Salt Lake City, UT – Watergate and the subsequent resignation of Richard Nixon had a profound impact on journalism. RadioWest looks at the recent revelation of former FBI deputy director Mark Felt as "Deep Throat" to help understand the role of anonymous sources, and recent debates over a federal shield law for journalists.
Salt Lake City, UT – RadioWest talks with Toby Faber, author of the new book "Stradivari's Genius." Antonio Stradivari created instruments that gave the world their rich and unique sound for hundreds of years. Also joining us are Utah Symphony Concert Master Ralph Matson playing a 1702 Lord Borwick Stradivarius and Peter Prier of Peter Prier and Sons Violins.
Salt Lake City, UT – Over 300,000 men will be diagnosed with cancer this year in the United States. RadioWest takes a look at this prevalent disease, and talks to two survivors about the realities of living with cancer and the humor that is seeing them through.
Salt Lake City, UT – It's easy to talk about water conservation when it's hot and dry. How should we be thinking about water, though, in unusually wet weather? Is Utah better at managing its resources? Have years of drought changed the west's relationship with water? Doug is joined by Professor Char Miller of Trinity College, Larry Anderson from the Utah Division of Water Resources, and Katy Nicolich of Blue Sky Perennials.
Salt Lake City, UT – Dr. Gene Jacobsen recounts his three-and-a-half year experience as a prisoner of war during World War II. Captured at the age of 20 in 1941, he survived the Bataan Death March and imprisonment in Japan and the Phillipines. Jacobsen was one of only sixty-five men of his Army Air Corps squadron to return home. (Repeat)
Salt Lake City, UT – David Frum co-authored "An End to Evil: How to Win the War on Terror" with Richard Perle. Frum is a former speech writer and Special Assistant to President Bush. Frum and Perle are both resident fellows at the American Enterprise Institute. (Repeat)
Salt Lake City, UT – Tonight, Salt Lake City Mayor Anderson will host a forum on Health Care Access. RadioWest kicks off the conversation with a look at why so many Americans have little or no health care and what models might work to solve the problem.
Salt Lake City, UT – Kenneth Tomlinson, the chairman of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting is concerned with what he sees as a lack of balance in public television and radio. RadioWest talks to Brooke Gladstone and authors Jack Mitchell and Michael McCauley about the original intentions of NPR and how it is measuring up.
05/24/2005 – Utah Senator Orrin Hatch is skeptical about the compromise reached by Senate moderates averting a Senate shut down over the historic filibuster. Jill Morrison has more from our Capitol Hill Bureau.