(First airdate: December 6, 2017) Author Louise Marley talks with Cris Wilson about her newest book A Secret History of Witches published under the pseudonym Louisa Morgan. Louise also discusses her Benedict Hall series set in Seattle after WWI published under the name Cate Campbell. Her 20 novels, ranging from historical fiction to science fiction, all feature strong women who push against societal norms and expectations.
(First airdate: December 5, 2017) PILAR CLARK: TWIRLING THROUGH THE “BEAUTIFUL VORTEX”. Our Town Host Maryanne McNellis interviews Pilar Clark, a server at the Old Whiskey Mill in downtown Port Townsend. This single mom has two kids under the age of five. She also has a boundless optimism for the future. She adores Port Townsend, which she calls a ‘beautiful vortex.’ Her bubbly, sunny nature warms the damp darkness of our Northwest winter. Friends, customers and even strangers turn toward her like flowers to the sun.
Wendell’s vacancy takes two to fill ~ both DJ Donn Trethewey and longtime KPTZ supporter Toni Vincent have stepped in to fill his shoes.
Old Time Radio airs from 5-7pm every Sunday and features vintage radio programs from radio’s early days.
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‘Tis the season for overeating and not getting enough exercise…but lest we fall prey to the illusion that we can pop a pill to make up for our bad behavior, this week on the Compass we reprise a story we did several years ago on the pills that more and more Americans hope will fend off the ill effects of an unhealthy lifestyle. Then correspondent Martha Baskin looks at the question of what place natural gas has in plans for a clean energy future.
Now that Ellen Bonjorno has relocated to New York City, we're grateful she recorded all of her Sing It Sister! shows featuring all kinds of music with women’s voices. KPTZ is reprising the entire series, every Friday evening from 7 to 8pm.
Ellen’s farewell note to the station sent just before her last Sing It, Sister! show aired on Labor Day says, “It’s been lovely to be part of KPTZ! I hope to do some kind of broadcasting work in NYC. Wish me luck! Peace N Love, Ellen”
CLICK HERE to listen to Ellen's Under the Rainbow exit interview. All of us at KPTZ miss Ellen and wish her the very best success in all her new endeavors.