KCBS In Depth

KCBS In Depth

Our weekly half hour news interview program, hosted by KCBS anchor Jane McMillan, is heard Saturdays at 5:30am and Sundays at 8:30am and 8:30pm on KCBS All News 740AM/106.9FM.

  • Friday, January 13th
  • KCBS In Depth: The Black Presidency

    In these final days of the administration of the first African American Commander In Chief, the Presidency of Barack Obama is being analyzed for its place in American history. One of the lenses through which it's being examined is race, and one of the examiners is political analyst and Georgetown Professor Michael Eric Dyson. In his book "The Black Presidency: Barack Obama and the Politics of Race in America" professor Dyson found President Obama's 8 years lacking where the well-being of African Americans are concerned. This is the conversation Jane McMillan had with him when his book came out in March, 2016.
  • Sunday, January 8th
  • KCBS In Depth: The future of Mideast peace post Obama

    Farewells are being delivered by Obama Administration cabinet members with one of the strongest addresses coming from Secretary of State John Kerry about the future of the Mid-East peace process.
    Secretary Kerry's calling-out of Israel's continued expansion of West Bank settlements came on the heels of a UN Resolution against the practice. Reaction from Israel's Prime Minister was swift and critical, as was a Tweet from the President-Elect. But Jane McMillan’s guest on In Depth dispels much of the misinformation.
    Alon Sachar was the advisor to U-S Special Envoy to the Middle East, Senator George Mitchell. The two have collaborated on the book “A Path to Peace”.
  • Sunday, January 1st
  • KCBS In Depth: Science literacy as citzenship

    One of the most accomplished women in America is encouraging us all to brush up on our working knowledge of the world around us so we can better influence elected officials to make good decisions.
    Doctor Mae Jemison was the first African American woman to be accepted into the space program and the first to go into space, serving as a mission science specialist aboard the Shuttle Endeavour.
    As she tells Jane McMillan, Dr. Jemison has made it her life's work to encourage every American, kids and adults, to be science literate.
  • Tuesday, December 27th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: Einstein's Greatest Mistake

    One of the greatest minds of the 20th century looms large in modern day America, and the world. In fact, Albert Einstein probably made this holiday season brighter for many gift givers and receivers with his discoveries in science and technology appearing in all manner of gadget and gizmo. But as biographer David Bodanis tells KCBS' Jane McMillan, it was the combination of his technical genius and his philosophical depth that made Einstein a singular figure and contributor to humanity.
  • Monday, December 19th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: The Electoral College Vote

    It's usually considered a "ceremonial vote", but December 19th's vote by the Electoral College to officially select a President of the United States has taken on new meaning.
    Renewed interest in the role of the electors to potentially change the outcome of the 2016 General Election follows an unprecedented campaign, the loser winning the popular vote by nearly 3 million, and intelligence evidence that Russia meddled in the election.
    So, if it's been a while since your last civics class, listen in as Matthew Coles, Professor of Election Law at UC Hastings College of the Law, explains it all to KCBS' Jane McMillan.
  • Monday, December 12th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: The Arts After Ghost Ship Fire

    In the wake of the tragic and deadly Ghost Ship warehouse fire in Oakland, focus has intensified on finding solutions to keeping a thriving arts community in a region of soaring living costs. The impact of the fire, the loss of 36 lives, and the struggle to maintain the creative life in the pricey bay area is the topic of this In Depth conversation between Lori Fogarty, Director and CEO of the Oakland Museum of California, and KCBS' Jane McMillan.
  • Friday, December 2nd, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: 75th Anniversary of Attack on Pearl Harbor

    We commemorate the 75th Anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7th 1941. We're honored to bring you the stories of two local heroes of the Greatest Generation who were serving at Pearl Harbor that day, and survived.
    Both were just teenagers at the time from small mid-western farming communities who saw the world change that Sunday morning right before their eyes. Mr. Michael "Mickey" Ganitch of San Leandro and Charles "Chuck" Kohler of Concord share their stories with KCBS' Jane McMillan.
  • Wednesday, November 30th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: The Future of Covered California

    The election of Donald Trump has left the fate of the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, in jeopardy. Right now, nearly 1.5 million Californians are covered through the state's health exchange, Covered California. Add to that another 12 million Golden State residents covered through Obamacare's expansion of Medicaid. Covered California Executive Director Peter Lee tells KCBS' Jane McMillan coverage is still guaranteed for 2017.
  • Monday, November 28th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: Mindfulness Meditation for Kids

    The age-old, breath-centered mindfulness practice has been shown to actually grow brain gray matter and foster better decision-making. Such meditation practices have been adopted by leaders in business and health... and in schools.

