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  • Hosted by Alycin Bektesh

Air Time was a 30-minute weekly public affairs show featuring extended conversations with interesting people. It's a show for the issues and questions that deserve more time.

Air Time - Jan. 30, 2019

Jan 31, 2019

This week on Air Time, we hear from Kaywin Feldman, the first female director of the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC. She says art can help combat a decline in empathy among Americans.

Hannah Klausman, senior planner for the Glenwood Springs talks about potential changes to the city’s short term rental regulations.

Also, Martin Whalley, deputy consul general for the British Consulate and Erin Kuhn, consul for government and prosperity from the United Kingdom office in Denver, talk about why the British government sent a contingency to Aspen’s Gay Ski week.

This week, we bring you a discussion about how ski towns may be even more reliant on immigrants than other places.  

Air Time - Jan. 9th 2019

Jan 10, 2019

  This week, a human rights lawyer fighting sex trafficking in Colorado, Nobel Laureate Arthur Ashkin explains his prize-winning invention, and an extended look at SkiCo’s sustainability report.

Air Time - Dec. 26th 2018

Dec 26, 2018

  This week, NPR investigations reporter Howard Berkes has spent years covering the coal industry.

Air Time - Dec. 12, 2018

Dec 12, 2018

  This is Air Time, extended conversations with interesting people.

Air Time - Dec. 5, 2018

Dec 5, 2018

  This is Air Time, extended conversations with interesting people.

 

Air Time - Nov. 28, 2018

Nov 28, 2018

This is Air Time, extended conversations with interesting people.

This week, a look at the mark Hunter S Thompson left on journalism with author Tim Denevi, and journalist Jose Antonio Vargas’ talks about reporting as an undocumented citizen in the United States.

Air Time - Nov 21, 2018

Nov 21, 2018

This is Air Time, extended conversations with interesting people.

This week, how a question on the 2020 census could misrepresent the count of how many people live in the United States with Arturo Vargas, climate activism and justice with Reverend Dr. Gerald Durley, and exploring the intimate connections that humans have with the Colorado River, with Christa Sadler.

Air Time - Nov. 7, 2018

Nov 7, 2018

This is Air Time, extended conversations with interesting people.

This week, the director of Aspen Santa Fe Ballet Folklorico shares why he’s passionate about teaching traditional Mexican dance to Roaring Fork Valley students, Colorado’s 2016 Teacher of the Year talks about a unique collaboration that’s helping her Spanish-speaking students use art to learn about identity, and one CEO talks about what the world would look like if we had more women in the field of technology.

 

Air Time - Nov. 14, 2018

Nov 7, 2018

This is Air Time extended conversations with interesting people.

We hear about a fossil fuel company’s plan to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement with David Hone, we talk with an Aspen local about producing a documentary that looks at the impact of consumer culture on the art world with Jennifer Stockman, and we talk to Lissa Ballinger, the curator of a new exhibit at the Aspen Institute that showcases rarely seen photography from a Bauhaus master.

This is Air Time, extended conversations with interesting people.

This is Air Time, extended conversations with interesting people.

 

This is Air Time, extended conversations with interesting people.

This is Air Time, extended conversations with interesting people.