Who's On Bainbridge

In each episode of this BCB podcast show, we listen in on a 15 to 25 minute personal conversation with a local islander who helps make Bainbridge Island such an interesting and engaging place to live.


Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 19m. Bisher sind 59 Folge(n) erschienen.

episode 59: Citizen of the Year Reed Price

Exercise, used clothes, card games, field trips, play performances, chickens -- all part of what Citizen of the Year Reed Price deals with daily in his role as Director of the Senior Center. Listen here to learn more!


 2019-06-26  9m

episode 58: Meet Denise Dumouchel, Executive Director of BARN

In this interview Denise Dumouchel, Executive Director of BARN, shares her love of BARN, of volunteers, and of poetry with BCB host Bob Ross.


 2019-04-24  11m

episode 57: Master swimmer Andrea Hunt

This week islander Andrea Hunt joins us on Who’s on Bainbridge to discuss her lifelong connection to swimming and the important part it plays in her every day life.


 2019-03-15  10m

episode 56: Meet Bainbridge native Molly Malcolm Hayner, now an actress in Barcelona

Actor Molly Malcolm Hayner grew up on Bainbridge Island, majored in theater at U.W., and has an acting career in Barcelona, Spain, where she has lived for twenty years. Listen here to learn about her journey.


 2019-03-11  17m

episode 55: Island Treasure Lynn Brunelle

Bainbridge Islander Lynn Brunelle has authored 45 books, won 4 Emmys, and has a Muppet created in her likeness especially for her. Listen here to learn how her passions for art, for science, and for kids inspired her incredible career.


 2019-03-08  20m

episode 54: Island Treasure Steve Stolee

Bainbridge Islander Steve Stolee, founder and president of Island Theatre, has been named one of our newest Island Treasures. Listen here to find out what inspires him and how Island Theatre got its start.


 2019-03-02  20m

episode 53: Washington State Supreme Court Justice Sheryl 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.Listen here as she talks about the justice system and her work.


 2019-01-03  22m

episode 52: Oral History with Lavina Johnson

Listen here as former island resident Lavina Johnson describes what it was like growing up in Winslow in the 1940s and 50's.


 2019-01-01  20m

episode 51: Oral History with Dick Shryock

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 two of his summer jobs, first as the Wing Point Golf Club greens keeper and later working on...


 2018-10-09  16m

episode 50: 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.


 2018-09-03  17m