Co-hosts Larry Warren and Beth Fratkin first talk with David Wessel, author of “Red Ink: Inside the High Stakes Politics of the Federal Budget”, a topic that is fiercely debated in congress and in the media. The second half of the show features Sean Lawson, an Assistant Professor at the University of Utah, who focuses on the relationships among science, technology and the development of military theory and discourse.
Today on Community Voices, KPCW’s Larry Warren and Beth Fratkin interview Pulitzer Prize winner Amanda Bennett. Our second guest is Greg Smith, Senior Researcher for Pew Research Center’s Forum on Religion and Public Life.
Today on Community Voices, Larry Warren and Beth Fratkin interview Anthony Curto, author of The Time For Justice: How the Excesses of Time Have Broken Our Civil Justice System. Our second guest is Greg Hanscom, author of “Can the outdoor gear industry wield its power for conservation?” In last week’s High Country News.
Cheryl Strayed is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the memoir WILD, and she’s our first guest on Community Voices. Our second guest is Roger Altizer – Director of Game Design and Production at the University of Utah.
KPCW’s Larry Warren and Beth Fratkin interview Peter Metcalf about his decision to resign from the Governor’s Ski and Snowboard Industry. The second guest of the show is Nancy Green, Producer of Martha Hughes Cannon.
KPCW’s Larry Warren and Beth Fratkin interview Paul Rolly who writes a political column for the Salt Lake Tribune. For their second guest, they interview Dr. Michaeal Fratkin who is Board Certified in hospice care.
This hour is devoted to the affordable Health Care Act. KPCW’s Larry Warren and Beth Fratkin first interview Wayne McCormack Professor of the SJ Quinney Law School of the University of Utah. The second guest of the show is Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff. Our last guest is Maryann Martindale, Executive Director of Alliance for a Better Utah.
KPCW’s Larry Warren and Beth Fratkin interview author Frederick Harris, professor of political science and director of the Institute for research in African-American Studies at Columbia University, about his book, “The Price of the Ticket: Barack Obama and the Rise and Decline of Black Politics”. In the second half of the show, Vice Dean and Professor of Law at the University of Arizona, Marc Miller, discusses Monday’s Supreme Court ruling on Arizona’s 2010 Immigration Law.
Hosts Larry Warren and Beth Fratkin open today’s show with author Stephanie Coontz, “A Strange Stirring: The Feminine Mystique and American Women at the Dawn of the 1960′s”. Then, Amanda Padoan, co-author of “Buried in the Sky: The Extraordinary Story of the Sherpa Climbers on K2′s Deadliest Day”. Finally, Kathy Jo Pollock, US Forest Service, Kamas District, reports on the conditions in the Uinta’s.
Hosts Larry Warren and Beth Fratkin talk with Bob Zorn, author of Cemetery John: The Undiscovered Mastermind of the Lindbergh Kidnapping. Then, in the studio, Kristen Decker, who tells of her life in “Fifty Years in Polygamy: Big Secrets and Little White Lies”. She is now the president of the Hope Organization. Finally, Steve Conlin, who began making and selling Five Wives Vodka which was banned in Idaho. After the story went world wide, Idaho has since backed down.