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Episode 3: October 24th

The Shutdown’s effect on Jim Matheson, the Utah State Tax Commission’s requirement that married gay couples in Utah must file two state

Tune in Thursdays at 10:30 a.m. for ‘Both Sides of the Aisle’

A lively and local weekly debate featuring voices representing the right, the center, and the left!

Of Meat and Marrow: SB Dance’s Rock Opera Dance Circus – for Halloween

On the show today we preview a new production by Salt Lake’s SB Dance Company. Of Meat and Marrow is billed as

Delving into Design with Robyn Erkelens, Chair of Salt Lake Design Week

How does design affect our daily lives and how can we define what is good design? Salt Lake Design Week Chair Robyn

Episode 2: October 17th

The Shutdown’s effect on Senator Mike Lee, Gov. Herbert’s deal to keep National Parks open, What’s next for John Swallow? Podcast: Play

An In-Depth Look at Salt Lake’s Innovative Bike Share Program

Green Bike, Salt Lake’s bike-share program, has been far more successful than anticipated. We speak today with Ben Bolte, Director of the

Episode 1: October 10th

The Government Shutdown, New Lieutenant Governer, Medicaid Expansion Podcast: Play in new window | Download (19.6MB)

“Are you ready for Obamacare?”

The Affordable Health Care Act is here, but are you ready? This live forum attempts to answer your questions about how 'Obamacare'

August 2013: Mideau

August 2013: Mideau

Thank You!

Our Fall Pledge has ended but you can still make a pledge to help us hit our goal! Click the image(at left)

An Advance Look at Dine O’Round, a Downtown Tradition

Today on the program: Dine O’Round! We look at 17 days of deals at 47 different Salt Lake eateries with restaurateurs Judy

Previewing the Greek Festival with Members of Salt Lake’s Greek Community

Today we get a preview of the Salt Lake Greek Festival, downtown’s oldest and largest ethnic festival, from Jeff Chipian and Alexis

The Rose Exposed: Looking at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center’s Eclectic Event

The Rose Exposed is a two day festival that highlights the array of performers who utilize the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center.

Salt Lake City Transportation Director Robin Hutchinson on Parking in Downtown Salt Lake

Today on the program we have a conversation with Salt Lake City Transportation Director Robin Hutchinson about how parking is managed, and

Salt Lake City Weekly’s John Saltas Talks Main Street, Liquor Laws and a City in Flux

Today on the show, Salt Lake City Weekly founder and publisher John Saltas talks about changes to the city’s downtown since he

Tune in Thursday mornings at 10am for ‘Downtown SLC’

Hosted by Jason Mathis from the Downtown Alliance, ‘Downtown SLC’ is a new half hour show that discusses the people, the places

July 2013: LA Font

July 2013: LA Font

June 2013: Palace of Buddies

June 2013: Palace Of Buddies

KCPW’s Live Town Hall!

Have a question or comment about KCPW’s programming changes? You can call in to our live Town Hall at 801-355-8255, post to

Learn about KCPW’s new shows!

KCPW’s new schedule launched Monday, June 24th.  Read about our new shows below. Click here for a full analysis of our new

KCPW Launches A New Listening Experience!

Click here to download a copy of the press release. Click here to download a copy of the new schedule. Click here

America’s Test Kitchen is coming to KCPW!

KCPW is excited to bring you America’s Test Kitchen from PRX! Airing Wednesdays at Noon and Saturday mornings at 8am! America’s Test

Palace of Buddies is June’s featured SFL Artist!

June’s Featured band is Salt Lake’s insanely creative Lo-fi Duo, Palace of Buddies.

Tune in Weekdays at 5pm for The Rundown!

Tune in at 5pm every weekday for a live exploration of local news and issues with Roger McDonough. The Rundown is a

New Website

Welcome to KCPW’s new and improved website! Let us know what you think.

May 2013: Steve Lyman Trio

KCPW’s Sounds From The Lounge features local and national bands playing in our member lounge at KCPW’s Library Square studios. May 2013:

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Legislative Interim Committees are on Capitol Hill today deciding how to implement laws they passed last session and what new legislation to

Thank You!

Thank you for supporting us during the 2013 spring pledge drive!

April 2013: Bronco

KCPW’s Sounds From The Lounge features local and national bands playing in our member lounge at KCPW’s Library Square studios. April 2013:

Dr. Brian Hare delivers final Nature of Things lecture for 2013 series

The only way to understand what it is to be human is to know what it is like to be not human.