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Reveal: Hell Of A Job will air at 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. Friday, July 24 in place of Insight.
LATEST SHOW | Wednesday, July 29, 2015
Insight: Religion And Climate Change / New Arrivals: Ruben Vives / Pet Tales: Urban Goats / Keith Lowell Jensen and Johnny Taylor
Sacramento Bee's David Siders joins Insight to talk about Brown's complicated relationship with religion and its intersection with poverty and climate change. Plus, a conversation on whether goats are the new backyard chickens in cities.
Sacramento Bee's David Siders is back from covering Gov. Jerry Brown's trip to Rome. He talks about religion and its intersection with poverty and the environment.
Reporter Ruben Vives was part of a Pulitzer Prize-winning team with the Los Angeles Times. He helped uncover a corruption scandal in the city of Bell. What many didn't know was that he was living in the U.S. illegally.
The urban goat movement started in Seattle and has spread to cities across the country. But in many cities, including Sacramento, it’s still illegal to harbor a goat. For Pet Tales, we explore some the reasons people are opening their homes to goats.Pet Tales: Urban Goats
Sacramento-based comedians Keith Lowell Jensen and Johnny Taylor are taking their love affair to a new level with a brand new monthly show in Midtown.
Tuesday, July 28, 2015
On Insight, we'll have a discussion on how to legally immigrate to the United States with McGeorge law professors. Plus, an update on the Lowell Fire outside Nevada City. And a look at why prisoners' children have a harder go in life.
Monday, July 27, 2015
Political Junkie Ken Rudin returns for his weekly visit. One of the climbers who scaled Yosemite's Dawn Wall this past winter explains how he did it. And a UC Davis professor emeritus talks about his new book "Humankind."
Thursday, July 23, 2015
Gov. Jerry Brown is at Vatican this week to talk about climate change. Sacramento Bee's David Siders is in Rome and explains what the governor has been saying. Plus, a California citrus grower talks about the dire situation as water runs short.
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
Geologist Chris Goldfinger talks about a fault line in the Pacific Northwest that could destroy everything west of Highway 5 in Oregon and Washington. Elaine Corn shares techniques for seeding a tomato and pulping an avocado.
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
State water regulators are proposing a $1.5 million fine on an irrigation district in Tracy. CapRadio's Amy Quinton explains the significance of the move. Davis-native Alicia Hunt talks about her role in B Street Theater’s new show "Grounded."
Monday, July 20, 2015
Insight: The Political Junkie Goes West / California And Climate Change / Scrum Of The Earth / Sacratomato Week & Festival
State lawmakers are again working to put the state on the forefront of greenhouse gas reduction efforts. On Insight, a reporter with CALMatters explain the push. Plus, a local filmmaker talks about his documentary on American rugby.
Friday, July 17, 2015
Insight: Capitol Chat / Japanese Film Festival / Family History Day At The California Museum / Rocky Dawuni
CapRadio's Katie Orr explains why new homes and businesses in California will have a lot less grass. Plus, the California Museum celebrates Family History Day and the Japanese Film Festival kicks off.
Thursday, July 16, 2015
Insight explores how the Iran deal could affect California's pistachio market. Plus, we'll have a conversation with writer Duncan Reid, who wrote a book on jazz musician Cal Tjader. For Sound Advice, Insight previews California WorldFest.
Wednesday, July 15, 2015
A professor of astronomy explains what we learned about Pluto this week. Sound engineer Karrie Keyes talks about breaking into the music industry. Plus, a look at a new documentary about the old Auburn Drug Company.