KUOW's The Record Host Bill Radke leads in-depth conversations about what matters today in Seattle and beyond.
KUOW's The Record

KUOW's The Record

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Host Bill Radke leads in-depth conversations about what matters today in Seattle and beyond.

Most Recent Episodes

What is Temperance and Good Citizenship Day?

Every January, eligible students in Washington state public schools are given an opportunity to register to vote. School's must offer the opportunity when they can– it's the law.

Leavenworth has become über expensive, pricing out the people who work there

When 80 percent of your local employees can't afford to live in town, what do you do?

Leavenworth has become über expensive, pricing out the people who work there

Bruce Harrell is Seattle's new mayor. How will he tackle one of the toughest jobs in the country?

Can a mayor bring a city together? After two years in a pandemic, a year of reckoning racism in policing, and a surprising electoral result, Bruce Harrell faces a lot of questions. Host Libby Denkmann, and Soundside listeners, put their questions to the newly elected mayor.

Bruce Harrell is Seattle's new mayor. How will he tackle one of the toughest jobs in the country?

'Mayors have...the most challenging political job in America.' An exit interview with Seat...

Last week Jenny Durkan stepped down from her position as mayor of Seattle. She spoke to Soundside host Libby Denkmann about her time in office.

'Mayors have...the most challenging political job in America.' An exit interview with Seat...

What you can expect from Soundside, KUOW's new noontime show

What should you expect from KUOW's new noontime show? Soundside's producers talk about their hopes for the new show.

So you got Covid. Now what?

King County is seeing record breaking Covid infection numbers. There's a good chance you, or someone you know, will get Covid. So if that happens, what should you do?

The right-wing occupation of this tiny Washington town, and the surprising aftermath

On May 31, 2020, Wil Johnson turned on his TV and began watching the news. At the time, protestors across the country were coming together to protest against police brutality and racism following the murder of George Floyd just a few days earlier.

The right-wing occupation of this tiny Washington town, and the surprising aftermath

The Record is going on summer break

Today is The Record's final show before going on summer break to retool and reimagine our program. In the meantime, you'll be able to hear WBUR's On Point during the noon hour. Bill Radke speaks with Meghna Chakrabarti, host of On Point, about what the show is looking to bring to Seattle, and what the region can bring to On Point.

It belongs in a museum! A look into the competitive world of fossils

There's a market for just about anything — and fossils are hot right now. Collectors are paying tens of thousands of dollars for the latest dig, and that's making it difficult for paleontologists to track important finds. Bill Radke is joined by Christian Sidor from the Burke Museum.

Hot days and hotter soup: a primer on summer eats

A popsicle in your bubbly. Your favorite deli sandwich. A spicy soup for a blistering afternoon. Bill Radke is joined by Seattle Times' Bethany Jean Clement to discuss the best summer eats, along with a review of pandemic restaurant etiquette and the latest in Seattle restaurant news.