Best seattlechannel podcasts we could find (Updated July 2017)
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Book Lust with Nancy Pearl (Seattle Channel)
 
Seattle's own 'action figure librarian' and best-selling author Nancy Pearl sits down each month with top writers from around the country for conversations about books and the process and art of writing. There's no one better qualified than Nancy to discuss books and writing, bringing an informed reader's perspective to lively conversation and in-depth dialogs about all things literary.
 
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Citizen University TV
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Citizen University TV offers an up-close look at lessons in civic power and engagement. Host Eric Liu delivers short lessons on the values, knowledge and skills of effective citizenship. He shares local examples of civic leadership in action and talks to people who are effecting change in their communities.
 
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CityStream Seattle
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Seattle is a dynamic and diverse city with fascinating people, unique organizations, innovative businesses, and one of the most beautiful settings of any metropolitan area in the United States. To find out what fuels Seattle's limitless vibrancy and to keep abreast of how the city is growing and changing in the 21st century, Seattle Channel presents the CityStream video podcast.
 
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Art Zone with Nancy Guppy
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The Art Zone with Nancy Guppy podcast presents the best in arts and entertainment video from Seattle. Featuring bands, artists, dancers, writers and more.
 
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Civic Cocktail
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Civic Cocktail - presented by Seattle Channel and Seattle CityClub - offers a night of networking, civic conversation, Tom Douglas appetizers and a no-host bar.
 
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Community Stories
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Seattle Channel's Community Stories video podcast is about the inspirational people, relevant issues, cultural traditions and rich histories that make up Seattle's many communities.
 
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City Inside/Out Seattle
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Seattle is a vibrant and complex city, and Seattle Channel's City Inside/Out brings you thoughtful, in-depth reports and discussions about important local Seattle issues every week. Hear from the people, the pundits and the politicians who are making news and making decisions in the city of Seattle.
 
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Book Lust with Nancy Pearl (Seattle Channel)
 
Nancy Pearl sits down with author Jamie Harrison to discuss her new novel "The Widow Nash." Harrison, who wrote the acclaimed Blue Deer series of mystery novels set in a fictionalized Livingston, Mont., turns to historical fiction in her latest work. "The Widow Nash" tells the story of a Dulcy Remfrey, a young woman who flees a violent suitor, ...…
 
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The Seattle Public Library - Author Readings and Library Events
 
While he was the historian at the esteemed CIA Museum, Nicholas Reynolds, a longtime American intelligence officer, former U.S. Marine colonel, and Oxford-trained historian, began to uncover clues suggesting Nobel Prize-winning novelist Ernest Hemingway's involvement in mid-twentieth-century spycraft was far more complex, sustained, and fraught ...…
 
Rosemarie and Vince Keenan, husband-and-wife Seattleites who write as Renee Patrick, discuss their latest mystery novel "Dangerous to Know," which follows their earlier "Design for Dying," with host Nancy Pearl. Their behind-the-scenes mystery series is set in the Golden Age of Hollywood and features the legendary costume designer Edith Head.…
 
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Book Lust with Nancy Pearl (Seattle Channel)
 
Vietnamese American novelist and professor Viet Thanh Nguyen talks with host Nancy Pearl about his influences and personal history and the process of writing three celebrated books published in less than three years. Nguyen's Pulitzer Prize-winning debut novel, "The Sympathizer," is a gripping espionage tale, which he followed with a companion ...…
 
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Book Lust with Nancy Pearl (Seattle Channel)
 
Award-winning journalist Bonnie Rochman sits down with Nancy Pearl to discuss her book The Gene Machine - How Genetic Technologies Are Changing the Way We Have Kids - and the Kids We Have.
 
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Book Lust with Nancy Pearl (Seattle Channel)
 
Douglas Smith discusses his new book Rasputin: Faith, Power, and the Twilight of the Romanovs and shares how his research dug deep into the story behind one of Russia's most fabled and notorious figures.
 
