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Utah NOW

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  • Utah NOW. April 11th, 2008: Polygamy Raids.

    Utah NOW explores the latest development in the evolving issue of polygamy. Comparing the recent raids of a Fundamentalist community in Texas with the raids on Short Creek in 1953 helps explain what's new, what it means, and what's next.

    Length: 00:27:07
  • Utah NOW. April 13, 2007.

    This episode of Utah Now profiles a new series on PBS that explores the challenges confronting the country and the world in the years after 9-11. We'll take on some of the questions at the heart of the series - just what has the war on terror meant for America's sense of purpose and identity?

    Length: 00:26:24
  • Utah NOW. April 18, 2008: Payday Loans.

    In this episode, we're exploring the high-cost debt industry in Utah. In particular, we're focusing on payday lenders who have found a niche in places where there are a high number of working poor, minorities and elderly. Some say this trend is changing the culture and the assumptions we hold about borrowing money. We'll ask if these lenders are providing a needed service or exploiting the most vulnerable people in society.

    Length: 00:26:58
  • Utah NOW. April 25, 2008: Utah Liquor Laws.

    Along with snow or maybe polygamy, Utah's liquor laws are right up there with the characteristics outsiders associate with the state. But have you ever wondered where they came from or how we got to this point? In this episode of UTAH NOW we're talking about the history and logic of Utah's liquor laws and the current effort to reform them.

    Length: 00:00:27
  • Utah NOW. April 4th, 2008: "The Eyes of Babylon".

    In the one-man play he's written about his experience as a gay Marine serving in Iraq, Jeff Key explains he couldn't reconcile the reasons he had joined the military with the justification for what he came to believe was an immoral war. Key's one-man play "The Eyes of Babylon" is opened April 2008 in Salt Lake City. He'll join us to talk about it on Utah NOW.

    Length: 00:26:26
  • Utah NOW. April 6, 2007.

    For some, Sunday is a day of worship. For others the day is less about devotion as a day off. This week on Utah NOW we're talking about Sunday; how people have observed it over time and just what the day has become, today. She's a household name in the extreme ski industry, and he's the CEO and president of a successful financial firm. Kristen Ulmer and Kent Cannon spend their Sundays quite differently, but what do their Sundays reflect about the day as a whole?

    Length: 00:26:54
  • Utah NOW. August 15th, 2008: Massacre at Mountain Meadows Part 1.

    After more than six years of research, three Mormon historians have now published their long-awaited book on the Mountain Meadows Massacre. In 1857, one hundred and twenty members of a wagon train were murdered in an upland meadow in southern Utah. In this Utah NOW, the authors will join us to talk about the questions they've answered and those that remain.

    Length: 00:00:26
  • Utah NOW. August 17, 2007: Mine Safety.

    This week on Utah NOW--as people in Central Utah cling to the hope that six trapped miners are still alive, we're talking about the safety in a coal mine. It's an evolving story about standards, working conditions and the culture of an industry where there have always been risks.

    Length: 00:20:28
  • Utah NOW. August 22nd, 2008: Massacre at Mountain Meadows Part 2.

    After more than six years of research, three Mormon historians have now published their long-awaited book on the Mountain Meadows Massacre. In 1857, one hundred and twenty members of a wagon train were murdered in an upland meadow in southern Utah. In this Utah NOW, the authors will join us to talk about the questions they've answered and those that remain.

    Length: 00:27:05
  • Utah NOW. August 31, 2007: Ken Burns' "The War" Part 1.

    This week on Utah NOW--we begin a series of conversations with the filmmaker and master storyteller Ken Burns. From "The Civil War" to "Jazz" - from "Baseball" to his upcoming film on World War II; Burns' work has a breathtaking reach. But at its core, you'll find the American experiment expressed in a story.

    Length: 00:26:03
  • Utah NOW. August 8th, 2008: Ralph Nader.

    He is a consumer advocate, lawyer, author, and has been named by Time Magazine as one of the 100 Most Influential Americans in the Twentieth Century. For over four decades he has exposed problems and organized millions of citizens into more than 100 public interest groups to advocate for solutions. In this Utah NOW, a conversation with Ralph Nader. Throughout his career the controversial candidate and consumer advocate has tormented corporate America and the country's political establishment. But like him or not, there is no denying his influence on American public life.

