Salt Lake City, UT – NPR's Howard Berkes has reported from the Gulf Coast region on communities rebuilding from Katrina's fury. He joins Doug Fabrizio in-studio for first-hand accounts of haunting debris fields, of the search for victims and of the hope found in two towns reunited.
"Restoring the Gulf Coast" will air live Thursday at 11:00 a.m. and be replayed Friday evening at 7:00 p.m.
Salt Lake City, UT – A growing body of scientists are blaming global warming for phenomena such as stronger hurricanes, urban heat spikes and the rise of infectious diseases. KUER's Jenny Brundin talks with Michael Taylor, director and co-writer of the new documentary "Global Warming: The Signs and the Science," along with other experts about what is causing global climate change, what the future holds and what is being done about it.
Salt Lake City, UT – America has long attracted the brightest minds from around the world to work in high-tech and scientific jobs. In the last decade, however, that trend has been changing. Many PhDs are being recruited by other countries agressively seeking top knowledge workers. Jenny Brundin talks to David Heenan, author of "Flight Capital: The Alarming Exodus of America's Best and Brightest."
Salt Lake City, UT – Hallowe'en is Monday, and we're talking ghosts today. Doug Fabrizio is joined by members of the Ghost Hunters Society of Utah, an organization of paranormal investigators. They've collected tapes purportedly representing other-worldly voices and stories from around the state. You be the judge... (Repeat)
Salt Lake City, UT – Plan B Theatre Company and RadioWest present a special Hallowe'en live radio theatre performance. Three actors and a sound effects artist will perform adaptations of Edgar Allan Poe's stories "The Tell-Tale Heart" and "The Premature Burial."
Salt Lake City, UT – Utah's Greek Community is celebrating the centennial of the Greek Orthodox Church of Greater Salt Lake City. Doug Fabrizio is joined by Manoli Sargetakis, historian Constantine Skedros, and Craig Miller of the Utah Arts Council Folk Arts Program. We'll look at the history of this unique community, and at how ethnicity is preserved in the "melting-pot" of America.