Episodes: July, 2009
July 31, 2009
Rebroadcast: How do low-income families deal with the unique challenges that summer presents?
July 30, 2009
Author Kathleen Alcala on borders, families, and writing to free people of cultural and personal restraints.
July 29, 2009
Should employers be responsible for providing healthcare?
July 28, 2009
From rabbits to receipts, why do people hoard things?
July 27, 2009
What is the state of black Oregon?
July 24, 2009
What does the verdict in the Worthington trial say about Oregon's faith healing law?
July 23, 2009
Is Obama leading as you hoped?
July 22, 2009
How is this small part of the print world surviving?
July 21, 2009
Should we slaughter horses for meat?
July 20, 2009
What does the health of bees say about the state of our environment?
July 17, 2009
What do you think of the Obama administration's roll-back of the WOPR?
July 16, 2009
Twin brothers from a rough Portland neighborhood turn out to be very different poets.
July 15, 2009
Can the economy rebound if we keep saving our money?
July 14, 2009
What role does keeping people healthy have in the future of healthcare?
July 13, 2009
Of all the many ways to express dissent, what works best and why?
July 10, 2009
Jane Lubchenco talks about her new role as the head of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
July 9, 2009
How is California’s economic trouble affecting its neighbors to the North?
July 8, 2009
How might fusion voting affect minor — and major — parties in the state?
July 7, 2009
What can we learn about Oregon from its buildings on the National Register of Historic Places?
July 6, 2009
What role does the money that patients pay and doctors earn play in the health care we all receive?
July 3, 2009
What do you hope for the future of books?
July 2, 2009
Author Jane Kirkpatrick on fictionalizing history, life on her ranch near the John Day River, and her newest book, A Flickering Light.
July 1, 2009
Should Oregon support "world class" arts organizations like the ballet, opera and symphony? Should it try?