How Cool is That? Innovation in the Arctic

KSKA: Tuesday, June, 06 2017, at 2:00 p.m. Though the Arctic regions of the world are remote and less populated, there can still be plenty of innovation to be found. In this show we’ll be hearing from a number of innovators about projects under way, both here in Alaska and abroad. LISTEN HERE

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...

Mr. BBQ – Steven Raichlen Shares Secrets of Salmon on the Grill

This week on Addressing Alaskans, we're bringing you a special production with BBQ demigod Steve Raichlen. He spent a few days with us in Anchorage this summer sharing his passion for cooking over an open flame. Raichlen sits down for a spicy chat with Alaska Public Media's Pat Yack while he was here. KSKA: Tuesday, August 26, at 2:00 and 9:00 p.m. Listen Now:

Addressing Alaskans: All Things Cold

From quinzhees, icicle frogs, permafrost tunnels, arctic divers and explorers Bill Streever discusses his New York Times best seller Cold on this week's Addressing...

Addressing Alaskans: Dashiell Hammett in the Aleutians

This week on Addressing Alaskans, listen to playwright Peter Porco's presentation on "Dashiell Hammett in the Aleutians," recorded at the last lecture...

Addressing Alaskans: Impacts of Oil & Gas Development on Traditional Ways

The former mayor of Nuiqsut, Rosemary Ahtuangaruak gave the keynote address at this year's BIONEERS in Alaska, 6th annual conference. After attending the University...

Everyone You Meet is Your Teacher

This week on Addressing Alaskans, Fairbanks grown Michael Carey reflects how newspapers and books have shaped his career as an Alaska news man. "Newspapers were my teachers." Reporting on Alaska news and politics at the Anchorage Daily New and Alaska Public Media for over three decades, Carey recounts his most memorable communications with readers and unforgettable interviews with influential Alaskans in his talk "Everyone You Meet is Your Teacher: What the Buddha Taught and Alaska Newspaperman." KSKA: Tuesday 1/14 at 2:00 pm and 9:00 pm Listen Now

Addressing Alaskans: FBI Operations in Foreign Countries

This week on Addressing Alaskans, listen to a talk given by former special agent with FBI Alaska, Kevin Fryslie (pictured right). In "FBI...

Addressing Alaskans: Republican Gubernatorial Debate

In their last public speaking opportunity before the primary election, Governor Sean Parnell, Ralph Samuels, and Bill Walker met for a Republican Gubernatorial debate...

Addressing Alaskans: Canada's Arctic Foreign Policy

As Canada prepares to be the next Chair of the Arctic Council in 2013, followed by the United States, Jennifer Loten says "it's important...

Addressing Alaskans: Living With Urban Wildlife – Can We Coexist?

Photo courtesy of Larry Lewis, Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Most Alaskans agree they like seeing moose and even bears in their neighborhoods,...

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: Polar Bears and Climate Change, The Future of an Arctic Icon

Eric Regehr gently nooses polar bear cub. Photo courtesy U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. As a polar bear biologist with U.S. Fish and Wildlife...

Addressing Alaskans: Governor Sean Parnell

Upon Sarah Palin's resignation, Sean Parnell became Alaska's 12th governor on July 26, 2009. In his short time as Governor, Parnell has expressed strong...

Renewable Energy Across Alaska

Executive director of the Renewable Energy Alaska Project (REAP), Chris Rose believes Alaska can be an international leader on renewable energy. Harnessing about...

Addressing Alaskans: Health Effects of Climate Change

Back in November you heard Dr. Jeffrey Demain speaking on Climate Change and the Impact on Human Health – An Alaska Perspective. On March...

Advice from the Alaskan Consular Corp.

KSKA: Tuesday, March 12 at 2pm. On the program this week we get to learn about the Alaskan Consular Corps. We’ll answer some questions like “who are consuls?” “why do we have them in Alaska?” and “what do they do?” This was a panel discussion featuring some very experienced consuls sharing with us what their jobs entail and what to expect when traveling to their home countries. LISTEN HERE

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

Causes of Alaska’s high healthcare costs

KSKA Tuesday, Jan. 23 2017, at 2:00 p.m.

APRN Speaker Series: Liane Hansen

Thursday, August 11 @ 2:00 pm and 7:00 pm Before retiring as host of Weekend Edition Sunday at the end of May, Liane Hansen paid a visit to her listeners in Alaska. After a skate at West Chester Lagoon and before watching the start of the Iditarod, Liane sat down with APTI's Pat Yack at the Wendy Williamson auditorium to reflect on her 22 years with NPR.