Join us Saturday, October 25 from 11-1 to take a tour, learn about the station, and meet KCPW staff, board members, and
Democrat Diane Lewis and Republican Earl Tanner debate on October 16, 2014, at the Tanner Building in West Jordan, Utah. Lewis and
Fmr. Lt. Gov. Greg Bell is our special guest centrist, and he gives his take on his old boss’s Healthy Utah plan.
This week we discuss Design Week in the city. We’re joined by Jesse Dean, Director of Urban Development at the Downtown Alliance,
Democrat Christine Passey and Republican Bruce Cutler meet for a debate on October 14, 2014, at Staybridge Suites in Midvale, Utah. Passey
Full audio of a debate from October 14, 2014, between two candidates for Utah’s Fourth Congressional District: Republican Mia Love and Democrat Doug
One of the trends shaping our downtown: people making the choice to live and work in the urban core. We’re joined by
Democrat Jani Iwamoto and Republican Sabrina Petersen debate on October 9, 2014 at Holladay City Hall’s Big Cottonwood Room. Iwamoto and Petersen
We’re in the heart of college football season—and the gang isn’t above a little trash talking. Plus, an airing of grievances on
Full audio of a debate from October 7, 2014, between two candidates for Utah’s Third Congressional District: Republican incumbent, Rep. Jason Chaffetz and Democratic
Today on the show, we review Utah’s distracted driving laws and revisit a Utah ski resort’s big problem with little bugs. All
Today, KCPW’s Ross Chambless speaks to David Fast, lead investigator for Utah’s Adult Protective Services. Studies show that aging adults lose more
Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill says the officer-involved shooting of Dillon Taylor was justified. Incumbent Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes
An ever-delicate balance between Utah’s pristine open spaces and its growing population is a major consideration for planners along the Wasatch Front.
Full audio of the Wednesday, October 1, 2014, debate between Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes (R) and challenger Charles Stormont (D). This
Greg Hughes is back, and so is Mitt Romney! Mitt will be making Utah his permanent home, so what does that mean
Today, we have the second part of Roger’s interview with Ted Bunch, the co-founder and co-director of A Call To Men. (We
In the first of a two-part interview, KCPW’s Roger McDonough sits down with Ted Bunch, co-founder and co-director of A Call To
University of Utah anthropologist Polly Wiessner’s new study suggests ancient humans may have been culturally and socially influenced by the glow of firelight.
On today’s episode, KCPW’s Roger McDonough talks to Richard Heinberg, author of The End of Growth: Adapting to Our New Economic Reality. That
Full audio of a debate from September 25, 2014, between two candidates for Utah’s Second Congressional District: Republican incumbent, Rep. Chris Stewart and
The Salt Lake County Zoo Arts and Parks program began in 1996 and requires renewal by voters. Today on the show we’ll
Listen to 49 episodes of Both Sides of the Aisle, and you get the 50th Greg-free! In lieu of their conservative voice,
Republican Fred Cox and Democrat Mike Lee face off in a debate on September 23, 2014, at the West Valley City Library.
Full audio of a debate from September 23, 2014, between two candidates for Utah’s First Congressional District: Republican incumbent, Rep. Rob Bishop
Two candidates for Salt Lake County council at large debate at the Leonardo in downtown Salt Lake City on September 16, 2014:
A comment on the tragic Saratoga Springs shooting; a statue of a Socialist has been dedicated at Utah’s Capitol building; and Governor
Today on the program we’re joined by Fred Moesinger, Chef-Owner of Caffé Molise in downtown Salt Lake. Moesinger talks about his experience
Midfielder Megan Rapinoe figures to be a major part of the U.S. national team in the coming years. She’s already won a
Governor Herbert has reached a “conceptual” agreement on Healthy Utah, which evokes some unusual metaphorical imagery from Jim. And a federal judge in