Radio West celebrates National Poetry month with Rebekah Presson Mosby. Mosby is co-editor of "Poetry Speaks," an anthology of masterpieces that includes recordings of poets from Tennyson to Plath, reading their own works.
After the September 11th terrorist attacks, more than 5,000 Arab or Muslim immigrants were taken into custody by the U.S. Justice Department and held indefinitely on the grounds of national security. "Persons of Interest" is a film that details some of those detentions.
Ambassador David Malone, Canada's Ambassador to the United Nation and since 1998 the President of the International Peace Academy is talking to Doug about his life and work. Malone is being brought here by the MiddleEast Center at the University of Utah. He is to speak on the role of the UN and Peacekeeping in the MiddleEast.
Salt Lake City, UT – Listen to the showDoug Fabrizio interviews the actors and the Director of Salt Lake Acting Company's play, "The Goat or, Who is Slyvia?" by Edward Albee. The play, which opens Friday April 9th, won a Tony Award.