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KPBS Roundtable

A lively discussion of the week's top stories. Local journalists join KPBS to provide insight into how these stories affect residents of the San Diego region. New episodes every Friday.

  • We take a trip into the archives to revisit some of the memorable KPBS Roundtable segments from 2021.
  • For a special holiday episode of KPBS Roundtable, we talk with the hosts of locally produced podcasts about their content and what it takes to stand out in digital media.
  • A discussion on the biggest stories from the past year, ethical questions over secret recordings inside a north county courthouse and San Diego's newest soccer team builds around a World Cup champion.
  • Local veterans are among those supporting a California bill that would legalize the possession of some psychedelic drugs, new proposals are coming in for San Diego's rebooted effort to redevelop the Midway District, and Barrio Logan clears a big hurdle in getting a new community growth plan.
  • KPBS health reporter Matt Hoffman hosts a discussion on San Diego soon reaching the one year mark since the COVID-19 vaccine arrival, Major League Baseball's labor fight as owners begin a lockout, and a rare look inside the demolition underway at the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station.
  • This Thanksgiving we revisit some memorable conversations from the past year on local food and those who make it. We also revive segments on the past, present and future for football in America's Finest City.
  • A deeper look into the actions of Donovan state prison's former warden, a new San Diego County plan to reach net-zero emissions, and how the food we eat can impact climate change.
  • Local representation at the United Nations climate change conference, a major airport expansion begins, and the San Diego Loyal makes its first trip to the playoffs.
  • A discussion on equity and community building within San Diego's sports scene. Topics include Lincoln High School's decision to bow out of a scheduled football game due to racist social media posts linked to an opposing team, increasing representation for women in the sports industry, and the strong start for SDSU football as it plays all of its games on the road this season.
  • A discussion on the resources for domestic violence survivors locally, health care workers consider striking due to low staffing and burnout, and how vaccine mandates are not being enforced equally.