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What is home? Featuring new pioneers, a sculptor's house tour, books and The Moondoggies.
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new pioneers
The Dineens, formerly of Los Angeles, leave the glitzy world of show business for a life in the Oregon countryside. They're new pioneers -- people finding comfort and challenges in a new environment.
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hall's halls
A look inside the home of Seattle artist and engineer Kim David Hall. It's chock-full of captivating and imaginative sculptures and contraptions.
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home, bound
A look at the books that describe the Northwest as home. Picks from Seattle Public Library and Vancouver Public Library.
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film: snore
An animated film about snoring from Vancouver Film School student Chris Nyarady.
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music: moondoggies house concert
Northwest rock band The Moondoggies play a house concert at the Wenatchee home of Scott and Jenny Erickson. Featured song: "Stop Signs" from their album "Adiós I'm a Ghost."
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credits
the people who make PIE
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new pioneers
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new pioneers
hall's halls
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hall's halls
home, bound
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home, bound
film: snore
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film: snore
music: moondoggies house concert
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music: moondoggies house concert
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art. culture. home.

PIE #2.10.Is home a place or a feeling? PIE looks at the meaning of home, from the Dineen family's relocation from LA to rural Oregon, to the unique residence of Seattle sculptor Kim David Hall. The Seattle and Vancouver Public Libraries uggest books capturing the Northwest in literature, and The Moondoggies perform a house concert in Wenatchee. Animated short "Snore" from Vancouver Film School.

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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art. culture. home.

PIE #2.10.Is home a place or a feeling? PIE looks at the meaning of home, from the Dineen family's relocation from LA to rural Oregon, to the unique residence of Seattle sculptor Kim David Hall. The Seattle and Vancouver Public Libraries uggest books capturing the Northwest in literature, and The Moondoggies perform a house concert in Wenatchee. Animated short "Snore" from Vancouver Film School.

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.