The Record

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Coming up on The Record, 7/29: a recommendation from book hugger Nancy Pearl, the story of Nell Pickerell, and the history of the Second Amendment

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Winter Olympics
3:10 pm
Tue November 12, 2013

A Look Inside Russia's Domestic Situtation Ahead Of Sochi

Sochi is busy preparing for the upcoming Winter Olympics, but what's the atmosphere beyond the hype?
Flickr Photo/Stefan Krasowski

Marcie Sillman talks with James Coomarasamy, host of BBC's Newshour and former Moscow correspondent, about the domestic situation within Russia ahead of the Sochi Olympics, including growing opposition to President Putin.

Special Session Closes
3:10 pm
Tue November 12, 2013

King County's Response To Stalled Transporation Package

Flickr Photo/Canadian Pacific

Marcie Sillman speaks with King County Executive Dow Constantine about how the county hopes to address transportation funding in light of the state legislature not taking up a transportation package before closing the special session over the weekend.

World Powers Meeting
3:10 pm
Tue November 12, 2013

Nuclear Talks With Iran Stall Over Weekend in Geneva

Secretary of State John Kerry addresses media in Geneva over the weekend at the conclusion of the P5+1 talks on Iran's nuclear program.

Marcie Sillman interviews Kenneth Pollack, senior fellow at the Saban Center for Middle East Policy at the Brooking Institute, about the status of a deal to curb Iran's nuclear program between the US, Great Britain, France, Russia, China, Germany and Iran.

Chris Hadfield
3:10 pm
Tue November 12, 2013

Astronaut Embraces Social Media To Share The Wonders Of Space Travel

Expedition 35 Commander Chris Hadfield of the Canadian Space Agency rests after his capsule landed in Kazakhstan on May 14, 2013.
Credit Flickr Photo/NASA HQ Photo

Steve Scher talks to Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield about his time on the space station, his viral YouTube video and his new book, "An Astronaut’s Guide To Life On Earth: What Going To Space Taught Me About Ingenuity, Determination, And Being Prepared For Anything.”

Stab In The Dark
2:11 pm
Tue November 12, 2013

Yes, Researchers Say, You Should Be Afraid Of The Dark

Jefferson Avenue in Richmond, Va. at night -- in 1960. Even with streetlights, shadows loom.
Credit Library of Virginia Photo

Shadows loom at night, and you may watch your back more. But is there actually more crime under the cover of darkness? A new report says yes.

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Business
11:42 am
Tue November 12, 2013

Rich Barton: Local Entrepreneur Goes Global

Rich Barton, creator of Expedia and Zillow.
Flickr Photo/Erik Hersman

Ross Reynolds interviewed Rich Barton, a former Microsoft executive who went on to create the online travel site Expedia and the co-found the online real estate database Zillow.

Barton was invited to this year’s Global Entrepreneurial Summit to give a keynote speech and offer his knowledge to budding entrepreneurs, most of whom hailed from North Africa and the Middle East.

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FCC
4:31 pm
Fri November 8, 2013

Starting Your Own Low Power FM Radio Station

The FCC is currently accepting applications for new low-power FM radio stations. The Record's Marcie Sillman speaks with Sabrina Roach of Brown Paper Tickets about what groups are applying for licenses.

Health Care Reform
4:28 pm
Fri November 8, 2013

Insurance Coverage Of Mental Health Services Grows Under Affordable Care Act

Ross Reynolds talk with Amnon Shoenfeld, the director of King County’s Mental Health, Chemical Abuse and Dependency Services Division, about the new health care regulations for insurance companies.

Music
4:27 pm
Fri November 8, 2013

Barsuk Records Celebrates 15 Years Putting Out The Music They Love

Steve Scher talks with Barsuk Records co-founder Josh Rosenfeld. The Seattle company is celebrating 15 years in the music business.

Good Reads
4:18 pm
Fri November 8, 2013

Nancy Pearl's Book Picks

Steve Scher and Nancy Pearl
KUOW Photo/Serene Careaga

Steve Scher talks to Nancy Pearl about "After the River The Sun" and "The Signature of All Things."  Also,  listener Jenna Bean Veatch of Capitol Hill gets a few recommendations for beautiful books.

If you want a recommendation write record@kuow.org with "Nancy Pearl Suggestions" in the subject line.

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D.C. Battles
3:51 pm
Fri November 8, 2013

Sen. Patty Murray Speaks Out On Employment Non-Discrimination Bill

Marcie Sillman interviews Sen. Patty Murray about Boeing's future in Washington state, the Employment Non-Discrimination Bill, and budget battles in Washington, D.C.

Corporate Taxes
3:49 pm
Fri November 8, 2013

When Did Taxes Become A Bargaining Tool?

David Leonhardt's "Here's the Deal."

Ross Reynolds talks with David Leonhardt, Washington bureau chief of the New York Times and author of "Here's the Deal: How Washington Can Solve the Deficit and Spur Growth."

Aerospace
3:47 pm
Fri November 8, 2013

No Deal In Sight Between Boeing And Machinists Union

Flickr Photo/Chuck Taylor (CC BY-NC-ND)

Marcie Sillman talks with Seattle Times aerospace reporter Dominic Gates about negotiations between Boeing and Machinists District 751 to build the 777X in Everett.

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History
10:00 am
Fri November 8, 2013

When Fishing Was The Common Language During Strained US-Soviet Relations

A copy of Life Magazine details the joint fishing venture between the US-Societ Union during the Cold War.
Courtesy of Lincoln County Historical Society

In the competitive world of fishing, joining forces can be tough work. It’s even more difficult if the two parties are superpowers at the height of Cold War tensions.

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Budget
4:28 pm
Thu November 7, 2013

Seattle Parks Face $250 Million Maintenance Backlog

Green Lake, Seattle's most popular park, is not immune to the repair backlog choking the city.
Flickr Photo/Frank Fujimoto

Ross Reynolds investigates how the city's approximate $250 million repair and upgrade backlog looks like on the ground at Seattle's most popular park — Green Lake in North Seattle.

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