RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
9:51 am
Wed September 2, 2009

9/2/09: The Boundaries of Sex Education

photo: Adam Foster/Creative Commons via flickr

Salt Lake City, UT – Today we're testing the boundaries of sex education. A Utah lawmaker has raised the questions about the subject again. Representative Lynn Hemingway is drafting a bill that would push school districts to beef up the information they pass on to kids about sex. We're talking about the bill, but also about how much information young people can handle about the dicey subject. We'll also discuss how school systems in other countries are dealing with it and what kind of results they're getting.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
3:25 pm
Tue September 1, 2009

9/1/09: By His Own Rules

Donald Rumsfeld
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KUER Local News
7:02 pm
Mon August 31, 2009

New Urbanity: The Rise of a New America

University of Utah Presidential Professor Arthur Nelson

Salt Lake City, UT – University of Utah urban planning professor Arthur Nelson foresees a dramatic shift in American cities based on demographic changes and housing preferences. For the past thirty years, Professor Nelson has conducted pioneering and nationwide research on metropolitan development patterns. KUER's Tasha Cook has this interview with Professor Nelson, who moved to Utah last year to establish the Metropolitan Research Center

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KUER Local News
8:45 am
Mon August 31, 2009

Ken Burns on History and the National Parks

Documentary filmmaker Ken Burns talks about history at Viewmont High School.

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KUER Local News
10:13 am
Fri August 28, 2009

Dan Nailen: Shows at Salt Lake Art Center

Salt Lake Magazine Arts and Entertainment Editor Dan Nailen

Salt Lake City, UT – Salt Lake Magazine Arts and Entertainment Editor Dan Nailen looks at a pair of exhibits at the Salt Lake Art Center.

Lounge Act: Dan Nailen's weblog

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
9:02 am
Fri August 28, 2009

8/31/09: The Chaos Scenario

RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
6:32 pm
Thu August 27, 2009

8/28/09: The Year of Living Biblically

Photo by William Pelkey

Salt Lake City, UT – Not touching unclean things or wearing clothes with mixed fibers were just two of the some 700 rules that A.J. Jacobs tried to follow as he lived an entire year according to the strict prescriptions of the Bible. The editor at large of Esquire tried to keep his rules in New York City of all places, and Friday, Jacobs talks to Doug about his funny - and profound - journey. (Rebroadcast)

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Business & Labor
12:30 pm
Wed August 26, 2009

Detente in Public Lands Debate?

Alta, UT – It was billed as a civil debate on public land use in Utah and the gathering at the annual Land and Water Symposium kept to format.

Maybe it was the crisp mountain air, maybe the idyllic setting in the Albion Basin above Alta Ski Resort. Whatever the reason, two of the most passionate opposing voices in Utah's public lands debate remained polite and agreed to disagree during the Land and Water Symposium, an annual gathering for politicians and policy wonks.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
11:14 am
Wed August 26, 2009

8/27/09: The Fallen Sky

RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
10:38 am
Wed August 26, 2009

8/26/09: The Healing of America

TR Reid

Salt Lake City, UT – Reporter TR Reid says when it comes to health care, the United States - the richest country in the world - is a fourth rate power. Reid's just written a book about health care around the world. He traveled to five wealthy capitalist countries trying to figure out how they do it. Wednesday on RadioWest, TR Reid will tell us what he found. (Rebroadcast)

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