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Coming up on The Record, 4/23: Washington's health care enrollment results, survivor of the South Park attacks opens up, and challenges facing caregivers

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Local Food
7:43 am
Wed January 29, 2014

Exploring Artisan Cheese Of The Northwest

The Pacific Northwest is home to a variety of artisan cheese.
Flickr Photo/Skånska Matupplevelser

Marcie Sillman sits down with cheese writer Tami Parr about local artisan cheese and her latest book, "Pacific Northwest Cheese: A History."

Police Reform
7:43 am
Wed January 29, 2014

Changes To The Upper Brass At Seattle Police Department

The Seattle Police Department will see changes to the upper brass.
Flickr Photo/Dmitri Fedortchenko

Steve Scher talks with Seattle Times reporter Steve Miletich about the changes at the Seattle Police Department.

Diplomacy
7:43 am
Wed January 29, 2014

Kenneth Bae's Sister, Mother Attend State Of The Union

Lynnwood resident Kenneth Bae has been imprisoned in North Korea for 15 months.
Bae family Freekennow.com

David Hyde hears from Terri Chung about her experience attending Tuesday’s State of the Union address. She is the sister of Lynnwood resident Kenneth Bae, who has been imprisoned in North Korea for 15 months.

Health
4:11 pm
Tue January 28, 2014

How Crunching Big Data Could Save Our Lives

Daniela Witten, assistant professor of biostatistics at the University of Washington.
Courtesy of Daniela Witten

Marcie Sillman speaks with Daniela Witten, assistant professor of biostatistics at the University of Washington, about why she is teaching machines to read the data inside human bodies. 

Poetry
4:11 pm
Tue January 28, 2014

Elizabeth Austen Named 2014 Washington State Poet Laureate

Washington state's new poet laureate Elizabeth Austen.
Courtesy of Fat Yeti Photography

Elizabeth Austen has been bringing poetry to KUOW listeners since 2001. Now, her audience is going to get even bigger.

Austen was recently named Washington’s next poet laureate. An accomplished poet herself, her goal in the new role is to reach out to all 39 counties in the state with workshops, readings and poet interviews: to “celebrate and highlight” the wealth of resources available in Washington to writers and readers alike.

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Sports
4:09 pm
Tue January 28, 2014

What It's Like To Cover The Super Bowl

The Seattle Seahawks face the Denver Broncos for Super Bowl XLVIII.
Flickr Photo/Matthew Black

David Hyde catches up with Jerry Brewer, Seattle Times columnist and radio host, about what it's like to cover the Super Bowl.

Gun Background Check
4:07 pm
Tue January 28, 2014

Dueling Gun Bills Get A Hearing In Olympia

State Representative Laurie Jinkins (left) and Senator Mike Padden.
Washington State Legislature

Steve Scher talks with state Representative Laurie Jinkins, D-Tacoma, and state Senator Mike Padden, R-Spokane Valley, about two opposing gun background check proposals holding public hearings in Olympia this week.

Book Interview
4:07 pm
Tue January 28, 2014

Sex and Synapses: Rethinking Female Sexuality

Naomi Wolf's book "Vagina: A New Biography."

Steve Scher sits down with feminist writer Naomi Wolf to talk about her book, "Vagina: A New Biography." In it she explores the scientific and cultural connections between the human brain and female sexuality.

This interview originally aired on December 4, 2012.

Political Spending
4:05 pm
Tue January 28, 2014

Who's Really Paying For Those Political Campaign Ads?

In 2010, the U.S. Supreme Court held that political spending is protected under the First Amendment.
Flickr Photo/Wally Gobetz

David Hyde talks with Rick Hasen, a law professor at the University of California, Irvine, about the fourth anniversary of the landmark U.S. Supreme Court case: Citizens United v. Federal Election Committee.

President Obama
4:03 pm
Tue January 28, 2014

Revisiting The Last State Of The Union

President Barack Obama will deliver the State of the Union address on Tuesday, January 28.
Flickr photo/Muhammad Ghafari

David Hyde talks with David Gergen, former presidential advisor, CNN political analyst and professor at the Harvard Kennedy School, about President Barack Obama's last State of the Union address and whether he met his goals for 2013.

Author Interview
1:27 pm
Tue January 28, 2014

Exploring Relationships Through Time And Space

Author Ruth Ozeki in the KUOW studios.
KUOW Photo/Bond Huberman

Steve Scher talks with author Ruth Ozeki about her latest novel, "A Tale For The Time Being."

Music
10:50 am
Tue January 28, 2014

Grammys 2014: Big Night For Seattle Musicians

Ryan Lewis, left, and Macklemore accept the award for best new artist at the 2014 Grammy Awards.
AP Photo/Matt Sayles

David Hyde checks in with NPR pop music correspondent Ann Powers on what Macklemore and Ryan Lewis' big Grammy sweep means for the Northwest music scene.

Word Blitz
4:19 pm
Mon January 27, 2014

5 Football Terms Every Seahawks Fan Should Know

The Legion of Boom bus.
Credit Flickr Photo/Dena Rosko (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Just like learning acronyms at a new workplace, catching on to the Seahawks’ lexicon can be daunting for the uninitiated. Ben Zimmer, linguist and self-described “word nerd,” helps us break down the terms that are flying around as often as a 12th Man flag.

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Health
4:03 pm
Mon January 27, 2014

Science Check: Don't Trust Everything You Read

Not all science is solid, says columnist George Johnson.
Flickr Photo/International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center

Steve Scher talks with New York Times' Raw Data columnist George Johnson about the trouble of irreproducible studies.

Income Inequality
4:03 pm
Mon January 27, 2014

Will Raising The Minimum Wage Rescue The Economy?

Jim McTague of Barron's says raising the minimum wage won't solve unemployment and poverty.
Flickr Photo/Tax Credits (CC BY-NC-ND)

David Hyde talks with Jim McTague, of financial magazine Barron's, about income inequality and why  he says raising the minimum wage is a "crowd-pleaser" solution.

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