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Squeaky Wheel: Sound Effect, Episode 153

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Wanting to be heard.

This week, stories of speaking out, even when it would have been easier to keep quiet. First, a climate scientist talks about her experience speaking out about sexual harassment and assault in field. Next, a doctor shares what he learned about interacting with the assertive parents of patients. Also, a citizen scientist contradicts mainstream research on asteroids. Finally, a retired investigator speaks out about his theory to why fishing vessel "The Arctic Rose" really sank.

The full broadcast version of this week's show, available below, also includes: A woman who helps find killers through DNA research. Also, a “café” where people can go to fix their stuff, and meet other people who are doing the same. 

Listen to the broadcast version of the show.

Kevin began his career at KNKX in 2003, where his first responsibility was to eradicate the KNKX Jazz Library from all Smooth Jazz CD’s. Since then there is not much at KNKX he hasn’t done. Kevin has worked as a full time jazz host, news host, and has hosted, at least once, almost every single program on KNKX. Kevin currently produces 88.5's weekly show Sound Effect. Kevin has conducted or produced hundreds of interviews, has won local and national awards for newscasts and commentary, and helped make the KNKX Grocery Tote famous.

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