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Looking for something you heard on the radio? Here's a complete list of audio we have on the site from all of our stations.
Wednesday August 21, 2013
  • TBTL
    #1410 - A Very Dark Place
    The image of Andrew's first apartment almost kills Luke and Camaro Kev, and former bank robber Drew McFrizz describes the awful days before he turned himself in to the feds.
  • David Boze
    David Boze Morning Show 8-21-13, Hour 1
    UPS Cuts Healthcare Benefits Because Of Obamacare, Matthews: GOP De-Legitimizing Obama, Australian Baseball Player's Shooting Death A Cultural Crisis, Iowa Woman's Tape Worm Diet,
  • Brock and Danny
    August 21, 2013 - Hour: 1
    As the Hawks prepare for the Packers this week, was the Golden Tate Hail Mary the ultimate highlight from last season? How is that play remembered by Seahawks fans as opposed to fans around the nation?
  • Luke Burbank Show
    August 21, 2013 - Hour: 1
    Another strange twist in the James DiMaggio case
  • Luke Burbank Show
    August 21, 2013 - Hour: 2
    Manning sentenced to 35 in leaks case
  • Ron and Don Show
    August 21, 2013 - Hour: 1
    Golden Tate not worried about Green Bay reception, Rachel brings us a story about a 35 year-old virgin
  • Ron and Don Show
    August 21, 2013 - Hour: 2
    RING MY BELLE: Do you want to scour your neighborhood for your neighbors' leftovers? There's an app for that, Facebook wants everyone on planet earth to have internet; trying to expand access in the developing world, WWII prisoner of war traded ring for two chocolate bars in German camp, now he has it back
  • Ron and Don Show
    August 21, 2013 - Hour: 3
    An Atlanta elementary school clerk who convinced gunman to put down his weapon talks to ABC, Bradley Manning gets 35 years in prison
  • Ron and Don: Top 5 at 5
    The Ron and Don Show Top 5 at 5
    An Atlanta elementary school clerk who convinced gunman to put down his weapon talks to ABC, Bradley Manning gets 35 years in prison
  • Ron and Don Show
    August 21, 2013 - Hour: 4
    Jim DiMaggio's family demands a DNA test to see if he is Hannah and Ethan's father
  • Cold Hard Facts
    Would the Professor take Russell Wilson over RG3?
    While several around the NFL say they would take Russell Wilson over RG3 in a re-do of the 2012 draft, John Clayton says not so fast.
  • The MacGuffin
    A Teacher - MacGuffin Audio Podcast #177
    Spencer is joined by writer/director Hannah Fidell (A Teacher). Segments include: handling challenging subject matter, markers of success, inspirations and aspirations for A Teacher, surprising favorite films, and thinking about the future. Upcoming Events: Secret Movie Night VI (8/26 at 9PM): http://on.fb.me/17KcMEW Links: http://www.ATeacherFilm.comhttp://twitter.com/ATeacherMoviehttp://twitter.com/holafidelhttp://twitter.com/ThatSpencer
  • Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross
    King County Sheriff Deputy stole drugs
    New this morning, DiMaggio's sister, Laura Robinson, wants a paternity test. After discovering her name was left off her brother's 100-thousand dollar insurance plan, and instead the beneficiary was the Anderson children's grandmother. King County Sheriff's Deputy Mitchell Wright is accused of stealing thousands of dollars worth of drugs while working as an undercover agent. Brandi Kruse reports.
  • Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross
    A thwarted elementary school massacre
    A heroic book-keeper may have stopped a scary scene at a suburban Atlanta elementary school yesterday from becoming another Newtown massacre. Drew Mikkleson of King 5 has been following the Staff Sargent Robert Bales trial.
  • David Boze
    David Boze Morning Show 8-21-13, Hour 2
    Australian Kid Victim Of Gunshot, Lee Daniels: America More Racist Post Obama, UPS Cancels Health Coverage For Employees' Spouses, Matthews On Birthers Trump And Cruz
  • David Boze
    David Boze Morning Show 8-21-13, Hour 3
    Australian Shooting Not A Gun Crisis, Hammertime: Benghazi Is Now "Operation Protect Hillary", Medved Visits With Dave
  • Ross and Burbank
    August 21, 2013 - Hour: 1
    Bradley Manning sentenced to 35 years
  • Travel Today with Peter Greenberg
    Travel Today: The Royal Princess
    The Royal Princess - Southampton, England
  • Dori Monson: Fastest 15
    Thursday: "I loved bus exhaust"
    A world of news in a tidy 15-minute package!
