Lynn and Tim talk with Tom Diegel of the Wasatch Backcountry alliance, also a conversation about the Longest Date (that would be called marriage) with NY Times bestseller and writer for Modern Family and Sex in the City, Cindy Chupack. Then they’ll discuss the connection between - strangely enough, alcoholism and good writing, The Trip to Echo Spring, by Olivia Laing.
The cold weather and snow depths can be a challenge for Utah's mule deer population. But according to a DWR official monitoring the herds, you're not doing the animals any favors by feeding them. Rick Brough has more.
On today's show, Chris and Nell speak with Craig Stevens, author of the book "Is Renewable Really Doable? Exploring Clean Energy's Opportunities and Tough Realities". They also cover several items in the news including the growing demand being placed on the Colorado River.
Today's first guest is Katherine Bell, Editor of the Harvard Review Blog Network and author of "The Ideas that Shaped Management in 2013". The next guest is Patty Harte, managing director of Institutional Services for TIAA-CREF, a leading financial services provider. Finally, Kreg Van Stralen, owner of Park City Broiler.
Today's first guest is Randall Irmis, Paleontology Curator at the Natural History Museum of Utah, explains why the "tiny stuff matters". Then, Brian Hare, dog researcher, evolutionary anthropologist and founder of the Duke Canine Cognition Center, and Vanessa Woods offer revolutionary new insights into dog intelligence and the interior lives of our smartest pets.
These interviews originally aired October 31, 2013.
Senior Hydrologist Brian McInerney with the National Weather Service joins host Chris Cherniak to talk about local weather patterns and global climate issues. Chris also gives an update on the ongoing bald eagle deaths occurring in northern Utah.
Larry welcomes guest host, John Wells to the show today. Their first guest is Gary Williams, author of "The Art Of Retirement". Then, Melissa Garland, owner of Tadasana Yoga Studio, which offers Hot Yoga and Power Vinyasa. To finish the hour, Meryl Van Der Merwe, chef at Du Monde Gourmet Kitchen.
It's a Burdick Family Fun Friday, as John's Mom, Kathleen and Sister, Megan are in the studio, to share holiday greetings and family Christmas stories. We also extend the holiday "spirits" with bartender, Casey Metzger.
John and Lynn talk with Bruce Bugbee, Director of the Plant Physiology Laboratory at Utah State University. USU has flown more experiments in space than any other university in the world. Also, a conversation with Guy Harrison, author of "Think: Why You Should Question Everything".