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Listen to Reveal: Law And Disorder 2: Citizens, Cameras And Cops, Monday, May 25, in place of Insight
LATEST SHOW | Thursday, May 21, 2015
The California Medical Association pulled its opposition to “Right To Die” legislation. On Insight, CapRadio's Katie Orr explains. Blues Party Host Mick Martin interview’s Bill Champlin, whose band Sons of Champlin is performing Saturday in Folsom.
CapRadio's Katie Orr talks about the California Medical Association's announcement on physician-aided death and what it might mean for the state's proposed End of Life Option Act.Capitol Chat
A pickling businesses in Sacramento is looking at more than $8,000 in losses as a result of a break-in. The store's owner, Jason Poole, talks about what happened.
Sons of Champlin plays at the Harris Center in Folsom Saturday night. Mick Martin recorded a conversation with Bill Champlin to talk about the upcoming performance.Bill Champlin
CapRadio’s Cale Wiggins joins Insight for this week’s Classical Sound Advice.Sound Advice: Classical
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Insight: Iceland And Climate Change / Moving Levees to Increase Groundwater / Capital Dance Project / 'Bebop, Swing & Bella Musica'
On Insight, CapRadio's Lesley McClurg interviews the president of Iceland about climate change. Plus, a UC Davis hydrologist explains why moving levees further from the riverbanks will help store groundwater.
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
CapRadio's Pauline Bartolone talks about healthcare for the undocumented in Sacramento County. Insight chats with Hampton Sides, who wrote National Geographic's June cover story about the science of marijuana. Plus, Mick Marktin remembers B.B. King.
Monday, May 18, 2015
Some teens are dropping out of high school to write code or design apps? It's happening more than you might realize. Reporter Nellie Bowles talks about her story: “The Real Teenagers of Silicon Valley." And Singer/songwriter Sands Hall performs live.
Friday, May 15, 2015
Insight: Capitol Chat / Butterflies In The Sierra Nevada / Rebroadcast: 'Rails, Tales and Trails' / Manny Kellough
CapRadio's Ben Adler has key highlights from Gov. Jerry Brown's revised budget. Chinese immigrants were key in building the Transcontinental Railroad. Their contributions are being honored in the railroad's 150th anniversary celebrations.
Thursday, May 14, 2015
Insight: California Budget Revision / '88 Days in the Mother Lode' / Gather Oak Park / Sound Advice: Jazz
On Insight, former legislative analyst Steve Boilard explains the difficulties of budgeting in California -- even with a surplus. And two film producers explain how Mark Twain found his voice as an author in Calaveras County.
Wednesday, May 13, 2015
Insight: Nepal Earthquake / Hidden Hunger: Churches And Schools Update / Kushman By The Bottle / Richard Cionco
On Insight, we hear from two Reno students who are in Nepal. They'll talk about the latest aftershock that rattled the country Tuesday. In Sacramento, it's Hunger Action Day at the state Capitol. We continue our discussion on hunger in Sacramento.
Tuesday, May 12, 2015
Auburn community members are rallying to save the 70-year-old DeWitt Theater. Auburn Journal Staff Writer Gus Thompson will explain the debate. Plus, a look at how civil discourse can help solve hunger one person at a time.
Monday, May 11, 2015
Insight: Political Junkie Goes West / Sacramento's Hunger Awareness Week / Tour Of California Update / Justin Farren
The Political Junkie Ken Rudin gives us his take on the latest candidates jumping into the 2016 presidential race. Insight takes a look at the issue of hunger with the Sacramento Hunger Coalition.
Friday, May 08, 2015
Insight: Capitol Chat / Amgen Tour Of California / Catriona McPherson / "There Is A Happiness That Morning Is"
CapRadio's Ben Adler talks about the governor’s push to continue with the water project. Plus, sports journalist James Raia previews the Tour of California from the women’s first stage in South Lake Tahoe.