Harriet Baskas is an award-winning radio producer who has also served as general manager of KMUN-FM in Astoria, Oregon; KBOO-FM in Portland, Oregon and KBCS-FM in Bellevue, Washington. For more than twenty years, her radio stories aired regularly on National Public Radio and elsewhere on public radio. She is now working on a series about the 50th anniversary of the Seattle World’s Fair.
Recent stories and series include
- The Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Centennial Radio Project – a three-part radio series about Washington State’s 1909 World’s Fair. KUOW-FM, Summer 2009
- What ever happened to D.B. Cooper – NPR, Morning Edition, Dec 1, 2008
- The Velveteria: Portland’s Black Velvet Painting Museum -NPR, May 22, 2008
- 24-Hour Airport Gym in Las Vegas – NPR, February 13 , 2008
- Seattle’s Mummies, KUOW, December 30,2007
- Get Your Flu Shot at O’Hare Airport, NPR, November 21, 2007
- The Oregon Vortex, OPB, October 31, 2007
- Jolly Green Giant Left Town, But His Image Remains, OPB, July 31st, 2007
- Milton-Freewater Embraces Froggy Mascots, OPB, July 10th, 2007
- At Corning: Life Imitates Art – Astonishingly, NPR All Things Considered, June 25, 2007
- The Hidden Treasures Radio Project on National Public Radio.
- Gone but Not Forgotten on KUOW-FM, Seattle Wa.