Talk Shows


The Body Show
8:32 pm
Mon November 24, 2014

The Body Show: Medication

  The right medication at the right time for the right person...That's the goal of choosing wisely, and something that all patients should discuss with their providers. Dr. Mark Baker will be in the studio exploring a program designed to help people and their primary care providers to find the best way to navigate the ever-changing health care environment to make sure they get what they need.  Today at 5pm on HPR2

Town Square
8:13 pm
Thu November 20, 2014

Town Square: Hawaii Health Connector and State Medical Providers

On this edition of Town Square, a look at the relationship between the Hawaii Health Connector and state medical providers.  Hawaii Health Connector director Jeff Kissel, Executive Vice President of Hawaii Pacific Health, Dr. Ginny Pressler, and Senator Josh Green answered your questions.

Bytemarks Cafe
8:07 pm
Wed November 19, 2014

Bytemarks Cafe: Transition Oahu, Start Hawaii, & new tsunami inundation maps

  Joining us today is David Atcheson from Transition Oahu to tell us about a cool mapping project. Then we have Matt Sullivan tell us about Start Hawaii. Finally, we've invited Gerard Fryer and Peter Hirai to tell us about the new tsunami inundation maps and what they mean for disaster preparedness

The Body Show
9:36 am
Tue November 18, 2014

The Body Show: Sports Medicine

(due to technical problems the show starts at 23:18 into the show)

Playing sports and staying safe is the goal of any athletic trainer, but injuries can happen, some more devastating than others. Sam Lee, certified athletic trainer will be in the studio, sharing his role of keeping all of our teams on the winning side of safety. 

Town Square
9:09 am
Thu November 13, 2014

Today on Town Square: Homelessness in Paradise

The Institute for Human Services is planning a program to help some homeless people return to their home states and it wants to spread the word that Hawaii is not the place for mainland homeless people to come. Our panel will look at the specifics of saying Paradise isn't for everyone.  Guests: Colin Kippen, Homeless Coordinator for the State of Hawai‘i; Connie Mitchell, IHS, Executive Director; Greg Payton ,Partners In Care, Executive Chair;  Larry Geller,Community Advocate.

Bytemarks Cafe
7:46 pm
Wed November 12, 2014

Bytemarks Cafe: HMAUS and Hiki No

  Joining us today is Ross Rasmussen from HMAUS to tell us about their upcoming Fall Fest 2014. Finally, we've invited Shisa Kahaunaele and Liberty Peralta from PBS Hawaii to talk about Hiki No, now in it's 6th year. 

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Bytemarks Cafe
7:56 pm
Wed November 5, 2014

Bytemarks Cafe:BizPitch, Global Startup Battle, & XLR8UH

Steve Sue from Bizgym Foundation previews the upcoming BizPitch Camp. Bryan Butteling from Startup Weekend Honolulu readies the troops for the Global Startup Battle. Omar and Tarik Sultan from Sultan Ventures, Jacob Isaac-Lowry from FlyWire Cameras and Milton Garces from RedVox  will call from Hawaii Island with details about the XLR8UH accelerator program.

Town Square
8:55 pm
Thu October 30, 2014

Town Square: Duke Aiona

  In the last of  our series of conversations with gubernatorial candidates Ige, Hanneman and Aiona.  This week we talk with GOP candidate Duke Aiona.  How does he assess the race to this point and the issues that he hopes will swing voters his way?  Today at 5pm on HPR2

The Body Show
8:02 pm
Mon October 27, 2014

The Body Show: Nutrition

How can the holidays be fun, and healthy? Dr. Peggy Latare, pediatrician from Kaiser Permanente and Certified diabetes educator and nutritionist Sally Belles from Straub Clinic are in the studio to share their tips on keeping active and enjoying some treats during the next two months.

Town Square
8:38 pm
Thu October 23, 2014

Town Square: Mufi Hannemann

  Next in our series of conversations with gubernatorial candidates Ige, Hanneman and Aiona: this week we talk with Mufi Hannemann. What is he saying that's shaping the overall conversation about the race and the candidates who all want to be Hawaii's next governor?