Beth-Ann Kozlovich

Executive Producer, Talk Shows

Beth-Ann Kozlovich is Hawaiʻi Public Radio’s Talk Shows Executive Producer and oversees HPR’s five locally-produced talk programs. She created and co-hosts HPR-2’s weekday morning show, The Conversation, launched in 2011. In 1999, she created and began moderating Town Square, HPR’s long-running live, public affairs forum. A woman with lives on radio and in the business of nonprofits, she is a former Hawaiʻi anchor of NPR's Morning Edition. Her attraction to public radio began when it was the only car-accessible, parent-approved station…so all of this really is her mother’s fault. When her three sons begin to support public radio on their own, Beth-Ann will be just as happy to take the blame.

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Diverting Food Waste in Schools; Local Issues on Kauai; The Art of the Jam Band

Public Domain Pictures

Broken Public University System; Murder at the Coco Palms Hotel; Modern Dance

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Future of Black Lives Matter; Life as a Hermit in Rural China; Hawaii Film Challenge

Flickr

Lowering Blood Quantum for Hawaiian Homelands; Social Media Parenting; Plantation Village On Stage


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Wikimedia Commons

  Since before Honolulu's elevated rail broke ground, architect Scott Wilson has advocated for a different system. Still rail but 'at grade.' In a report released this year he re-energized that idea to transform the bloated project once it reaches town. Scott Wilson will be on the show to answer calls and questions.

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Education and Social Mobility; Prescription Authority for Psychologists; Exploring Inequality and Protectionism with Kids


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Domestic Violence and Future Crime; Pearl Harbor Shipyard Hiring Challenges; Science Fun for Kids and Adults

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Over Cleaning Our Kids; Elder Care Program; Protest Music


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Rep. Beth Fukumoto / Facebook

Representative Beth Fukumoto is weighing whether to stay in Hawai‘i’s Republican Party. It’s a decision that has brought her the attention of national media. She sat down with The Conversation’s Beth-Ann Kozlovich to talk about her evolving relationship with her party and whether there should now be a parting of the ways.

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Political Future for Fukumoto; Secrets of a Talented Teacher; Music from Karrin Allyson


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Wikipedia

  The ramifications and life after President Trump's Executive Order Travel Restrictions. Guests: Clare Hanusz, Hakim Ouansafi Chair of the Muslim Association of Hawaii, Dr. Tin Myaing Thein Executive Director of the Pacific Gateway Center, and Mateo Cabellero Legal Director of the ACLU of Hawaiʻi join the discussion.

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Treating Homelessness as a Medical Condition; Immigration Changes’ Impact on Hawaii; The Search for the Golden Fleece


American Art

Being Indigenous in the Modern World; Possible Tax Increase on Tobacco; Policy Priorities for Keiki Caucus


Wikimedia Commons

Good News for Hawaiian Monk Seals; Does Honolulu Need a Toll Road? Mental Health Advocacy


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Neighbor Island Homeless Count; Women’s Issues in the Legislature; Whale Watching on Maui


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Changes to national Education Policy; Engaging Younger Voters; Live Music from Onward, Etc.

Katherine Hitt

Will 2017 Be the Year of Decriminalization? Measuring Economic Value of Conservation; Buffalo Soldiers On Stage; Balancing Culture and New Discovery


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www.innovaar.net

Three years ago, Google hired 14% of its team members who didn't have a BA degree. Why? Because in the current innovation era, it's about what you can do with what you know, and how creatively you solve problems. Today on Town Square, we talk with Expert-in-Residence at Harvard's Innovation Lab and all around education disrupter, Tony Wagner, co-author of Most Likely to Succeed.

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Kuleana Land Rights; Artificial Intelligence in the Workplace; Retirement Woes in Hawaii


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A Second Chance for Bioenergy; Keeping the East-West Center Relevant; Inside the Mind of a Modern Inventor


Open Source Photos

Tax Increases Likely Ahead; Unity Concert in Waikiki; Hawaii Actor Makes it Big


© 2014, Linny Morris, courtesy of the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art.

Learning to Identify Fake News; Implementing Harm Reduction in Hawaii; Art and Music from Around the World


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Teemu008 / Flickr

  With the opening of the Legislature this week, lawmakers began the process of sifting through thousands of bill. They'll determine what issues will mark this session and what contrast there may be between our state and a changed federal government. Neal Milner and Colin Moore join me with a preview.

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Colleen Hanabusa’s Thoughts on 115th Congress; Life On Mars; Hope for Maui’s Coral Reefs


Wikipedia

Contrarian View on Drug Use; Fostering Innovation in Education; How to Be a Hollywood Stuntman


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Alternatives to Obamacare; Outlook for Maui’s Sugar Workers; Mandating Tax Return Disclosure for Presidential Candidates


Flickr - Mrs. Gemstone

Outlook for Good Governance; Healthcare Reform in Hawaii; Jazz of Lenore Raphael


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Vinoth Chandar / Flickr

Hawaii has considered death with dignity for decades. This year, it's again poised for a discussion with lawmakers in the 2017 legislative session. Supporters believe this year is a game changer. We'll find out why from our panelists Charmaine Manansala.

Political Director of advocacy group, Compassion & Choices; oncologist Chuck Miller, one of the founding members of the Physician Advisory Council for Aid in Dying and John Radcliffe, Stage 4 terminal cancer patient and advocate for medical aid in dying in Hawaii.

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Shining A Light on Abortion; Can Honolulu’s Rail Project Be Turned Around? Crickets as the Sustainable Food of the Future


Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transit

Women’s Issues in the Legislature; Budget Priorities for Honolulu; Science Fiction and Sea Level Rise


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