Andy Hurst

Producer, The Record

Andy Hurst has worked in public radio for nearly a decade. He's a producer for KUOW's midday newsmagazine, The Record. He's also worked as a producer for both Weekday and The Conversation.

Before shifting gears to producing, Andy spent more than six years behind the microphone at KUOW. His voice could be heard just about everywhere on the KUOW schedule: middays, morning and afternoon drive, evenings, overnights and weekends. Andy joined the station in 2006 as an announcer for KUOW2. 

He started his career at Northwest Public Radio in Pullman, Wash., where he was the local host for Weekend Edition and backup host for Morning Edition and All Things Considered.

In his spare time, Andy likes digging through record crates, going to shows, and watching documentaries. He's also a long suffering Seattle sports fan. Please send help.

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Defending Super Bowl Champs
3:09 pm
Thu September 4, 2014

What You Didn't Know About Seattle Seahawks Star Russell Wilson

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson holds up the frontpage proclaiming their championship during a post-Super Bowl rally in February.
Flickr Photo/scottlum (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Marcie Sillman talks with Sport Press Northwest co-founder Art Thiel about his new book about the Seattle Seahawks' Super Bowl-winning quarterback called "Russell Wilson: Standing Tall."

K-12 Funding
2:58 pm
Wed September 3, 2014

McCleary Showdown: How Lawmakers Might Be Punished By State Supreme Court

Flickr Photo/Alan Cordova (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Marcie Sillman talks with Seattle attorney Phil Talmadge about the ongoing showdown between the State Supreme Court and the Washington State Legislature over funding K-12 education. Talmadge is a former state supreme court justice and a former state senator.

McCleary Decision
2:20 pm
Tue September 2, 2014

State Supreme Court To Consider Punishing Lawmakers Over Eductation Funding

Flickr Photo/amrufm (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Ross Reynolds talks with Olympia correspondent Austin Jenkins about the ongoing showdown between the Washington State Supreme Court and state lawmakers over funding public education.

Bumbershoot
2:32 pm
Fri August 29, 2014

Are Music Festivals Getting Too Big And Corporate?

Flickr Photo/Seattle Municipal Archives (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Ross Reynolds talks with music journalist and author Charles R. Cross about music festivals in the Pacific Northwest. Have they become too big and corporate?

Police Surveillance
1:58 pm
Wed August 27, 2014

Secret Surveillance In Tacoma: Police Collecting Cell Phone Records

Marcie Sillman talks with Tacoma News Tribune reporter Kate Martin about a surveillance device being used by the Tacoma Police Department that sweeps up meta data from cell phones.

Police Reform
1:52 pm
Mon August 25, 2014

ACLU President On Ferguson: 'The Beginning Of Change Is Awareness'

A Seattle march in support of Michael Brown and the protesters in Ferguson, MO.
Flickr Photo/Joe Wolf (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Marcie Sillman talks with ACLU president Susan Herman about the recent events in Ferguson, Missouri, following an officer shooting of an unarmed teenager.

Action Comics #1
2:40 pm
Fri August 22, 2014

Federal Way Man Auctions Most Valuable Comic Ever

Credit The cover of "Action Comics: Number 1"

Ross Reynolds talks with Darren Adams, owner of the Federal Way comic book store Pristine Comics, about why he's auctioning off the most valuable comic of all time: "Action Comics #1" from 1938.

Technology
8:59 am
Thu August 21, 2014

Seattle: Up In The Computing Clouds

Computer servers in California
Credit Flickr photo / Roy Kaltschmidt (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Ross Reynolds talks with Wall Street Journal technology reporter Shira Ovide about Seattle's role in cloud computing.

Police Force
2:46 pm
Tue August 19, 2014

How Do Police Departments End Up With Military Equipment?

A member of the Emergency Response Team at the Nike Women's Half Marathon in Washington, D.C., this year.
Flickr Photo/The Q Speaks (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Ross Reynolds talks with Al Jazeera America correspondent Sebastian Walker about why police departments in the United States are acquiring military equipment.

Live From South Lake Union
2:48 pm
Fri August 15, 2014

Unraveling The Past, Present And Future Of SLU, Seattle

The growing buildings of the South Lake Union district rise behind the Center for Wooden Boats.
KUOW Photo/Bond Huberman

With our toes dangling in the water, and seaplanes flying overhead, KUOW’s The Record comes to you live from the Center for Wooden Boats on South Lake Union.

Today, we immerse ourselves in the neighborhood, speaking with residents, business owners and workers to discover what’s behind one of Seattle’s fastest growing neighborhoods.

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War In Afghanistan
3:26 pm
Thu August 14, 2014

'Kill Team' Soldiers From JBLM Profiled In New Documentary

A still from the trailer for "Kill Team"
Credit YouTube

Marcie Sillman talks with filmmaker Dan Krauss about his new documentary, "The Kill Team." The film features the story of Private Adam Winfield, who attempted to warn the military of war crimes against innocent civilians in Afghanistan. He later plead guilty to involvement in a killing and was sentenced for three years in prison.

Seattle Housing
2:52 pm
Tue August 12, 2014

Under New Housing Proposal, Rents Will Rise Even If Income Doesn't

Ross Reynolds talks with Andrew Lofton, Seattle Housing Authority executive director, about a new proposal that would change how tenants are charged for rent. Also, Marcie Sillman gets reaction to the proposal from Jonathan Grant, executive director of the Tenants Union of Washington State.

Mass Transit
2:46 pm
Thu August 7, 2014

Monorail: The Seattle Transportation Idea That Won't Die

The monorail station at Seattle Center.
Flickr Photo/Andy Nash (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Ross Reynolds talks with activist Elizabeth Campbell about her voter initiative to fund planning to build a monorail line in Seattle. Then, Reynolds talks with Crosscut's Knute Berger about the political history of the monorail.

Election Returns
3:18 pm
Wed August 6, 2014

A Look Ahead To Fall's Congressional And State Legislative Campaigns

Credit KUOW Photo/Liz Jones

Ross Reynolds talks with Austin Jenkins of the Northwest News Network about what the August primary election returns say about this fall's state legislative races. Also, Reynolds talks with political strategist Randy Pepple about what the August 5 primary election means for Republicans.

Mental Health
3:03 pm
Tue August 5, 2014

Western State Hospital Faces Lawsuit Over Wait Times

Ross Reynolds talks with Snohomish County public defender Cassie Trueblood about a civil rights lawsuit filed in federal court against Western State Hospital.

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