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."
Salt Lake City, UT – The Delta Center in Salt Lake City is usually known for swift point guards streaking down the stretch and loud, boisterous crowds - it's Utah's House of Basketball. But this past week the arena was converted into a new type of house, a House of the Lord, according to the United Pentecostal Church International, which rented out the Delta Center for a five-day annual conference that ended Sunday night. Producer Beth Hoffman attended the conference and found a different kind of fan.
Wednesday, September 22, 2004 – Doug talks to embattled Salt Lake County Mayor Nancy Workman about her reactions to charges of misusing public money and about her plans for continuing her reelection campaign.
Salt Lake City, UT – As Salt Lake City grows and diversifies, residents - particularly those on the city's West Side - are struggling to understand each other. Older neighborhoods are evolving in new ways, and many newcomers now speak foreign languages, work unusual hours, or have darker skin But what's most troubling for many of the area's older residents is simply the way the community now looks. Producer Beth Hoffman has been talking to old-time residents and newcomers to the area.