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Ada Walther


  • caption: People gather for a group photo on the steps of the Lambert House in Seattle, Washington.

    How the Lambert House found a new life online during the pandemic

    The Lambert House in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood is a place where LGBTQ youth can find community, belonging, and support. It's been around for more than 30 years, but it shut down at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic. During the pandemic, Lambert House found a new life online. Their programs reached more youth than ever before. RadioActive's Ada Walther takes us into the Lambert House and introduces us to someone who found a home there.

  • caption: The 2023 spring RadioActive Advanced Producers and staff. Top row from left: Leila M'Baye, Idrissa Gaye, Hayden Andersen, Dash Pinck, and Colin Yuen. Middle row: Nina Tran, Anjali Einstein, Eva Solorio, Sadeen Al Ziyad, Ada Walther, Gideon Hall, and Terina Papatu. Front row: Antonio Nevarez, Jennifer Wing, and Dayana Capulong. Not pictured: Lily Turner and Kelsey Kupferer.

    Meet the 2023 RadioActive advanced youth producers

    KUOW's RadioActive Youth Media is proud to offer our Advanced Producers Workshop to eleven graduates of our Intro to Radio Journalism Workshop. This spring, the youth producers spent five months with KUOW gaining advanced journalism and audio production skills.

  • caption: Gideon Hall and Ada Walther, graduates of RadioActive's 2022 Intro to Radio Journalism Workshop and the hosts of this showcase, in the KUOW studios.

    A RadioActive youth storytelling showcase

    What can interviews with the people we care about tell us about humanity as a whole? Radioactive Youth Media invites you to listen to a one-hour storytelling showcase, originally broadcast on KUOW 94.9. Join Gideon Hall and Ada Walther on a voyage through time.