Who’s On Bainbridge

<b>Meet Washington State Supreme Court Justice Sheryl Gordon McCloud</b>

Meet Washington State Supreme Court Justice Sheryl Gordon McCloud

Bainbridge Islander Sheryl Gordon McCloud is a Washington State Supreme Court Justice, starting her second six-year term after winning re-election in November. Having served as a criminal defense lawyer and an accomplished appellate lawyer, McCloud is the recipient of the Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers’ […]

<b>Oral History with Lavina Johnson</b>

Oral History with Lavina Johnson

Published in partnership with the Bainbridge Island Historical Museum Listen here as former island resident Lavina Johnson describes what it was like growing up in Winslow in the 1940s and 50’s. In this 19-minute podcast excerpted from a one-hour and 30 minute interview with BIHM […]

<b>Oral History with Dick Shryock</b>

Oral History with Dick Shryock

Bainbridge Island in the 1940’s and 50’s: a partnership with the Bainbridge Island Historical Museum Listen here as island resident Dick Shryock describes life growing up on Wing Point in the 1940s, the impact World War II had on his family and the area, and […]

<b>Bainbridge Island in the 1930’s and 40’s:
 <br>Oral history with Karen Beierle</b >

Bainbridge Island in the 1930’s and 40’s:

Oral history with Karen Beierle

Who remembers when the first television came to Bainbridge Island? Listen here as lifelong Island resident Karen McCormic Beierle shares her memories of growing up on Bainbridge, including the 1949 earthquake that destroyed the Pleasant Beach School. Born in the late 1930s, Karen grew up in […]

<i>Podcast: Who’s on Bainbridge: </i><br>Chuck Callaham’s Oral History

Podcast: Who’s on Bainbridge:
Chuck Callaham’s Oral History

Bainbridge Island in the 1930’s and 40’s: A partnership with the Bainbridge Island Historical Museum Listen here as lifelong Island resident Chuck Callaham shares memories of growing up on Bainbridge, including biking, ice skating, and the early days of the Bainbridge Island Fire Department. Chuck […]

<i>Podcast: Who’s on Bainbridge: </i><br> Meet BI Historical Museum’s new director, Brianna Kosowitz

Podcast: Who’s on Bainbridge:
Meet BI Historical Museum’s new director, Brianna Kosowitz

In this podcast BCB host Jo Jenkins introduces us to the new Executive Director of the Bainbridge Island Historical Museum, Brianna Kosowitz.    Brianna comes to the museum from the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History in Washington D.C. In this interview, she describes her love of history, […]

<i>Podcast: Who’s on Bainbridge: </i><br> An Oral History interview with Pickleball inventor Barney McCallum

Podcast: Who’s on Bainbridge:
An Oral History interview with Pickleball inventor Barney McCallum

Bainbridge Island in the 1930’s and 40’s: a partnership with the Bainbridge Island Historical Museum Listen here to the first of our Bainbridge Island Oral History podcasts as Pickleball inventor Barney McCallum describes summers on Bainbridge Island in the 1930s and 40s and tells the […]

<i>Podcast: Who’s On Bainbridge: </i>Jonathan Evison to launch <i>Lawn Boy</i> April 2 at BARN

Podcast: Who’s On Bainbridge: Jonathan Evison to launch Lawn Boy April 2 at BARN

Bainbridge native son and bestselling author Jonathan Evison will be launching his newest book, Lawn Boy, on Monday, April 2 from 6:30-9 at BARN. In this podcast Jonathan’s long-time friend and editor, Jim Thomsen, talks with him at length about their experiences growing up on […]

<i>Podcast: Who’s On Bainbridge: </i><br>Hiking the Via Francigena in Tuscany with Carla Mackey

Podcast: Who’s On Bainbridge:
Hiking the Via Francigena in Tuscany with Carla Mackey

Join us on Who’s on Bainbridge to hear Carla Mackey discuss her adventures hiking a segment of the Via Francigena in southern Tuscany. Talking with BCB host Bob Ross, Carla explores the history of the trail and what first drew her to undertake the adventure.  […]

<i>Podcast: Who’s On Bainbridge: </i><br>Island Treasure Nancy Rekow

Podcast: Who’s On Bainbridge:
Island Treasure Nancy Rekow

Recently named Island Treasure Nancy Rekow is a poet, a leader of poetry workshops for over 43 years, a poetry reading organizer, an editor/consultant for various books, and co-founder of NW Trillium Press. Listen here to learn more about her life and work. Describing herself […]