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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
1:54 pm
Wed August 3, 2005

Thursday, August 4: Christine Todd Whitman

Salt Lake City, UT – Doug Fabrizio is joined in studio by former New Jersey Republican governor Christine Todd Whitman. Whitman's new book "It's My Party Too" looks at the recent political shift of the Republican Party, and argues that ultra-conservatism is detrimental to its long-term health and competitiveness.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
4:51 pm
Tue August 2, 2005

Tuesday, August 2: Volunteering Abroad

Salt Lake City, UT – RadioWest explores what may be a trend among young people to leave the comfort of home, travel to distant countries and volunteer their time. Doug talks to two people who have dedicated their own time and money to international volunteering, to Stefano DeZerega, co-author of "How to Live Your Dream of Volunteering Overseas" and to Peter Levine of CIRCLE.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
9:04 am
Tue August 2, 2005

Wednesday, August 3: Patterns of Growth in the LDS Church

Salt Lake City, UT – In Part Two of our conversation on demographics of the LDS church, RadioWest talks to the Salt Lake Tribune's Peggy Fletcher Stack about her recent article on the slowing of the Church's growth world-wide.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
3:57 pm
Fri July 29, 2005

Monday, August 1: Outsourcing Utah

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
1:04 pm
Thu July 28, 2005

Friday, July 29: Three Billion New Capitalists

Salt Lake City, UT – How would the nation cope in a world where the dollar is no longer the dominant currency and the United States no longer the dominant power? In his book Three Billion New Capitalists, Clyde Prestowitz argues American dominance in the world is fragile not because its military power is weak, but because it's economic clout is shrinking. Doug talks to Prestowitz about global trends and America's role in the world's economic future. (Repeat)

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
5:07 pm
Wed July 27, 2005

Thursday, July 28: Murderball

Salt Lake City, UT – The documentary "Murderball" follows a set of world-class athletes competing in an extreme sport, but it's anything but usual. Murderball is the nick-name for Quad Rugby, an official paralympic sport that tests the skills of its quadriplegic participants. RadioWest is joined by Andy Cohn of Team USA, and two players from Utah's own Murderball team, Brian Horne and Tim Daynes.

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KUER Local News
1:15 pm
Wed July 27, 2005

Utah Kids Count

Salt Lake City, UT – The 2005 KIDS COUNT data book released today examines how Utah's children are faring. KUER's Tasha Cook has this report.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
5:06 pm
Tue July 26, 2005

Tuesday, July 26: Domestic Partner Benefits

Salt Lake City, UT – Earlier this month, the Salt Lake County Council voted down a proposal to extend domestic partner benefits to county employees. RadioWest explores the meaning of that decision: are these kind of benefits a slippery slope toward the eventual endorsement of same sex relationships? Is there a trend toward these benefits among American companies?

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
4:47 pm
Tue July 26, 2005

Wednesday, July 27: The Mormon Majority

Salt Lake City, UT – The Salt Lake Tribune's Matt Canham has written a series on the the shrinking majority of Mormons in Utah. RadioWest talks to Canham, along with historian Will Bagley, demographer Pam Perlich and political scientist Mathew Burbank about what this trend means for the state.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
2:14 pm
Fri July 22, 2005

Monday, July 25: What Became of the Corps?

Salt Lake City, UT – Doug talks with Larry Morris about his book "The Fate of the Corps: What Became of the Lewis and Clark Explorers After the Expedition." (Repeat)

Visit one of Salt Lake's Independent Booksellers:
Ken Sanders Rare Books
The King's English
Sam Weller's Zion Bookstore

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
12:53 pm
Fri July 22, 2005

Friday, July 22: Stones in His Pockets

Cedar City, UT – We are wrapping up our week in Southern Utah by showcasing a remarkable play from the Utah Shakespearean Festival. It's Irish playwright Marie Jones' story of Charlie and Jake, two men from a rural village in Ireland who get jobs as extras for a Hollywood film crew that's come to town. It's a lot of work for the two actors who by the end will have performed fifteen different characters.

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KUER Local News
12:50 pm
Fri July 22, 2005

Senator Hatch Meets Nominee Judge John Roberts

Washington, D.C. – Republican Utah Senator Orrin Hatch has taken part in confirmation hearings for 8 of the 9 current Supreme Court justices. He knows the process, and he had some advice for Supreme Court nominee Judge John Roberts. Benjamin Shaw caught up with Hatch immediately after he met with Roberts.

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KUER Local News
12:45 pm
Fri July 22, 2005

Urquart Running for U.S. Senate

Salt Lake City, UT – A Utah state Senator from St. George is taking on Orrin Hatch in the 2006 election. Representative Steve Urquart says he isn't worried about the Senator's senior status or hefty campaign warchest. He says its time for a change. KUER's Jenny Brundin reports.

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KUER Local News
11:18 am
Fri July 22, 2005

ACLU Targeted

Salt Lake City, UT – This week, The American Civil Liberties Union learned that it is the target of a massive federal government investigation. KUER's Tasha Cook has more on this report.

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KUER Local News
12:51 pm
Thu July 21, 2005

Dear Senator

Washington, D.C. – A new report by the Congressional Management Foundation shows U.S. Senators are sent up to eight million pieces of mail a year and 83 million emails. And almost every item gets a response. The more powerful individual lawmakers become, the more mail they receive. But do Senators read the letters? And do they ever change their minds becuase of pressure from back home? Laura Strickler reports from our Capitol Hill Bureau.