    Andrew Jordan Nance teaches mindfulness practice to kids in the San Francisco Unified School District and authored a children's book on the subject called "Puppy Mind." He's Jane McMillan's guest on this installment of KCBS In Depth.
  • Monday, November 7th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: Voting Rights 101

    The weekend before the General Election, it's Voting 101; your rights and responsibilities at the ballot box. KCBS' Jane McMillan is joined by the Voting Rights Director of the American Civil Liberties Union of California, Lori Schellenberger.
  • Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: Money in Politics

    Since the 2010 Supreme Court ruling on Citizens United, there has been an unlimited flow of cash into political campaigns and a good deal of it is Dark Money, the source of which is not required to be revealed to voters. Big donors and groups of donors are allowed to operate in secret, using their money to influence elections, legislative votes and the public policies under which we all have to live. In the final stretch of this 2016 General Election season, KCBS' Jane McMillan is joined by Daniel Newman, Co-Founder and President of Maplight-dot-org, a non-profit, non-partisan organization that tracks money in politics.
  • Monday, October 24th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: Earthquake Preparedness

    As geologists, first responders and elected officials constantly remind us, residents need to prepare for the next big earthquake which is all but guaranteed to happen. That includes contingency plans for commerce. Because the Hayward fault is expected to give us a shaker of a magnitude 6 or higher within 30 years, the projected losses for businesses in the region are the focus of a new report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. That's the topic of this In Depth with Jane McMillan and guests Richard Holden, the B-L-S Assistant Commissioner for the Pacific Region and U-S-G-S Earthquake Seismologist Annemarie Baltay.
  • Friday, October 14th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: Kids, Media and Campaign for POTUS

    The 2016 Presidential Campaign has unleashed some of the most unsavory topics ever remembered in politics. How the level of discourse...repeated on a 24/7 media affecting kids is the topic of discussion between KCBS' Jane McMillan and Jim Steyer, Founder and CEO of Commonsense Media.
  • Friday, September 30th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: Human Rights

    There are places on our planet where life is not only a physical struggle, but a struggle of the spirit as well.
    The abuse of human rights, and what to do about it, brought survivors and advocates together from all corners of the world to the San Francisco Freedom Forum, sponsored by The Human Rights Foundation. KCBS' Jane McMillan introduces us to Rosa Maria Paya of Cuba and Hyeonseo Lee who escaped North Korea.
  • Monday, September 26th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: Preserving the San Francisco Bay

    The crown jewel of the Bay Area is San Francisco Bay itself, the heart and lungs of our ecological home. Over the decades we've filled it, dumped in it and cut the fresh water flow so necessary to its health. Efforts are underway to restore the bay to full health and function, but it's still being polluted by urban trash and toxic run-off. And the greatest pressure comes from the continued growth of the region. Save The Bay executive Director David Lewis joins KCBS' Jane McMillan to discuss the bay's preservation and restoration.
  • Monday, September 19th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: Life "Out There"

    We take another trip into outer space for the latest discoveries and continued search for life "out there"!
    KCBS' Jane McMillan is joined by News Anchor Jeff Bell and SETI Institute Senior Astronomer Seth Shostak.
  • Friday, September 2nd, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: American Labor Day

    This Labor Day weekend KCBS' Jane McMillan is joined by Labor Expert and UC Berkeley Professor Harley Shaiken for a look at the status of American workers, labor laws, and unions.
  • Monday, August 22nd, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: College Admissions

    KCBS' Jane McMillan goes through the college admissions process with Mike Sexton, Vice President of Enrollment Management at Santa Clara University. With more than four decades of experience at universities around the nation, Sexton talks about how to approach college preparation, selection, visits, finances, testing, applications and guarantee a successful higher education experience.
  • Monday, August 15th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: Immigration Reform