    Length: 00:26:58
  • Utah NOW. December 14th, 2007: What's Religion's Role in Government?

    Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney was actually trying to resolve questions in his recent speech on religion. Instead, he may have raised more. This week on Utah NOW we're exploring some of those questions. Among them, does freedom really require religion? And in a so-called enlightened 21st century, is our political system still rife with religious bigotry?

    Length: 00:26:37
  • Utah NOW. December 15, 2006.

    Months after promising to release its financial records, Real Salt Lake has finally given the public a glimpse at its plans for building a new stadium in Sandy, Utah - but the blueprint is raising even more questions. This week on Utah NOW we're asking, what's next in the effort to keep professional soccer in Utah?

    Length: 00:26:55
  • Utah NOW. December 21st, 2007: Sissel.

    It's not often we talk to international superstars on the program, but this week on Utah NOW the singer Sissel is with us. Last Christmas she caused a sensation when she sang with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. We'll talk about music and the inspiration she draws from her native Norway.

    Length: 00:25:49
  • Utah NOW. December 22, 2006.

    Over the centuries believers and artists have always come up with their own take on the image of Jesus Christ - from stern judge to serene shepherd. This week on Utah NOW we'll talk about how and why those images have changed and explore the relationship between art and devotion. Studio guests include Pastor Tim Dahlin, director of the Christian Center of Park City, and Richard Holzapfel of BYU's Religious Studies Department.

    Length: 00:26:51
  • Utah NOW. December 28th, 2007: Who is Patrick Byrne?

    This week on Utah NOW - Patrick Byrne is with us. He's still taking heat for comments he made in the debate over school vouchers. He was the principle financial backer for the effort to pass the referendum. But that's only one of the causes he's willing to fight for. Call him a visionary or a provocateur - either way - he's determined to have his say.

    Length: 00:26:57
  • Utah NOW. December 29, 2006.

    In Utah it is odd to find a Democrat on the top of the heap, but when the new Congress gathers in January, Jim Matheson and his party will find themselves back in charge. This week on Utah NOW, the congressman will join us to reflect on the issues of the last year and what may be the biggest story of 2006 - the transition of power.

    Length: 00:26:48
  • Utah NOW. February 15th, 2008: Immigration Legislation.

    It wasn't so long ago that Utah lawmakers created a progressive series of policies designed to accommodate the reality of illegal immigrants in the state. But now legislators are having second thoughts. This week on Utah NOW we are exploring the latest in the debate of illegal immigration and asking how you balance the rule of law with compassion.

    Length: 00:27:07
  • Utah NOW. February 16, 2007.

    On Tuesday, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney made it official-he's running for President of the United States. Whether he likes it or not, his Mormon religion is going to be a factor in the campaign. This week on Utah NOW, we're going to be exploring Romney's candidacy and the role of religion in presidential politics.

    Length: 00:26:46
  • Utah NOW. February 1st, 2008: Remembering Gordon B. Hinckley.

    This week on Utah NOW - we'll remember Gordon B. Hinckley, one of the most influential presidents in the history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Hinckley directed an era of unprecedented growth and openness for his church. We'll talk about his life, his gifts as a leader and the future challenges for the faith without him.

    Length: 00:26:59
  • Utah NOW. February 2, 2007.

    Doris Baizley's new play, "SEXSTING" which has just opened at the Salt Lake Acting Company, is more than a simple indictment of an internet predator. This week on Utah NOW we're talking about the questions of ethics and privacy in an effort to police the relationships of a virtual world.

    Length: 00:26:30
  • Utah NOW. February 23, 2007.

    The Utah artist Brian Kershisnik's work has been described as a journey of exploration. From his vantage point in rural Utah, Kershisnik finds forms for the elements of the life he sees around him. This week on Utah NOW we're profiling Brian's vision for life and art.

    Length: 00:26:46
  • Utah NOW. February 9, 2007.

    With a $1.6 billion budget surplus, Utah Lawmakers are in a position to reform Utah's public education system, but what exactly does that mean? This week on Utah NOW we're asking what it's really going to take in money and political will to make fundamental change.

    Length: 00:27:19
  • Utah NOW. Governor's News Conference. May 2008.

