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Bainbridge Island Specials

Bainbridge Community Broadcasting (BCB)

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Bainbridge Island Specials

Bainbridge Island Specials

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When something special is happening on Bainbridge Island, BCB Specials bring it to you.

Latest Episodes

A reading of O. Henry's classic Christmas tale, The Gift of the Magi

Listen here as BCB Manager Diane Walker reads O. Henry's classic Christmas Tale, The Gift of the Magi; intro music from El McMeen.

15 MIN2018 DEC 22
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A reading of O. Henry's classic Christmas tale, The Gift of the Magi

Local ghost stories for Halloween

From the Sandspit to Winslow Way and Fort Ward, from Kingston to Indianola and the piers of Seattle, strange phenomena abound, and you can hear all about it here as Bainbridge Public Library's John Fossett, BCB's Diane Walker, and The Art Project's Susan Wiersema share true ghost stories from Bainbridge Island and beyond.

40 MIN2018 OCT 27
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Local ghost stories for Halloween

2018 Poetry Corners Live

From senior flirting to downward dogs and runaway beets, no subject is off limits to Bainbridge poets when invited to submit their favorite works with no theme to inhibit their creativity! Listen here as Bainbridge poets read their winning submissions to this year's Poetry Corners contest.

32 MIN2018 MAY 3
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2018 Poetry Corners Live

Tom Challinor reads A Child's Christmas in Wales

Looking for a quiet break from the holiday rush? Listen here as noted Shakespeare expert, actor, and co-director of inD Theatre Tom Challinor reads Dylan Thomas’s Christmas classic, “A Child’s Christmas in Wales.”

25 MIN2017 DEC 21
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Tom Challinor reads A Child's Christmas in Wales

Seattle librarian Di Zhang discusses Fake News at Library U

In this, the final talk of this year's Library U series on Fake News at the Bainbridge Island Library, Di Zhang, reference librarian at the Seattle Public Library, offers instructions on how to evaluate information, and describes some resources and best practices for identifying fake news.

58 MIN2017 OCT 25
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Seattle librarian Di Zhang discusses Fake News at Library U

Seattle Weekly founder David Brewster discusses fake news

In this, the third talk of this year's Library U series on Fake News at the Bainbridge Island Library, David Brewster, founder of Seattle Weekly, Eastside Week, Sasquatch Books, Crosscut.com and Town Hall, explores the current state of our local news media and addresses the search for reliable news sources.

69 MIN2017 OCT 17
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Seattle Weekly founder David Brewster discusses fake news

2017 Parks & Rec Candidate Forum

On Wednesday, October 11, at Bainbridge City Hall, Bainbridge Island’s candidates for Parks and Recreation Commissioner, incumbent Kirk Robinson and challenger Michael Pollack, briefly introduced themselves and answered questions provided by the audience.

44 MIN2017 OCT 14
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2017 Parks & Rec Candidate Forum

2017 Council Candidate Forum October 9

In this short podcast, recorded Monday evening, October 9, at Bainbridge City Hall, each of Bainbridge Island’s candidates for City Council briefly introduce themselves and answer two questions.

21 MIN2017 OCT 11
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2017 Council Candidate Forum October 9

Library U: Kate Starbird on Fake News

In this second talk of this year's Library U series at the Bainbridge Island Library, Kate Starbird, University of Washington assistant professor in the Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering, describes her research surrounding fake news and social media in times of crisis.

51 MIN2017 OCT 7
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Library U: Kate Starbird on Fake News

Bainbridge Island Library U: Andrew Wahl on Fake News

In this first talk of this year's Library U series at the Bainbridge Island Library, T. Andrew Wahl, journalism professor at Everett Community College, discusses the history of fake news and explores the challenges of journalism in the digital age.

62 MIN2017 OCT 1
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Bainbridge Island Library U: Andrew Wahl on Fake News

Latest Episodes

A reading of O. Henry's classic Christmas tale, The Gift of the Magi

Listen here as BCB Manager Diane Walker reads O. Henry's classic Christmas Tale, The Gift of the Magi; intro music from El McMeen.

15 MIN2018 DEC 22
Comments
A reading of O. Henry's classic Christmas tale, The Gift of the Magi

Local ghost stories for Halloween

From the Sandspit to Winslow Way and Fort Ward, from Kingston to Indianola and the piers of Seattle, strange phenomena abound, and you can hear all about it here as Bainbridge Public Library's John Fossett, BCB's Diane Walker, and The Art Project's Susan Wiersema share true ghost stories from Bainbridge Island and beyond.

40 MIN2018 OCT 27
Comments
Local ghost stories for Halloween

2018 Poetry Corners Live

From senior flirting to downward dogs and runaway beets, no subject is off limits to Bainbridge poets when invited to submit their favorite works with no theme to inhibit their creativity! Listen here as Bainbridge poets read their winning submissions to this year's Poetry Corners contest.

32 MIN2018 MAY 3
Comments
2018 Poetry Corners Live

Tom Challinor reads A Child's Christmas in Wales

Looking for a quiet break from the holiday rush? Listen here as noted Shakespeare expert, actor, and co-director of inD Theatre Tom Challinor reads Dylan Thomas’s Christmas classic, “A Child’s Christmas in Wales.”

25 MIN2017 DEC 21
Comments
Tom Challinor reads A Child's Christmas in Wales

Seattle librarian Di Zhang discusses Fake News at Library U

In this, the final talk of this year's Library U series on Fake News at the Bainbridge Island Library, Di Zhang, reference librarian at the Seattle Public Library, offers instructions on how to evaluate information, and describes some resources and best practices for identifying fake news.

58 MIN2017 OCT 25
Comments
Seattle librarian Di Zhang discusses Fake News at Library U

Seattle Weekly founder David Brewster discusses fake news

In this, the third talk of this year's Library U series on Fake News at the Bainbridge Island Library, David Brewster, founder of Seattle Weekly, Eastside Week, Sasquatch Books, Crosscut.com and Town Hall, explores the current state of our local news media and addresses the search for reliable news sources.

69 MIN2017 OCT 17
Comments
Seattle Weekly founder David Brewster discusses fake news

2017 Parks & Rec Candidate Forum

On Wednesday, October 11, at Bainbridge City Hall, Bainbridge Island’s candidates for Parks and Recreation Commissioner, incumbent Kirk Robinson and challenger Michael Pollack, briefly introduced themselves and answered questions provided by the audience.

44 MIN2017 OCT 14
Comments
2017 Parks & Rec Candidate Forum

2017 Council Candidate Forum October 9

In this short podcast, recorded Monday evening, October 9, at Bainbridge City Hall, each of Bainbridge Island’s candidates for City Council briefly introduce themselves and answer two questions.

21 MIN2017 OCT 11
Comments
2017 Council Candidate Forum October 9

Library U: Kate Starbird on Fake News

In this second talk of this year's Library U series at the Bainbridge Island Library, Kate Starbird, University of Washington assistant professor in the Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering, describes her research surrounding fake news and social media in times of crisis.

51 MIN2017 OCT 7
Comments
Library U: Kate Starbird on Fake News

Bainbridge Island Library U: Andrew Wahl on Fake News

In this first talk of this year's Library U series at the Bainbridge Island Library, T. Andrew Wahl, journalism professor at Everett Community College, discusses the history of fake news and explores the challenges of journalism in the digital age.

62 MIN2017 OCT 1
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Bainbridge Island Library U: Andrew Wahl on Fake News
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