Week In Review

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Host Bill Radke and his guests try to make sense of the week's news. New episode every Friday.



  • Joni Balter, Rachel Lerman, Mike McGinn and Bill Radke at KUOW.

    This week we ask: Are you upset about Amazon?

    Bill Radke discusses the week's news with the Seattle Channel Civic Cocktail's Joni Balter, Seattle Times technology reporter Rachel Lerman and former Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn.

  • This week, we're getting political

    Tuesday was election day, and the big news out of Washington State was a flipped 8th District and a more blue King County. We dive into the winners and losers from the 2018 midterm elections.

  • Bill Radke, Joni Balter, Knute Berger, Monica Guzman [L-R]

    This week: Is the head tax back?

    Bill Radke reviews the week’s news with Knute Berger columnist for Crosscut and Seattle Magazine, Joni Balter host of Civic Cocktail on the Seattle Channel and Monica Guzman co-founder of the Seattle newsletter The Evergrey.

  • Bill Bryant, Gyasi Ross, Bill Radke, Monica Nickelsbury [L-R]

    What's in a poll?

    Bill Radke reviews the week’s news with former Port of Seattle commissioner Bill Bryant, Gyasi Ross is a Seattle attorney and host of the podcast, Breakdances with Wolves and Monica Nickelsburg is the Civic Innovation Editor for Geekwire.

  • Marilyn Strickland, Monica Guzman, Jessyn Farrell and Bill Radke [L-R]

    A week of hearings, arenas and 'dairy, sugar-flavored somethings'

    Bill Radke reviews the week’s news with former Mayor of Tacoma of Marilyn Strickland, the President and CEO of The Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce. Monica Guzman, the co-founder of the Seattle newsletter The Evergrey and Jessyn Farrell, former Washington State representative and senior vice president at Civic Ventures.

  • Week In Review recorded at Seattle's Neptune Theatre

    Week In Review live from the Neptune Theatre!

    Bill Radke was joined on stage by New York Times bestselling author Ijeoma Oluo, C.R. Douglas, political analyst for Q13 and Geekwire's Civic Innovation Editor Monica Nickelsburg.