    Among the most hotly debated topics of the presidential political season is immigration reform. Years of political impasse have been combined with legal challenges to President Obama’s executive moves so we, as a nation, remain in limbo on a path forward. KCBS’ Jane McMillan asked USF Professor of Immigration and Policy, Bill Hing, for his expertise. He runs the Immigration and Deportation Clinic in the university’s law school and is the author of the book, "Ethical Borders: NAFTA, Globalization and Mexican Migration."
  • Wednesday, August 10th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: Alzheimer's Disease

    More than 5-million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s Disease with some 15-million more Americans trying to care for them. It is the most expensive disease in America, and every minute another diagnosis is made. Alzheimer’s, and all Dementia-like diseases, are cruel thieves. They rob memory, personality and identity; they rob life from the sufferer and loved ones. KCBS’ Jane McMillan gets the latest in the fight to find the cause, and a treatment, from Bill Fisher, Chief Executive Officer of the Northern California and Northern Nevada Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association.
  • Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: How Voters Think

    KCBS’ Jane McMillan speaks with Cognitive Linguist Dr. George Lakoff, Professor Emeritus of UC Berkeley and author of several books including “Moral Politics”, “The Political Mind”, and “How Liberals and Conservatives Think.” Dr. Lakoff contends conservatives and progressives simply think differently based on their world view which likely came from their family structure, and that these unconscious metaphors drive political reasoning and response to political messaging.
  • Friday, July 29th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: Oakland, I Want You To Know

    The Oakland Museum of California examines the impact of gentrification through a new art exhibit called "Oakland, I Want You To Know..." It looks at neighborhood abandonment, rejuvenation, displacement, and the social and economic changes of West Oakland by giving voice and visuals to the residents themselves. KCBS' Jane McMillan talks with artist Chris Traggierri, and Curator of Public Practice for the Oakland Museum of California, Evelyn Orantes.
  • Monday, July 18th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: The Northern California Megaregion

    With our crowded roads, non-stop construction and increasing demand for housing, the Bay Area already feels like a hive of expanding activity but we may not have seen the half of it yet. We are right in the heart of what's being dubbed the Northern California Megaregion stretching from Sacramento to Monterey and east to Modesto.  How we connect and manage issues across this much broader geographic community is the subject of a recent report by the Economic Institute of the Bay Area Council, a business sponsored, public policy advocacy organization for the nine-county Bay Area. KCBS' Jane McMillan speaks with the authors of the Megaregion Report,  Economic Institute President Micah Weinberg and Research Manager Jeff Bellisario.
  • Friday, July 8th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: Race Relations and Policing in America

    Following the police killings of two more African American men in Baton Rouge and St. Paul, and the deadly attack on Dallas police officers in apparent retaliation, KCBS Reporter Doug Sovern talks with Dr. Bedford Palmer, counseling psychologist and Assistant Professor in the counseling department of St. Mary's College in Moraga. Dr. Palmer also does research around the African American world view and multi-cultural factors in psychology and behavioral training.
  • Tuesday, June 28th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: A Historical Look at American Childhood

    We take a historical view of American childhood to better understand parenting today. Historian of childhood and education, Cal Professor Paula Fass, makes the case that American childhood in the early days of the republic was unique compared to the structures "old world", instilling autonomy and independence in the young. While some of that remains in today's child rearing traditions, much of it has also been lost as economic fears and safety concerns have led to so-called helicopter parenting. Professor Fass lays out her case in her new book, The End of American Childhood: A History of Parenting From Life on the Frontier to the Managed Child.
  • Monday, June 20th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: LGBT After Orlando Shooting

     Following the horrific attack and loss of life at Orlando's Pulse gay nightclub, local LGBT leaders are reminding us of the threats and challenges still facing their community. KCBS’ Jane McMillan talks with two of those leaders from the San Francisco LGBT Community Center; Executive Director Rebecca Rolfe and Development Director Roberto Ordenana.
  • Monday, June 13th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: WorkLife Law

    As American workers try to balance their work and personal lives in our new economy, more and more cases of caregiver discrimination in the workplace are being reported, challenged and won.  KCBS’ Jane McMillan talks with Joan Williams, Director of the Center for WorkLife Law at UC Hastings College of the Law, about everything from pregnancy accommodations to elder care and the protections in place for employees juggling work and family.
  • Monday, June 6th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: Smoking

