The Record

Monday - Friday, noon - 2:00 p.m. on KUOW

Coming up on The Record, 4/17: Seattle Art Museum's out-going education director, Seattle's urban villages, and third gender option in India

Most show segments are available online and as podcasts by 5 p.m. the day that they air.

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Gardening
3:32 pm
Wed January 8, 2014

Garden Dreamin' On Such A Winter's Day

Take advantage of the Northwest's mild winter by getting a head start on your gardening.
Flickr Photo/sea turtle

Marcie Sillman talks with garden writer Marty Wingate about winter planting.

Drugs
3:23 pm
Wed January 8, 2014

Heroin Use Is On The Rise, Young Adults Increasing Most

Found in Seattle's Belltown area.
Credit Flickr Photo/Crashworks

Marcie Sillman talks with Caleb Banta-Green, an addiction and drug expert from the University of Washington,  about heroin trends across Washington state.

Seattle Police
3:23 pm
Wed January 8, 2014

King County NAACP President Says New Interim Police Chief A Disappointment

Gerald Hankerson
From Gerald Hankerson's Facebook page.

Marcie Sillman talks with King County NAACP president Gerald Hankerson about Murray's new appointment of Harry Bailey as the interim police chief.

Seattle Police
3:23 pm
Wed January 8, 2014

Mayor Murray Appoints New Seattle Interim Police Chief

Former interim Seattle Police Chief Jim Pugel.

Ross Reynolds talks to KUOW reporter Amy Radil about Seattle Mayor Ed Murray's appointment of former assistant chief Harry Bailey as the new interim police chief to replace Jim Pugel.

Education
3:23 pm
Wed January 8, 2014

New Federal Classroom Discipline Guidelines

Ross Reynolds talks to KUOW education reporter Ann Dornfeld about the federal government's new recommendations for classroom discipline.

News From Canada
10:47 am
Wed January 8, 2014

Another Crude Oil Freight Train Derails In Canada

Ross Reynolds talks with Vancouver Sun columnist Vaughn Palmer regarding the latest news from Canada.

Community
9:25 am
Wed January 8, 2014

Love Your Neighbor On Seattle's Appreciation Day

From helping mow lawns to loud garage music, listeners share their stories of good and bad neighbors.
Flickr Photo/Paul Sableman

February 8 is Seattle's 20th Annual Neighbor Appreciation Day. In recognition of the event, KUOW listeners have been reaching out all week to share their stories of neighbors, both good and bad.

To get tips on planning an activity for Neighbor Appreciation Day, visit Seattle's Neighbor Appreciation Day page.

Labor & Unions
7:47 am
Wed January 8, 2014

Former SEIU President Andy Stern On Minimum Wage, Boeing

Ross Reynolds talks with Andy Stern, former president of the Service Employees International union, about the move for a $15 minimum wage, the Boeing machinists approval of a Boeing contract, and how he views his dramatic move to take the SEIU out of the AFL-CIO looks nine years later.

Federal Reserve
3:30 pm
Tue January 7, 2014

What Exactly Does The Head Of The Fed Do?

Flickr Photo/Tim Evanson

Ross Reynolds talks to Washington Post Economics columnist Neil Irwin about what the The Federal Reserve System is and what exactly the chair of the Fed does.

Gun Control
3:17 pm
Tue January 7, 2014

A Tale Of Two Gun Control Initiatives

Flickr Photo/geojanitor

Ross Reynolds hears about Initiative 591 from Philip Watson on behalf of the "Protect Our Gun Rights" campaign, and about Initiative 594 from Reverend Sandy Brown on behalf of the "Alliance for Gun Responsibility."

Campaign Finance
3:16 pm
Tue January 7, 2014

How The Koch Brothers Raised $400 Million In Anonymous Campaign Funds

Marcie Sillman talks with Washington Post reporter Matea Gold about the Koch brothers involvement in a complex network of political donors to avoid campaign finance laws.

Technology
3:12 pm
Tue January 7, 2014

Is Biohacking Just Misunderstood?

Ross Reynolds talks with double-RFID implantee and self-described DIY biohacker Amal Graafstra who runs a business called Dangerous Things that helps people implant RFID chips into their body to open doors, start motorcycles and log onto computers. 

48 And Overcast
10:59 am
Tue January 7, 2014

Atmospheric Conspiracy Behind Our Mild Winter Weather

Lots of rain and clouds, but few arctic storms. Why is the Northwest immune?
Flickr Photo/Jonathan Cohen

The East Coast is getting hammered by a “polar vortex” of low pressure that has moved south from the North Pole.

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Books And Guns
10:02 am
Tue January 7, 2014

Why Seattle Public Library Surrendered Its Gun Ban

Seattle Public Library lifted its gun ban in November after a patron complained that the library rule was breaking the law.
Credit Flickr Photo/Frank Fujimoto

When Seattle Public Library lifted its ban on guns in early November, officials there said they had done so because patrons had complained.  

Internal library emails reveal that there was just one patron complaint in several years – a man with a Yahoo email account who didn’t identify himself as either a patron or Seattle resident.

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Labor Dispute
2:50 pm
Mon January 6, 2014

Some Local Machinists Asking For A Recount Of Boeing Contract Vote

James White, a Boeing machinist, said that he voted against the contract and dressed as Captain America to encourage others to do the same at the Everett Machinists Union vote last week.
KUOW Photo/Joshua McNichols

Marcie Sillman talks with Connie Kelliher, spokesperson for Machinists Union District Lodge 751, about Friday's vote to approve Boeing's contract extension proposal.

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