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Caroline Chamberlain Gomez

Podcast Producer

About

Caroline Chamberlain is KUOW’s podcast producer. Currently she is the producer of Second Wave, an American story that begins in Vietnam. Previously, she produced segments for KUOW’s midday news show The Record. Before moving to Seattle, Caroline was the Managing Producer of KCRW’s DnA, a show about design and architecture in Los Angeles and beyond. While at KCRW, she also worked on Good Food, hosted by Evan Kleiman. Born and raised in Southern California, she received her undergraduate degree at UCLA where she studied history and also worked for The Daily Bruin.

Podcasts

Stories

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    This squirrel puppet won't judge

    Plenty of people are struggling with their mental health through this long pandemic. Some are finding community online. We’ll meet a TikTok creator who’s roaming Orcas Island with a squirrel puppet who preaches non-judgement.

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    Seattle Now

    Charge your laptops, remote school might be back

    It's "refresh your email and wait for an update to find out if your kid has school tomorrow" time, as Omicron has begun to force closures due to short staffing and safety concerns. KUOW's Ann Dornfeld explains how Seattle is handling the pressure to keep schools open.

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    It'll melt

    The first big snow of winter is mostly behind us, but if you’ve been trying to get around recently you’ve likely got a story to tell about it.

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    Seattle Now

    Omicron update

    The Omicron variant is spreading quickly, and it’s likely there'll be a significant increase in cases over the next couple of weeks. UW Medicine's Dr. Christine Johnston gives us an update.

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    Seattle Now

    The Primal Scream Line

    Another favorite story from 2021, about a hotline for stressed-out parents to vent about the new pandemic reality.

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    Seattle Now

    WA's long-term care insurance on hold

    A first-in-the-nation program to help Washingtonians pay long-term healthcare costs is on hold, just two weeks before it was about to start. KUOW’s Olympia correspondent Austin Jenkins catches us up on the future of the Washington Cares program.

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    Seattle Now

    The scientist behind the perfect Christmas tree

    Christmas trees are big business here in the Pacific Northwest, and that's thanks to WSU plant pathologist Gary Chastagner, who has studied what makes the perfect tree for four decades. We take a trip to Pfaff's Christmas Tree Farm in Auburn to get the download.

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    WA's redistricting drama

    High drama unfolded this week over the future of Washington’s political battle lines. A redistricting committee missed its midnight deadline to redraw the state’s congressional and legislative maps. Now, for the first time, it’ll go to the state Supreme Court. Seattle Times political reporter Jim Brunner explains.