  • Dori Monson
    August 21, 2013 - Hour: 1
    The Big Lead: $15/hr minimum wage gets a BIG supporter. Aussie Baseball player killed by 'bored' teens in Oklahoma. Let's talk Sammamish LL!!! They're in the top 3 teams in the country! King County Sheriff John Urquhart talked about the deputy with 120 allegations against him. VC Nick Hanauer joins us to talk about why he thinks our minimum wage should be $15/hr. Reinstated Monroe Prison Guards getting back pay...350,000 dollars.
  • The Boss Show
    Difficult Conversations
    Best-selling Difficult Conversations co-author offers tips for those challenging communications
  • Wyman, Mike and Moore
    August 21, 2013 - Hour: 1
    Short first hour thanks to the Mariners. Speaking of the M's, how will they finish the season after a solid 5-4 road trip?
  • The Nightwatch with Colin and Tom
    August 21, 2013 - Hour: 1
    Colin Paisley, Tom Wassell and Matt Pitman in. Are you happy with the progress the Mariners have made in the 2nd half? Also Colin and Tom disagree, but realize they really don't. Plus how good would the Mariners be if their bullpen wasn't ranked 14th our of 15 AL teams?
  • The Andrew Walsh Show
    August 21, 2013 - Hour: 1
    FIRST THINGS FIRST: Bradley Manning has been sentenced to 35 years in prison, but could be paroled in 8. If his punishment is this harsh, what would Edward Snowden face?
  • Brock and Danny
    August 21, 2013 - Hour: 2
    Brock and Danny talk with Seahawks TE Zach Miller about his return from the PUP list and expectations for this season.
  • Dori Monson
    August 21, 2013 - Hour: 2
    The Fastest 15... Women call in: How much do you you know about football.
  • Wyman, Mike and Moore
    August 21, 2013 - Hour: 2
    Dave, Mike and Jim Sweep the Dial talking Green Bay rematch, Wilson over RG3, and M's surging against division. Also Seahawks LB Bobby Wagner stops by. Plus one area of concern on Seahawks defense.
  • The Nightwatch with Colin and Tom
    August 21, 2013 - Hour: 2
    The guys chat with John Boyle of the Everett Herald about his observations on the Seahawks. Also why are Seahawks fans so awesome? Plus would you rob Peter to pay Paul (cut Michael Robinson to sign someone younger)?
  • The Andrew Walsh Show
    August 21, 2013 - Hour: 2
    A North Bend hit-and-run case took a strange turn today when the defendant plead not guilty despite already having written a Facebook post proclaiming his feelings of guilt and desire to “man up.” Brandi Kruse reports.
  • Brock and Danny
    August 21, 2013 - Hour: 3
    Brock and Danny react to surprising comments from Ron Jaworski about which current NFL player has a chance to be the greatest QB of all time.
  • Dori Monson
    August 21, 2013 - Hour: 3
    The Big Lead@2 More with Nick Hanauer Awesome Audio of the Day!!! Today's sign...THE END IS NEAR!!!
  • Wyman, Mike and Moore
    August 21, 2013 - Hour: 3
    The guys talk to John Clayton for his daily look around the NFL. How important is Friday's game. Plus Michael needs help... with fantasy football.
  • The Nightwatch with Colin and Tom
    August 21, 2013 - Hour: 3
    Ichiro gets his 4,000th career hit and Tom feels ripped off that it wasn't as a Mariner. Also Colin proposed, she said yes and the guys give him grief. Back to Ichiro, why is he not as beloved as other greats?
  • The Andrew Walsh Show
    August 21, 2013 - Hour: 3
    TO FORGIVE IS DIVINE: Dr. Phil is in hot water for a controversial date rape tweet. Libby says she can see how this could happen and that Twitter is the wrong place for that discussion. Andrew says the media needs to step up and stop using Twitter to reduce discussions to yes or no.
