On The Friday, May 11, 2018 Edition Of Idaho Matters:

May 10, 2018

Weekly Idaho reporters' roundtable . . . Two Idaho gubernatorial candidates answer BSPR questions . . . The Boise Philharmonic plays for a unique audience . . .

A panel of reporters joins Gemma Gaudette to discuss this week’s news affecting the Treasure Valley and Idaho.

- We continue our series of interviews with Idaho's gubernatorial candidates; Boise State Public Radio's James Dawson speaks with Republican candidate Dalton Cannady and BSPR's Frankie Barnhill talks with Republican candidate Steve Pankey.

- Earlier this week, members of the Boise Philharmonic performed Haydn's Sunrise Quartet for some unique audience members ... inmates at the Idaho State Correctional Institution. The philharmonic's string quartet played for about an hour in the facility's chapel in front of 500 men. Bryan Shipley, chaplain of the ISCI's chapel and philharmonic violinist Geoffrey Hill will join Idaho Matters with one of the performers to discuss the genesis of the performance and its impact on both the musicians and the audience members.