Salt Lake City – EARLIER THIS YEAR, US OFFICIALS LAUNCHED A MULTIMILLION-DOLLAR CRACKDOWN ALONG THE ARIZONA-MEXICO BORDER. SINCE THEN, ALMOST HALF A MILLION ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS HAVE BEEN ARRESTED ALONG THIS STRETCH OF THE BORDER - A 57 PERCENT INCREASE OVER LAST YEAR. BUT THE NUMBER OF DEATHS HAS RISEN TOO . SALT LAKE RADIO PRODUCER SCOTT CARRIER OPENS HIS 3-PART SERIES ON ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION WITH A LOOK AT THE RISKY JOURNEY TO THE U.S., BEGINNING IN THE MEXICAN BORDER TOWN OF SASABE, SONORA.
Salt Lake City – A BILL IS MOVING THROUGH CONGRESS THAT WOULD HIRE 10,000 MORE BORDER AGENTS TO PATROL MEXICO'S 2000 MILE LONG BORDER WITH THE UNITED STATES. TUSCON WRITER CHARLES BOWDEN BELIEVES THAT AMERICAN EFFORTS TO STOP THE FLOW OF HUMANS CROSSING THE BORDER, WHICH HE CALLS AN EXODUS ---- IS SET UP TO FAIL. IN THE LAST OF A 3-PART SERIES ON ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION, SALT LAKE RADIO PRODUCER SCOTT CARRIER TALKS WITH BOWDEN, WHO IS AUTHOR OF 14 BOOKS, SEVERAL OF THEM ON THE BORDER REGION.
Salt Lake City – THERE'S BEEN A 57 PERCENT INCREASE SINCE MARCH IN ARRESTS OF MEXICANS TRYING TO ENTER THE COUNTRY ILLEGALLY. BUT THE CRACKDOWN AT THE BORDER HAS ALSO FUELLED MORE DEATHS AMONG ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS. THE JOURNEY IS DANGEROUS AND RISKY FOR THE IMMIGRANTS AND OTHERS WHO LIVE ALONG THE BORDER. SALT LAKE RADIO PRODUCER SCOTT CARRIER BRINGS US PART 2 IN A 3-PART SERIES ON ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION WITH A GLIMPSE INTO THE LIFE OF A SECURITY OFFICER ON THE BUENOS AIRES NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE.
Monday, October 4, 2004 – Doug Fabrizio moderates a discussion on Utah's proposed constitutional amendment to define marriage. The program will be aired live from the Hinckley Institute of Politics. Guests include former Utah Special Assistant Attorney General Monte Stewart; Tiani Coleman, chair of the Utah County Republican Party; and Scott McCoy and Jane Marquardt of the Don't Amend Alliance.
Thursday, September 30, 2004 – Pioneer Theatre Company is currently playing "The Importance of Being Earnest." Doug talks to cast members about the performance, and with an Oscar Wilde scholar on what makes the literary figure so important.
Wednesday, September 29, 2004 – Students from UVSC join Doug to explore both sides of the Michael Moore controversy. Later, author Robert O'Neil talks about his book "Free Speech in the College Community."