Today, Lynn Ware Peek and Derek Parra first speak with Luke Bodensteiner, two time Olympic Nordic skier and Athletic Director for the US Ski and Snowboard Association. At the bottom of the hour, “Health form the Hood” talks about Mother’s Day. In the second half, Caitlyn Boyle, blogger and the author of the “Healthy Tipping Point”. Caitlyn receives over 800,000 hits a month on her blog, healthytipping point.com.
Linda Jager likes the new film “The Five-Year Engagement” even though the movie seems to be almost as long as the engagement. Here’s Linda with the Friday Film Review.
Today, co-host Beth Fratkin is joined in the studio by guest host Lynn Ware Peek. Their first guest is Karrie Galloway, Executive Director, Planned Parenthood Utah. The second segment features an interview with author RJ Smith. Pam Wylie and John Wells talk to him about his new book “The One: The Life and Music of James Brown”. Finally, Kenji Haroutunian, Vice-President and Show Director of the Outdoor Retailer Show in Salt Lake City.
Today, co-hosts Lynn Ware Peek and Missy Hilton speak with Julie Glusker of Aptitude Academic Services. Julie talks about starting to negotiate the process of college readiness and acceptance. Missy Hilton’s “Health in the Hood” is featured before the interview with Dr. Mark Hyman, author of “The Blood Sugar Solution: The Ultra Healthy Program for Losing Weight, Preventing Disease and Feeling Great Now”.
Today, co-hosts Chris Cherniak and Nell Larsen talk to Barry Bickmore, a professor of geochemistry at BYU, about global warming. Author Richard Louv discusses his latest book, “The Nature Principal: Reconnecting with Life in a Virtual Age”. Download Audio Here
Co-hosts Larry Warren and Doug Wells have an in-depth conversation with local resident Adrian Gostick, co-author of “All In, How the Best Managers Create a Culture of Belief and Drive Big Results”. Next in the studio is Maren Mullen, owner of StyleMar, a personal style and shopping business and GalleryMar, an art Gallery on Main Street. Finally, a conversation with Danny Labrum of Labrum Chevrolet in Heber City, about the current state of the automobile business.
Nell Larson and Chris Cherniak first have a conversation with Larry Levine, Senior Attorney at the National Resources Def. Council, about how the Supreme Court, EPA and the Clean Water Act are all connected to the same topic. Then, Mark Clemens of the Utah Sierra Club regarding their just released environmental scorecard for Utah Legislators.
The movie choices aren’t great during Mud Season, but even then, Mark Harringon says the new film, ‘The Deep Blue Sea’ is a disappointment. Here’s Mark with the Friday Film Review.