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caption: FILE: A student at the Denise Louie Education Center on Thursday, July 16, 2020, along Beacon Avenue South in Seattle.
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FILE: A student at the Denise Louie Education Center on Thursday, July 16, 2020, along Beacon Avenue South in Seattle.
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February 16th | As Some Schools Reopen, Questions Abound

We launch a new, weekly education discussion to answer your questions about the debate over schools reopening. Also, love it or loathe it - a Harvard University professor helps us understand why we exercise. And King County Executive Dow Constantine answers listeners' calls.

Individual segments are available in our podcast stream or at www.kuow.org/record.

King County Executive Down Constantine 02.16

Bill Radke talks with King County Executive Dow Constantine about the latest on the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine and takes listeners' calls, from enforcement of mask-wearing on public transit to support for hazard pay for grocery workers in the county.

Answering your questions about schools reopening

This week, we kick off a weekly discussion about education amid the debate over reopening schools. Bill Radke speaks with KUOW education reporter Ann Dornfeld to get reaction from parents, teachers and learn what precautions schools are taking to keep teachers and students safe for classroom instruction.

"Exercised" author Daniel Lieberman

Bill Radke talks with Daniel Lieberman, a Harvard University human evolutionary biology professor, about his new book on exercise, an activity that some of us love, others loathe and a lot of us have a hard time committing to doing regularly.