This week's programs

A woman eats kelp while a farmer harvests kelp in the background.

Could Seaweed Help Save the Planet? | INDIE ALASKA

https://youtu.be/LhbRCzxaqoE Seaweed and kelp are a billion-dollar industry with the potential to help alleviate the pressures of...

LISTEN: An insider’s look at ADHD

The symptoms can make living with people with ADHD challenging and leave many parents at a loss for how to deal with their child’s behavior.
A female teacher points to a word projected on a white board in a classroom with three students sitting a tables facing the front of the classroom

LISTEN: How are districts planning to catch students up this summer?

School districts have worked hard to piece together in-person and distance learning curriculum for students. Now that the end of the regular school year is fast approaching, what are the plans for summer school to help students catch up?

Learn about these organizations working to support local, sustainable food systems

As part of their series examining Anchorage’s Climate Action Plan, Alaska Common Ground hosted a diverse panel featuring growers, hunters, educators and advocates who want to improve Anchorage and Alaska's food system.

Why aren’t there more Alaska Native defenders, prosecutors and judges?

A listener posed a question for Justice Alaska on Hometown Alaska and we tackled it for this...
A drone

Drones: Uses and regulations

Drones, or unmanned aircraft, are becoming more common in Alaska and elsewhere every month. We'll discuss the capabilities and challenges of drones on this Outdoor Explorer.

A Closer Look

A Closer Look: 40 Years of Public Radio in Anchorage

This program is all about long serving Alaska Public Media Program Director Bede Trantina, as well as memories of the early days of KSKA. We sat down with Bede and Alex Hills, the founding general manager of KSKA who hired Bede 39 years ago to find out more about how the station got started and how Bede began her tenure here. LISTEN HERE

Addressing Alaskans

Learn about these organizations working to support local, sustainable food systems

As part of their series examining Anchorage’s Climate Action Plan, Alaska Common Ground hosted a diverse panel featuring growers, hunters, educators and advocates who want to improve Anchorage and Alaska's food system.

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AK: A Petersburg veterinarian floats his clinic to Southeast communities

For most pet owners, visits to the vet are nothing special, maybe even something they take for granted. But what if you don’t have access to medical care for your pet? This is a real problem for many people in Southeast Alaska’s remote communities. A problem Dr. Ken Hill has been trying to address for years.

Arctic Entries

Arctic Re-Entries (with Partners for Progress AK): stories of incarceration, freedom and second chances

This month Arctic Entries brings you “Arctic Re-Entries: stories of incarceration, freedom and second chances.”

Hometown, Alaska

Why aren’t there more Alaska Native defenders, prosecutors and judges?

A listener posed a question for Justice Alaska on Hometown Alaska and we tackled it for this...

In My Family

In My Family: Thank you my friend!

https://youtu.be/zwrS452ngYc Dewey teaches Raven how to say "Thank you my friend!" in Koyukon Athabascan.

Indie Alaska

A woman eats kelp while a farmer harvests kelp in the background.

Could Seaweed Help Save the Planet? | INDIE ALASKA

https://youtu.be/LhbRCzxaqoE Seaweed and kelp are a billion-dollar industry with the potential to help alleviate the pressures of...

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LISTEN: An insider’s look at ADHD

The symptoms can make living with people with ADHD challenging and leave many parents at a loss for how to deal with their child’s behavior.

Outdoor Explorer

A drone

Drones: Uses and regulations

Drones, or unmanned aircraft, are becoming more common in Alaska and elsewhere every month. We'll discuss the capabilities and challenges of drones on this Outdoor Explorer.

Stage Talk

Stage Talk: The Alpha and Omega

After six and a half years, first as co-host and then as host of Stage Talk, Steve Hunt has decided to exit stage left. With his departure the show will take a short hiatus and then re-appear in August in a new format with a new name, but still focusing on the arts. To help commemorate the last episode of the show, Hunt has invited as his guest, Stage Talk creator and first host, Catherine Stadem. Join Steve and Catherine today on Stage Talk as they talk about its beginnings almost twenty years ago through its history of celebrating the performing arts up to today. Thanks for listening!

Talk of Alaska

A female teacher points to a word projected on a white board in a classroom with three students sitting a tables facing the front of the classroom

LISTEN: How are districts planning to catch students up this summer?

School districts have worked hard to piece together in-person and distance learning curriculum for students. Now that the end of the regular school year is fast approaching, what are the plans for summer school to help students catch up?

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