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KIRO Radio Weekend
The news and conversation doesn't stop on Friday with the all new KIRO Radio 97.3 FM weekends, featuring fresh shows from some of your favorite personalities. Learn. Laugh. Relax.
  • Seattle Sounds

    Saturday at 7pm and Sunday at 5pm
    This Week: It's a Bumbershoot blowout with Mary Lambert of Macklemore fame on her special set, rising guitar slinger Ayron Jones is in studio with his producer Sir Mix A Lot, Program Director Chris Porter takes us behind the scenes and we're giving away a pair of tickets to the festival (for more information, check out Bumbershoot.org).
  • GeekWire

    Saturday at 7am and 9pm
    This Week: Are you ready for some Raspberry Pi? This credit-card sized computer has become a mainstay for do-it-yourself gadget builders and garage tinkerers, making it possible build everything from custom cameras to interactive light shows. A representative of the Raspberry Pi Foundation, in town from the UK, will be joining us in studio to talk about the Raspberry Pi phenomenon.
  • On the Water with Captain Bob McLaughlin

    Sundays at 8am
    This Week: Is the city of Seattle trying to put an end to houseboats? And what exactly is a Houseboat? There are three types of floating homes and Captain Bob will give you the scoop next time On the Water!
  • Jason Rantz Show

    Saturday from noon-2pm and Sunday from 6pm-8pm
    This Week: Seattle taxi cabs are crying foul when it comes to new ride-sharing companies like Uber and Lyft. So what's the fuss about? Dawn Gearhart is the Teamsters Local 117 Business Representative for Puget Sound taxi drivers and she'll join me live, with a taxi driver, to explain. Plus, the Washington State Labor Council plans to protest a speech by Gov. Scott Walker (R-WI) right here in Washington. I'll talk it out with a representative.
  • Let's Eat with Terry Jaymes & Providence Cicero

    Saturday at 4pm and Sunday at noon
    This Week: Kitchen Pantry Cookbook author Erin Coopey talks about why DIY condiments are better than store-bought. International Culinary Institute of the Art Institute of Seattle Scholarship winners, Ernesto Fuentes and Sergio Santillanes, talk about the "Black Box" cooking competition that put them in the money. Plus, Bar Cantinetta opens this weekend in Madison Valley. Proprietor Trevor Greenwood talks about this newest branch of the Cantinetta family tree.
  • It's Raining Cats & Dogs

    Sunday from 1pm-3pm
    This Week: We'll talk ticks with Dr. Megan Seekens and Pits with the President of Bullseye Pit Bull Rescue. Plus, your cat and dog questions answered with Dr. Lora Schuldt and the trainers from Ahimsa Dog Training.
  • Real Estate Today

    Sundays at 9am
    This Week: Real Estate prices are on the rise in Puget Sound. You have your eye on a terrific little rental but don't have the cash to buy it. What about using your Individual Retirement Account? IRAs that feature self-directed real estate purchases have become more understood in recent years, and consumers now a have speedier avenue to time-sensitive investments. Join host Tom Kelly and Joe DiDomenico, business development manager for Entrust, as they discuss real estate IRAs.
  • Home Matters with Pete and Rob

    Saturday at 8am and Sunday at 6am
    This Week: Before you even think about tackling any of your home flooring problems, you should listen to this weekend's show as Pete and Rob chat with Lyle Morris from Interior Floor Design. The group will discuss the best options for your flooring needs (whether it be carpet or wood or anything in-between), as well as how to find the best prices.
  • Ring My Belle with Rachel Belle

    Saturday at 5pm & Sunday at 3pm
    This Week: A former shoe designer in NYC is teaching women how to walk in heels. The highly popular class costs about $50 an hour and Rachel spoke with the teacher. Rachel speaks with the supporters and the opposition of I-522, a bill that wants to put a GMO label on Washington foods in supermarkets. Some classic board games have been given makeunders, so that kids can play them in a fraction of the time they usually take. Why? Kids are too busy for a full game of Monopoly.
  • Seattle Kitchen with Chefs Tom Douglas & Thierry Rautureau

    Saturday from 2pm-4pm & Sunday from 10am-noon
    This week: Chef Tom Douglas explains how to cook pizza on the grill, and how to use butternut squash in some of his favorite recipes. How do you make ordinary baked beans or fruit salad into extraordinary dishes? Tom reveals some of his tips. Plus, Sharon Campbell, from Tieton Cider Works, explains why cider is becoming such a popular drink.
  • Gardening with Ciscoe

    Saturdays at 10am-noon
    This Week: Marianne Binetti is guest-hosting Gardening with Ciscoe this weekend, taking calls on seasonal garden problems and encouraging questions about watering, summer and fall lawn care, tomatoes and plants that give you drama without the drinking. (Otherwise known as great looking plants that are drought tolerant.)
  • Coast to Coast

    Saturday and Sunday at 10pm
    This Week: William Edward Binney is a former highly placed intelligence official with the United States National Security Agency (NSA) turned whistleblower who resigned on October 31, 2001, after more than 30 years with the agency. He joins John B. Wells to discuss living his life as a whistleblower, and the current NSA scandal.
  • Ron and Don's Weekend Remix

    Saturday at 8pm
    This Week: Sam Sheridan is a former hotshot firefighter who drops by to chat about the recent Arizona wildfires plus public urination is more than just a nuisance in Seattle, it's keeping tourists and customers away.
  • Mutual Fund Show Hosted by Adam Bold

    Saturdays at 9am
    This Week: Adam Bold provides insight on mutual funds, annuities, 401(k) plans, Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs), and Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs), and features interviews with special guests from the financial industry. He takes listeners' questions, giving easy-to-understand answers on industry issues!
  • Star Talk

    Sundays from 8pm-10pm
    This Week: Host and astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson discusses the science in the Star Trek TV and movies series. Comedian Lynne Koplitz talks about what it's like to date Star Trek geeks. Author of "The Physics of Star Trek" Lawrence Krauss explains the science behind teleporting and other Star Trek inventions. Plus, Comedian Leighann Lord asks listener questions about Star Trek.
  • KIRO Radio: In-Depth with Ursula Reutin

    Saturday at 6am and 6pm.
    This Week: Join KIRO Radio's Ursula Reutin as she highlights some of the week's most important local and national stories. You'll hear from a round-table of our anchors, reporters, and hosts including Linda Thomas, Chris Sullivan, Brandi Kruse, Tim Haeck, and more.
  • Northwest Vine Time

    Sunday at 4pm
    This Week: We'll mix things up this weekend- literally! Mixologist Ryan Magarian, the man behind Aviation Gin, joins us to share the success story of NW spirits.