    Utah NOW presents The Governor's Monthly News Conference, an unedited exchange between reporters and Governor Jon M. Huntsman, Jr. The Governor speaks in depth about gasoline prices by addressing how it affects the state budget and future planning. He also speaks extensively on reforming Utah's liquor laws and answers questions about Right-To-Carry Gun permits, how international trade agreements help Utah, and the political campaigns of Presidential Nominee John McCain and Utah Third District Congressional candidate Jason Chaffetz, his former Chief of Staff.

    Length: 00:26:50
  • Utah NOW. Governor's News Conference. September 28, 2007.

    This week Utah NOW presents the Governor's Monthly News Conference. Governor Jon M. Huntsman Jr. responds to criticism about his seeming lack of public support for school vouchers, the cost of expansion for the Utah prison system, and the lack of communication between the Federal and State investigations of the Crandall Canyon Mine tragedy. Governor Huntsman also discusses the United Way's recent healthcare proposal and its associated mandates, answers questions regarding polygamy after the decision in the Warren Jeffs case, and highlights his outlook on the 2008 Utah state budget.

    Length: 00:26:50
  • Utah NOW. January 11th, 2008: Anti-Mormon Bigotry.

    This week on Utah NOW - Has Mitt Romney's presidential campaign unmasked a subtle form of religious bigotry in American culture? Take the question further by bringing it back home - is there a sentiment of anti-Mormon intolerance here in the capitol of Mormonism?

    Length: 00:27:00
  • Utah NOW. January 12, 2007.

    In 1970 Angela Davis was on the FBI's most wanted list, more than three decades later she remains a vocal witness to the struggle for civil rights. This week on Utah Now, Davis will join us to discuss the legacy and the current condition of social justice in America.

    Length: 00:25:49
  • Utah NOW. January 19, 2007.

    The 2007 Legislative Session opened this week, and as in years past the theme for this year will be education. Legislators have a huge chunk of money to work with-but it's never that simple. This week on Utah NOW we'll look at the issues, the players and the money on Capitol Hill.

    Length: 00:26:48
  • Utah NOW. January 2nd, 2009: Year in Review.

    In this episode, we're looking back at 2008. We'll be joined by political cartoonist Pat Bagley, along with X-96's Bill Allred, The Salt Lake Tribune's Rebecca Walsh, Richard Piatt from KSL and Kirk Jowers, Director of the Hinckley Institute of Politics to talk about the highlights and the characters who made '08 one of the most interesting years - in years.

    Length: 00:26:38
  • Utah NOW. January 5, 2007.

    It was one particular incident that prompted Holly Mullen to resign from the Salt Lake Tribune recently, but at the heart of it is a broader concern for trends she sees in the newspaper industry. This week on Utah NOW, a conversation about the future of newspapers in a changing media universe.

    Length: 00:26:54
  • Utah NOW. July 11th, 2008: Moab and the New West.

    Utah NOW profiles Moab as a community and as a model for the "new west." Environmentalists had hoped the city would be a new economic model for the rural American West, that it would shift away from industries like mining and cattle and instead use as its centerpiece the beauty of the land and its remarkable terrain. A few decades into this experiment and we'll see how it's working out.

    Length: 00:28:02
  • Utah NOW. July 13, 2007: Scorched Earth and Beyond.

    Dozens of fires are racing through the West this summer. In Utah, the state's largest wildfire ever continues to burn. This week on Utah NOW, we're talking about wildfire; about the efforts to fight them and understand them, and the long-term consequences for the Western landscape.

    Length: 00:26:35
  • Utah NOW. July 18th, 2008: Monet to Picasso.

    The pictures that changed the world of art forever. Utah NOW profiles the blockbuster exhibition that opened at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts in the summer of 2008.? It's a collection of masterworks from names like Picasso, Van Gogh and Monet.?We'll talk about the art, about the movement it began and the story of its creation.

    Length: 00:26:27
  • Utah NOW. July 20, 2007: Pioneer Past.

    This week on Utah NOW--as the state prepares to celebrate its pioneer history, we're talking about the legacy of Utah's early settlers in the artifacts they left behind. What did their houses, buildings and furniture tell us about their lives and their communities? And what are the challenges to preserving this history?

    Length: 00:26:40
  • Utah NOW. July 25th, 2008: The American Road Trip.

