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LATEST SHOW | Wednesday, June 03, 2015
Insight: 'It’s Not Always What You Think'/ 'The Train Never Stops in Dixon' / Beatnick Studios AnniversarY
Jordana Steinberg is a college student battling a childhood mood disorder. On Insight, she shares her story and talks about the effort to end stigma around mental illness. Plus, author Bil Paul talks about his new book based on Carissa Carpenter.
Jordana Steinberg talks with Insight about her personal struggles with mental illness. She is the daughter of former Senate Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg and is on a mission to end the stigma around mental illness.
Dixon resident Bil Paul has written a book about Carissa Carpenter, who is accused of duping investors with a proposal to build a major movie studio complex in the small farm town. She was indicted for fraud in 2014.
Beatnik Studios celebrates seven years of creative experimentation with a special collaborative art show featuring Kelly O'Connell and Ben Ehrmann.
Tuesday, June 02, 2015
Insight: News Network / The Potential For Eating Locally / Actress Katie Rubin / Sister Crayon Interview
On Insight, we talk with Las Vegas Sun Reporter Kyle Roerink about how Nevada’s Republican Governor Brian Sandoval got his party to approve a $1.5 billion tax plan. A UC Merced professor explains how 90 percent of America can eat locally.
Monday, June 01, 2015
The Political Junkie Ken Rudin joins Insight. UD Davis researchers have results from a microbes in space project. Food Writer Elaine Corn shares her cherry recipes just in time for the season.
Friday, May 29, 2015
Today's Insight is a literary 'Tour De Force': Christian Kiefer reads from his short story that recently won The Pushcart Prize. Karen Bender previews her appearance at Stories on Stage and we talk with SummerWords keynote speaker Carolyn Forché.
Thursday, May 28, 2015
Insight: Oiled Wildlife Care Network / Pit Bull Socialization Program / Public Art for the Arena / Sound Advice
On Insight, we talk with the head of the Oiled Wildlife Care Network, whose members are in Santa Barbara helping with the oil spill cleanup. CapRadio's Gregory Allen profiles a training program for pit bulls at the Sacramento County Animal Shelter.
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
The only member of Russia’s parliament to vote against the annexation of Crimea was exiled from the country and now lives in San Jose, California. He explains how he still casts votes in parliament and why he is hopeful for change in Russia.
Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Insight checks in with the Political Junkie. We have a discussion about Sacramento's arts and theater scene. Plus, we talk with a reporter covering a federal grand jury's probe into PG&E and its relationship with regulators.
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.
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.