As part of the healing process military veterans will be commemorating the day that changed America and their own lives by participating in the Bright Mountain Paradox Sports 9-11 Veterans Climb. These veterans plan to summit the Grand Tetons National Park's 14,000 foot Grand Peak.
One of the participants will be Chad Jukes, from North Logan, who lost his right leg below the knee as a result of the injuries he sustained in an IED attack in Iraq. Chad will be Tom Williams' guest on Access Utah.
At 9:30 science questions profiles physicist Kip Thorne, who grew up in Logan, just below the Utah State University campus. Thorne's research has focused on gravitation physics and astrophysics with an emphasis on relativistic stars, black holes and gravitational waves.
Today on the program Sheri Quinn talks to singer songwriter Bill Miller. He grew up on a Mohican Indian reservation in Wis., which inspires much of his music and his work with troubled youth. At 9:30 science questions profiles physicist Kip Thorne, who grew up in Logan, just below the Utah State University campus. Thorne's research has focused on gravitation physics and astrophysics with an emphasis on relativistic stars, black holes and gravitational waves.
On the show this week, I feature the debut release from the duo Jenn Rawling and Basho Parks, as well as the historical songs from Tom Irwin’s latest album. I’ll also play songs from new releases by Kath Buckell, Scott Cook and the Doc Marshalls, among other talented artists. Tune in and listen this Saturday at 8pm to Fresh Folk on Utah Public Radio.
Shane Graham brings back Radio Cosmopolis for a one-off “back-to-school” special, featuring hybrid and cosmopolitan music by Antibalas, Muszikas, Bio Ritmo, Janka Nabay, Bibi Tanga, and many other great artists. This episode will take the place of the Putumayo World Music Show only on Friday August 31 at 10 pm.
The not guilty verdict in the trial of Roberto Miramontes Roman for the murder of Millard County Deputy Sheriff Josie Greathouse Fox shocked many in the community. Now some of the jurors are talking about their deliberations. This case got us wondering: How do juries come to their decisions? What influences those decisions? Can we have confidence in our jury system? On Thursday’s AU we’ll talk with Salt Lake Tribune reporter Aaron Falk; and University of Texas Associate Professor of Sociology Mary Rose, who has studied how juries reach decisions.
On Access Utah we explore ghosts, hauntings, and love. Author and NPR executive producer Eric Nuzum faced his own fears. In his book, “Giving Up the Ghost: A Story About Friendship 80’s Rock a Lost Scrap of Paper and What it Means to be Haunted” Nuzum talks of his history being haunted and how he found peace in facing the supernatural.
The Bioneers Radio Series brings us Beloved Community: Hello, My Other Self.
In today’s radically shifting world, the name of the game is resilience - the capacity of both human and ecological systems to absorb disturbance, roll with the punches and come up standing. Resilience arises from building community - enduring relationships and networks that hold cultural memory in the same way seeds regenerate a forest after a fire.
People often join the terms guns and violence together, but is this a correct association? With the dealdy shootings at the Empire State building, the Sikh Temple, and the Aurora movie theater, headlines and content connect the two. Is America more violent than other countries? Where do guns fit in? Are guns to blame? What should we do, if anything?
Wow, most gardens are displaying green, green, green. Hopefully, it’s not the green of weeds. How do you know when it’s time to pick something? Today USU Extension Vegetable Specialist, Dan Drost, is in studio for the entire hour. When it comes to knowing when something is ripe, the sampling test may not always be practical. You don’t want to leave a cantaloupe on the vine with a bite taken out of it. On the other hand, unless you like them green, it’s pretty easy to tell when to pick a tomato. And I’ve never met an immature pepper that I didn’t like.