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Above: "Only Here" podcast host Alan Lilienthal speaks into a microphone at the KPBS studios in this undated photos.

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A special episode of KPBS Roundtable features a discussion with several KPBS podcast hosts about their shows and the growth of the podcast platform.

Aired: November 29, 2019 | Transcript

Roundtable Guests:

Beth Accomando, host, Cinema Junkie

Alan Lilienthal, host, Only Here

Kinsee Morlan, KPBS podcast producer and project coordinator

Margot Wohl, host, Rad Scientist

"Only Here"

Immigration and politics are a major issue right now, but there are so many stories to be told about everyday life for the millions of people who live near the border. Only Here looks at the shared experiences for both countries, and the people that enrich the region's culture.

RELATED: Only Here Podcast: Lowriders Built By The Border

"Rad Scientist"

San Diego is a hotbed for science, with top universities and research institutions calling the city home. Rad Scientist tells the stories of emerging scientists and how they hope to solve big questions in their chosen fields.

RELATED: Rad Scientist: Putting The Geek In Greek

"Cinema Junkie"

KPBS arts reporter Beth Accomando brings her decades of experience to podcast listeners. Cinema Junkie features current reviews and artist interviews from major Hollywood productions to San Diego's thriving film scene.

RELATED: Cinema Junkie Podcast: Giving Thanks For Cinematic Memories

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Roundtable is a lively discussion of the week's top stories. Local journalists join host Mark Sauer to provide insight into how these stories affect residents of the San Diego region.

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