RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
4:21 pm
Mon January 31, 2005

Tuesday, February 1: The God Gene

Tuesday, February 1, 2005 – Geneticist Dean Hamer's book "The God Gene" explores how our inclination towards faith is influenced by our genes. Dr. Hamer joins Doug Fabrizio for a conversation that explores an intersection of science and religion. (Repeat)

Purchase a CD of this program

Read more
RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
3:52 pm
Mon January 31, 2005

Monday, January 31: Mutual Dependence Benefits Contract - SB 89

Monday, January 31, 2005 – Utah Senator Greg Bell has introduced the Mutual Dependence Benefits Contracts, which would give some benefits to couples who can't legally marry. The bill will get its final reading in the Senate this morning. RadioWest will talk to Senator Bell as well as supporters and detractors of SB 89.

Read the text of this bill.

Read more
KUER Local News
1:45 pm
Fri January 28, 2005

The Other 'Dance' Film Festivals

Park City, UT – The Sundance Film Festival attracts thousands of people from around the world, and while they're in Park City, they're exposed to the Slamdance, TromaDance, even the 'SchmoozeDance' festivals. Metro Networks Salt Lake City News Bureau Chief Tom Jordan has been to all the alternative 'dance' festivals in Utah and explains to KUER's Dan Bammes just where they fit in.

Read more
KUER Local News
1:41 pm
Fri January 28, 2005

Legislature - Day 11

Salt Lake City, UT – In a committee room packed with health insurance executives and patients, lawmakers took up a controversial bill that would allow consumers to go to any doctor or hospital they choose, even if that doctor or hospital is not part of their insurance network. Senators on Utah's Capitol Hill, meantime, advanced a bill to ban smoking in private clubs. KUER's Jenny Brundin reports

Read more
RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
5:04 pm
Thu January 27, 2005

Thursday, January 27: Sundance: "Frozen Angels" and "The Education of Shelby Knox"

Thursday, January 27, 2005 – RadioWest profiles two documentaries at the Sundance Film Festival. "Frozen Angels" explores the world of human-reproductive technologies. Then, "The Education of Shelby Knox" takes on the question of sex education in America's schools.

Screenings:

"Frozen Angels"
Thursday, January 27, 2:30 p.m., Prospector Square Theatre
Friday, January 28, Midnight, Holiday Village Cinema

Read more
RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
8:52 am
Thu January 27, 2005

Friday, January 28: Jazz Pianist Marcus Roberts

Friday, January 28, 2005 – Doug talks to premiere jazz pianist Marcus Roberts. Roberts will play live piano from the studio, and discuss his career playing with Wynton Marsalis and The Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra.

Read more
RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
10:06 am
Wed January 26, 2005

Wednesday, January 26: Sundance: Films in the West

Wednesday, January 26, 2005 – Radiowest looks at two Sundance film entries set in the West. "Steal Me" and "Who Killed Cock Robin?" Doug also talks to the creator of the short "The Fair."

See these films at Sundance:
Steal Me:
Wednesday, Jaunuary 26, 6:30 p.m., Peery's Egyptian Theater, Ogden

Read more
KUER Local News
9:10 am
Wed January 26, 2005

Legislature - Day 9

Salt Lake CIty, UT – Tuesday on Utah's Capitol Hill, a legislative committee passed a bill targeting repeat drunk drivers. Lawmakers also took up the issue of seat belt use, surrogate parenting and the perennial squabble between banks and credit unions. KUER's Jenny Brundin reports.

Read more
RadioWest (M-F @ 11AM & 7PM)
2:51 pm
Tue January 25, 2005

Tuesday, January 25: Sundance - "New York Doll"

Tuesday, January 25, 2005 – Doug talks to director Greg Whiteley and producer Seth Gordon about their new documentary "New York Doll." It's a funny and touching look at bass player Arthur "Killer" Kane's search for God, happiness and a reunion of the band "New York Dolls."

Read more
KUER Local News
9:24 am
Tue January 25, 2005

Legislature - Day 8

Salt Lake City, UT – On Utah's Capitol Hill Monday, lawmakers took up a number of issues, including legalizing the practice of midwifery, giving parents more power to make medical decisions for their children, and planning for Utah's booming aging population. But first, KUER's Jenny Brundin reports on how final action on whether Utah will accept higher levels of radioactive waste could come later in the legislative session.

Read more

Pages