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PIE is cool with KEXP, old neon signs, searching for Twin Peaks memories, collaborative dancer/choreographers and a film called "Frost."
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KEXP
Seattle's KEXP is a radio force to be reckoned with, and a beacon for the "Seattle sound" around the world. PIE visits their cramped quarters and takes a peek at the station's future.
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neon city
KCTS producer Feliks Banel likes to drive around at night and look at old neon signs . . . from the comfort of his Windshield Museum.
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art seen: ellie & amy
Seattle dancers/choreographers Ellie Sandstrom and Amy O'Neal have created a unique and enduring collaborative partnership.
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film: frost
Aidin Saedi peels back the curtain of modern digital video effects with this magical and revealing short piece from Vancouver Film School.
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twede's café
Molly Spurgeon chats with Kyle Twede about Twede's Café and the role it played in the old "Twin Peaks" TV series in the early 1990s.
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music: stephanie anne johnson
Stephanie Anne Johnson is a singer from Tacoma who made a name for herself last year on The Voice. She came by the PIE studio to talk about her inspirations and to sing a song.
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credits
the people who make PIE
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KEXP
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KEXP
neon city
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neon city
art seen: ellie & amy
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art seen: ellie & amy
film: frost
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film: frost
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twede's café
music: stephanie anne johnson
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music: stephanie anne johnson
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art. culture. cool.

PIE #2.23. PIE achieves cult TV status with a visit to Twin Peaks' landmarks Snoqualmie Falls and Twede's Café; looks at the future of KEXP; tours old Seattle neon signs; meets dancer/choreographers Ellie Sandstrom and Amy O'Neal; presents the film "Frost"; and meets singer Stephanie Anne Johnson.

About PIE. Like any TV show, PIE will bring you things. Things that matter to our audience like art, music, history and the innovative spirit that makes our corner of the world a fascinatingly dynamic place.

In return, we ask that you bring us things too. We're looking for story ideas, images, videos... pretty much anything that reflects the heritage of the area between Vancouver, WA to Vancouver, BC, and from Aberdeen to Alberta, in all its glory, as quirky as it may be.

PIE is best when it's shared. Connect with us on Twitter with the #watchPIE hashtag, on our tumblr blog, or by sending an email to pie@KCTS9.org.

your host


Bill Radke is the sort of person who has an entry on Wikipedia, but he's not the sort of person who makes a big deal out of it.

He is a familiar voice to the Northwest radio audience for his work at local stations KUOW and KIRO-FM. National radio audiences last encountered Bill's uniquely off-center take during his time hosting Marketplace Morning Report. Previously he co-hosted Weekend America and created the topical satire show Rewind.

In addition to his work in radio, Bill is a stand-up comic and took first place in the 1992 Seattle International Comedy Festival. He wrote essays to accompany photographs for the book "Seattle" and produced a series of podcasts, which sounds like something to do with fishing, but isn't.

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PIE Season: 
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art. culture. cool.

PIE #2.23. PIE achieves cult TV status with a visit to Twin Peaks' landmarks Snoqualmie Falls and Twede's Café; looks at the future of KEXP; tours old Seattle neon signs; meets dancer/choreographers Ellie Sandstrom and Amy O'Neal; presents the film "Frost"; and meets singer Stephanie Anne Johnson.

About PIE. Like any TV show, PIE will bring you things. Things that matter to our audience like art, music, history and the innovative spirit that makes our corner of the world a fascinatingly dynamic place.

In return, we ask that you bring us things too. We're looking for story ideas, images, videos... pretty much anything that reflects the heritage of the area between Vancouver, WA to Vancouver, BC, and from Aberdeen to Alberta, in all its glory, as quirky as it may be.

PIE is best when it's shared. Connect with us on Twitter with the #watchPIE hashtag, on our tumblr blog, or by sending an email to pie@KCTS9.org.