Sound Living - Tue 4pm

A magazine for your ears with a focus on North Puget Sound. The program brings a daily offering of local commentary, national perspectives, Snohomish and Island county events, people and stories into your car and radio. From environmental issues to political discussions to interesting ideas and people, Sound Living is a look at the places we call home.

The Bioneers - Tue 6pm

THIS WEEK:  Kicking the Habit: Sugar, Fat and Junk-Food Junkies. Picture this scene, a Wisconsin high school for developmentally challenged students has to have a police officer patrolling the hallways. Fast forward, the students are peaceful and well-behaved. There are no police guarding the hallways and graduation rates are way up.  No doubt you’ve heard “You Are What You Eat.”  Community Development Activist Maggie Adameck is convinced that a wide range of behaviors are related to what we eat. She proposes a different garden path, to health, happiness and a restored environment. 

Sea Change Radio - tue 6:30pm

THIS WEEK:  Bill Kreutzmann: Bound To Cover Just A Little More Ground. This week on Sea Change Radio we have the honor of visiting with Bill Kreutzmann, original drummer of the Grateful Dead, and organic gardener. Host Alex Wise talks with Kreutzmann about the natural resources on the idyllic island of Kauai, where he currently lives and where he has developed a passion for these lush surroundings.

Democracy Now! - Wed 5am, 7am & 5pm

Democracy Now! is a daily progressive, nonprofit, independently syndicated news hour that airs on more than 1,250 radio, television, satellite and cable TV networks around the globe. Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez host. Heard at 5am, 7am and 5pm.

Flashpoints - Wed 6am

Flashpoints is an award-winning daily investigative newsmagazine broadcast on the national Pacifica Radio network, hosted by Dennis Bernstein. Through original reports and some of the key investigative reporters of our time, Flashpoints goes to the frontlines and to the core of the stories in the areas of government and corporate criminality, human rights, and economic justice.