Hawaii Public Radio (HPR) is a 1-hour program that airs Monday through Friday from 8 to 9 in the morning. It is dedicated to the people of Hawaii and is hosted by Beth-Ann Kozlovich and Chris Vandercook. They discuss a wide range of topics, from the state's budget crisis to chicken huli-huli. The Body Show (HPR-2) is a weekly program that airs on Mondays at 5 p.m.
It helps listeners make informed health decisions with the latest medical information and knowledgeable guests. The Arts Business (HPR-1) is a Sunday program at 6 p.m. It focuses on publicizing the operation of nonprofit arts organizations in Hawaii, examining other nonprofit organizations whose work contributes to or improves the Hawaii community, and focusing on organizations or institutions that influence the activities of nonprofit arts organizations. The Conversation - HPR-2 - Monday through Friday at 8 a.m.
is hosted by Beth-Ann Kozlovich and Chris Vandercook. They discuss everything from the state's budget crisis to chicken huli-huli, and the audience is invited to participate and comment. Town Square - HPR-2 - On Thursdays at 5 p.m., hosted and produced by Beth-Ann Kozlovich, is one of the oldest public affairs programs on Hawaii Public Radio. Since its creation in 1999, Town Square has been an interactive forum for addressing political, social, educational and cultural issues of local, national and international importance.
Often, the conversation includes guests and participants from outside Hawaii, giving access to newsmakers and those who aren't yet. Discussions are lively and, almost always, civilized. Hawaii Football Now is another popular show on HPR that covers Hawaiian football rivalries and other topics related to sports betting. Matt Youmans, host and senior editor of VSin, The Sports Betting Network, joins the podcast to talk about UNLV and Hawaiian football. Jordan Helle and Hunter Hughes summarize Hawaiian soccer's 27-13 loss to UNLV in the ninth island game and discuss what the team needs to do to keep going through the rest of the season and finish strong.
This week on Hawaii Football Now, Jordan Helle and Hunter Hughes chat with University of Hawaii running back Dedrick Parson who went through Howard University's transfer portal to Hawaii and was able to make a big difference for the Rainbow Warriors in their last two years. Leonard Lee, a proud graduate of Kapolei and now retired as a defender from the University of Hawaii, joins the podcast Hawaii Football Now to share his perspective on his last year with the Timmy Chang coaching staff. HPR offers more than just political and world news these days. It encompasses a diverse group of programs that are sure to interest anyone if detected at the right time.