Artist at Bainbridge ...…
 
In this podcast, we learn about an upcoming musical called "The Crossing", which will be on stage at the Jewel Box Theater in Poulsbo from March 17th through April 9th. Recently-honored playwright Paul Lewis and leading actor Walt Brown share with us their experience of putting together a musical set in the 1930s, as Amelia Earhart prepared for ...…
 
In this 25-minute podcast, four top leaders of Bainbridge Performing Arts (BPA) -- the Board President, Executive Director, Production Manager, and Education Director -- tell us about all the pieces that fit together for a main stage production. And they share some of the surprising ins and outs -- the fun and the gritty challenges -- of one of ...…
 
Bainbridge Island is a community that loves its library, and library users have a treat in store when this year's "Refresh" project expands the library's meeting room and improves its facilities -- in keeping with their slogan "A vibrant space for everyone". In this 16-minute podcast conversation, Bainbridge Branch Manager Rebecca Judd and Bain ...…
 
How can storytelling help us navigate life’s challenges? Hear a few of the authors of a new book discuss their answers to that question at Eagle Harbor Books on the evening of Thursday March 2nd. In this 8-minute podcast, local author Elizabeth Coplan talks about that new book, "Just a Little More Time: 56 Authors on Love and Loss", in which sh ...…
 
Listen in on Kate Carruthers' fascinating conversation with BCB host Channie Peters. You'll hear about Kate’s love for theatre, which has been a strong thread throughout her life, even during her very successful career as an attorney and Bainbridge Island's municipal judge. Theatre has been Kate’s first love since her first high school play and ...…
 
In this 16-minute podcast, Paul Merriman, an investment educator who retired to Bainbridge after a successful professional career leading the investment firm he founded, describes his upcoming free seminar on "Maximizing the Value of Your Retirement Account." The free educational event will be Thursday February 16th, from 6:30 to 8:30pm at the ...…
 
In this 19-minute podcast conversation, two Bainbridge women who are parents of local public school students explain their confidence in the importance of public education on our island, and why they support the two levies on the February 14th ballot that provide more than one-fifth (22%) of our local school budget. Erin Cyger and Anna Steen ar ...…
 
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The Sprocket Podcast
 
PJ is a bike fun favorite of ours. We chat about how to build an amazing sound system for your bike (that thumps). We also discuss how to actively work for improvement in the city you live in, including after a traffic fatality, and gain the attention needed to spur your local officials towards action. Also: Brock rides to the edge of the end o ...…
 
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Arts and Artists on Bainbridge
 
In this Art Museum Encounter podcast, award winning wood sculptor Alan Newberg engages in a fascinating and insightful conversation with Bainbridge Island Museum of Art Chief Curator Greg Robinson. Listen here as Alan describes the process wherein he creates the large wood sculptures currently on exhibit at the museum. His solo show, on display ...…
 
In this Arts and Artists podcast, you can listen to a lively conversation with sculptor Christine Clark who created the beautiful metal Tribute Baskets at Waypoint, Bill Baran-Mickle, of the Public Arts Committee, and Bruce Weiland, who coordinated the community effort to bring Waypoint Park into being. Bruce tells the story of how Waypoint Par ...…
 
In this 18-minute community podcast for this holiday season of generosity, we meet a high school student leader, a City employee and a street ministry volunteer who have made it easy for you to donate dry, clean, warm socks to the nearby homeless folks who need them in this wintry weather. Their "Boxes of Socks" donation program enables you to ...…
 
Debby Haase describes the annual event called "Spiral of Light" which commemorates with candlelight, harp music, chanting and labyrinths the Wednesday December 21st winter solstice as the longest night of the year. This annual event, initially celebrated at the local Waldorf School, will take place this year at the Dayaalu Center at 159 Wyatt W ...…
 
In this 15-minute podcast, BCB's Channie Peters and Victoria Irwin of Eagle Harbor Books welcome award-winning environmentalist and writer, Mary Ellen Hannibal, whose new book is "Citizen Scientist: Searching for Heroes and Hope in an Age of Extinction." Mary Ellen will speak with Eagle Harbor bookstore visitors on Saturday December 10th at noo ...…
 
In this 14-minute conversation with Rev. Jaco ten Hove, we learn about the 9th annual gathering in Winslow on Saturday December 10th for community members to read aloud the inspiring words of the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights. All are welcome to gather at noon that day, fair weather or foul, near the gazebo on Winslow Green, to be we ...…
 
This week we follow up with the subject of one our first episodes, Bainbridge Community Broadcasting. Paul took a day trip on a ferry from Seattle to visit Bainbridge Island and drop in on BCB. Co-founder Barry Peters took a few minutes to give a tour of the BCB studios and provide an update on […] The post Podcast #73 – Catching Up with Bainbr ...…
 
Madi Williamson is a young Bainbridge woman who, at age 21, took leave from her job for two weeks, and then for three months, to provide heartfelt hands-on care and comfort to Syrian refugee families in Greece. In this podcast, Madi shares with BCB's Barry Peters her remarkable and beautifully told stories of the experience of helping refugee f ...…
 
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