    Utah NOW meets with historian Susan Sessions Rugh, author of "Are We There Yet?" In her new book, Rugh traces the evolution of the family vacation from its beginnings in the forties to it's decline in the seventies. We'll talk about the changing patterns of family life and the tradition of the American road trip.

    Length: 00:27:56
  • Utah NOW. July 27, 2007: Ron Carlson.

    This week on Utah NOW writer and former Utahn, Ron Carlson. Here's the set-up for his first novel in years. Three men gather in southern Idaho to build a giant ramp for a motorcycle stunt on a reality TV program.

    Length: 00:27:01
  • Utah NOW. July 6, 2007: Senator Bob Bennett.

    This week on Utah NOW, a conversation with Utah senator, Bob Bennett. With a war raging, partisan conflicts intensifying and the presidential race in full swing, there's plenty to talk about.

    Length: 00:26:46
  • Utah NOW. June 1, 2007.

    Former Utah Jazz player John Amaechi has written a remarkable memoir - it's about his struggle to become a professional athlete and to protect the secret he was convinced would end his career - that he's gay... This year Amaechi is the Grand Marshal for Utah's Pride parade and events. In this edition of Utah NOW we talk with John Amaechi...about Pride Days, his time spent in Utah, and his career as an NBA player.

    Length: 00:25:08
  • Utah NOW. June 13, 2008: Third District Primary.

    Utah Congressman Chris Cannon has another primary battle on his hands. This has become a regular occurrence in the 3rd District. Cannon and his Republican challenger Jason Chaffetz will join Utah NOW to talk about the issues in the race including the war, the economy and immigration.

    Length: 00:26:51
  • Utah NOW. June 15, 2007.

    In Washington, President Bush is still hoping to revive legislation that would reform the country's immigration laws. This week on Utah NOW, we'll take up one part of the ongoing debate--the relationship between immigration and business. What are consequences of the dispute on Utah's economy, industry and consumers?

    Length: 00:26:20
  • Utah NOW. June 29, 2007: What are the barriers to health care?

    In his new documentary, "SICKO," the controversial filmmaker, Michael Moore, poses an intriguing question: Why doesn't every American have access to health care? We'll look at the barriers and talk about the possibilities for change.

    Length: 00:26:46
  • Utah NOW. June 8, 2007.

    This week the Utah NOW team travels down to Spring City for an on-location edition of Utah NOW. Years ago the interstate bypassed Spring City here in Sanpete County, which didn't do much for the economy, but it did preserve the authentic character and the buildings of this pioneer settlement. This week on Utah NOW we're profiling this unique community. We're talking about its art, its history, and its challenges for the future.

    Length: 00:26:29
  • Utah NOW: Makers - Voices of Utah Women

    Makers: Voices of Utah Women, produced by KUED’s Nancy Green, tells the story of the women’s movement in Utah through the firsthand accounts of leaders and activists who fought to alter the social fabric of the state. It was a time when women were learning to speak up and speak out. A time when women had different visions of what equality meant. A time when the voices of Utah women clamored to be heard.

    Length: 00:00:00
  • Utah NOW. March 14th, 2008: Lisa Randall.

    This week on Utah NOW the acclaimed physicist Lisa Randall will be with us. Dr. Randall has a best-selling book which details one of the most intriguing and original ideas in modern science - the existence of hidden dimensions in the cosmos. We'll talk about how her work is presenting a whole new way of thinking about the nature of the universe.

    Length: 00:27:38
  • Utah NOW. March 16, 2007.

    Mothers have always had ridiculous expectations to live up to, but scholar Susan Douglas says a movement is growing that gives the moms of the world a break. This week on Utah NOW we're talking about the myths and the realities of being a mother in modern society.

    Length: 00:26:13
  • Utah NOW. March 21st, 2008: Doris Kearns Goodwin.

    This week on Utah NOW -- Doris Kearns Goodwin will be with us. An acclaimed historian with an eye for detail, Goodwin applies the lessons from the past to give perspective to the politics of today. We'll talk about the role of leadership and vision for a country in turmoil.

    Length: 00:26:39
  • Utah NOW. March 30, 2007.

    In cities throughout the state there's a critical conversation going on about how you preserve the character of a place; that's the question at the center of a story developing in Salt Lake's Sugar House area. This week on Utah NOW we're talking about the conflict that always comes with change.

    Length: 00:26:47
  • Utah NOW. May 11, 2007.

