Bill hosts Week In Review.
Before that, he created and hosted the NPR humor show Rewind and hosted the Marketplace Morning Report, covering the day's national/international business news.
He's been a KUOW reporter, news director and interview host; also, a stand-comedian and Seattle P-I newspaper columnist.
Week in Review: drug enforcement, wildfires, and cash
Bill Radke discusses the week’s news with freelance science journalist Jane C. Hu, Geekwire’s Mike Lewis, and Seattle Times Patrick Malone.
A new WA apple is on the way
Get ready for a new Washington state apple that combines the sweet Honeycrisp and the firm, tasty Pink Lady.
Words In Review: 'Follow your passions!'
Hey, grads: University of Washington psychology professor Sapna Cheryan explains why following your passions is not enough or why it might send the wrong message.
Week in Review: Amazon, politics, and mosquitos
Bill Radke discusses the week’s news with political analyst Joni Balter, Puget Sound Business Journal’s Alex Halverson, and KUOW’s David Hyde.
Words In Review: Is the PNW 'weird'? Is anything?
Bill Radke asks what's weird, if so many things are weird. With author and scholar Erik Davis.
Words In Review: How 'gubernatorial' steered into our language
Bill Radke and UW Classic Prof. Sarah Stroup go to the rocky Mediterranean to learn why we say "governor" but also "gubernatorial"
Week in Review: drug law, election issues, and A.I.
Bill Radke discusses the week’s news with Axios Melissa Santos, Seattle Times Jonathan Martin, and KUOW’s Dyer Oxley.
Words In Review: Can the PNW be on 'island time'?
Is "island time" a tropical thing? Or can the PNW be on IT, too?
Week in Review: Candidates for Governor, the “end” of COVID-19, and right turns on red
Bill Radke discusses the week’s news with political analyst and contributing columnist Joni Balter, Seattle Times Amanda Zhou, and KUOW’s Monica Nickelsburg.
A linguist hears your complaints about colloquial English: Words In Review