Related Program: The Record The Mooch and Apu: How does race play into comedy? By Bill Radke, Amina Al-Sadi & Jason Pagano • Aug 3, 2017 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Comedian Hari Kondabolu at the Museum Theatre in Chennai on January 5, 2012. Flickr Photo/US Consulate Chennai (CC BY-ND 2.0) https://flic.kr/p/b8hDHa Listen Listening... / 14:18 Bill Radke talks to comedians Liz Miele and Hari Kondabolu about representation and race in comedy. Is it okay to make fun of Anthony Scaramucci? What's the problem with the Simpson's character Apu? Tags: racecomedyTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content What does all this smoke in Seattle mean for your health? By Matt Martin & Bill Radke • Aug 3, 2017 KUOW Photo/Megan Farmer Listen Listening... / 7:00 There are more than 20 wildfires burning in British Columbia right now, but that’s just one reason why the air in Seattle is junk right now. Marginalized find community in Seattle with slam poetry By Matt Martin & Bill Radke • Aug 3, 2017 KUOW Photo/Megan Farmer Listen Listening... / 17:08 Bill Radke speaks with Ian Martinez and Elisa Chavez about identity and slam poetry. The duo are members of the Rain City Poetry Slam. They will be competing at the national slam poetry competition in Denver on August 12.