    All the dust from the Sean Hannity- Rocky Anderson scuffle has settled by now, and it's given the people a chance to think clearly about what really happened in the debate. This week on Utah NOW we're asking not who won, but what did the spectacle tell us about the condition of America's culture war?

    Length: 00:26:47
  • Utah NOW. May 16th, 2008: The Daily Dooce.

    You may not have heard of her, but in cyber-space, Heather Armstrong is practically an A-List celebrity. She's a blogger - and she makes a pretty healthy living at it. Armstrong joins Utah NOW to talk about what it's like to share her personal life with cyber-strangers in the blogosphere.

    Length: 00:26:46
  • Utah NOW. May 18, 2007.

    What happens if you can't trust or you don't know how to find reliable information in the information age? Joe Firmage is something of a visionary in the technology arena and he'll join us to explain his revolutionary proposal to sort out all of the virtual material in a digital world.

    Length: 00:27:00
  • Utah NOW. May 2, 2008: The Plame Affair.

    Valerie Plame Wilson and her husband, the former ambassador Joseph Wilson, join Utah NOW to talk about how they responded to having her cover as a CIA operative blown in the political dispute over the war. They say this is about speaking truth to power.

    Length: 00:26:56
  • Utah NOW. May 30th, 2008: Proxy Baptism.

    The Mormon practice of proxy baptism, or baptism for the dead, is back in the news. In April, the Vatican sent a letter to Catholic Dioceses around the world asking them to stop giving parish records to Mormons for genealogy. Utah NOW explores this controversial topic by exploring the practical and the symbolic issues at play.

    Length: 00:27:36
  • Utah NOW. May 4, 2007: Viewing "The Mormons".

    A new PBS series profiling The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will again bring Mormonism into the national spotlight. On an hour-long edition of Utah NOW, we're talking about the series and gauging the reaction to this latest portrait of the faith. Find out what Utahns say after viewing the documentary. Did it clear up misconceptions or reinforce them?

    Length: 00:57:11
  • Utah NOW. May 9th, 2008: The Power of an Image.

    What did Mormon founder Joseph Smith really look like? It turns out that's a pretty complicated question. The portraits that have been painted tend to offer an idealized version of a real man. But what if there were a photo, a real image of Joseph Smith? Would that change things?

    Length: 00:27:26
  • Utah NOW. November 03, 2006.

    Experts say this election year may mark a significant moment of change. But amidst all this uncertainty, is Utah destined to stay put? This week on Utah NOW, we'll survey the state's political landscape and ask about the prospects for change - even here.

    Length: 00:26:28
  • Utah NOW. November 10, 2006.

    Over the next five years, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is going to be re-making a significant part of downtown Salt Lake City. This week on Utah NOW we're asking, whose interests will define the character of downtown? Can a project designed and built by a private religious entity be the foundation for a vibrant city center? Editorialist Ben Fulton of the Salt Lake City Weekly comments on the future look of downtown.

    Length: 00:27:17
  • Utah NOW. November 14th, 2008: Paula Kerger.

    Utah NOW meets with the head of PBS, Paula Kerger. Public broadcasting like many American institutions these days is refining its identity in a changing media environment and a struggling economy. Here's how the New York Times put it not so long ago, 'Is PBS still necessary?'

    Length: 00:26:34
  • Utah NOW. November 21st, 2008: Fearfully and Wonderfully Made.

    Utah NOW takes a thoughtful and almost philosophical approach to discussing the Body World?s exhibit now on display in Salt Lake City. The show uses real cadavers stripped of their fat and skin and arranged in poses. It?s giving us an opportunity to explore our cultural, religious and artistic impressions of the human body ? dead or alive.

    Length: 00:27:04
  • Utah NOW. November 23rd, 2007: Neil deGrasse Tyson.

    Making science seem accessible is quite a trick. But astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson is good at it. Dr. Tyson is with us this week. He'll explain his passion for space and what the exploration of the cosmos is telling us about the very nature of life.

    Length: 00:26:56
  • Utah NOW. November 2nd, 2007: School Vouchers.

    If you go by the campaign rhetoric, there's a lot at stake in the vote over school vouchers. On one side, it's the sanctity and solvency of the public school system. For others, it's nothing less than meaningful reform and real choice. This week on Utah NOW, we weigh the issues in the debate over Referendum 1.

