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Record Your Stories with KCPW

KCPW producers will be on hand Friday, November 27th, from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. here in our studio and at The

KCPW is Hiring!

Join our mission-oriented team! KCPW is seeking a full-time Underwriting Sales Account Executive to lead the marketing of on-air program underwriting and

Tune in Sunday Evenings for Jazz Time with Steve Williams

KCPW is pleased to be carving out a space for Steve Williams and jazz music in our broadcast schedule. Tune in on Sundays from

105.3 is now 105.5

If you’re tuning into 105.3, you’ve noticed something is missing… that’s because we’ve moved a notch up on the radio dial. Our

New Weekend Program Schedule

The New Schedule Launched Oct. 12.  With the national cancellations of Wits and  Bob Edwards Weekend, KCPW has made a few changes to its weekend programming.

The Nation 150th Anniversary Speaker Series: Zoë Carpenter (10/1/15)

Zoë Carpenter Topic: Librarians vs. the NSA Zoë Carpenter is The Nation’s Assistant Washington Editor. She has written for Rolling Stone, Guernica,

The Nation 150th Anniversary Speaker Series: John Nichols (9/24/15)

John Nichols Topic: Money in PoliticsJohn Nichols writes about politics for The Nation as its Washington correspondent. He is a contributing writer

The Nation 150th Anniversary Speaker Series: Ari Berman (9/17/15)

Ari Berman Topic: Voting Rights Ari Berman, a contributing writer for The Nation, has written extensively about American politics, foreign policy, and

The Nation 150th Anniversary Speaker Series: Katha Pollitt (9/10/15)

Katha Pollitt Topic: Reproductive Rights Katha Pollitt is well known for her wit and her keen sense of both the ridiculous and

The Nation 150th Anniversary Speaker Series: George Zornick (9/3/15)

George Zornick Topic: The 2016 Presidential Race George Zornick is The Nation’s Washington Editor. He grew up in Buffalo, NY and holds

KCPW Presents: “The Source: The Far Reaches of Utah Water Research”

Utah has some unique water problems but they’re not that unique. Studying water in Utah can tell us a lot about similar

The Nation 150th Anniversary Speaker Series: Mark Hertsgaard (8/27/15)

Mark Hertsgaard Topic: The Environment Mark Hertsgaard, The Nation’s environment correspondent, is an independent journalist and the author of six books that

Trib Talk Live: Salt Lake City Mayoral Debate

The five candidates for Salt Lake City mayor square-off in an hour-long debate on Thursday, July 16, 2015. Incumbent Ralph Becker went

KCPW Presents: “Poaching and Terrorism: The Race to Protect Wildlife and National Security”

The illicit wildlife trade is now worth up to 20 billion dollars a year. That’s double what it was just a few

Thank You!

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KCPW Presents: Reveal for July 2015

In July, Reveal looks at people who get hurt at work and who’s responsible for protecting them: companies, governments and sometimes, the