Programs

Four-Minute Memoir
4:12 pm
Tue September 25, 2012

From Down Under and More

Marian Ensor shares what she learned from having exchange students.

This series is a selection of memoirs by summer citizens and university students participating in the Four Minute Memoir class at Utah State University.

Four-Minute Memoir
4:05 pm
Tue September 25, 2012

Revenge

Ellen Jensen recalls a true story of conspiracy and revenge. Tyranny can never go unpunished.

This series is a selection of memoirs by summer citizens and university students participating in the Four Minute Memoir class at Utah State University.

Four-Minute Memoir
4:00 pm
Tue September 25, 2012

My Cousin Pat

Barbara Willie-Pecora tells the story of her cousin Pat's life, death, and eulogy, which was "fit for a king" if not 100% true.

This series is a selection of memoirs by summer citizens and university students participating in the Four Minute Memoir class at Utah State University.

Four-Minute Memoir
6:17 pm
Mon September 24, 2012

Spring City, Utah

Russ Beck's great-granddad redirected a stream shovelful by shovelful near Spring City, Utah, with help from FDR's New Deal.

This series is a selection of memoirs by summer citizens and university students participating in the Four Minute Memoir class at Utah State University.

Four-Minute Memoir
6:09 pm
Mon September 24, 2012

My Distaste for Cooking

Joyce Baldwin rejoices over TV dinners and explains how she managed to raise 2 boys who are great cooks as a single mother.

This series is a selection of memoirs by summer citizens and university students participating in the Four Minute Memoir class at Utah State University.

Four-Minute Memoir
5:55 pm
Mon September 24, 2012

On Swearing

Soon-to-be 84-year-old Ann Dahl reflects on swearing -- when it's appropriate to swear and when a psuedo-swear will do the trick.

This series is a selection of memoirs by summer citizens and university students participating in the Four Minute Memoir class at Utah State University.

Access Utah
3:52 pm
Mon September 24, 2012

The Crossroads Project Live from Studio C on Access Utah Tuesday

The Crossroads Project is a multidisciplinary performance that joins the forces of art and science.

The Crossroads Project is comprised of a physicist, a composer, a string quartet, and 3 visual artists who combine their artistic and scientific voices in response to the challenge of global sustainability and climate change. In anticipation of their multidisciplinary performance at Utah State University on September 27, they drop by UPR's Studio C on Tuesday to show us what happens when physicist Robert Davies gets back-up in the form of the Fry Street Quartet.

Access Utah
3:24 pm
Mon September 24, 2012

Utah House District 4 Debate on Access Utah Monday

On Access Utah today we rebroadcast last week's debate between Ed Redd (R) and Doug Thompson (D) for Utah's 4th District Representative, part of our VoteUtah 2012 coverage.

Full audio of the debate can be found here: Ed Redd / Doug Thompson Debate

Science Questions
2:21 pm
Fri September 21, 2012

How Wolves Changed a Man's Life on Science Questions

Science Questions presents current wolf policies across the west and the new book called "Wolfer," a memoir about one man's experience trapping and hunting wolves for the federal government and how it changed his life's direction.   

Programs
1:44 pm
Fri September 21, 2012

Fresh Folk- September 22

Hi, this is Blair Larsen, host of Fresh Folk. On the show this week, I feature the unexpectedly uplifting songs of Spark and Whisper, and the endearing characters in the songs of Dave Potts. I’ll also play tunes from new albums by Bob Andrews, Linda Newlin, and Blue O’Connell, to name just a few. Join me this Saturday at 8pm for Fresh Folk on Utah Public Radio.

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