Recorded live in the studios at Jack Straw Cultural Center, this hour-long program featuring new music and sound art made by Pacific Northwest artists ran from 1996 to 2018.
Green Acre Radio is a radio program hosted by Martha Baskin, focusing on important issues in the environmental and sustainability movement.
In a partnership with the Somali Youth and Family Club, Northwest Folklife, and photographer Doug Plummer, Jack Straw created a radio series documenting the development and production of two Somali cultural performances.
In 2012, Jack Straw Cultural Center and KUOW produced a series of radio pieces about Music/Culture, Space, Technology, and Souvenirs/Legacies of the Seattle World’s Fair, with with reporter Harriet Baskas.
Eight radio features produced by Denny International Middle School and Jack Straw Productions including stories by former World’s Fair staff and visitors were broadcast on KBCS-FM.
These three five-minute radio features produced by Harriet Baskas and Jack Straw were broadcast on KUOW 94.9 FM to celebrate the centennial of the 1909 Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition: Washington’s first World’s Fair.
A radio series on twentieth century classical music featuring highlights of concert recordings of the New Performance Group.
A thirteen part series which examined the work of jazz artists whose music has expanded the boundaries of jazz traditions through the use of new forms, styles, and sounds.
A 13 episode, one hour radio program based on the digital recordings of the first two seasons of Earshot’s “New Jazz New City” concerts.
A series of documentaries on the process of putting together a contemporary chamber piece that launched in 1989 via the NPR satellite.