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Book Lust with Nancy Pearl (Seattle Channel)
 
Seattle novelist Maria Semple, author of the 2012 hit comic novel Where'd You Go Bernadette, joins host Nancy Pearl to talk about her new novel Today Will Be Different, which follows a crazy day in the life of a Seattle mom. Semple shares her thoughts on the process of creating a work of fiction, including writing a first draft and subsequent e ...…
 
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The Seattle Files
 
The mythological creature of Bigfoot has origins in Coast Salish legends and has been a staple of the Northwest for years. While there have been thousands of sightings, there is no clear evidence that the beast actually exists. Today’s Guests: Nancy Guppy was a cast member of KING TV’s late night comedy show “Almost Live” for 10 years. She is c ...…
 
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Book Lust with Nancy Pearl (Seattle Channel)
 
Nancy Pearl talks with award-winning author Adam Haslett about his new novel Imagine Me Gone, a fiercely intimate story of the toll of mental illness and a family facing the ultimate question: how far will we go to save the people we love the most? Haslett discusses his approach to writing, short stories verses novels, the benefits of a MFA and ...…
 
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Book Lust with Nancy Pearl (Seattle Channel)
 
Award-winning writer Guy Gavriel Kay talks about his newest novel, Children of Earth and Sky, the importance of character and story in his books, world-building, and the enduring popularity of fantasy fiction. Many of this Canadian writer's books take place in fictional realms that resemble real places during real historical periods.…
 
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Book Lust with Nancy Pearl (Seattle Channel)
 
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray joins host Nancy Pearl for a special edition of Book Lust. An avid reader, Murray struggled with reading as a young child. Thanks to his mother's love of books and dedicated teachers, he overcame reading difficulties and developed a lifelong passion for books. Murray sits down with Pearl at the Central Library to discuss ...…
 
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Conversations with Enrique Cerna
 
Marcus Green walked away from a successful career in finance and investment in Southern California to return to his South Seattle roots. He wanted to give a voice to the people of South Seattle, an area, he says “that has had so much darkness casted on it via the mainstream media.” So he created a community based web publication called 'South S ...…
 
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City of Seattle Community Technology Advisory Board (CTAB)
 
Topics covered included: Broadband Map and Open Data Initiative by Bruce Blood, Digital Equity Launch and HUD Connect Home project by David Keyes, Wave Franchise renewal schedule by Tony Perez, Seattle Channel diversity report by John Giamberson and Technology Matching Fund by David Keyes.
 
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Book Lust with Nancy Pearl (Seattle Channel)
 
A. O. Scott, film critic for The New York Times and author of Better Living Through Criticism: How to Think About Art, Pleasure, Beauty, and Truth talks with Nancy about what exactly criticism is, its value and role in the film industry. Scott also weighs in on the future of film, what makes for good criticism and the debate on diversity in Hol ...…
 
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That Stack Of Books with Nancy Pearl and Steve Scher - The House of Podcasts
 
When Nancy wrote the first “Book Lust,” she included a section she called three-hankie reads. While we might not agree on books that make us laugh, it seems that books that make you sad touch many of us equally. Then we started to wonder why it is that so many of the books we read in high school are so sad. What do we want kids to learn by assi ...…
 
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Book Lust with Nancy Pearl (Seattle Channel)
 
Elizabeth Strout discusses her new novel My Name is Lucy Barton; how her characters come to life; her major influences as a novelist; and Olive Kitteridge, her Pulitzer Prize-winning collection of linked stories, adapted into an HBO miniseries.
 
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That Stack Of Books with Nancy Pearl and Steve Scher - The House of Podcasts
 
That Stack of Books at Town Hall, October 18th, 2015. Puns, grammar jokes, a festive audience great guests and prizes galore. Our guests, Martha Brockenbrough, founder of National Grammar Day and author of "Things That Make Us (Sic)", and Frida Clements, artist and illustrator, author of "Have a Little Pun." Hope you enjoy our show at Town Hall ...…
 
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City of Seattle Community Technology Advisory Board (CTAB)
 
The October CTAB meeting was held on October 13th, 6:00-8:00 p.m., 700 Fifth Avenue, Room 2750. There was CTO update by Michael Mattmiller, Seattle Channel Diversity Report by John Giamberso, Cable and Broadband Committee update by Amy Hirotaka, Nourisha Wells read Digital Inclusion Committee update, Nourisha Wells read Privacy Committee update ...…
 
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City of Seattle Community Technology Advisory Board (CTAB)
 
Discussion with Mayor Ed Murray about technology & city priorities, update by CTO Michael Mattmiller, Hack-the-Commute, Cable & Broadband committee with vote to approve position statements on cable code revisions and low-income Internet support, E-Gov committee report, Privacy Committee report, Privacy Initiative Advisory Committee report with ...…
 
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City of Seattle Community Technology Advisory Board (CTAB)
 
Discussion with Mayor Ed Murray about technology & city priorities, update by CTO Michael Mattmiller, Hack-the-Commute, Cable & Broadband committee with vote to approve position statements on cable code revisions and low-income Internet support, E-Gov committee report, Privacy Committee report, Privacy Initiative Advisory Committee report with ...…
 
