Talk of Alaska

Tuesdays at 10 a.m. (LIVE) repeating at 8 p.m.This is Alaska’s only statewide call-in forum for discussing the issues impacting life on the Last Frontier. Politics, science, culture and current events are covered by hosts from the Alaska Public Media news team along with guests and callers.

Talk of Alaska: The Alaska Gasline Inducement Act (AGIA)

We've had some illuminating shows with ConocoPhillips and the Alaska Gasline Port Authority about competing plans for pipelines to deliver Alaska's natural gas to...

Talk of Alaska: The LNG Option

The Alaska Gasline Port Authority's bid to build a pipeline between the North Slope and Valdez was recently thrown out by the state on...

Talk of Alaska: The Future of Islam

Alaska Pacific University and other sponsors have put together a public discussion project called Engaging Muslims and are bringing speakers on Islam to the...

Talk of Alaska: ConocoPhillips' gas line proposal

Alaska lawmakers have announced they want to take a look at ConocoPhillips' alternative plan for a natural gas pipeline from the North Slope. ...

Talk of Alaska: Transportation Priorities

This week on Talk of Alaska we chat with a state transportation policy maker, a transportation expert and you -- our callers -- as...

Talk of Alaska: Beauty and the Geek – Climate Edition

A modern playwright has an ancient way to get politicians to focus on climate warming -- at least male politicians, that is. Playwright and...

Talk of Alaska: Clean Elections

Alaska's appetite for political reform could result in public funding for election campaigns. There's a move to put it on the ballot and...

Talk of Alaska: Saving Energy

The fastest ways to curb greenhouse gas emissions and counter the high price of fuel are to use less fuel or find an energy...

Two Talk of Alaska episodes posted

We just figured out we (somehow) missed posting the November 20 edition of Talk of Alaska. We were also a day late posting this...

Talk of Alaska: Eyewitness to Global Warming

World leaders meet this month in Bali (December 4 to 14) to begin work on a new treaty to succeed the Kyoto Agreement on...

Talk of Alaska: Film Festivals Break into the North

An international film festival starts November 30th in Anchorage. Competing for awards will be more than 150 films from all over the world. ...

Talk of Alaska: University of Alaska Anchorage

States with large populations support large universities, but in Alaska there is never enough money to do everything. The University of Alaska Regents just...

Talk of Alaska: The McCandless Bus — Move it or Leave it?

Alaska's outdoor paradise is beautiful, but deadly: fast-changing weather, unforgiving wildlife, avalanches, extreme tides, unreadable rivers -- even insects can be serious threats. This...

Talk of Alaska: Blogging the trials

Courtroom crowds would come and go at the corruption trials of Tom Anderson, Pete Kott and Vic Kohring, but the web audience grew steadily...

Talk of Alaska: Firecracker Boys

After being out of print for years, Dan O'Neill's ‘The Firecracker Boys" is being re-published, with revisions and extra material. The book documents...

Talk of Alaska: Oil Taxes

Members of the state Legislature have to make some touch decisions during their special session. Criticism is sure to greet whatever they do to...

Preview: Talk of Alaska — Tue, Oct 23

Coming up Tuesday, October 23 at 10:00 a.m. on Talk of Alaska... Members of the state Legislature have to make some touch decisions during their...

Bioneers Conference info

In this morning's Talk of Alaska, the Bioneers conference was mentioned on air, and we've gotten several calls at our office asking for additional...

Talk of Alaska: Intimate Investing

Do you know where your money is? Most people do not. If your money went into a bank, the bank may have loaned it...

Preview: Talk of Alaska — Tue, Oct 16

Coming up Tuesday, October 16 at 10:00 a.m. on Talk of Alaska... Do you know where your money is? Most people do not. If your...