By Benjamin Franklin: An American Life
July 5, 2004 – Biographer Walter Isaacson describes why Ben Franklin is the Founding Father you would most want to hang out with today. (Repeat)
By Alexander Hamilton
July 2, 2004 – Doug talks with National Book Award winner Ron Chernow about his latest book, "Alexander Hamilton."
July 1, 2004 – Show TBD
By Apologetics and Mormon Orthodoxy
July 6, 2004 – Doug explores the role of intellectualism and apologetics in LDS orthodoxy with scholar John-Charles Duffy.
Friday, July 2 – Show TBD
By Utah Arts Festival
Thursday, June 24 – Doug is joined by artists and performers of the 2004 Utah Arts Festival.
By The Myth of the Bear Lake Monster
Wednesday, June 23 – Doug speaks with local historians and eyewitnesses of the mythical Bear Lake monster.
By Doug Fabrizio
Salt Lake City, UT – Nuala O'Faolain discusses her new novel, "Almost There, The Onward Journey of a Dublin Woman." (repeat)
By Dan Bammes
Salt Lake City, UT – Is Utah's economy recovering slower than the national economy? Where does Utah stand in the coming months?
Salt Lake City, UT – Doug Fabrizio talks with John Dunning who has just published his third Cliff Janeway novel, "The Bookman's Promise". An expert on rare books and radio history.
Visit one of Salt Lake City's independent booksellers:
Ken Sanders Rare Books The King's English Sam Weller's Zion Bookstore