Bill hosts The Record and Week In Review.
After starting with KUOW as a University of Washington student in 1985, Bill was KUOW's morning host in the '90s and the creator of the past show Rewind, a news-satire show heard on KUOW and nationwide on NPR.
Bill moved away to Southern California to host American Public Media's Weekend America and Marketplace Morning Report. He returned to KUOW in 2012.
The northern border remains closed (for some), Bezos goes to space, and wildfire season is officially here. All that, this week.
Bill Radke reviews the week’s news with Seattle Times investigative editor Jonathan Martin, political analyst and contributing columnist Joni Balter, and Seattle Met deputy editor Allison Williams.
An emergency drought declaration, the case of the missing texts, and the sky is falling (over the freeway). Discussing what happened, this week.
Bill Radke reviews the week’s news with Seattle City Council Insight founder and writer Kevin Schofield, Publicola publisher and editor Erica C Barnett, and author of the Wild West News letter on Substack, Eli Sanders.
Bill Radke reviews the week’s news with Crosscut reporter Hannah Weinburger, South Seattle Emerald publisher and Seattle Times columnist Marcus Harrison Green, and Crosscut's Editor-at-Large Knute Berger.
A heat wave hits the west, COVID restrictions are lifting, and revitalization efforts begin in Seattle, this week
Bill Radke reviews the week's news with Q13 reporter Jennifer Lee, Seattle Channel host and producer Brian Callanan, and Kitsap Sun reporter Joshua Farley.
The fossil trade is booming right now -- but what do you need to know before you go digging in your backyard? Plus, a primer on summer eats and current pandemic restaurant etiquette. We get an update on wildfire season and what the state is doing for prevention. And, a preview with On Point before The Record goes on summer break.
Preparing for a summer outdoors calls for preparation. Washington Trails Association gives us some creative ways to plan our next hike.
We already knew that Amazon is a competitive workplace. But internal documents obtained by the Seattle Times reveal just how competitive.
Musician and KEXP radio host Eva Walker joins Café Racer owner Jeff Ramsey to talk about what they’re listening to and what might be on playlists this summer. And Jack Timmons, owner of Jack’s BBQ, gives tips and tricks for the grill. You’ll also hear from Tracy Taylor of Elliott Bay Books on how independent bookstores managed the pandemic along with some titles for summer reading.
The city’s eviction ban will be around for another three months, meaning folks who are hurting financially can stay in their homes, even if they can't afford rent. But the extension only delays a reckoning over housing that could have disastrous consequences.
The Biden administration is gradually reuniting families separated at the Mexico border under President Trump. For author Judy Temes, the scene feels familiar. She tells Bill Radke about that, and her new memoir "Girl Left Behind." Plus, how the pandemic has shaped one college student's career plans, and the trials and triumphs of pandemic dating.