RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
4:57 am
Wed March 29, 2006

Thursday, March 30: New York Doll

Salt Lake City, UT – Thirty years after the glam-rock band The New York Dolls had flamed out and broken up, film maker Greg Whitely found bassist Arthur "Killer" Kane in the Mormon Church's Family History Library in Los Angeles. He had quit drugs and found God but he had this beautiful dream to get the band back together. RadioWest looks at the making of the film and the remarkable influence of the New York Dolls. (Repeat)

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KUER Local News
2:29 am
Wed March 29, 2006

Jennifer Lee Jackson: A Journey of Gender Part 2

Jennifer Lee Jackson

Salt Lake City, UT – Part 2 looks at Jennifer Lee Jackson new life as a woman, how it has affected her relations with family and friends and her bid for political office in one of the most conservative states in the country.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
2:43 am
Tue March 28, 2006

Wednesday, March 29: A Journey of Gender

Jennifer Lee Jackson

Salt Lake City, UT – Tuesday and Wednesday, KUER's Jenny Brundin has brought you the extraordinary story of Jenni Jackson, a man who became a woman and is now running for the Utah State Senate. Wednesday on RadioWest, Doug is joined by Brundin and Jackson, as well as others from Utah's transgendered community, for a look at their journey of transformation - the choices they've made, the lives they live, and their honesty about who they are.

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KUER Local News
11:21 pm
Mon March 27, 2006

Jennifer Lee Jackson: A Journey of Gender Part 1

Jennifer Lee Jackson

Salt Lake City, UT – In part 1 of "Jenni's Story," we go back to her early years as a young boy named Ken Prince who felt he was born with the body of a male, but who had the mind and soul of a female. Later in life, Ken Prince was a successful salesman, church leader and father of six. But he endured years of anguish, overwhelmed by his desire to be a woman.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
2:21 am
Mon March 27, 2006

Tuesday, March 28: Patriots - the Redrock Land War

Salt Lake City, UT – When a herd of cows is gunned down on a lonely dirt road in the Grand Staircase National Monument, an investigative journalist, a U.S. Ranger and a Dineh Indian elder set out to to find out who's responsible and head-off a full scale land war. Mark Taylor's new novel "Patriots: the Redrock Land War" has been named a finalist for the 2005 Utah Book Award for fiction, and Taylor joins Doug Fabrizio to talk about misguided patriotism, violent confrontation, political conspiracy and sacred Native American belief.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
8:35 am
Fri March 24, 2006

Monday, March 27: Behind the Lines

Salt Lake City, UT – Andrew Carroll traveled throughout the US and 35 countries to collect the personal correspondence of troops and civilians in times of war. The result was 200 letters that portray the realities of conflict and sacrifice from the American Revolution to Iraq. He's collected them into the new book "Behind the Lines," and joins Doug Fabrizio in studio to talk about his search ... and about what he found. (Repeat)

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KUER Local News
11:18 pm
Wed March 22, 2006

How Will the Iraq War Affect Races for Congress?

Washington, DC – Republican Utah Senator Orrin Hatch and all three of Utah's House members stand for re-election this fall. President Bush's flagging poll numbers on Iraq are exciting Democrats as the midterm elections creep closer. Experts believe Democrats could make gains in both the House and the Senate, but it's doubtful the president's vulnerability could have much of an impact here in Utah. Chad Pergram examines the influence of the war at the ballot box.

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KUER Local News
11:03 pm
Wed March 22, 2006

Politics & The War in Iraq

Washington, DC – Utah Senator Orrin Hatch and all three of the state's house members stand for re-election this fall. President Bush's flagging poll numbers on Iraq are exciting Democrats as the mid-term elections creep closer. Experts believe Democrats could make gains in both the House and the Senate. But it's doubtful the president's vunerability could have much of an impact in Utah. From our Capitol Hill Bureau, Chad Pergram examines the influence of the war at the ballot box.

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KUER Local News
4:03 am
Wed March 22, 2006

U-S Geological Survey Scientist on Earthquake Activity

Salt Lake City, UT – Next month marks the 40th anniversary of the University of Utah Seismograph Stations and the 100th anniversary of the great San Francisco earthquake of 1906. Mary Lou Zoback's lecture tonight at the Salt Lake City Library will highlight the disaster of the California quake, and what we, in Utah, can learn from earthquake science. In an interview, Zoback shares her research findings about the great Wasatch Fault with KUER's Tasha Cook.


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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
3:10 am
Wed March 22, 2006

Thursday, March 23: Jesus and the Gnostic Gospels

Theological scholar Elaine Pagels is the Harrington Spear Paine Professor of Religion at Princeton University.

Salt Lake City, UT – In 1945, the sacred text of one of the world's earliest Christian sects was uncovered in Upper Egypt. The discovery of the Gnostic Gospels -- including the Gospel of Thomas -- has fascinated scholars and ignited imaginations since. Preeminent theologian Elaine Pagels is in Salt Lake City, and joins Doug Fabrizio to talk about how Christianity may have been different had these teachings of Jesus been a part of church canon from the earliest days.

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