Salt Lake City, UT – Guest host Robert Kirby talks with screenwriter and stand-up comedian John Moyer about humor in religion -- herding sacred cows without causing a stampede. It's been said that the test of a good religion is whether you can joke about it. Kirby and Moyer test that notion today on RadioWest.
Salt Lake City, UT – Guest host Teresa Jordan talks to Zen teacher Daniel Doen Silberberg Sensei. He's the Vice-Abbott of the Kanzeon Zen Center here in Salt Lake, the main temple for Kanzeon International. RadioWest looks at Utah Zen. Why Utah? Is Zen changing our state? Is Utah changing Zen?
Salt Lake City, UT – RadioWest looks at the debate surrounding No Child Left Behind. Utah lawmakers will look at implementation of the federal education program in a special session April 19th and 20th. KUER's Jenny Brundin is joined by Utah State Superintendent of Public Instruction Patti Harrington, State Representative Margaret Dayton and others.
Salt Lake City, UT – The University of Utah will inaugurate its 14th president tomorrow. KUER's Dan Bammes talks to Michael Young about his time in Utah thus far, and about his plans for Utah's first and largest public institution of higher education.
Salt Lake City, UT – Guest host Hal Cannon talks to Richard Menzies about his new book "Passing Through: An Existential Journey Across America's Outback." While life for most of us has become a matter of Point A and Point B, Menzies put over a quarter million miles on a Volkswagen bus discovering the places and people in between.
Salt Lake City, UT – Amy Goodman, journalist and radio host, talks to Doug about her book "The Exception to the Rulers: Exposing Oily Politicians, War Profiteers, and The Media That Love Them." (Repeat)