July, 2015

In this conversation with Marin’s long-serving District Attorney, Ed Berberian talks about his office, and the high rates of domestic violence in the County.  Our main focus is on his controversial handling of a Corte Madera road rage case involving Dr. James Simon and William Osenton.  The grand jury indictment of Simon was dismissed due to “substantial prejudice”, after initial charges were dismissed over insufficient evidence.  Berberian explains in detail his decisions in this case.

June, 2015

Our guest is Marin County Sheriff and Coroner Robert Doyle. We get an overview of the department, talk about Doyle’s firing of a deputy for improper use of force—and his reinstatement by the county Personnel Board. We also talk about the department’s expanded role in dispatching Central Marin officers, and its collection of crime fighting gear, including the armored Bearcat.

In our second segment, Peter B. Collins visits the OWLS in Mill Valley, which are new viewfinders that depict sea level rise scenarios in Marin’s low-lying areas. The report features Supervisor Kathrin Sears and OWLized founder Aaron Selverson.

May, 2015

April, 2015

Listen to Don Carney, Marin Y Youth Court Director, discuss how a restorative peer based youth justice program makes a positive impact on at risk kids.

March, 2015

Larry and Peter talk with Larry Chu, the mayor of Larkspur, about various issues facing Larkspur.

February, 2015

San Rafael Mayor Gary Phillips talks about the changes and improvements to San Rafael.
In the 2nd segment, Dr. John Panagotacos, Medical Director of Marin General Hospital Spine and Brain Institute, and Peter Richmond, Realtor and Columnist for MarinScope Newspapers discuss warning signs and treatment of stroke.

November, 2014

October, 2014

September, 2014

Tom McInerney and Larry Bragman

July, 2014

In their 52nd Episode, Peter and Larry discuss growth issues and the pulse of Marin County with Supervisor Judy Arnold. Joe Hegedus, of Marin Partnership to End Homelessness talks about the progress being made toward a more permanent solution to homelessness.