Tim Henney

Co-host of The Mountain Life.

Ways to Connect

On the program today, author Chuck Newhall brings his story of perseverance in the face of insurmountable odds and offers a guiding hand to others who are facing challenges on the battlefield, boardroom or back at home in a discussion of his book Fearful Odds..

Then we are joined by Barbara Bradley Hagerty. Barbara spent nearly twenty years as a correspondent for NPR and penned the NYT bestselling Fingerprints of God. She’s with us to talk about Midlife, the subject of her new book, Life Reimagined.

  This week on the Mountain Life, we speak with Devoted 2 Children, a Park City based nonprofit that supports an orphanage in Haiti.  There’s a fundraiser on Sunday at the Shop Yoga Studio from 1-3pm – a Family Fun-draiser. 

Then, there’s a new doctor in town, Gastroenterologist Dr. Aga Bednarz.  If you haven’t scheduled a colonoscopy yet, and you’re 50 – now’s the time.

Finally, award winning comedic actress Lauren Weedman on her book, Miss Fortune: Fresh Perspectives on Having it All From Someone Who is Not Okay.

March is National Colon Cancer Awareness Month and we speak first with Megan Czarniecki, a health systems manager for the American Cancer Society. 

Then it’s a look at traffic, congestion and the transformation of New York City by dedicated bus lanes, pedestrian plazas, and bike share. Janette Sadik-Khan, former NYC Transportation Commissioner and Seth Solomonow, media specialist to talk about their book,  Street Fight: Handbook for an Urban Revolution.

First up this morning we are joined by Drew Hardesty and Paul Diegel of the Utah Avalanche Center to talk about the avalanche season, fatalities, side-country and social responsibility. Our second guest is  Karin Carestia, owner of Alpine Apothecary.  She is in studio to talk about her line of skin care - addressing the special needs of sun beaten/wind beaten skin in dry climate at 7,000 feet!   And last,  George Garvin is here to tell us about an event, The 5 Tai Chi Sessions with Master Jesse Tsao in early March.

  In this program, we speak with Chris Spealler of CrossFit Park City about the Mountain Meltdown  on May 7th at the Utah Olympic Park and how it's a fun event for the masses.
Then, a conversation with R. Douglas Fields, neuroscientist, about his book,  Why We Snap:  Understanding the Rage Circuit  in Your Brain.

  Park City Medical Center's  Live Well Center and Physical Therapy Department join Lynn and Tim for the KPCW pledge drive edition of The Mountain Life.

  This morning we are first joined by Jon Henry from the Park City Toastmasters Club to talk about a Taste of Toastmasters workshops coming up on February 13th at the Park City Library. 

Then we talk with Ann Bloomquist and Laurel Bartmess about Park City EATS (Eat Awesome Things at School) when they talk about what's next for revolutionizing the school lunch program - from "ready-to-heat" foods to preparing on-site whole food.

  Part of a healthy lifestyle is knowing how to take care of yourself and how to get the right rehab care when things don’t go so well. Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney speak with several long time physical therapists in Park City.  First, Marlene Hatch and Blair Smith from the Park City Medical Center physical therapy department, join to talk about concussion treatment.

Then, Andrea Terwillegar of Alpine Sports Medicine who joins them to talk about their new location, common skier injuries and some new types of therapy there. 

  Lynn Ware Peek and guest co-host Tim Henney find out how neuroscience, psychology, and quirky nutritional needs makes us choose what we put in our mouths.  They speak with acclaimed food writer  Bee Wilson about the origins of taste and our food habits. She’s written a book just out called First Bite, How We Learn to Eat

  In the first segment of the program Tim and Lynn visit with Sheri Fisher who is a certified Budokon instructor.  Saturday, January 16th, she will present her “Out With the Old in With the New” workshop, a combination of yoga class and Passion Testing at Tadasana yoga for the Park City area community. 

In the second segment,  Colin Beavan, author of No Impact Man talks about his new book, How to be Alive: A Guide to the Kind of Happiness That Helps the World.  Colin talks about what it takes to achieve a successful and satisfying life.  

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