Dialogue: Web Extras
Often, guests and viewers will have more to say than the time we're allotted. Sometimes after a broadcast show we'll keep the phones open, the cameras rolling, record the continuing conversation and make it available here on the web. Other times we have interviews that don't fit into a broadcast show.
You can find the most recent Dialogue web extras (from October 2012 on) at the IdahoPTV online player. For all others, see the list below. Click on a title to access the video or audio files.
You can also view lists of our complete library of Dialogues (from 1994), our most recent Dialogues (1 year), as well as all those for which we have video encodes.
07/19/2012 Fostering Preventative Care
07/12/2012 Obesity and Overeating
07/05/2012 Do You Speak Idaho?
06/28/2012 Reporters' Roundup, cont. (June 2012)
06/21/2012 How Has Outdoor Writing Changed?
06/14/2012 The Future of Hunting and Fishing in Idaho
06/07/2012 Innovations in Arts Programming
05/31/2012 Reporters' Roundup: A Kerfuffle over Vodka
05/24/2012 The Story of Ten Thousand Villages
05/17/2012 Advice for Aspiring Playwrights
05/10/2012 STEM Ed and New Science Standards
04/26/2012 Where are the Hot Primary Races?
04/19/2012 Recovering Precious Artifacts
04/05/2012 Roadtrip Nation Offers Career Advice
03/29/2012 Reporters' Roundup, cont.
03/22/2012 Food Safety and Pink Slime
03/15/2012 Logistics of Life in the Wilderness
03/01/2012 The Mission of the Idaho National Laboratory
02/23/2012 Reporters' Roundup Web Extra
02/16/2012 A Secret to Picking Powerball Numbers?
02/09/2012 Are Online Classes Effective?
02/02/2012 Good Winter Reading 2012, cont.
01/26/2012 The Personal Lives of Political Figures
01/19/2012 The Challenges of Being a Refugee in America
01/12/2012 Universities' Role in Economic Development
01/05/2012 After Reapportionment
12/29/2011 Trillin: A Humorous Look at the 2012 Presidential Race
12/22/2011 Ethical Challenges for Digital Media
12/15/2011 Kati Marton on Human Rights
12/01/2011 Preserving Civil War Battlefields
11/24/2011 Revitalizing School Kitchens
11/17/2011 Gov. Cecil Andrus, continued
11/10/2011 Busted Brono, Seeking Help
11/03/2011 The Occupy vs. Tea Party Movements
10/20/2011 Bighorn Sheep, Continued
10/13/2011 Pay for Performance
10/06/2011 Hikers Held in Iran
09/15/2011 Rural Job Development
09/08/2011 The Politics of Redistricting
09/01/2011 Remembering 9/11, Continued
06/30/2011 Gender Discrimination in STEM Education
06/23/2011 More Summer 2011 Reading Suggestions
06/09/2011 New Requirements for OHV Riders
06/02/2011 Is College Worth It?
05/26/2011 Hate Groups and Religion
05/12/2011 Afghanistan after bin Laden
05/05/2011 Inspiring Paola Gianturco
04/28/2011 Captive: Idahoan Bowe Bergdahl
04/21/2011 The Impact of Climate Change on Salmon
03/24/2011 The Future of Nuclear Waste Storage
03/17/2011 The Experience of Dancing
03/03/2011 Cal Groen: Hunting and Technology
02/24/2011 Revolution In Egypt - Ripple Effects
02/17/2011 Rich Schools, Poor Schools
02/10/2011 Sen. Crapo's Budget Priorities
02/03/2011 Medicaid Woes continued
01/27/2011 Schools Reform Details
01/20/2011 Repealing Don't Ask, Don't Tell
01/13/2011 Saving Money on Prisons
12/30/2010 Douglas Brinkley continued
11/25/2010 Athletes and Arthritis continued
11/18/2010 Fiscal 2012 Preview Continued
11/11/2010 Robert Oxnam and China Continued
11/04/2010 Election Recap Continued
10/21/2010 Wilderness: Contention and Collaboration
10/17/2010 Differing Worldviews
09/30/2010 The Decline of Religious Influence
09/23/2010 Municipalities and Long-term Debt
09/16/2010 Shoot, Shovel and Shut Up
09/09/2010 Opportunities for Innovation
09/02/2010 Religion and the Repeal Debate
07/15/2010 Is the Local Foods Movement Elitist?
07/01/2010 Government's Role in the Humanities
06/24/2010 War Memories
06/17/2010 Ebook Revolution?
06/10/2010 Cutting into the Basics
06/03/2010 A Story of Survival
05/27/2010 Child abuse and prison populations
05/20/2010 Who is living simply?
05/13/2010 Should the US allow migrant workers?
04/22/2010 A Call for Student Activism
04/15/2010 Tea vs. Coffee
04/08/2010 Poultry Farms: Web Extra
04/01/2010 Health Care Costs
03/25/2010 The Future of Fusion Power
03/18/2010 Rules and Rituals
03/04/2010 Breaking into the Business
02/25/2010 Can eliminating the death penalty save money?
02/18/2010 The Ethics of Helping
02/11/2010 Threats to Economic Recovery
02/04/2010 Business Plans
01/28/2010 Planning beyond K-12
01/21/2010 More Reading Recommendations
01/14/2010 Presidential Vignettes
01/07/2010 Handicapping the 2010 Elections
12/31/2009 The Biggest Myths About Lincoln
12/03/2009 Reparations for Slavery
11/19/2009 Turning the Tables: An Interview with the Hosts
11/12/2009 What Kind of State Goverment Do We Want?
11/05/2009 Kristin Armstrong on Healthy Eating
10/29/2009 The Challenges of Health Care Delivery
10/22/2009 Delivering Quality Health Care
10/15/2009 Wolf Hunting, cont.
10/08/2009 Flu Warning signs
09/24/2009 Idaho Wonders
09/17/2009 About Dr. Nellis
09/10/2009 The Faces Behind the Financial Crisis
09/03/2009 Immunization Rates
06/25/2009 Is health care a right or a privilege?
06/18/2009 Managing Your Credit Rating
05/28/2009 Energy efficiency tips and smart technology
05/14/2009 Gordon Law
05/14/2009 Stress of the economic downturn on families
04/30/2009 Not Just a Wilderness Plan
04/23/2009 Be Outside: Idaho Initiatives
04/16/2009 Pain-free Cash in your Budget
04/09/2009 Disability Stories
04/02/2009 Expand or maintain?
03/26/2009 The People Weigh In
03/19/2009 Hunting elk, managing wolves
03/12/2009 At Guantanamo
02/26/2009 Managing for multiple use
02/19/2009 Teachers, testing, and transportation
02/12/2009 Lincoln Quiz
02/05/2009 Aquifers and Development
01/29/2009 Bailouts and School Budgets
01/22/2009 More on President Obama's Inaugural
01/15/2009 Robert Franz on what inspires him
11/13/2008 Martha Raddatz on Iran
09/25/2008 More on Wall Street's Woes
09/18/2008 More on Teacher Evaluation
04/24/2008 Tim Egan
04/17/2008 Idaho's Uninsured
04/03/2008 Department of Environmental Quality
03/13/2008 A conversation about dueling scientists
11/23/2006 Lehrer on risk-taking