  • Dave Ross Commentary
    Who do you root for?
    Here we are again, watching a fight in the middle east, and having no idea who to root for.
  • Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross
    Paternity test requested for James DiMaggio
    Now there is a question being raised on if DiMaggio is the father of Anderson and her 8-year-old brother Ethan. It could explain the unusual connection between DiMaggio and Anderson.
  • Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross
    Chris Hansen influences public vote on Sacramento Arena
    NBA savior Chris Hansen is compared to Oklahoma City owner Clay Bennett after influencing a public vote on Sacramento's new arena.
  • David Boze
    Obamacare Strikes Again. UPS cancels spouse benefits
    UPS has canceled health coverage for spouses of employees citing Obamacare as the reason and in Colorado, prices for bare bones coverage will almost triple under the Act. Boze argues that if a conservative policy had done either of those things, liberals would be in the streets.
  • Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross
    Sammamish's Eastlake Little Leaguers guaranteed at least 3rd place
    After a huge win against Tennessee State Champs, Sammamish's Eastlake Little Leaguers are guaranteed to take at least 3rd place.
  • Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross
    Fire started near Leavenworth
    Forest Service spokesperson Robin DeMario says the fires near Leavenworth are burning around 800 acres.
  • Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross
    Seahawks prepare for game against Green Bay Packers
    The Seahawks prepare for upcoming game against the Green Bay Packers and former player John Moffitt is now traded to Denver.
  • Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross
    Boys in the Boat
    Dave Ross talks about book 'Boys in the Boat' written by Daniel James Brown regarding the story of the American rowing team that stunned the world at the Olympic games in Berlin, 1936.
  • Ring My Belle
    Ring My Belle: Should White House Interns Be Paid?
    1. A King County Sheriff's Sergeant with more than 120 complaints against him is demoted. 2. There's now a push to get the White House to pay their interns. 3. Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is being criticized for her ultra feminine Vogue photo spread.
  • Ron and Don Show
    It's time to stop the passive-aggressive Seattle walk
    Seattle if you ever want to be a world-class city, your people need to learn to cross the street. Ron and Don have had it with what they dub the "passive-aggressive Seattle walk."
  • Ross and Burbank
    Seattle City Attorney denies SPD’s plan to crack down on “repeat offenders”
    Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes rejected an SPD attempt to crackdown on 28 “repeat offenders” who have failed to respond to civil infractions for drinking in public or sitting or lying on sidewalks. He joins us to explain why.
  • Dori Monson
    Entrepreneur Nick Hanauer defends $15/hr minimum wage
    Nick Hanauer is one of Seattle's most prominent businessmen, so it was a surprise when he came out in favor of a $15/hour minimum wage.
  • Brock and Danny Blue 42
    Observations from Huskies practice
    Brock Huard discusses what has stood out to him while watching Huskies practice.
  • Dori Monson
    Why is race ignored in Chris Lane murder?
    Media made the Trayvon Martin case all about race, so why is it being completely shut out after three black teens murdered an Australian baseball player?
  • Ring My Belle
    "Confessions of a Latter-Day Virgin:" A Seattle Woman's Memoir on Sex, Religion and Life
    Seattle's Nicole Hardy found herself a virgin at 35, not able to fit in with Mormon guys who wanted children and other men who weren't interested in a sexless relationship. Her secret story went public when she wrote about it for "The New York Times" Modern Love column and her new memoir on the topic was just released.
  • Dori Monson
    The best speech by a college student, ever
    This Georgia Tech student has a bright future in front of him.
  • Ring My Belle
    Ring My Belle: Two Seattle Guys Create An App So You Can Swap Leftovers With a Stranger
    1. Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg wants to bring cheap Internet to the 4-5 billion people who don't have it. 2. An amazing lost and found story about a WWII US POW who traded a gold ring for chocolate bars in 1943. The ring has had many owners over the years, and was recently, and miraculously, returned to the POWs family. 3. Two Seattle guys have created an app called Leftover Swap so that people can trade leftovers with strangers in their area.