By Summer Reading
June 30, 2004 – Doug talks with local reading gurus from Ken Sanders Rare Books, Kings English Bookshop and Sam Weller's Zion Bookstore about the best summer reads.
By Benjamin Franklin: An American Life
July 5, 2004 – Biographer Walter Isaacson describes why Ben Franklin is the Founding Father you would most want to hang out with today. (Repeat)
By Alexander Hamilton
July 2, 2004 – Doug talks with National Book Award winner Ron Chernow about his latest book, "Alexander Hamilton."
July 1, 2004 – Show TBD
By Apologetics and Mormon Orthodoxy
July 6, 2004 – Doug explores the role of intellectualism and apologetics in LDS orthodoxy with scholar John-Charles Duffy.
Friday, July 2 – Show TBD
By Utah Arts Festival
Thursday, June 24 – Doug is joined by artists and performers of the 2004 Utah Arts Festival.
By The Myth of the Bear Lake Monster
Wednesday, June 23 – Doug speaks with local historians and eyewitnesses of the mythical Bear Lake monster.
By Doug Fabrizio
Salt Lake City, UT – Nuala O'Faolain discusses her new novel, "Almost There, The Onward Journey of a Dublin Woman." (repeat)
By Dan Bammes
Salt Lake City, UT – Is Utah's economy recovering slower than the national economy? Where does Utah stand in the coming months?