Salt Lake City, UT – Families in Utah come in many different forms due to divorce, death, adoption, second marriages and the like. Some children have just one parent, some have two sets of parents. Utah lawmakers seek to protect these families under the law. But one form of family doesn't recive their blessing. KUER intern Ryan Oliver Hansen has the story of the upcoming battle over gay marriage in Utah.
Salt Lake City, UT – Blue Vinyl is a documentry about the seemingly benign vinyl siding common on American homes. The film explores the enviromental and human impact of the production and use of vinyl siding.
Doug Fabrizio explores the facts and the myths surrounding Mary Magdalene with scholars Dierdre Good of the General Theological Seminary of the Episcopal Church and Karen King of the Harvard Divinity School.
Radio West celebrates National Poetry month with Rebekah Presson Mosby. Mosby is co-editor of "Poetry Speaks," an anthology of masterpieces that includes recordings of poets from Tennyson to Plath, reading their own works.
After the September 11th terrorist attacks, more than 5,000 Arab or Muslim immigrants were taken into custody by the U.S. Justice Department and held indefinitely on the grounds of national security. "Persons of Interest" is a film that details some of those detentions.