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KUER Local News
12:45 pm
Thu July 21, 2005

Hatch on Supreme Court Nominee

Washington, D.C. – Utah's Senators say they're pleased with the President's choice for the
Supreme Court. The opinion of Utah Republican Senator Orrin Hatch holds
considerable sway as former chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Laura Strickler reports from our Capitol Hill Bureau.

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KUER Local News
12:41 pm
Thu July 21, 2005

Utah's Mentally Ill and Waiting List for Services for People with Disabilities

Salt Lake City, UT – Thousands of Utahns with serious mental illnesses continue to be without services and the waiting list for services for people with disabilities continues to grow. That was the grim news for a committee of lawmakers on Capitol Hill yesterday. KUER's Jenny Brundin reports.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
10:22 am
Wed July 20, 2005

Thursday, July 21: Water in Southwestern Utah

Cedar City, UT – RadioWest continues its series from Cedar City, Utah. Water has always defined how we settle the West. The question for Southern Utah is whether access to water will limit explosive growth. Is the ethic of water use changing? RadioWest talks to planners, ranchers and environmentalists about a commodity so precious to one of the driest landscapes in the country.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
1:06 pm
Tue July 19, 2005

Wednesday, July 20: Camelot

Cedar City, UT – Camelot first opened on Broadway in 1960 when the nation worried about the cold war. This season at the Utah Shakespearean Festival, Camelot is playing to an audience that has worries about the questions of war and peace. Does might make right? RadioWest talks about the play and the ideas that inspired it.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
1:26 pm
Mon July 18, 2005

Tuesday, July 19: Southern Utah Issues Round-Up

Cedar City, UT – RadioWest continues it's series of programs live from Cedar City as we take a look at the issues that matter to Southern Utah. What's on your mind? Is it the prospect of nuclear tests? Jobs? Fires and floods? Water? Growth? Call us at 801-585-9378 or e-mail radiowest@kuer.org

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
1:29 pm
Sun July 17, 2005

Monday, July 18: Romeo and Juliet

Cedar City, UT – RadioWest begins its live week of broadcasts from the Utah Shakespearean Festival in Cedar City. The conversations kick off with a look at Shakespeare's time and how it shaped his enduring work "Romeo and Juliet." Doug is joined by scholar Dympna Callaghan, Utah Shakespearean Festival executive producer Fred Adams, director Kate Buckley, and actors Paul Hurley and Tiffany Scott.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
3:25 pm
Thu July 14, 2005

Friday, July 15: A Shadow in the City

Salt Lake City, UT – The crime journalist Charles Bowden is in Salt Lake City, and joins Doug Fabrizio to talk about his new book "A Shadow in the City: Confessions of an Undercover Drug Warrior."

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
3:44 pm
Wed July 13, 2005

Thursday, July 14: The Self-Made Man

Salt Lake City, UT – Do individuals have the right to decide how they die? Doug talks to documentary filmmaker Susan Stern about her work "The Self-Made Man." It's the story of her father who made the decision to take his own life rather than endure a terminal disease. He's also joined by elder law attorney Maureen Henry and University of Utah Philosophy professor Margaret Battin, author of "Ending Life: Ethics and the Way We Die."

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
5:37 pm
Tue July 12, 2005

Wednesday, July 13: Sundance Summit Wrap-Up

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
5:15 pm
Tue July 12, 2005

Tuesday, July 12: No god but God

Salt Lake City, UT – The scholar Reza Aslan joins Doug Fabrizio to explain just how it is that the ancient ideals of Islam have come to be the creed of jihadists and terrorists. Aslan's book "No god but God" explores the origins of the faith of Mohammed and the way it has evolved over time.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
1:08 pm
Fri July 8, 2005

Monday, July 11: Chang-rae Lee's "Aloft"

Salt Lake City, UT – Doug talks with author Chang-rae Lee, who was named by The New Yorker Magazine as one of the 20 Best Writers Under 40. His latest book, Aloft, is set in the American suburb and re-examines the meaning of the American character. (Repeat)

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
2:02 pm
Thu July 7, 2005

Friday, July 8: No Safe Haven

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
2:48 pm
Wed July 6, 2005

Wednesday, July 6: The Ghost of RS 2477

Salt Lake City, UT – Old roads are seen as the key to control of large areas of public land in Utah, roads that were authorized by a federal law that has long since been repealed. Mike Swenson of the Utah Shared Access Alliance and Heidi McIntosh of the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance share opposing views on the legacy of RS 2477.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
1:45 pm
Wed July 6, 2005

Thursday, July 7: Saving our Children from Nature Deficit Disorder

Salt Lake City, UT – Kids today have little hands-on contact with the natural world. Many learn in school about global warming and acid rain, but have never seen a bunny hop through the woods. Teresa Jordan talks to childhood development author Richard Louv about his new book "Last Child in the Woods: Saving our Children from Nature Deficit Disorder."

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
11:22 am
Tue July 5, 2005

Tuesday, July 5: Mouth Sounds

Salt Lake City, UT – Fred Newman has created voices and sounds for movies including "Gremlins" and "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?" He also tours with Garrison Keillor creating improvised sound effects for "A Prairie Home Companion." He joins RadioWest in the studio to share some secrets on making melodious, whimsical and sometimes rude sounds with your mouth. (Repeat)

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