This weekly news series features award-winning journalists Thuy Vu and Scott Shafer. It includes engaging roundtable discussions, in-depth reporting and analysis from all KQED News sources, and interviews with newsmakers and Bay Area innovators. It premieres Fridays at 8pm on KQED Public Television 9, repeats over the weekend on several KQED TV channels. It also airs Sundays at 6pm on KQED Public Radio 88.5 FM, and online at kqed.org/newsroom.
First 100 Days (#429H) Duration: 56:46 STEREO
This one hour special looks at the state of the nation and California at the end of the first 100 days of the Trump administration. What have lawmakers in Sacramento and D.C. accomplished? How satisfied are Californians with the government, the economy, their healthcare and the environment? We'll also go back to people we interviewed when President Trump was first inaugurated, from Trump supporters to protestors to youth.
Episode #428H Duration: 27:46 STEREO
KQED Newsroom examines the state of the nation and California at the end of the first 100 days of the Trump administration.
Episode #430H Duration: 27:46 STEREO
Episode #431H Duration: 27:46 STEREO
Episode #432H Duration: 27:46 STEREO
Bay Area Innovators (#412H) Duration: 27:48 STEREO
Manu Prakash Stanford University professor Manu Prakash was recognized with a prestigious MacArthur "genius grant" for his work as an inventor and physical biologist. Among his inventions is a microscope made out of paper that costs less than a dollar to make. Jose Qui?onez Financial services expert Jose Qui?onez was recognized with a prestigious MacArthur "genius grant" for his work as the founder and CEO of San Francisco-based Mission Asset Fund. His organization helps low-income individuals build good credit through a unique program that taps into informal models of community lending. Alice Brooks & Bettina Chen Alice Brooks and Bettina Chen met at Stanford University as engineering graduate students and went on to create a startup called Roominate. Their company makes award-winning building toys geared towards getting girls excited about STEM - science, technology, engineering and math. Komal Ahmad To young entrepreneur Komal Ahmad, hunger is not a problem of scarcity, but rather one of logistics. Her startup Copia combines mobile technology with an on-the-ground delivery network to redistribute excess food to those who need it the most.