RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
4:21 pm
Wed March 23, 2005

Thursday, March 24: Restoring the Past in Words and Images

Salt Lake City, UT – Novelist Leslie Forbes and artist Rachel Berwick talk about restoring the past through their art forms. They are in town, along with paleontoligst Michael Novacek, for the University of Utah's Science and Literature Symposium entitled "Some Assembly Required: Restoration and Human Production in Images, Words and Bones."

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
4:22 pm
Mon March 21, 2005

Tuesday, March 22: This I Believe

Salt Lake City, UT – In 1951, Edward R Murrows asked Americans about their fundamental beliefs. The result was an extraordinary collection of essays that profiled people from all walks of life. Producers Jay Allison and Dan Gediman have recreated the project, and will join Doug to discuss what they are learning about Americans then and now.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
3:08 pm
Fri March 18, 2005

Monday, March 21: American Stages & Tragedy, A Tragedy

Salt Lake City, UT – Doug talks to NPR's Bob Mondello about "American Stages." It's a series that looks at the rise of regional theater around the country. Then RadioWest turns to one of Salt Lake's own Plan B Theatre Company and it's production of "Tragedy, A Tragedy."

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
2:30 pm
Fri March 18, 2005

Friday, March 18: The Fate of the Utah Symphony and Opera

Friday, March 18: The Fate of the Utah Symphony and Opera

Salt Lake City, UT – RadioWest considers the condition of the Utah Symphony and Opera after their 2002 merger. As ticket sales and donations decline, Doug talks with Anne Ewers, Keith Lockhart, Gerald Elias and Kevin McCarthy of the Rand Corporation about the Symphony and Opera's organization, and about the state of the performing arts across the country.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
10:19 am
Thu March 17, 2005

Thursday, March 17: Faithful Transgressions

Salt Lake City, UT – Author Laura L. Bush talks to Doug about her book "Faithful Transgressions in the American West." The book looks at six twentieth-century Mormon women's autobiographies, and the conflict they found between their own writing and the ideas and authority of the Mormon church. (Repeat)

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
2:36 pm
Wed March 16, 2005

Wednesday, March 16: The U's Accommodations Policy

Salt Lake City, UT – Doug explores the University of Utah's new Accommodations Policy with U Professors Katharine Coles and John Morris. He is also joined by Professor Todd Gitlin of Columbia University to look at the broader questions raised about belief and thought on American campuses.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
10:54 am
Tue March 15, 2005

Tuesday, March 15: A Couple of Blaguards

Salt Lake City, UT – A Couple of Blaguards is a two-character comedy with incidental music, created by the brothers Frank McCourt and Malachy McCourt. Like their bestsellers, Angela's Ashes, Tis and A Monk Swimming, A Couple of Blaguards is autobiographical and spans their years growing up in Ireland and their escape to America in search of a better life. Doug is joined by Malachy McCourt and local Irish historian Gary McDonough to talk about what being Irish means in the United States and in Utah. (Repeat)

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10:51 am
Tue March 15, 2005

Mitochondria in Mice Hold Clues to Understanding Diabetes

RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
3:23 pm
Fri March 11, 2005

Monday, March 14: Please Stop Laughing at Me

Salt Lake City, UT – "Please Stop Laughing at Me" is Jodee Blanco's memoir about how she survived bullying. Doug talks to Jodee Blanco about her experience and commitment to help bullying victims.

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RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
1:58 pm
Thu March 10, 2005

Friday, March 11: Actor Michael York

Salt Lake City, UT – Renowned actor Michael York is in Salt Lake City speaking on William Shakespeare and the art of adaptation. He's agreed to join RadioWest in the studio to talk about acting Shakespeare, and about his long and varied career.

Films and Performance Lectures by Michael York are FREE and open to the Public.

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