Best bainbridgeisland podcasts we could find (Updated October 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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Grace Episcopal Church, Bainbridge Island, WA
 
Grace Episcopal Church - Download free podcasts of Sunday Services at Grace.
 
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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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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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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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Straight Talk
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Discussion about business, politics, culture, and local or world issues.
 
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Arts and Artists on Bainbridge
 
Conversations with artists and collectors showing at Bainbridge Island Museum of Art or active in the Bainbridge community.
 
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Bainbridge Outdoors
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A Bainbridge Island podcast radio show where we invite you to step outside on foot, bike or boat and enjoy our island’s nature, wildlife, sights, sounds and people along the way.
 
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Bainbridge Video Podcasts
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Bainbridge Community Broadcasting - your Bainbridge Island source for community podcasts now brings you video.
 
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Who's On Bainbridge
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In each episode, we listen in on a 15 to 30 minute personal conversation with a local islander who helps make Bainbridge Island, in Washington, such an interesting and engaging place to live.
 
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Work Stew Podcast
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There’s a lot of job searching going on these days–but it seems that there’s also a lot of work-related soul searching. Work Stew is a place to learn what’s on the minds of others and to contribute your own thoughts. To suggest an interview subject for the Work Stew podcast, please write to kate@workstew.com. Suggestions are welcomed from all over the world and from all kinds of contributors: men and women of all ages, talking about all types of work. Work Stew is produced on Bainbridge Isla ...
 
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Now that ballots will be showing up in your mailbox soon, we're hosting an in-depth discussion about each of the six (6) candidates for Bainbridge Island City Council from the north, central, and south ward. Does it all come down to how long you've lived here or the clubs you've joined?What role should candidates play in speaking for themselves ...…
 
If you've seen photos of a shark swimming in the streets of Houston after Hurricane Harvey, you've seen the particular variety of fake news that appears when emergencies attract national interest. In this week's talk in Bainbridge Public Library's Library U series on fake news, UW Assistant Professor and former basketball star Kate Starbird des ...…
 
For many of us who care about the environment, the current political climate and federal-level actions can be particularly discouraging. As Junot Diaz, a Pulitzer-Prize winning writer, recently said, “There’s nothing about our impoverished political systems...that is going to be able to hold us together in the face of the coming storm of climat ...…
 
During a Fall week when the City of Bainbridge Island is hosting "Three Days of Preparedness" events, Bainbridge resident and first-time author Scott James is speaking at Eagle Harbor Books about his new book: "Prepared Neighborhoods: Creating Resilience One Street at a Time". Scott's event takes place Thursday evening from 7pm to 8pm at the bo ...…
 
As autumn kicks off in the northern hemisphere Jennifer, Eric and Paul circle back to share responses to last week’s episode, all about community podcasting, and look forward to what’s in store for community media this fall. Jennifer lets us know about two international festivals being broadcast by her home station KFJC, and reports on […] The ...…
 
Bainbridge Island is a a rich and beautiful place, but that beauty can mask the underlying pain of mental health issues. The fact is, in Washington State, 1 in 5 high school sophomores contemplate suicide. Even more disturbing, the suicide rate is steadily increasing among middle school students. Overall, an average of two youth die by suicide ...…
 
Why would a UC Berkeley grad choose to intern on a Bainbridge Island farm? Meet Rachel Bubb and learn why growing healthy food became a priority for her. Rachel Bubb is a 2017 farm intern for Bainbridge Island's Butler Green Farms. In this episode of Tastes of Bainbridge, she joins us at the Farmers Market to talk about how that came to pass. S ...…
 
Come bring a carful of family and friends for History on the Move: a unique opportunity to explore our wonderful island! In this podcast, BI History Museum event organizer Sean Megy tells us about a unique fundraiser for the museum, the first of its kind on Bainbridge Island: a Scavenger Hunt on Wheels. The scavenger hunt will take participants ...…
 
