Public Affairs Hour
Larry Warren and Linda Gorton talk with Jeff Fox, Technology Editor from Consumer Reports magazine and Jackson Loosiya, co-host of BBC’s Big Cat Diaries.
Topics for our show include the advantages of sending your college student to Utah Valley University – Wasatch Campus, Acme Threadware, and how Dr. Jack Brittain helped make the University of Utah “The Nation’s #1 University for Developing Start-Up Companies”. Click here to download audio
Linda Gorton and Pam Wylie interview On the Media’s Brooke Gladstone and illustrator Josh Neufeld about their new book, Influencing the Media. Then, Pam talks to filmmakers Robert Eidschun, Alexander Tuschinski, and Christopher Allport about the recent Park City Film Music Festival. Public Affairs Hour – Community Voices – June 2 2011
Amphibians and the shocking truth about who really owns your favorite natural food companies, just a few of the topics on this episode of KPCW’s This Green Earth. Click on the image to access the full post, loaded with links, etc.
Click on the image to visit the This Green Earth page and have a look at Katie’s new Crane Cam. It’s a live feed from a Sandhill Crane nest at Swaner Preserve and Eco Center at Kimbal Junction.
Senator Bob Bennett joined Larry Warren and Linda Gorton for another edition of KPCW’s Community Voices. Click on the image or headline to access the full post, including details on guests, topics and audio from the show.
Narcissism, adrenal dysfunction….sounds like another episode of KPCW’s The Mountain Life. Click on the image or headline to access the full article with details on guests, topics and audio from this episode.
More economic forecasting with Jon McKeon, entrepreneur Rebecca Morgan and a new partnership between the St. Regis and Red Ledges are the topics on this edition of KPCW’s Mountain Money. Click on the image or headline for details about guests, topics and audio from the show.
Some of the most ingenious ways to retain employees in an organization can really be the simplest. In our continuing series, Tales from the Wasatch Back, writer Lynn Ware Peek finds how her company does it…in a surprising way. Click on the image or headline for text from the story as well as audio.
An author’s struggles with dyslexia and an interview with the former Chancellor of the Washington D.C. area schools, Michelle Rhee are featured on this episode of Community Voices. Click on the image or headline for additional details on the guests, topics and audio from the show.