Salt Lake City, Utah – Next month, a new feature film starring Hilary Swank chronicles the life and mysterious death of aviator Amelia Earhart. More than 70 years after her disappearance flying over the Pacific, Earhart still appeals to the imagination - and Monday, we'll try to get at why. We'll be joined by historian Susan Ware, who says Earhart's charm, spirit and individualism made her a role model then and now.
Sign up for RadioWest Podcasts
Or shop on-line Amazon.com for books and music from today's RadioWest. A portion of your purchase benefits KUER.