RadioWest Friday Doug Fabrizio explores local topics and life in the West in conversations with artists, thinkers, policymakers and others from around Utah. RadioWest Friday is the first hour of the show's two-hour weekly broadcast on KUER in Salt Lake City. To hear the second hour of RadioWest, go to RadioWest.org or subscribe. A show for the wildly curious about Utah.
RadioWest Friday

RadioWest Friday

From KUER 90.1

Doug Fabrizio explores local topics and life in the West in conversations with artists, thinkers, policymakers and others from around Utah. RadioWest Friday is the first hour of the show's two-hour weekly broadcast on KUER in Salt Lake City. To hear the second hour of RadioWest, go to RadioWest.org or subscribe. A show for the wildly curious about Utah.

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