HPR Produced Talk Shows

University of Hawaii at Manoa

Today on Bytemarks Café, Burt and Ryan will find out how Hawaiʻi has secured the first Wood Innovations Grant from the U.S. Forest Service.

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East Rift Zone Insurance; Lifeguard Shortage; Maui College Solar; Last Taxi Dance

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  Traveling anytime soon? Learn some simple tips and tricks to stay healthy and enjoy your adventures. Next time on The Body Show, Dr. Kathy Kozak will talk with a travel expert about medications to bring, immunizations, and more.

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$10-million DOE Settlement; Foreign Exchange Program on Maui; Condo Real Estate Law Change; Tuvan throat singers: Tyva Kyzy

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Rise in Suicide; Albizia Wood; Manoa Heritage Center; Taimane

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Today on Bytemarks Café, Burt and Ryan will learn about an international coding cotest called "e-ICON" that originates from Korea. e-ICON brings students from around the world to compete and collaborate on apps that improve the international educational environment.

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Promises were made, but will they be kept? Have we forged a new relationship with a potentially dangerous nuclear adversary? Or have we weakened our position in the Asia-Pacific by cancelling joint military exercises with South Korea?

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Long-term Mental Health Concerns of Kilauea Eruptions; Kauai Flooding Update; Shade Institute; Project 1 Voice, Flyin’ West

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From a seemingly simple sunburn, to a serious near catastrophe. Join Dr. Kathy Kozak on the next Body Show, where she will talk with the head of the Burn Center at Straub about how to avoid getting a burn that needs major medical attention.

Blue Startups

On the next Bytemarks Café, Ryan and Burt will catch up with a few companies from the latest Blue Startup cohort - #10. These companies uniquely started on the mainland, but have roots here in the islands. The guys will find out why these kamaʻāina are returning home. 

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Ridesharing Companies face cap on Surge Pricing; Lava Flow threatens Big Island Agriculture; Late Entry into Hawaii Congressional Race; Counting the Cost of Newspapers in Decline; Celebrating Children’s Literature

Max Pixel

If you have diabetes, it's the beginning of a long road of working hard to prevent damage to the kidneys, heart, eyes, and more. Next time on The Body Show, Dr. Kathy Kozak will talk about a comprehensive diabetes management program, and what that can do for you. 

U.S Department of Defense

Mandatory Evacuations in Lower Puna; State Cracks Down on Building Permits; HART Faces Audit; Tribute to Muddy Waters live at HPR

USGS

Kilauea Activity Claims Geothermal Wells; Tourism Misconceptions in Wake of Volcanic Eruptions; Freezing Credit to Stop Identity Theft; Racial Equality Through Fair Housing

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Today on Bytemarks Café, Burt and Ryan will talk to Elemental Excelerator about a report they commissioned called Transcending Oil. The guys will find out how the plan lays out a path for Hawaiʻi's clean energy economy and how everyone in Hawaiʻi can participate. 

US Geological Survey

Kilauea activity raises insurance coverage considerations for businesses; Lava Accident Survivor; National Security vs Civil Liberty

The Body Show: Eye Care

May 28, 2018
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What happens when your vision changes, and you find out it's not just age - it's cataracts or macular degeneration. Today on The Body Show, Dr. Kathy Kozak will talk with an expert about how to get the eye care you need, so you can see for life.

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Coast Guard Compass

China Expert; EPA Monitoring Air Quality Around Kilauea; Electricity Challenges Around Puna; New School/Old School/Too Cool for School Poetry Slam

Department of Land and Natural Resources

Today on Bytemarks Café, Burt and Ryan will find out about a fast-growing coral that the Department of Land and Natural Resources uses to repopulate the reefs. They will hear how these corals are given the 5-star treatment and then out planted as coral pyramids.

United States Navy

Defense Missile Radar in Hawaii; Navy Disaster Preparedness; The Long View; Kauai Chorale at Lincoln Center

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Today we sit down with our guests Jane Sugimura of the Hawaii Council of Community Associations, Allen Wilson of Hawaiiana Management, Councilmember Carol Fukunaga, and Associa Hawaii’s Richard Emery to talk about the rising costs of condo living in Hawaii.

Catherine Cruz

If you have an emergency, one of the first things to do is call 9-1-1. What are some of the common reasons people call for help? Today on The Body Show, Dr. Kathy Kozak will talk with Emergency Medical Services Chief Dean Nakano, and Dr. Michael Hayashi from Queen's Medical Center, about what you need to know about emergency treatment here in the islands.

Ryan Finnerty

City Responds to Dockless Scooters; Eruption Increases Uncertainty for Farmers; EPA Examines Cesspool Challenges; Miss Aligned 2 Anthology

US Geological Survey

East Rift Zone Update; Changes at the Airport; Charter School Evacuation; Mayor Wright Housing Redevelopment

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Today on Bytemarks Café, Burt and Ryan will get an update on the technology connecting Hawaiʻi's classrooms, and how it's evolving to prepare our keiki for the future. The Chief Information Officer for the Department of Education, Brook Conner, joins the show to share his vision for ed-tech in Hawaiʻi.

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Honolulu City Council Explores Additional Regulation on Uber, Lyft

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East Rift Zone Update; Animal Victims of Eruption; Charter School Evacuation; Mayor Wright Housing Redevelopment

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