Radio show on recovery

Focusing coverage on Camp Fire recovery efforts, North State Public Radio launched an evening show, called After Paradise, this week.

The program—6:30-7 p.m. weeknights, airing in Chico on KCHO (91.7 FM)—features updated information from local officials, service providers and experts in fields such as crisis trauma and financial planning. Local reporters also contribute. Listeners can submit questions via mynspr.org (where the show streams online) or 433-4887.

Public radio journalist Tess Vigeland (pictured) hosts the show, which NSPR has scheduled through next Friday (Dec. 7) and will consider extending. Vigeland has hosted National Public Radio’s “All Things Considered” and, for 11 years, “Marketplace,” plus two shows in the Los Angeles market.

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