Andrew Walsh

Andrew Walsh

Too Beautiful to Live

Guest/KCRW Staff/Producer

Andrew Walsh has more than 15 years of experience producing public radio programs for New Hampshire Public Radio, Seattle's KUOW Radio, and WKSU in Kent, Ohio. Before joining KCRW, he hosted and produced The Andrew Walsh Show, a daily news analysis and culture show on Seattle's KIRO radio. He is currently co-host of the podcast Too Beautiful To Live.

Andrew Walsh on KCRW

A New York Times investigation shows that Facebook gave companies like Netflix and Spotify way more access to user data than it ever disclosed.

Facebook: A year in scandal

A New York Times investigation shows that Facebook gave companies like Netflix and Spotify way more access to user data than it ever disclosed.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The Super Bowl is this Sunday, pitting the New England Patriots against the Atlanta Falcons. We discuss one of the game’s most talked-about sideshows: the commercials.

Even Super Bowl commercials can't avoid politics

The Super Bowl is this Sunday, pitting the New England Patriots against the Atlanta Falcons. We discuss one of the game’s most talked-about sideshows: the commercials.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Let’s be honest here: The rain is freaking us out. It’s coming down in sheets sometimes; we don’t know how to drive in it; we don’t know what to wear or where we put our umbrellas.

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Let’s be honest here: The rain is freaking us out. It’s coming down in sheets sometimes; we don’t know how to drive in it; we don’t know what to wear or where we put our umbrellas.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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