Senator Mark Begich: A Report from the Battlefield

Photo Provided by Senator Mark Begich’s Office On his first official overseas trip as Alaska's junior senator, Mark Begich spent the Memorial Day recess in...

Addressing Alaskans: Oil Spill Commission Report and the Implications for Future Offshore Oil Development

University of Alaska Anchorage Chancellor, Fran Ulmer was one of seven people appointed by President Obama to serve on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil...

Addressing Alaskans: Terrorist Financing

After a 26 year career in the federal government intelligence and law enforcement communities, John Cassara is considered an expert in anti-money laundering and...

For the Love of Cities

We must love the cities we live in if we want them to truly thrive economically and socially, according to For the Love of Cities author Peter Kageyama. So what exactly makes a city lovable? Listen to Peter Kageyam on Addressing Alaskans and find out as he talks about the importance of creativity and culture. KSKA: Thursday 3/1 2:00 pm and 7:00 pm

13 Indigenous Grandmothers: Healing the Spirit from the Light Within

This week's Addressing Alaskans features presentations given by local Alaska native leaders, Rita Blumenstein, Rosemary Ahtuangaruak and Larry Merculieff at the 13 Indigenous Grandmothers gathering.

The Death of Bin Laden

For most of his 30 year career, Peter Probst served with the Central Intelligence Agency and the Office of the Secretary of...

Addressing Alaskans: Denali – The Alaska Gas Pipeline

Soon after BP and ConocoPhillips announced plans to combine resources to start Denali - The Alaska Gas Pipeline in April 2008, Bud Fackrell was...

Gubernatorial Candidates Debate Their Visions for Alaska

This week on Addressing Alaskans, Alaska gubernatorial candidates Byron Mallott, Bill Walker and current Governor Sean Parnell field questions in a forum discussing each candidate's vision for the future of Alaska. KSKA: Tuesday, May 6, at 2:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. Listen now:

Anchorage Chamber: The Dollars and Sense of Sportfishing in Alaska

Alaska is one of the great meccas of the world for sportfishing. Over the years, Alaska's diverse sportfishing opportunities have largely contributed  to Alaska's...

APRN Speaker Series: Peter Kenyon

Thursday, August 4 at 2:00 pm Addressing Alaskans is back on KSKA and we’re kicking off season three with recordings from past APRN Speakers Series. This Thursday, listen to NPR foreign correspondent Peter Kenyon recorded at the Wendy Williamson on October 24th. Kenyon came to NPR from the Alaska Public Radio Network where he began his career as a reporte for KFSK in Petersburg.

Addressing Alaskans: Both sides of Ballot Measure 1

Creators of the initiative are calling it the “Anti-Corruption Act.” Meanwhile opponents of Proposition 1 have dubbed it the “Alaska Gag Law.” No matter...

Turkey’s Role in the Shaping of a New Middle East

Dr. Sinan Ciddi is an expert on Turkish domestic politics and foreign policy. He obtained his Ph.D. from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London in 2007 in the field of Political Science. Dr. Ciddi continues to author scholarly articles, opinion pieces and book chapters on contemporary Turkish politics and foreign policy, as well as participate in media appearances. In addition to his teaching and research responsibilities at Georgetown, Dr. Ciddi also serves as the Executive Director of the Institute of Turkish Studies. KSKA: Tuesday, March 8, at 2:00 p.m. DOWNLOAD AUDIO

Displaced by Climate Change

KSKA: Tuesday, July 18, at 2:00 p.m. This week we’re hearing about the effects that climate change can have on fragile and native populations. Guest speakers Salote Soqo and Patricia Cochran will address their experiences on the front lines of climate action in the South Pacific and Alaska. LISTEN HERE

Foreign Faux Pas – Stories of Navigating Cultural Differences

We’re featuring something a little different on the program this week. We’ll hear from a World Matters storytelling event titled “Foreign Faux Pas - Stories of Navigating Cultural Differences.” Formatted in the style of Arctic Entries, we’ll hear some “Oh no” moments from fellow Alaskans that have traveled abroad. Thanks for listening!

Addressing Alaskans: ENSTAR Natural Gas 2010

ENSTAR Natural Gas Company was founded in 1961, making it one of the oldest energy companies operating in Alaska. Today ENSTAR serves approximately 350,000...

Addressing Alaskans: Senator Begich and Ambassador Grabar-Kitarović

Senator Mark Begich met with Croatia's ambassador to the United States at a joint luncheon hosted by the the Alaska World...

Marine Mammals in a Changing Sea: Sentinels or Sitting Targets?

On the next Addressing Alaskans, hear UAA biology professor Dr. Jennifer Burns discuss her research on mammals in polar environments. What do marine mammals need to survive? How may climate change impact their ability to make a good living in the ocean? Does it matter if the mammals live in the Arctic or Antarctic? Burns' talk, "Marine Mammals in a Changing Sea: Sentinels or Sitting Targets," was recorded at a BLM Campbell Creek Science Center fireside chat in April. KSKA: Tuesday, April 29, at 2:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. Listen now:

A Salmon Cannery in Cook Inlet

Anchorage Museum history curator Katie Ringsmuth talks about the Snug Harbor salmon cannery. A mix of cultures and gender dynamics shaped Cook Inlet life while the cannery was in operation for sixty years. Join us for a rich journey into cannery life in early Alaska during this lecture, hosted by the Cook Inlet Historical Society and recorded at the Anchorage Museum. KSKA: Tuesday, May 20, at 2:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. Listen now:

Addressing Alaskans: Killer Asteroids

Ever wonder what is fact versus fiction when watching the infamous Star Wars trilogy? February through April Alaskans poured into Anchorage Museum to learn...

Ballot measure 1: Fish habitat

On our next show we have “Ballot Measure 1: Fish Habitat.” Find out more about this issue with representatives from opposing sides of the issue in a moderated forum. Presented by KTOO Public Media, the Juneau Economic Development Council, and the Juneau Empire. Thanks for listening!