KPTZ Programs

Compass for the Week of June 19, 2017

This week on the Compass, correspondent Martha Baskin reports on climate activists who are trying to stop the construction of the largest methanol manufacturing plant in the world at the port of Kalama WA. A failing culvert forces the closure of Highway 20 between Eaglemount Road and Anderson Lake Road for a week. And, as summer approaches, ranchers’ minds turn to relieving their livestock of their wool, so we revisit a story from several years ago: Shearing Day at the Rosebud Ranch and Fiber Studio.


Compass for the Week of June 12, 2017

This week on the Compass we feature an exclusive interview with Race to Alaska Race Boss Daniel Evans. And then we get a sneak preview of the Taste of Port Townsend. Steve Evans is the host.


Heart of Learning: Teaching Empathy

(First airdate: June 12, 2017) KPTZ introduces a new program, Heart of Learning, hosted by Heather McRae-Woolf. This local discussion program will focus on education in our region.
Guests on the first episode "Teaching Empathy" are teachers from Sunfield and Grant Street Schools.


Robert Wyss

(First airdate: June 7, 2017) Cris Wilson talks with Robert Wyss, the author of The Man Who Built the Sierra Club : A Life of David Brower.


Pride March 2017, Part 2

(First airdate: June 7, 2017) Marcia Perlstein guides us on a look forward to this year's Pride March on Saturday, June 10 on Water Street starting at 10am.


Pride March 2017, Part 1

(First airdate: June 6, 2017) Host Marcia Perlstein guides us on a look back at LGBTQ Pride week activities in Port Townsend.


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