    The legal age to buy cigarattes is California is now 21. Health advocates like Doctor Steven Schroeder, Director of the UCSF Smoking Cessation Leadership Center, applaud the new law. In this edition of In Depth, Dr, Schroeder tells KCBS' Jane McMillan although society is slowing moving away from tobacco products, more needs to be save the 540,000 American lives lost each year to smoking.
  • Friday, May 27th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: California’s Water Supply

    Heading into the warm, dry summer season in California brings back our water worries...even after a relatively wet winter. KCBS' Jane McMillan talks with the Executive Director of the Water Policy Center for the Public Policy Institute of California, Ellen Hanak, about all things H2o from snow pack to Delta Tunnels.
  • Monday, May 16th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: Algorithms to Live By

    Since your brain sifts and sorts information like a computer...or vice versa... why wouldn't an algorithm work in assisting the human decision-making process in everything from finding a parking space or a place to live, to choosing a mate?
    KCBS' Jane McMillan talks with Brian Christian, computer scientist and author of the bestseller The Most Human Human, and Tom Griffiths, a cognitive scientist at U-C Berkeley, who have written a new book together called Algorithms to Live By: The Computer Science of Human Decisions.
  • Monday, May 9th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: Legalizing Marijuana in California

    Is the tide turning toward an inevitable legalization of marijuana in California? Some recent developments seem to indicate that. The Adult Marijuana Use Act claims it has enough signatures to appear on the November ballot. A Bay Area Council Survey shows 50% of regional residents in favor of legalization. And, the federal government has dropped a forfeiture case against the largest medical cannibus clinic in the state, Harborside Health Center. KCBS’ Jane McMillan talks with Steve DeAngelo, co-Founder and Executive Director of Harborside Health Center, who has been at the forefront of the cannibus reform movement from the beginning.
  • Monday, May 2nd, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: California Women’s Well Being

    KCBS' Jane McMillan is joined by Surina Khan, CEO of the Women's Foundation of California which, for more than 30 years, has been working to increase philanthropy and political empowerment for the women and girls of California and their initiatives. To get a deep and accurate view of how women in the Golden State are faring, The Women's Foundation of California collaborated with the California Budget and Policy Center on the Women's Well-Being Index of 2016. The Index, gives a county by county assessment of everything from economic sustainability to personal safety to political representation for women and girls.
  • Monday, April 18th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: Working Toward Inclusion for the Developmentally Disabled

    Local non-profits serving those with developmental challenges are working on thin financial margins these days, even with California's recovery from the great recession, so a good deal of attention and fundraising is focused on how to keep doors open and programs and services accessible. Gatepath of Redwood City is one of those non-profits, but it's added an overarching goal of full social inclusion for it's clients. KCBS' Jane McMillan is joined by Gatepath CEO Bryan Neider who explains how it's being done, and why everyone benefits.
  • Monday, April 11th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: The Nuts and Bolts of Choosing a President

    For the first time in decades, California's late primary in June could play a pivotal role in deciding the two major party nominees who will run for President.
    For an explanation of delegates, brokered conventions, and how the Electoral College works come the General Election, Jane McMillan sat down with KCBS Political Analyst Marc Sandalow.
  • Friday, March 25th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: The Importance of Words in the War on Terror.

    Communications experts are coming to realize a critical component to winning the war on terror is winning the war of words with terror groups recruiting new fighters. KCBS’ Jane McMillan speaks with Joe Tuman, Professor of Legal and Political Communications at San Francisco State University and author of the book Communicating Terror: The Rhetorical Dimensions of Terrorism. His expertise on the relationship between mass media and terrorism led him to become a consultant to NATO on the subject.
  • Monday, March 14th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: The Black Presidency: Barack Obama and the Politics of Race in America

    As the presidency of America's first African-American president winds down, the analysis of its impact on our nation begins. KCBS’ Jane McMillan talks with Georgetown professor, political analyst and author Michael Eric Dyson, who does so through the lens of race in his new book: "The Black Presidency: Barack Obama and the Politics of Race in America." In it, he takes the President to task for not using his office to do more for African Americans.
  • Monday, March 7th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: The Rise and Fall of the Mondavi Wine Dynasty

    With the recent passing of California wine pioneer Peter Mondavi at the age of 101, we're looking at the Mondavi story, its place in Napa Valley history, and the rise of California's Wine Industry.  KCBS' Jane McMillan speaks with Julia Flynn Siler, author of the book The House of Mondavi: The Rise and Fall of an American Wine Dynasty.  
  • Monday, February 22nd, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: “Why The Right Went Wrong -- Conservatism from Goldwater to the Tea Party and Beyond."

