Live Broadcasts Archive

The Final Mayoral Debate: Becker vs Biskupski (10/28/15)

The final mayoral debate between incumbent Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker and Jackie Biskupski.   The debate was held in the Nancy

Navigating Utah’s New Election System – A panel discussion sponsored by Real Women Run

A panel discussion on how to navigate the changes to Utah’s political election system since SB-54 and the Count My Vote initiative. 

The Nation 150th Anniversary Speaker Series: Mychal Denzel Smith(10/8/15)

Mychal Denzel Smith Topic: Race & Policing Mychal Denzel Smith is a contributing writer for The Nation. His work on race, politics,

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

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

Trib Talk Live: What Mormon Women Want

Panelists are Ordain Women officer Debra Jenson, Brigham Young University doctoral candidate Mica McGriggs, BYU-Idaho professor Andrea Radke-Moss, historian Barbara Jones Brown

2015 Legislative wrap-up with the Salt Lake Tribune

The 2015 Utah Legislature made history with the success of an LGBT anti-discrimination law, approved a gas tax hike after years of

Trib Talk Live: “Deadly Force: A Community Response to Police Shootings”

Recent officer–involved shootings have spawned public outcry and scrutiny about how police officers are trained, when lethal force is justified and how

UPHE Seminar: Air Pollution and Pregnancy

UPHE Seminar on Air Pollution and Pregnancy which will be simulcast by KCPW.  Six physicians with expertise on how air pollution exposure can adversely affect

UPHE Seminar: How Air Pollution Harms the Brain

Six physicians with expertise on air pollution and neurologic diseases gave a 75 minute presentation to a live audience on the medical research

Live Broadcast: Salt Lake Tribune town hall – the Swallow, Shurtleff scandal (9/10/14)

The Salt Lake Tribune will host a town-hall forum Wednesday about the scandal embroiling former Utah Attorneys General John Swallow and Mark

Who should manage public lands in Utah?

If you missed Wednesday night’s live, Oxford-style debate at the Main Library, you can listen to it here in its entirety (files

NHMU’s Lecture Series Thursday April 24, 2014: “Life At the Speed of Light”

Lecture by J. Craig Venter, Ph.D. In 2010, Dr. Venter and his team at the J. Craig Venter Institute (JCVI) successfully constructed

The Tanner Humanities Center’s Sterling McMurrin Lecture

The Tanner Humanities Center is proud to present the 2014 McMurrin Lecture on Religion and Culture Kathleen Flake Richard L. Bushman Chair

NHMU’s Lecture Series Thursday April 10th: “Exploring Your Genome: How Much Would You Like to Know?”

NHMU Lecture featuring   Dr. Jeffrey Botkin Chief of the Division of Medical Ethics and Humanities   Do you have gene variants

NHMU’s Lecture Series Thursday March 20th: ‘Frankenstein’s Cat’

From the Natural History Museum of Utah’s Lecture Series: Biotechnology has given us a whole new toolbox for tinkering with life and

“Smoke and Mirrors: Fact vs. Fiction about Utah’s air pollution”

  Join KCPW this Thursday at 7 pm for a special live broadcast entitled “Smoke and Mirrors: Fact Vs Fiction about Utah’s

KCPW Presents: “The Future of Genomic Medicine: From Pre-Womb to Tomb”

Join Dr. Eric Topol, Director of Scripps Translational Science Institute, for an exploration of the research and technological frontiers that will one

Town Hall Meeting: “Cleaning Up Utah’s Air”

  A recent Salt Lake Tribune public opinion finds that by a 3-to-1 margin, Utahns are fed up with air pollution. They want policy makers

“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'

10/2/2013: “Clean Air Forum: SLC council candidates debate air quality.”

This special, live broadcast aired on KCPW-FM 88.3 and 105.3 Wednesday, October 2, 2013 at 7 PM. Candidates for Salt Lake City

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.

Dr. June Round Delivers 2013 Nature of Things Lecture

ReDefining Human:  How Microbes Influence Who We Are Humans are home to vast consortium of bacteria that outnumber our own cells by

Health Care Reform: Medicine, Myths, and Realities, a Panel Discussion on the Affordable Care Act

The Affordable Care Act has been hotly debated since it was enacted in March, 2010.  On October 30, a panel discussion featuring

Independent/Third-Party Congressional Candidates Debate Political System at City Library

Five independent and third-party candidates running for the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate offered their thoughts about the U.S. political system