Bill hosts Week In Review.
Before that, he created and hosted the NPR humor show Rewind and hosted the Marketplace Morning Report, covering the day's national/international business news.
He's been a KUOW reporter, news director and interview host; also, a stand-comedian and Seattle P-I newspaper columnist.
For our final episode, Subtext listeners reckon with the costs of staying silent versus speaking up, and one listener shares a tactic for having tough conversations in a meaningful way. And Bill has a realization about the concept behind the series: It was missing something important from the beginning.
Bill Radke discusses the week’s news with Publicola’s Erica Barnett, Seattle Times Patrick Malone, and Puget Sound Business Journal’s Alex Halverson. We were also joined today by Eilise O’Neill.
Seattle novelist Shawn Wong helps traumatized veterans find their voices and in his own writing, he tries to understand the silences.
Bill Radke reviews the week’s news with freelance health reporter Joanne Silberner, political commentator and contributing columnist Joni Balter, and KUOW’s Libby Denkmann.
The more things go unsaid, the more they stay the same.
Bill Radke discusses the week’s news with Crosscut’s Mai Hoang, South Seattle Emerald’s Mike Davis, and Kitsap Sun’s Josh Farley.
How do you love your body when it – and society – don’t seem to love you back?
Bill Radke discusses the week’s news with FOX 13’s Jennifer Lee, Seattle Times David Kroman, and Seattle Met’s Allison Williams
If you don’t feel like discussing your immune system, or your feelings about hugs, you could put a piece of colored silicone around your wrist.
Bill Radke discusses the week’s news with Insider’s Katherine Long, The Seattle Times Jonathan Martin, and Everett Herald’s Isabella Breda.