In this edition of Mountain Money Larry and Tim welcome Tensie Homan, author of Beat the Exit Bubble: The Ultimate Guide for Exiting Your Business. Then on the show Robert Spendlove, an Economist from Zions Bank is on to discuss the local economic outlook for 2015 and the housing market. Finally Bill Brunson, Media Relations Officer for IRS talks about end of year tax tips.
In this edition of The Morning Mix, hosts John Wells and Peg Ijams welcome singer Sherry Call who performs live in Studio. Then it's KPCW General Manager Larry Warren. The Hack Attack is on also on plus a ton of ideas for the weekend.
In this edition Of Cool Science Radio, hosts Lynn Ware Peek and John Wells speak withEric Eide, University of Utah research assistant professor of computer science. Then it's Cory Doctorow, author of: Information Doesn’t Want to be Free.
On The Mountain Life, Tim and Lynn speak with Jennifer Mulholland of Health Happy Human beings. She’ll join us to preview the winter solstice celebration coming up this Sunday.
Then, a conversation with Peter Metcalf, founder and CEO of outdoor gear company, Black Diamond, and the former outspoken head of the Utah Outdoor retailers association. As a follow up to the last week’s interview of state representative Kraig Powell who supports the Utah Land Grab, we’ll hear the other side from a well-respected local voice.
In this edition of This Green Earth hosts Chris and Nell first speak with Dan Fagin, author of the Pulitzer Prize winning book "Toms River", a true account of a chemical company that first brings jobs, then a Superfund Site, then a cancer cluster to Toms River, New Jersey. After that, they speak with Rachel Otto, Executive Director for Breathe Utah, an air quality advocacy group. Rachel talks about the states recent proposal to ban the use of wood burning fireplaces along the Wasatch Front from November to March.
In this edition of Mountain Money hosts Larry Warren and Doug Wells welcome Bassam Salem, CEO of Maritz CX a customer experience company. Then it's in studio guest Sunny Washington, who is the President of Ardusat, an education technology company.
In this edition of The Morning Mix hosts John Wells and Peg Ijams welcome jazz singer Ginger Bess. Then it's Erica Hanson to talk about the Hogle Zoo Lights Festival, and David Jensen from Habitat. Finally Peter Breinholt and David Tolk round out the hour with some great music.
In this edition of Cool Science Radio John and Lynn speak with behavioral scientist and widely read expert on motivation, Daniel Pink. He the author of Drive and To Sell is Human, and he’s back as the host of the series Crowd Control from National Geographic Channel.
In this edition of The Mountain Life hosts Lynn and Tim speak with Edy McConnell, who always has something interesting to say and share. In her writing workshops and yoga teaching she expands her audience, sparks curiosity and energizes creativity.
Then Sue Aikens. She's one of the subjects of the National Geographic Channel series: Life Below Zero. Sue is as tough as the grizzly bear that attacked her and left her for dead several years ago. She talks about how and why she survived and what life is like Below Zero..
In this edition of This Green Earth Chris and Nell first speak with award-winning author and conservationist Laura Pritchett. Her most recent book is "Stars Go Blue". After that, they speak with Zach Frankel, Executive Director of Utah Rivers Council, about the impact tar sands and oil shale development will have on the Colorado River Basin.