    In the midst of presidential election season, Washington Post Columnist and political analyst E.J. Dionne Jr. has written a book making the case for the need for a healthy GOP, and traces the historical roots of what's led to the radicalization of a portion of the right wing.  He joins Jane McMillan to discuss this New York Times bestseller, “Why The Right Went Wrong -- Conservatism from Goldwater to the Tea Party and Beyond.".
  • KCBS In Depth: Supreme Court of the United States

    KCBS' Jane McMillan is joined by Hastings College of the Law Professor Rory Litte who discusses the judicial legacy of late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, and the future of some major cases before the court at the time of his passing.
  • Monday, February 8th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: NFL Concussions

    As more NFL players are found to have suffered brain damage linked to repeated head hits and concussions, KCBS' Jane McMillan is joined by ESPN investigative sports reporter Mark Fainaru-Wada, co-author of League of Denial-The NFL, Concussions and the Battle for Truth. His most recent reporting shows the increasing influence the NFL and its money, is having on research into Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, or CTE.
  • Friday, January 29th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: Solving Community Violence

    This week, KCBS' Jane McMillan speaks with Dr. Joseph Marshall, Founder and Executive Director of Alive And Free - Omega Boys Club; a San Francisco program which, for nearly 30 years, has offered what Dr. Marshall calls a prescription to cure violence and save at-risk kids from incarceration or an early death. Dr. Marshall is also a Commissioner on the San Francisco Police Commission and discusses changes in use of force procedures following the shooting death of a suspect with a knife by several SF officers.
  • Monday, January 25th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: Safety

    KCBS' Jane McMillan talks with National Safety Council President and CEO Deborah Hersman about new trends in unintended injuries and deaths in America. For more than a century, the non-profit NSC has researched and advocated safety solutons in the workplace, the home, on our roads and in our communities. The former NTSB Chairwoman and a global safety expert, Hersman says the NSC is currently focusing on the epidemic of opiod addiction and overdoses, and has high hopes for the technology of self-driving cars to reduce road deaths.
  • Monday, January 11th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: The Autism Job Club

    Finding a job is a challenge at the best of times, but it’s even harder for those on the Autism spectrum. KCBS’ Jane McMillan talks with two distinguished labor experts; Richard Holden, Regional Commissioner of the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics in San Francisco, and Michael Bernick, past director of the California Labor Department, Employment Development Department. They run a free workshop in San Francisco to help neuro-challenged job-seekers called AASCEND which was the inspiration for their book, The Autism Job Club - The Neurodiverse Workforce in the New Normal of Employment.
  • Monday, January 4th, 2016
  • KCBS In Depth: Healing

    KCBS’ Jane McMillan talks with Dr. Deborah Cohan, obstetrician and gynecologist, who runs the UCSF Perinatal HIV Clinic and is Medical Director of HIVE, the Bay Area Perinatal AIDS Center at SF General. Also known as The Dancing Doc, she shares her belief in body awareness in the healing process. Dr. Cohan used dance in her own healing process after surgery and treatment for breast cancer.
  • Monday, December 28th, 2015
  • KCBS In Depth: Bay Area Traffic

    Getting around the Bay Area is a challenge with demands on roadways and transit growing all the time. KCBS' Jane McMillan speaks with John Goodwin of the Metropolitan Transporatation Commission about future plans and possible solutions for the toughest of the region's commutes.
  • Monday, December 21st, 2015
  • KCBS In Depth: Solving Poverty

    Poverty persists, even in the wealthiest and most powerful nation in the world.  But, there are brilliant minds working to solve it. One of them is Doctor David Grusky, Director of the Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality...KCBS' Jane McMillan's guest on In Depth.
  • Monday, November 30th, 2015
  • KCBS In Depth: UN Climate Summit in Paris

    Hopes are high that a global agreement and action plan to address climate change will come out of the UN Summit in Paris.
    KCBS’ Jane McMillan talks with Environmental Defense Fund Executive Director Diane Regas who is attending the summit, and says all signs point to historic progress.
  • Monday, November 23rd, 2015
  • KCBS In Depth: The U.S. and Russia Against ISIL

