KPTZ Programs

Compass for the Week of 5/07/18

May is National Bicycle month, in recognition of which fact we are bringing you a reprise of a program on bicycle safety originally aired on Friday, April 13th as part of Phil Andrus’ Tossed Salad program.

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Nancy Lord

(First airdate: May 2, 2018) Cris visits with Alaskan environmental writer and novelist Nancy Lord. Nancy has recently published a novel titled pH. She does a great job of drawing attention to ocean acidification by telling a fascinating story with believable Alaska characters.

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Tossed Salad for 5/04/18

Cue a little drama for this Friday. Phil Andrus starts Can’t Wait for Salad at 12:40pm with Missy Nielsen speaking for the Port Townsend Education Foundation. Followed by:

1:00 - Lee Inman, viola da gamba
2:00 - Risa Denenberg, poet and editor of Headmistress Press
2:30 - The DiTrani Brothers, live and lively instrumentals and vocals
3:30 - A surprise awaits
3:45 - Lorraine McConaghy on the State of Washington during World War I
4:30 - Don White, reading “Simmer” by Margaret Atwood

Tossed Salad for 4/27/18

This week on Tossed Salad, Taylor Clark gets creative at 1pm. The rest of this Friday's lineup is:

2:30 - Lisa Lynne & Aryeh Frankfurter, Celtic harps, rare instruments and stories to tell
3:30 - Wearable Art Show, with Margie McDonald, Nadia Fisch, and Nadia’s mother, Ann Emineth
4:00 - Martha Levinson, for the Nordic Fiddlers Bloc
4:30 - Deborah Kate Hammond reading

#109 Matt Wallace, Hope Roofing

(First airdate: April 24, 2018) MATT WALLACE: A VIEW FROM THE ROOF TOPS. Our Town Host Maryanne McNellis interviews Matt Wallace, the new owner of Hope Roofing. Matt’s a long-time roofer but new at running a business the size of Hope Roofing. He has backing from a group of private investors known as LION (Local Investing Opportunities Network). Matt wants to continue and expand this local institution - a company that’s been roofing the peninsula since 1977.

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Compass for the Week of 4/23/18

This week on the Compass we talk with a Federal Emergency Management Agency representative about her recent visit to hurricane-devastated Puerto Rico – and the relevance that experience has to the Olympic Peninsula when we are faced with disaster.

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