RadioWest A show for the wildly curious. Doug Fabrizio explores the world through in-depth conversations with writers, filmmakers, scientists, thinkers and others. From KUER in Salt Lake City. Listen to the podcast or tune in Fridays from 11 to 1 p.m.
RadioWest

RadioWest

From KUER 90.1

A show for the wildly curious. Doug Fabrizio explores the world through in-depth conversations with writers, filmmakers, scientists, thinkers and others. From KUER in Salt Lake City. Listen to the podcast or tune in Fridays from 11 to 1 p.m.

Most Recent Episodes

Remembering James "The Amazing" Randi

This week, the world lost James "The Amazing" Randi, who died at the age of 92 on Oct. 20. Randi was a renowned magician and escape artist, but, as we learned in 2014, he couldn't abide charlatans.

Director Daniel Lombroso Goes Inside The Racist Right

According to a recent intelligence report , white nationalists pose the gravest terror threat in the United States. A new documentary from The Atlantic goes inside the movement to expose the roots of its ideas and how they have reshaped the course of the country.

Will Utah's Young People Vote In 2020?

We've heard for years that no matter how passionate young voters may speak about politics, they don't turn out in significant numbers on Election Day.

Through The Lens: 'All In: The Fight For Democracy'

In 1789, when General George Washington became the first president of the newly minted United States of America, 6% of the population was eligible to vote.

Breaking Down The 2020 Utah Ballot

Ballots began arriving in mailboxes across the state this week, giving Utahns the chance to weigh in on one of the most pivotal presidential elections in modern memory — but that's not the only important decision confronting local voters this year.

Podcast Extra: Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks

"A free society is a moral achievement," Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks wrote in the preface to his most recent book. But, he says, it's a truth that many people have forgotten, ignored or denied.

Writer Bill Buford's French Odyssey

The writer Bill Buford wanted to learn the secrets of French haute cuisine. So, he went native. Buford and his family moved to Lyon, France, where he undertook a rigorous, enlightening and delectable education.

Riots, Race And Rumors In Utah, 1965

As members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints prepared for General Conference in October of 1965, northern Utah was on high alert.

Guy Raz Wants You To Fail (And Then Succeed)

If you want to bring something new into the world, you'll have to fail a few times along the way. The public radio journalist Guy Raz says failure breeds resilience.

What Trump Really Says About Religious Conservatives

In speeches and interviews, President Donald Trump plays a champion of conservative religious values. But according to McKay Coppins' recent Atlantic article , behind closed doors, Trump's "comments about religion are marked by cynicism and contempt."

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