    The terror attacks in Paris are being called a game-changer in the global fight against ISIL and Russia has emerged as an active partner. KCBS' Jane McMillan examines the unlikely alliance between Vladimir Putin and western leaders, including President Obama, with global security expert and President and CEO of the Commonwealth Club of California, Dr. Gloria Duffy.
  • Monday, November 16th, 2015
  • KCBS In Depth: Wealth and Income Inequality in America

    A vast majority of Americans aren’t reaping in the rewards of an improving economy because the system is rigged against them. That's the case laid out in the latest book by Former Secretary of Labor and U-C Berkeley Professor of Public Policy Robert Reich, Saving Capitalism: For The Many, Not The Few. He discusses the causes of and solutions for wealth and income inequality with KCBS' Jane McMillan.
  • Monday, November 9th, 2015
  • KCBS In Depth: The Needs of Veterans

    With Veteran's day coming up, KCBS’ Jane McMillan asked the Executive Director of Swords to Plowshares about the employment scene for vets. Michael Blecker heads up this 40-year-old non-profit offering a full slate of veteran services free of charge.
  • Monday, November 2nd, 2015
  • KCBS In Depth: Prop F

    Proposition F, the hotly contested measure on the San Francisco ballot, would impose stricter regulations on short term rentals. The so-called "Air B & B measure." KCBS’ Doug Sovern talks with advocates on both sides of the issue: Dale Carlson, a spokesman for the Yes on F campaign and Patrick Hannan, who opposes the measure.
  • Monday, October 19th, 2015
  • KCBS In Depth: LGBTQ Class

    Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts is offering a first of its kind LGBTQ Studies class as a high school elective. KCBS’ Jane McMillan talks with teacher Lyndsey Schlax about the the curriculum and the reaction of parents and students.
  • Monday, September 28th, 2015
  • KCBS In Depth: California Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act

    The California Legislature recently passed the Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act, creating a new framework of state oversight and licensing for the medical marijuana industry. KCBS’ Jane McMillan talks with Co-founder and Executive Director of Harborside Health Centers Steve DeAngelo, who former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown calls the father of the legal cannabis industry.
  • Monday, September 21st, 2015
  • KCBS In Depth: Syrian Refugee Crisis in Europe

    Hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees are trying to escape unspeakable violence in their homeland by fleeing to Europe. KCBS’ Jane McMillan talks with Director of UC Berkeley’s Institute of European Studies, Professor Jeroen Dewulf about how European nations are reacting and coping.
  • Monday, September 14th, 2015
  • KCBS In Depth: California Legislature Approves Physician Assisted Suicide

    The California Legislature has approved The End of Life Option Act which, under certain conditions, would legalize doctor-assisted suicide for some terminally ill patients. KCBS’ Jane McMillan discussed it with medical and legal ethicist, Professor Hank Greely, Director of Stanford's Center for Law and the Biosciences.
  • Monday, August 31st, 2015
  • KCBS In Depth: Researching Life on Other Planets

    KCBS’ Jeff Bell talks with Dr. Seth Shostak from SETI Institute, which is an organization that focuses on whether humans are the only life forms in the universe.
  • Monday, August 24th, 2015
  • KCBS In Depth: Wet Winter Could Be in the California Forecast

    California is entering its fourth year of the drought, but some people think we might have a wet winter this year from an forming El Nino pattern. KCBS’ Jane McMillan talks with Golden Gate Weather Service Meteorologist Jan Null about how much of a chance the state has of having rain sometime soon.
  • Monday, August 10th, 2015
  • In Depth: San Francisco Unified School District’s Specialized Program

    KCBS’ Jane McMillan talks with San Francisco Unified School District’s Emily Van Dyke and Erik Rice about the district’s CTE Academies, a high school program combining classroom learning with real world exposure to a chosen career field.
  • Friday, August 7th, 2015
  • In Depth: Child Safety in the Midst of the Maddy Middleton Case

    KCBS' Jane McMillan talks with Cal Professor Emerita, Author Paula S. Fass and Common Sense Media CEO Jim Steyer about how to keep your child safe and what we can learn from the Maddy Middleton case.
  • Thursday, July 30th, 2015
  • KCBS In Depth: The Iran Nuclear Agreement

    Elected officials in Washington... and plenty who WANT to be elected... are staking out positions on the nuclear dismantling accord the U-S and five other world powers have brokered with Iran.

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