Recent Podcasts

<b>Movies That Matter: Free series starts November 1</b>

Movies That Matter: Free series starts November 1

Former EPA advisor Michael Cox Movies That Matter is a new free monthly film series, featuring thought-provoking movies on a variety of environmental topics. The first one will air Thursday, November 1; 7pm at the Lynwood Theater. In this podcast, BCB host Christina Hulet sits […]

<b>Fishgirl at the Farmers Market</b>

Fishgirl at the Farmers Market

Fishgirl owner Frank Ralph with his daughter, Campbell, the Fishgirl Meet one of the newest additions to the Bainbridge Farmers Market: Frank Ralph, the Owner of Fishgirl, a company solely dedicated to the harvesting of wild and sustainable seafood. In conversation with BCB host Bob […]

<b>BSO conductor’s podium now filled: meet Mario Alejandro Torres</b>

BSO conductor’s podium now filled: meet Mario Alejandro Torres

In this podcast interview you’ll meet Mario Alejandro Torres, the new Music Director and Conductor for the Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra. Born & raised in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, Mario is a conductor, teacher, and student who also performs on the viola and violin. He currently […]

<b>Nelda Swiggett’s Alaska Suite at Grace Church October 13</b>

Nelda Swiggett’s Alaska Suite at Grace Church October 13

Nelda Swiggett wants to inspire her audience through her music to be proactive about addressing climate change. A Bainbridge native, Nelda has composed The Alaska Suite: a musical story of beauty, loss, and hope.  Nelda and her five-piece chamber jazz ensemble will be performing these […]

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

Oral History with Dick Shryock

Bainbridge Island in the 1930’s and 40’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>Climate&Energy Forum tackles 1631, mobility levy</b>

Climate&Energy Forum tackles 1631, mobility levy

This month’s Climate & Energy Forum will address two climate-related issues on our November ballot: State Initiative 1631 and the island’s proposed SAFE Mobility Levy.  Come listen in from 10-11:30 am, October 20 at Eagle Harbor Congregational Church. State Initiative 1631 proposes the enactment of […]

<b>SAFE Mobility Levy: Debating the Pros and Cons</b>

SAFE Mobility Levy: Debating the Pros and Cons

(L to R) Doug Rauh, Mark Epstein, and Herb Hethcote Wondering how to vote on our upcoming SAFE Mobility levy? Listen here as Herb Hethcote and Doug Rauh, who helped draft the pro and con statements for our voters pamphlet, share their thoughts with COBI’s […]

<b>Bloedel Reserve celebrates 30th anniversary October 20-21</b>

Bloedel Reserve celebrates 30th anniversary October 20-21

Fabulous fall colors, a fungi walk, a floral arranging demo, a moss garden walk, a zen garden demo, jazz with Jenny Maybee, and of course the annual Squash Scavenger Hunt: it’s all part of Founders Weekend at the Bloedel Reserve, which celebrates its 30th anniversary […]

<b>Return to the Forbidden Planet at BPA October 12-28</b>

Return to the Forbidden Planet at BPA October 12-28

Forbidden Planet’s Captain Tempest (Bob Read) and Miranda (Megan Twanley) A sinister scientist, a faithful robot, an uncontrollable monster, and classic rock tunes:  everything you need for a fabulous evening of fun and frolic! Buckle up and blast off for adventure with Return to the […]

<b>Ronald Slye presents his book on Kenyan Truth, Justice and Reconciliation Sept. 27 at Eagle Harbor Books</b>

Ronald Slye presents his book on Kenyan Truth, Justice and Reconciliation Sept. 27 at Eagle Harbor Books

TJRC commissioner Ronald Slye (R) and TJRC vice-chair Tecla Namachanja (Photo from Daily Nation) Meet Ronald Slye, a Seattle U law professor who will be describing his experiences as one of three international commissioners for the Kenyan Truth, Justice and Reconciliation Commission on Thursday, September […]