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That Stack Of Books with Nancy Pearl and Steve Scher - The House of Podcasts
 
What books sit on your shelf, waiting for you to finally pull them off and read them? For Nancy Pearl, it's Anthony Trollope. For Steve Scher, it's a number of natural history books. What's on your shelf? Let's follow up with Nancy's suggestion and listen to her interview with the writer Stewart O'Nan. You can find many interviews Nancy has con ...…
 
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City of Seattle Community Technology Advisory Board (CTAB)
 
The February CTTAB meeting was held on February 10, 6:00-8:00 p.m., 700 Fifth Avenue, Room 2750. Candace Faber, via Skype, gave an overview of the Hack The Commute event. There was a report by CTO Michael Mattmiller, an update by Tony Perez on cable code revisions, net neutrality, and discussion of a position statement on low income Internet ac ...…
 
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The Seattle Public Library - Programs & Events
 
The Washington Center for the Book invites everyone to celebrate the 2014 awards. The program in the Microsoft Auditorium will feature emcee Nancy Guppy, host and producer of the Seattle Channel's "Art Zone with Nancy Guppy" and brief readings from the winning titles. A reception, book sales and signing will follow in the Central Library Living ...…
 
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City of Seattle Community Technology Advisory Board (CTAB)
 
City of Seattle Citizens Telecommunications and Technology Advisory Board (CTTAB) meeting of October 14th, 2014. Topics covered included: public broadband study, privacy initiative status and advice needs, Seattle Channel diversity report, new IT Subcabinet, data center update, report on Hack the CD and Municipal Broadband Forum, and committee ...…
 
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City of Seattle Community Technology Advisory Board (CTAB)
 
City of Seattle Citizens Telecommunications and Technology Advisory Board (CTTAB) meeting of April 8, 2014. Topics covered include: Public Comment, Interim Department of Information Technology Director, Comcast cable refranchising, Hacking events, Seattle Channel programs and diversity, and committee reports on broadband, tech matching fund gra ...…
 
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City of Seattle Community Technology Advisory Board (CTAB)
 
Includes report on city technology projects from Erin Devoto, Chief Technology Officer; approx 90 min discussion on cable refranchising community needs and survey w/Tony Perez and w/Cheryl Johnson from CTC Communications; new Seattle Channel Manadate Executive Summary vote to endorse; Get Online for Health Campaign. See more at seattle.gov/cttab…
 
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City of Seattle Community Technology Advisory Board (CTAB)
 
Public Comments, CenturyLink, Broadband and Cable, Digital Inclusion, Seattle Channel, CTTAB Web siteBy CITY OF SEATTLE.
 
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City of Seattle Community Technology Advisory Board (CTAB)
 
Introductions, Public Comments, CTO Report - Erin Devoto, Seattle Channel Marketing Plan - Lori Patrick and John Giamberso, Election of Officers for 2013, Get Online Week - Karen Manuel, Public Engagement Web Committee, Electronic Communications - Sabra Schneider, Announcements.By CITY OF SEATTLE.
 
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City of Seattle Community Technology Advisory Board (CTAB)
 
Introductions, Public Comments, Electronic Communications Report and Discussion - Sabra Schneider, Seattle Channel - John Giamberso, Boost Communities Online Grant projects – Vicky Yuki, Committee reportsBy CITY OF SEATTLE.
 
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City of Seattle Community Technology Advisory Board (CTAB)
 
Introductions, Chair Report, Public Comment, Tech Sector Goals and Roundtable: Sol Villareal, Mayors Office, Seattle Channel: John Giamberso, CTO Director Report: Bill Schrier, Cable Office Report: Tony Perez, Mobile Apps Development: Sabra Schneider, Apps for Seattle Contest, Technology Matching Fund Status: David Keyes, CTTAB Admin.…
 
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The Seattle Public Library - Programs & Events
 
The Seattle Public Library presented a panel discussion about the evolution and future of downtown Seattle on Monday, Feb. 11 at the Central Library. Featured panelists included Seattle City Librarian Deborah L. Jacobs, Seattle Art Museum Director Mimi Gates, John Nesholm of LMN Architects and Greg Smith of Urban Visions. Moderated by The Seatt ...…
 
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Origin Records Video Podcast
 
Two days, 50 musicians, one nordic fishing village in Seattle... The third annual Ballard Jazz Festival, held November 17-19, was a swinging success. The festival, sponsored by the Ballard Chamber of Commerce and Origin Records, featured a full day of jazz clinics, and two nights of concerts and club gigs. The Seattle Channel spent some time cr ...…
 
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