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Best Spokane Public Radio podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Spokane Public Radio podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Movies 101 began mid-1999, as Spokane Public Radio's KSFC started establishing itself as a separate news and information service. As KSFC as matured, so did Movies 101. The show has also been picked up on KPBX and has a loyal fan base, Friday evenings at 6:30pm. Movies 101 is produced by Spokane Public Radio Music and Arts Producer, Jim Tevenan.
 
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.
 
A bi-monthly public affairs radio program that airs live on the 2nd, 4th and 5th Mondays of the month at 3pm (PST), on KYRS Radio, 88.1FM and 92.3FM, in Medical Lake/Spokane, WA. The program educates listeners about the diversity of spiritual and religious views and practices; examines current local, national and international issues through a spiritual lens; and challenges the ways in which organized religion has been, and is currently being, used as a weapon of oppression. www.revolutionar ...
 
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Today on Inland Journal, the coronavirus and rare diseases. Later, we’ll talk with a Spokane woman who has a daughter with what is considered a rare disease and her passion to help other families who have their struggles with rare diseases. But first, we learned Wednesday that, any day now, the federal Department of Health and Human Services will s…
 
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…
 
Today on Inland Journal and the Inland Journal podcast, WSU researchers say people of color and who live in low-income neighborhoods are more likely to die prematurely than those who live in more affluent places. “Some of it we can attribute to things like housing quality. We know that housing, we don’t think of that as a health intervention, but a…
 
Today on Inland Journal and the Inland Journal podcast, a Spokane man has created a book based on his father’s letters home as a soldier fighting World War II in Europe. “When my father was drafted in the Army, he made a promise to his folks that he would write whenever he could and he kept his promise, based upon all these letters. This is just a …
 
Nancy Roth and Verne Windham interview Jess Walter about his book of short stories, We Live in Water. Jess Walter, a former National Book Award finalist and winner of the Edgar Allan Poe Award, is the author of six novels, one book of short stories and one nonfiction book. His work has been translated into 32 languages, and his fiction has been sel…
 
The Pied Piper was one of the first locally produced programs ever aired on Spokane Public Radio. It made its debut in 1980, the same year SPR went on the air. The Pied Piper was concieved as an "imaginative family listening" program. Episodes featured storytelling, music, poetry, and more. Stay tuned as SPR celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2020.…
 
Published in 1895, “Fenimore Cooper's Literary Offenses was written as a satire and criticism of the writings of fellow American author, James Fenimore Cooper. T he essay claims Cooper is guilty of verbose writing, poor plotting, glaring inconsistencies, overused clichés, cardboard characterizations, and a host of similar "offenses."…
 
Published in 1880, A Tramp Abroad details a journey by Mark Twain, with his friend Harris (a character created for the book, and based on his closest friend, Joseph Twichell), through central and southern Europe. Roughing It follows the travels of young Mark Twain through the Wild West during the years 1861–1867. It was published in 1872.…
 
Published in 1885, “The Private History of a Campaign that Failed” is a highly fictionalized memoir of Mark Twain's two-week stint in the pro-Confederate Missouri State Guar d. Also in this episode is "The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County," which was Twain's first great success as a writer and brought him national attention upon its publi…
 
Today on Inland Journal, two stories from Spokane’s medical schools. The University of Washington and Gonzaga are teaching the next generation of doctors about how to become leaders. “We hear from our community partners when we work in the clinical setting that doctors don’t have the leadership skills necessary for the roles that they’re foisted in…
 
Old Times on the Mississippi was originally published in the Atlantic Monthly in 1875. In these stories, Twain tells of his experience working on riverboats on the Mississippi River. Old Times on the Mississippi was later incorporated in to Twain's larger work, Life on the Mississippi , published in 1883. Tom Bacon reads these classic Mark Twain ta…
 
Old Times on the Mississippi was originally published in the Atlantic Monthly in 1875. In these stories, Twain tells of his experience working on riverboats on the Mississippi River. Old Times on the Mississippi was later incorporated in to Twain's larger work, Life on the Mississippi , published in 1883. Tom Bacon reads these classic Mark Twain ta…
 
Old Times on the Mississippi was originally published in the Atlantic Monthly in 1875. In these stories, Twain tells of his experience working on riverboats on the Mississippi River. Old Times on the Mississippi was later incorporated in to Twain's larger work, Life on the Mississippi , published in 1883. Tom Bacon reads these classic Mark Twain ta…
 
Today on Inland Journal, Spokane moves one step closer to determining whether it should consider modernizing its jail or building a new one. "I think the best financial situation for Spokane would be to put in place these initiatives and continue to expand on them so there would not need to be any new construction.”…
 
Wildfire prevention will be a prominent part of the Washington legislature’s agenda in 2020. Lands Commissioner Hilary Franz is proposing the state create a new Wildfire Prevention and Preparedness Account. “Every year, on average, we’re spending about $153 million just to respond to fires," Franz said. "The fact is we will not be able to change th…
 
Today on Inland Journal, a Washington oral health program for children is celebrating 20 years of caring for kids. The Access to Baby and Child Dentistry program, or ABCD, actually started in Spokane in 1995 at a time when only one-in-five children received dental checkups. Many families couldn’t afford visits to the dentist. Spokane dentists, phys…
 
Today on Inland Journal, we look at Washington’s foster care system. This fall, Ross Hunter, the head of Washington’s Department of Children, Youth and Families wrote a column for his agency’s website. He talked about his department’s plans to improve the foster care system, both for children and for foster families. Washington, he says, has about …
 
Today on the Inland Journal podcast, brewing with a social purpose. We bring you the story of two Spokane home brewers who have just launched what they call a “social purpose corporation brewery.” “Our mission statement is the provide the Inland Northwest with high quality craft beer with a social cause and that is to help fund biomedical research …
 
Today on the Inland Journal podcast, helping people who go out and have a drink or two determine when it’s ok to drive home and when they should call a cab. Think Twice, a Bellevue, Washington-based company, is marketing what it calls a single-use breathalyzer. That’s a device that someone who has been drinking can blow into and determine in short …
 
Today on Inland Journal, two segments about the health of forests in our region. Later, we’ll hear part of a session from a Western Governors Association workshop conducted Tuesday in Post Falls. It focused on improving the resilience of forests in the region. But first, this week, Washington state Lands Commissioner Hilary Franz released a plan to…
 
Tonight [Thursday], KSPS Public Television airs a new documentary called “Capturing History.” It’s about three early 20th century photographers whose pictures tell us a lot about our collective history in Spokane and in the Okanogan Valley. We talked with the documentary’s producer, Mary DeCesare, its executive producer, Jim Zimmer, and the narrato…
 
Today on Inland Journal, two items about making improvements to Spokane County’s criminal justice system. We’ll hear about expanding a well-received program that pairs police officers and mental health professionals on patrol. And a task force studying Spokane’s criminal justice system is coming to consensus on a variety of measures meant to ease t…
 
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