Reed Albergotti and Vanessa O’Connell, both Wall Street Journal reporters who wrote on the Lance Armstrong doping scandal as it was breaking, talk about their just released new book: “Wheelmen: Lance Armstrong, the Tour de France, and the Greatest Sports Conspiracy Ever.” Then Jake Hutchinson, Avalanche Safety Expert joined to talk about snow science and snow safety. Finally, a conversation with Patty Chang Anker about her book, “Some Nerve: Lessons Learned While Becoming Brave."
Today in the program, we’ll talk comedy with Park City’s own Stacy Dymalski and Tony Oros, who have banded together in a new comedy act called Dueling Cheeses. Then we will speak with Shawnie and Travis Bray, directors of a new foundation that has just surfaced in Park City. This is about Hereditary Colon Cancer and a fundraiser that features a 21 day commitment that every one of us can participate in. Then Dr. Brad Lester of Mtn Sage Natural Health about how naturopathic medicine has been brought into the national spotlight.
Today in the program we are talking about where religion and spiritualtiy cross paths with Rick Earnst of the Park City Community Church. Then, a philosophical conundrum...The Trolley Problem. Or Would you Throw the Fat Guy off the Bridge? This is a conversation with the NY times bestselling author, Thomas Cathcart about what determines our ethical decisions. Then a conversation about the most essential components to life…water. We’ll be joined by Zach Frankel, executive director of the Utah Rivers council about what real conservation means.
Today's show starts out with Matthew Kohut, co-author, with John Neffinger of "Compelling People: Hidden Qualities that Make Us Influential". Then, a talk about "Up Your Score: ATC"." A book by Chris Arp,on how to outsmart the ACT.
Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney speak with Peter Koch, who owns a calf ranch and organic almond orchard in central California. Then, Grandmother Mona Polacca, one of the 13 on the distinguished worldwide grandmothers council.
Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney first talk to Scott Kelly of Rebound Health and Performance Center about gluten sensitivity. Then, Andy Dammon, Director of resort activities, Compass outdoor program at Montage. Finally, Hienrich Deters, trails coordinator and Bob Kohler, special events Park City Chamber, tell about the Tour of Utah coming through Park City this weekend.
Hosts Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney find out the benefits of human ordinariness, especially as a antidote to the culture of overachievement, with David McRaney, author of You Are Now Less Dumb. Next, they'll travel with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Philip Caputo, whose new book just came out: The Longest Road: Overland in Search of Americas, from Key West to the Arctic Circle.
Today, Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney open the show with Katie Mullaly and Doug Jepperson, owner of Park City Karate, who discuss the health effects of karate. Then, NBC investigative journalist, Bob Sullivan talks about his book, "The Plateau Effect: Getting From Stuck To Success".
The Mountain Life is sponsored in part by the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation and Park City Clinic.
Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney speak with Dr. Abraham Morgenthaler, a urologist who specializes in male reproductive and sexual health. His book is "Why Men Fake It: The Totally Unexpected truth About Men and Sex". Next guest is Meredith Lavitt of Sundance Institute CEO of the Utah Food Bank and Rich West, CEO of YMCA of Northern Utah, who speak about Hunger in Utah. Finally, Peter Hoffmeister, author of "Let Them Be Eaten by Bears, A Fearless Guide to Taking Our Kids Into The Great Outdoors".