Liz Goodrich of the Deschutes Public Library unveils the Novel Idea selection for 2019.
Mary Ann & Louise interview local author Nicole Meier about her new novel The Girl Made of Clay.
Louise & Mary Ann speak with Scott Rieckens of the FIRE Movement (Financial Independence Retire Early)
Louise & Mary Ann speak with Zachary Bass, Redmond Airport Manager, about Redmond Airport operations and future plans.
Emily O'Neal, Technical Services Manager at Deschutes Public Library, talks with Carolyn Esky and Mary Ann Hart about The Library of Things.
Anne and Frank Graham talk about her gender reassignment, her life, her choices, and their marriage.
Conversation about Women's History Month, the teachings and service of the Grimke Sisters, and an upcoming workshop "A Bodhisattva's Path of Nonviolent Action" with facilitator, Denise Torres, from the Center for Compassionate Living
The movies have often featured subtle, and sometimes not so subtle, messages about white suremacy and discrimination against people of color. KPOV DJ Teryl Young talks about it and gives us some examples.
KPOV DJ Teryl Young talks about African Americans in the US military, their experiences and what they have experienced coming back home. This conversation originally aired on The Point, February 21, 2018 on 88.9 FM KPOV.
Point Host Bruce Morris interviews Larry Kogovsek and Sara Conner about homelessness in Central Oregon and particularly being homeless as a woman. Also included is what the community can do to alleviate the poor conditions for homeless people. This conversation originally aired on The Point on Feb. 7, 2018 on 88.9FM KPOV.