    Length: 00:26:29
  • Utah NOW. October 06, 2006.

    With the trial of FLDS leader Warren Jeffs Utah law enforcement faces head-on the not-so-secret practice of plural marriage in our state. This episode of Utah NOW asks, how should polygamy be prosecuted in the 21st century? Original broadcast date - October 6, 2006. A KUED Television Production.

    Length: 00:23:40
  • Utah NOW. October 12th, 2007: The Future of Bear River.

    This week on Utah NOW--we're talking about the Bear River. It's part of an evolving story of water in the West. People in this region have always worried about water and a growing population is making new demands. The debate over whether to divert the Bear River may provide lessons or even a cautionary tale for the future.

    Length: 00:26:39
  • Utah NOW. October 13, 2006.

    In Utah more than 300,000 people have no health insurace. This week on Utah Now, we are asking why...just who are these people? What are the strategies they use to care for themselves and their families? And what are the costs to them...and you?

    Length: 00:26:57
  • Utah NOW. October 17th, 2008: Turning Down the Heat.

    This episode of Utah NOW explores the latest questions about global warming. It profiles a new film from the documentary series FRONTLINE, that asks "What is Big Business doing to address the climate problem?"

    Length: 00:26:39
  • Utah NOW. October 19th, 2007: Salt Lake Mayoral Debate.

    Lawmaker Ralph Becker and city councilman Dave Buhler are headed into the final stretch of the campaign for mayor of Salt Lake City. This week on Utah NOW we bring them together. From downtown to the west side, from budgets to crime to sky bridges...the candidates will meet to debate the issues of the race.

    Length: 00:56:24
  • Utah NOW. October 20, 2006.

    There was a time in American life when faith was a private matter. In his new book, The Holy Vote, journalist Ray Suarez examines how religion has come out into the open. This week on Utah NOW, Suarez will join us to talk about the role of God in modern politics. Former member of Congress Karen Shepherd, is our new Speak Out Utah Essayist.

    Length: 00:27:12
  • Utah NOW. October 24th, 2008: 3rd Congressional District Debate.

    One of several debates that Utah NOW featured during the 2008 election season. This episode features a debate between Republican Jason Chaffetz and Democrat Bennion Spencer.

    Length: 00:26:41
  • Utah NOW. October 3rd, 2008: Attorney General Debate.

    Utah NOW presents the 2008 Utah Attorney General's debate between Attorney General Mark Shurtleff and challenger Jean Welch Hill. The race for attorney general has been one of the liveliest this election year in Utah. Shurtleff and Hill have sparred over school vouchers, polygamy, and questions of ethics. The two have very different ideas about the role of the state's chief law enforcement officer --watch Utah NOW to see them debate those ideas.

    Length: 00:27:02
  • Utah NOW. October 5th, 2007: The Cost of Healthcare.

    This week on Utah NOW--we'll explore the latest plan to fix Utah's crippled healthcare system. A proposal by the charity organization the United Way, offers some middle ground in the contentious debate over how to provide coverage for thousands of uninsured. The plan has the buy-in from a large collection of business and community leaders. But there are still questions. How does it work? And if it doesn't, what will?

    Length: 00:26:44
  • Utah NOW. September 19th, 2008: Aftermath of Crandall Canyon.

    This episode of Utah NOW discusses the aftermath of the Crandall Canyon coal mine collapse that took place on August 6th, 2007. In Huntington, Utah, the community is still coping with the tragedy. Our show is a profile of a place, a people and a memorial.

    Length: 00:26:32
  • Utah NOW. September 21, 2007: Ken Burns' "The War" Part 2.

    This week on Utah NOW -- we continue our conversation with filmmaker Ken Burns. Burns' latest series premiers next week on PBS stations around the country. It is a deeply personal chronicle of World War II and like all of Burns' work, it's history brought to life through stories.

    Length: 00:26:59
  • Utah NOW. September 7, 2007: Robert Fulghum.

    This week on Utah NOW, the writer, philosopher and sometime-Utahn, Robert Fulghum will be with us. Fulghum came to prominence by sharing the lessons he learned in kindergarten. His essays are observations of the smallest things that raise the biggest questions. We also say farewell to Utah teacher and statesman J.D. Williams.

    Length: 00:28:09



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