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.
Bill Radke discusses the week’s news with science journalist Jane C. Hu, health journalist Joanne Silberner, and Seattle Times Amanda Zhou.
Bill Radke discusses the week’s news with Seattle Times David Kroman, host, writer, and producer Angela Poe Russell, and KUOW’s Dyer Oxley.
Bill Radke discusses the week’s news with independent health journalist Joanne Silberner, Insider’s Katherine Long, and Seattle Channel’s Brian Callanan.
Bill Radke discusses the week’s news with Seattle Times Jonathan Martin, PubliCola’s Erica Barnett, and Puget Sound Business Journal’s Alex Halverson.
Week in Review: Tokitae dies, Seattle faces another shooting, and one county gets a 32-hour work week
Bill Radke discusses the week’s news with Seattle Times Claudia Rowe, The Stranger’s Vivian McCall, and Geekwire’s Mike Lewis.
Bill Radke discusses the week’s news with Seattle Times Patrick Malone, Wild West newsletter author Eli Sanders, and KUOW’s Mike Davis.
Election officials certified the results of our local primary this week. That means we know which City Council candidates are vying for your votes. As KUOW Politics editor Cat Smith puts it, things are getting spicy in some of the races. In others, we saw some surprising shifts after the initial round of results. She breaks the results down race-by-race.
Seattle’s social housing initiative just got some startup money. It’s been over six months since voters approved the new approach to affordable housing. Seattle Times reporter Anna Patrick will tell you about the early stages of the program and the prospects for paying for it in the long term.
It’s hot outside, in case you haven’t noticed. We’re right in the middle of a short heat wave in the Emerald City. While it’s not breaking records like back in 2021, it’s still important to stay safe, and check on your neighbors to see that they’re alright. KUOW’s Casey Martin went out in the streets yesterday to see how people are beating the heat.
Bill Radke discusses the week’s news with South Seattle Emerald’s Lauryn Bray, political analyst and contributing columnist Joni Balter, and KUOW’s David Hyde.