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.
Today's guests include Mike Kilchenstein of RAMP Sports, who talks about the unveiling of the YETI. Then, a conversation with Cindy McGill, dream interpreter, who is at events like the Olympics, Sundance Film Festivcal and Burning Man.
Sailors Rob Windsor and Hannah Jenner are on the first half of show talking about the Transat Jacque Vabre race, a 5,600 miles sail from Le Havre, France to Itajai, Brazil. Then Kenner Kingston, an architect and partner at the firm of Architectural Nexus, on to talk about the Living Building Challenge.
On today's program, Jane Clark, editor from "Kiplinger Reports", talks about "The Family Money Talk You Must Have: Your adult kids should know about your finances-and what they can expect". Next, in the studio, Marti Wymer, owner of A Spoonful of Comfort", who ship comfort food products. Finally, Brad Casper, owner of Dr. Phone Fix. This is a one stop shop in Park City for cell phone repairs.
Today, John Wells welcomes guest host Chris Cherniak. Their first guest is Randy Lewis, USTAR Professor at Utah State University. He talks about how spider silk proteins may form artificial ligaments. Then, Aaron Tilton, President and CEO of Blue Castle Holdings, who served as Vice Chair of the Board for Americans for American Energy.