Insight With Beth Ruyak

Hosted By Beth Ruyak

A daily, in-depth interview program providing context and background to the issues that face our region.

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LATEST SHOW | Monday, October 8, 2018

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Insight Special: California Governor's Debate Recap

California's candidates for governor, John Cox and Gavin Newsom, faced off in their only scheduled debate Monday morning. Insight takes a closer look at the debate.

LATEST SHOW | Monday, October 15, 2018

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Insight: Political Junkie / Justice Anthony Kennedy / 'The Ito Sisters' Premieres / 'Jubilate!' With The Sacramento Choral Society

The Political Junkie talks about Trump's rallies. Prof. Leslie Jacobs from the McGeorge School of Law sets up their panel with Justice Anthony Kennedy. We preview "The Ito Sisters." The Sacramento Choral Society releases their new CD, "Jubilate!"

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    Political Junkie: Trump Rallies

    President Trump rallies around his “win” of successfully seating Brett Kavanaugh on the U.S. Supreme Court.

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    'Justices On Justice' Event Features Anthony Kennedy In Conversation With An International Panel Of Jurists

    McGeorge School of Law Prof. Leslie Jacobs previews an event with Justice Anthony Kennedy and a panel of international jurists called “Justices On Justice.”

  • ‘The Ito Sisters’ Premieres On KVIE

    New documentary film traces the history of three Japanese-American sisters born on a farm in the Sacramento Delta in the early 1900s.

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    Sacramento Choral Society and Orchestra Celebrates 'Jubilate!'

    “Jubilate!” is the SCSO’s 10th CD and it features music recorded at the May 2018 concert.

Friday, October 12, 2018

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Insight: DA Anne Marie Schubert / Personal Stories Of Deportation / Sacramento French Film Festival / California Women’s Music Festival

DA Anne Marie Schubert joins us to talk about the role of genealogy in solving crimes. We preview a new exhibit at International House Davis. We look ahead at the Sacramento French Film MiniFest. We learn more about the Stronger Together benefit.

Thursday, October 11, 2018

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Insight: Governor's Candidate Gavin Newsom / Classical Sound Advice / 'West Side Story' At American River College

CapRadio Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler interviews Democratic gubernatorial candidate Gavin Newsom. Classical music host Kevin Doherty joins us for Sound Advice. We preview American River College's production of "West Side Story."

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

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Insight: Governor's Candidate John Cox / Sacramento Housing Summit / Sacramento Comedy Festival

CapRadio Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler interviews Republican gubernatorial candidate John Cox. The Sacramento Housing Alliance previews their annual summit on affordable housing. We look ahead at the Sacramento Comedy Festival this weekend.

Tuesday, October 9, 2018

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Insight: News Network With CALmatters / Medicine In Extreme Conditions / Sacramento’s LGBTQ Film Fest

CALmatters' Dan Morain recaps yesterday's governor's debate. A UC Davis doctor talks about practicing medicine in extreme conditions. We preview the BENT Sacramento International LGBTQ Film Festival.

Monday, October 8, 2018

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Insight: Political Junkie / Governor's Debate Preview / Melissa Dahl's New Book / Duane Michals At The Crocker

The Political Junkie discusses the impact of Brett Kavanaugh. We preview the governor's debate. Author Melissa Dahl tells us about her new book. We get an inside look at Duane Michals' exhibit at the Crocker from the photographer himself.

Friday, October 5, 2018

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Insight: Capitol Chat On Gov. Brown And #MeToo Laws / Mental Health Art Exhibit / History Of Northern California Place Names

CALmatters' Laurel Rosenhall joins us to talk about Gov. Brown's approach to #MeToo bills. We preview the "Journey of Hope" art show for mental health awareness. CapRadio's Emily Zentner tells us about the history behind Sacramento area place names.

Thursday, October 4, 2018

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Insight: Preventing The Flu / Remembering Mead Kibbey / B Street Theatre Presents Ironbound / Sound Advice With Hey, Listen!

UC Davis' Dr. Dean Blumberg talks to us about flu protection. We remember historian Mead Kibbey with this 2013 Insight interview. The B Street Theatre presents Ironbound. Hey, Listen! host Nick Brunner joins us for Sound Advice.

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

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Insight: PolitiFact California On Kavanaugh And Governor's Race / Student Writer Kamea Pascua / Davis Shakespeare Festival

PolitiFact California reporter Chris Nichols joins us to talk about the the governor's race and more. Folsom Lake College student Kamea Pascua shares her writing. The Davis Shakespeare Festival tells us about their production of "As You Like It."

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

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Insight: Capitol Chat On Bill Signings / Keys To The House / Rituals Of Mine Previews New Tour / Gentleman Surfer Performs

Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler wraps up the legislative session and previews the latest episode of Keys to the House. Rituals of Mine tells us about their new tour with Garbage. Rock band Gentleman Surfer performs live.