Insight


    

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

 
9am and 8pm Monday - Friday.
 

Upcoming Shows

May 23  Insight: Capitol Chat / Christian Kiefer / John Lee Hooker Jr. / Sound Advice: Sacramento Music Festival

Ben Adler with the latest news from California's capitol. ARC professor's debut novel released in paperback just in time for SummerWords. Blues musician plays Sac Music Fest and Mindy Giles introduces us to some of the other featured artists playing.

May 28  Insight: News Network / Search Dogs / "Grow, Cook, Savor" / "Miracle Shine"

We hear the latest news from Auburn, Woodland and Sacramento. Rescue dogs on scene in Oklahoma trained in California. Elaine Corn and Maryellen Burns on Sacramento's food legacy. Poet Laureate has new collection of work.
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May 29  Insight: Syria Update / Corporations Using Medi-Cal? / Pet Tales / TC Boyle

UC Davis professor offers analysis on the latest news concerning Syria. Will a new bill keep large corporations from "dumping" their employees into Medi-Cal? Gina Spadafori offers tips for a stress-free vet visit. Author speaks in Sac this Friday.

Today's Show

May 22  Insight: Qualifying for Tax-Exempt Status / Mead Kibbey / Alternative Education: Community Schools / James Cavern

What qualifies an organization for tax-exempt status? Sacramento Historian and WWII veteran remembers his experiences at war. Harmon Johnson Elementary School recognized for excellence. Singer-songwriter performs in studio.

Recent Shows

May 21  Insight: Remembering Ray / News Network / "An American Mosque" / Hunger Action Week / Cosmologist Sean Carroll

We listen back to a previous interview with Ray Manzarek. An update on the Leila Fowler murder investigation. KVIE documentary on Yuba County mosque. Highlighting hunger in our area. Was the world more orderly following the Big Bang than it is now?

May 20  Insight: The Arts and Basketball / Stem Cell Cloning / Nicolas' Garden

Will a sports and entertainment complex in downtown Sacramento help or hurt the area's other arts orgnizations? UC Davis stem cell researcher on new developments in cell cloning. Eight-year-old releases new app for kids looking for healthy habits.

May 17  Insight: Kings Sale / Capitol Chat / "Next Fall" / Susie Glaze and the Hilonesome Band

A deal has been reached between the Maloofs and a new ownership group for the Kings. Katie Orr on budget revision reaction and Prop. 13. Resurrection Theatre takes on heavy themes. Bluegrass band performs in our studios and is in Winters tonight.

May 16  Insight: Kings Stay in Sacramento / Power Politics in California / "The Gingerbread Lady" / Sound Advice: Jazz

The Kings will stay in Sacramento but there are still questions about who will own the team. We'll hear the latest. How political party money influences races in California. New Helvetia Theatre stages Niel Simon play. Devin Yamanaka with new jazz.

May 15  Insight: NBA Votes on Relocation / Arena Opposition / Perspectives on Agriculture / Sacramento Choral Society

Ben Adler reports from Dallas where NBA owners are meeting about the on-going Sacramento Kings saga. We'll also hear from opponents to a city-subsidized arena. CEOs of major Sac Valley agriculture producers. Patriotic music this weekend.

May 14  Insight: Governor Brown's Updated Budget / News Network / Lawmakers' Budget Reaction

Gov. Jerry Brown releases his revised budget for the 2013-2014 fiscal year. We'll hear some remarks and get context and analysis from Steve Boilard. Plus, an update on the Leila Fowler murder and Martha Bellisle talks about illegal guns in Reno.

May 13  Insight: Kings Update / Youth Unemployment / Burning Man Build / "Hedda Gabler"

How difficult is it really to find a job as a young person in today's economy. Sacramento Burners get their build on. Stephanie Gularte and Janis Stevens team up for a new Cap Stage production.

May 10  Insight: Unanimous Court / Breast Cancer Endowment / Amy Reed & Ross Hammond / Sound Advice: In the Flow

Law Professor John Sims takes explores the current make-up of California's Supreme Court. Women share stories of mothers they lost to breast cancer. Musicians perform in our studio. Samples of music from this week's In the Flow Festival.

May 09  Insight: Unanimous Court / Breast Cancer Endowment / Amy Reed & Ross Hammond / Sound Advice: In the Flow

Law Professor John Sims takes explores the current make-up of California's Supreme Court. Women share stories of mothers they lost to breast cancer. Musicians perform in our studio. Samples of music from this week's In the Flow Festival.

Apr 11  Insight: Digital Textbooks / Alternative Education: Homeschooling / Author Jeffrey Littorno / Sound Advice: World Music

What's the future of digital textbooks in the classroom? We examine another alternative educational option for parents. Jeffrey Littorno's new novel "Soul Hostage." Cale Wiggins brings us new music from around the world.
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