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Movies 101

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Movies 101 began mid-1999, as Spokane Public Radio's KSFC started establishing itself as a separate news and information service. As KSFC as matured, so did Movies 101. The show has also been picked up on KPBX and has a loyal fan base, Friday evenings at 6:30pm. Movies 101 is produced by Spokane Public Radio Music and Arts Producer, Jim Tevenan.
 
Inland Journal is a half-hour public affairs program that includes news features and interviews produced by SPR staff, reporters from the Northwest News Network (N3) and others. The program has a regional focus that reflects the broad listening area of Spokane Public Radio.
 
A bi-monthly public affairs radio program that airs live on the 2nd, 4th and 5th Mondays of the month at 3pm (PST), on KYRS Radio, 88.1FM and 92.3FM, in Medical Lake/Spokane, WA. The program educates listeners about the diversity of spiritual and religious views and practices; examines current local, national and international issues through a spiritual lens; and challenges the ways in which organized religion has been, and is currently being, used as a weapon of oppression. www.revolutionar ...
 
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Area 3, Greater Sandpoint Jane Fritz has lived in Sandpoint, Idaho, for 40 years and is a published writer, poet, independent radio producer and author of Legendary Lake Pend Oreille (Keokee Books, 2018, 2010). She is also the media director of The Idaho Mythweaver, a 30-year-old nonprofit organization that has worked with the Plateau tribes of the…
 
Area 3, Downtown Sandpoint Jane Fritz has lived in Sandpoint, Idaho, for more than 40 years and is a published writer, poet, independent radio producer and author of Legendary Lake Pend Oreille (Keokee Books, 2018, 2010). She is also the media director of The Idaho Mythweaver, a 30-year-old nonprofit organization that has worked with the Plateau tr…
 
Area 2, Garfield Bay Jane Fritz has lived in Sandpoint, Idaho, for more than 40 years and is a published writer, poet, independent radio producer and author of Legendary Lake Pend Oreille (Keokee Books, 2018, 2010). She is also the media director of The Idaho Mythweaver, a 30-year-old nonprofit organization that has worked with the Plateau tribes o…
 
Meet Lake Pend Oreille Jane Fritz has lived in Sandpoint, Idaho, for more than 40 years and is a published writer, poet, independent radio producer and author of Legendary Lake Pend Oreille (Keokee Books, 2018, 2010). She is also the media director of The Idaho Mythweaver, a 30-year-old nonprofit organization that has worked with the Plateau tribes…
 
Pivot Spokane is a live storytelling event hosted quarterly. It returned to full production with a performance on June 17 at the Washington Cracker Building. I Got You was the theme of the evening's six performances heard July 12-14 on KPBX at 6:30 pm on The Bookshelf . In this episode, storytellers Kiantha Duncan and Darrien Mack take the stage.…
 
Pivot Spokane is a live storytelling event hosted quarterly. It returned to full production with a performance on June 17 at the Washington Cracker Building. I Got You was the theme of the evening's six performances heard July 12-14 on KPBX at 6:30 pm on The Bookshelf . In this episode, storytellers Josh Armstrong and Jennifer Mesa take the stage.…
 
Pivot Spokane is a live storytelling event hosted quarterly. It returned to full production with a performance on June 17 at the Washington Cracker Building. I Got You was the theme of the evening's six performances heard July 12-14 on KPBX at 6:30 pm on The Bookshelf. In this episode, storytellers Katie Blackburn and Adam Schluter take the stage.…
 
Batter up! This is the Inland Journal podcast from Spokane Public Radio. I’m Doug Nadvornick. Thursday, April 1 is opening day for Major League Baseball. The minor league season will begin, for some, on May 4. For many minor league teams, moving forward will be a different experience because of fundamental changes made in the system during the off-…
 
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Our new Inland Journal podcast features a chat with Spokane County Health Officer Dr. Bob Lutz. We’ll hear about an isolation facility at the Spokane County Fairgrounds where people who were exposed to the coronavirus and show symptoms (or who have symptoms of flu or the cold) can stay if they have nowhere safe to go. We’ll also talk about expanded…
 
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Today on Inland Journal, people and companies are busy making personal protective equipment for people who are exposed to the coronavirus. We talk with the director of one Coeur d’Alene company. We talk with a hospital CEO in Omak about the struggles there and what his facility is doing to stay afloat. A Spokane dentist tells us how practices have …
 
Today on Inland Journal and the Inland Journal podcast, the states of Washington and Idaho are now both in ‘stay-at-home mode.’ Spokane County officials stay consistent with the “social distancing” message, but not everyone is listening. An employee at Fairchild Air Force Base tries to explain the coronavirus and its ripples in a new book for child…
 
Today on Inland Journal and the Inland Journal podcast, the coronavirus hijacked the Washington legislative session during its last couple of weeks. Lawmakers worked to approve a $200 million package aimed at helping people affected by Covid-19. We’ll talk with two Spokane area legislators about that and other accomplishments from the session. Coro…
 
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