Radio Parallax

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Radio Parallax
Running time 1 hour
Country of origin United States
Language(s) English
Home station KDVS
Created by Douglas Everett

Radio Parallax is a weekly public affairs radio show that airs in the California cities of Davis and Sacramento. It is part of freeform radio station KDVS at University of California at Davis.

Created and hosted by the eclectic Douglas Everett, Radio Parallax covers topics in the political and scientific arena with a refreshing air of satire and cynicism. The show is also noted for its prominent guests consisting of semi-national figures, authors, investigative journalists, and documentary filmmakers.

Featured Guests
Walter Cronkite
Bob Edwards
Chuck Yeager
Dean Edell
John Dean
Dennis Kucinich
Eugene McCarthy
Christine Todd Whitman
Carol Channing
Eli Wallach
Dick Smothers
Neil deGrasse Tyson
Gordon "Uncle John" Javna
Phil Proctor
Steven Squyres
David Talbot


Douglas Everett grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area near the hills of the east bay. After receiving a BS degree in Biological Sciences from UC Davis, Doug went on to earn an MD from UC Irvine. In addition to hosting Radio Parallax, Dr. Doug has been a practicing physician in the Central Valley for the past 24 years. He currently owns and operates Sacramento Doctors' Clinic For Men while still working at an urgent care clinic in Sacramento. Dr. Doug's most recent project has been the creation of Sacramento Men's Health a blog designed to promote public health.