HPR Produced Talk Shows


POW/MIA Ceremony, 100th Anniversary of Australian & US Forces Allies, Go for Broke film, Monster Home Bills, HPD Spreads Aloha With Lip Sync Challenge



Short Term Rentals; Humpback Whale Count; Kalakaua Exhibit; Edge of Paradise

jaydeep_ / Pixabay

Today on Bytemarks Café, Burt will help to kick off National Cyber Security Awareness Month which starts in October.

Project Vision Hawaii

Maui Homeless follow-up,  Project Vision Hawaii, Fostering Employee Feedback, Short Film, “Mauka to Makai”


Sex trafficking HPR Reporter debrief Ku`uwehi Hiraishi, Title IX film, Rise of the Wahine, Hawaii Food and Wine Festival, HOT fashion show

mojzagrebinfo / Pixabay

Trying to lose a few pounds? It's not easy. And if you're not careful, those pounds will find you once again. Next time on The Body Show, Dr. Kozak talks with a weight management expert about the options available to help.

The Conversation: Friday, September 14th, 2018

Sep 14, 2018
Department of Planning and Permitting / City and County of Honolulu

Nuuanu Dam; Disaster Fatigue; Exploring New Lava Delta; Pioneering Scientist Returns to Hilo

Eric Tessmer / Flickr / CC by 2.0

Tropical Storm Olivia; Honolulu Homeless Bills; Health Disparity Study; Hikianalia Voyage


Tropical Storm Olivia Maui Update, Shelters on Maui,  The Long View, Sex-Ed in Hawaii, Bamboo Ridge Press Book Launch

Sam Churchill / Flickr

On this episode of Bytemarks Café, Ryan and Burt will hear how eSports is drawing online spectators and large sponsored prize winnings. They'll talk to an innovator at UH Mānoa who has not only created a course in eSports, but also envisions supporting an eSports team and a competitive arena.

NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration and Research, Hohonu Moana 2016


Kawananakoa Hearing, Research Expedition to Northwestern Islands, Remembering 9/11 by Planting Trees, Opportunity for Runaways in Windward


Judge Rules Against Counties, Health Services For Our Micronesian Community, Boy Scouts Open to Girls, Veteran Story: Alex Tang

Staff Sgt. Sheila deVera / U.S. Air Force

It's hot outside. And here in the islands, that could mean all year long. How do people get dehydrated? And why? Can just drinking water be the cure? Next time on The Body Show, Dr. Kathy Kozak will talk with an expert about the best ways to stay hydrated, and when to know it's time to get emergency treatment.

West Maui Hospital Foundation

Supreme Court Nominee; West Maui Hospital; Historic Kaka’ako Building; Sierra Club Anniversary

Nalukai Foundation / Facebook

Today on Bytemarks Cafe, we’ll learn about to a couple of student projects that found their genesis in Nalukai Academy. We’ll talk to the student team leads about their projects, how they were influenced by Nalukai, and how they see carrying on the effort after the program.  

National Cancer Institute

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. And on this episode of The Body Show, Dr. Kozak talks with two experts about screening, diagnosis, treatment and follow-up parameters for men who have been diagnosed with prostate cancer. 

Amber Khan

DHS Secretary in Hawaii, Little League Champs; Adaptive Surfing; Art at Four Seasons


City Lawsuit, Smart Yields, Safe Food, Aupuni Space, Lei Of parks

Mana Up / Facebook

Tomorrow on Bytemarks Café, Ryan and Burt will have a couple of companies from the 2nd Mana Up cohort. Mana Up is a retail accelerator with a focus on companies with a Hawaiʻi brand. They will hear how they'll build the next generation of Hawaiʻi companies and help them grow their worldwide market. 

Wikimedia Commons

Hawaii Island Update: Storm Recovery, Still Life Books & Vinyl, Coral Reef Health, Gypsy 808

Department of Land and Natural Resources

Kauai County Update, HiEMA Update, Big Island Businesses, Snail Rescue, Kanikapila During Hurricane Lane

Patrick J. Lynch / Wikipedia

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is a progressive lung condition that makes it hard to breathe. How do you know if you have it? What are some of the risk factors? Next time on The Body Show, Dr. Kathy Kozak will talk about the signs and symptoms to watch out for, who needs to be tested, and why early diagnosis is key.

United States Department of Defense

Across the islands, residents and visitors are dealing with the effects of Hurricane Lane. Fire and rain have forced evacuations across the Big Island and Maui overnight. Tourists are scrambling as airlines have canceled some flights. There are pockets of power outages across various islands due to the gusty winds even though the Hurricane has been downgraded to a Category 2 storm. Hurricane Lane’s advance has slowed to 2 miles an hour.


Hurricane Lane Update, Homeless Preparation During Hurricane, Healthcare During Storms, Disaster Preparedness, Reporter Update with Wayne Yoshioka


Storm Coverage; Abandoned Vehicles; Shared Spaces; Adaptive Surfing

Mybloodtypeiscoffee / Wikimedia Commons

Today on Bytemarks Café, Burt and Ryan will talk about new forms of payment. From Apple Pay, Paypal and money transfer from apps like WeChat. The days of writing checks are over. With new innovations in online and mobile payment systems, what should we look for when adopting one?

Wikimedia Commons

Kahala Resort Permit Flap, Film Tax Credit, HPR Reporter Debrief, Madagascar Peace Corps update with Kamaka Dias

Kai Lenny / Facebook

Grieving Whales, Washington Place Celebration; Hydrofoil Revolution

Scott Dahlem / Wikimedia Commons

Ever wonder if research is being done right here in the islands, and impacts the health of all of us? In the second part of last week's Body Show, Dr. Kozak further explores the exciting new projects being done in the islands. Including research in: asthma, kidney problems, hepatitis, and the Ornish program.

Wikimedia Commons

Hotshot Remembrance; Hurricane Names, Election Winners and Losers; Hawaii Honeybees