From 11 to 5 on September 24th, at the historic Johnson Farm on Bainbridge Island, enjoy the 16th Annual Friends of the Farm Harvest Fair. Come join the family fun, with carriage rides, a giant slide, cider pressing, sheep shearing, live music, and fresh food -- a great time is sure to be had by all! Designed to celebrate local farming and comm ...…
 
Wishing you could do something to help victims of Hurricane Harvey? In this 5-minute podcast, Diana Brink, office manager of Bainbridge Island's Current Dental, offers a way to help victims of Houston’s devastating hurricane. After a devastating event such as Hurricane Harvey, there is a desperate need for toiletry items (see list, below). Beca ...…
 
This week BCB's Bob Ross welcomes Tom Clark, who along with his wife Holly owns and operates Clark Farms, purveyors of pork and beef at the Bainbridge Island Farmers Market. Located just north of Sequim, Washington, Clark Farms dates back to the late 1800's, and is the longest running family-owned farm in the state. What's it like to carry on s ...…
 
In this podcast, Deb Rudnick, an environmental scientist and chair of the Bainbridge Island Watershed Council, describes the upcoming Bainbridge Island Beach Cleanup on Saturday September 9th. All members of our community – individuals, families, groups, and people of all-ages – are invited to participate in this one-day cleanup to maintain our ...…
 
Looking for fun ways to get your children connected with nature? Look no further! Bainbridge Island's Bloedel Reserve has the perfect solution: bring the kids to Bloedel on Saturday, August 26, for Bloedel's Out(side)rageous Family Day. Spend the day from 10:00 am till 2:30 pm exploring the beautiful gardens and grounds of Bloedel Reserve with ...…
 
Janette Force, Executive Director of the Port Townsend Film Festival, will again bring a special festival preview to the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art at 7 pm on Wednesday, September 6. This year's festival preview will feature nine short films - documentaries, narratives and an animated film - to exemplify the depth and passion of the 88 fil ...…
 
Kevin and Martha moved to Bainbridge Island 18 years ago and have come to love the small town feel of the island.They were attracted because of its physical beauty, the schools, the parks, trails and the neighborly manner. Fetterly is an Electrical Engineer with an MS degree from Stanford University (1977). In his work, he develops instrumentat ...…
 
The Lynwood Theater could very well be the “Who” of this Who’s On Bainbridge podcast, since its presence in this small community contributes to making Bainbridge such a special place to live. But it was TJ Faddis who turned this old and ordinary theater into the art theater it is today. From 2000 until 2011, TJ managed and curated foreign films ...…
 
Wayne Roth worked in public media for more than 40 years, including thirty years as the President & General Manager of KUOW Public Radio. He was elected to three terms on the National Public Radio Board of Directors (NPR), two years as Chair. He co-founded and was the managing director of the Northwest News Network (N3), a regional consortium t ...…
 
Joe's first career was a brokerage firm in Seattle, followed by years overseas working for the Securities and Futures Commission (the financial market regulator for the Hong Kong Government). There, he protected small investors and helped recover lost assets resulting from the Asian financial crisis of 1997. When he returned to US and settled o ...…
 
Rasham Nassar is an Island mom and farmer who recently became involved in local environmental advocacy. Through her efforts, she connected with a passionate and caring community whose concerns for the future of our Island mirrored her own personal apprehension for the future of our world. Nassar was born in 1983, the eldest daughter of an immig ...…
 
Matthew Tirman was born in Bedford, New Hampshire and attended East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina where he studied Political Science. During his time at university, Matthew was actively involved in environmental campaigns in North Carolina and Boston, leading a statewide canvassing effort to pass a safe beaches bill in Massa ...…
 
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Anchored with April Vokey Podcast
 
Dylan Tomine is an author, father, and straight-shooter when it comes to conservation and doing what is right. Two summers ago I met with him at his house on Bainbridge Island to see if I might be able to get some thought-provoking conversation about wild steelhead... You can find Dylan at www.dylantomine.com This episode is sponsored by Casey ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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