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Q'ed Up

Q'ed Up

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Q'ed Up is a podcast that dives deep into one story over weeks and months (and sometimes in just one episode). We don't just follow the story, the story follows us. We're bringing sound rich, innovative documentary storytelling to topics that matter, from mapping mass migrations to investigating criminal justice. Dive in with us. New episodes launch every Wednesday.More from Q'ed Up »

Most Recent Episodes

Move Over UberX, UberAir and Flying Cars On the Way

It's a bird, it's a plane, it's Uber and their latest concept design for a flying taxi. Reporting by Tiffany Camhi. This episode was produced by Queena Kim, Tiffany Camhi and Bianca Hernandez. Find more Q'ed Up at kqed.org/qedup.

We Need to Talk About Our Relationship with Technology

The technology may have changed, but the questions we face are still the same. Reporting by Tonya Mosley, Rachael Myrow, Sam Harnett and Peter John Shuler. Q'ed Up is produced by Queena Kim and Ryan Levi. Follow Ryan on Twitter @ryan_levi. Find more Q'ed Up at kqed.org/qedup.

Sean Hannity's First Radio Job Was in California. It Didn't Go Well.

Long before he was a cable news star, Sean Hannity was making waves on Santa Barbara community radio. Reporting by Valerie Hamilton. Q'ed Up is produced by Queena Kim and Ryan Levi. Follow Ryan on Twitter @ryan_levi. Find more Q'ed Up at kqed.org/qedup.

The Newest Weapon in San Francisco's Fight Against Opioids

It's like a home pregnancy test for fentanyl. It could save lives and just maybe help convince people to stop using all together. Reporting by Laura Klivans. Q'ed Up is produced by Queena Kim and Ryan Levi. Follow Ryan on Twitter @ryan_levi. Find more Q'ed Up at kqed.org/qedup.

She Performed 50,000 Abortions and Went Toe to Toe with Jerry Brown's Dad

Long before Roe v. Wade, Inez Burns performed 50,000 illegal abortions in San Francisco. Reporting by Chloe Veltman. This week's episode was edited by Queena Kim. Q'ed Up is produced and hosted by Ryan Levi. Follow Ryan on Twitter @ryan_levi. Find more Q'ed Up at kqed.org/qedup.

She Performed 50,000 Abortions and Went Toe to Toe with Jerry Brown's Dad

The Forgotten Men of the Point Reyes Life Saving Service

In a small cemetery on the way to the Point Reyes Lighthouse rests the story of four men who risked their lives to save others. Reporting by Carly Severn. This week's episode was edited by Jeremy Siegel. Q'ed Up is produced and hosted by Ryan Levi. Follow Ryan on Twitter @ryan_levi. Find more Q'ed Up at kqed.org/qedup.

How the Stephon Clark Shooting is Pushing Sacramento Over the Edge

The Stephon Clark shooting is bringing long-simmering issues or race and inequality to the forefront in Sacramento. Reporting from Katie Orr and John Sepulvado. This week's episode was produced and edited by Queena Kim. Q'ed Up is hosted by Ryan Levi. Follow Ryan on Twitter @ryan_levi. Find more Q'ed Up at kqed.org/qedup.

California Kids Can't Get into California Colleges — and That's a Problem

There's not enough room at California's colleges and universities. So smart students are leaving, and they may never come back. Story reported by Vanessa Rancaño. Q'ed Up is hosted and produced by Ryan Levi and edited by Queena Kim. Follow Ryan on Twitter @ryan_levi. Find more Q'ed Up at kqed.org/qedup.

California Kids Can't Get into California Colleges — and That's a Problem

Gun Violence Isn't New to These Oakland Students

Students in Oakland have been dealing with gun violence for years, but no one has walked out for them. Story reported by Vanessa Rancaño. This episode of Q'ed Up was hosted and produced by Ryan Levi and edited by Jeremy Siegel. Follow Ryan on Twitter @ryan_levi. Find more Q'ed Up at kqed.org/qedup.

'Like a Nuke Had Gone Off': The First Night of the Northern California Fires

What happened on the first night of the deadly Northern California fires? A story of heroism from high in the sky over Atlas Peak in Napa County. Story reported by Sukey Lewis. KQED's fire investigation was reported by Sukey Lewis, Marisa Lagos and Lisa Pickoff-White, with assistance from Sonja Hutson and Peter Arcuni. Q'ed Up is hosted and produced by Ryan Levi and edited by Queena Kim. Follow Ryan on Twitter @ryan_levi.

'Like a Nuke Had Gone Off': The First Night of the Northern California Fires

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