Ed Koceila describes Mexican security when Hilary Clinton comes to town...and that's for an "informal" meeting. What will it be like in June when Ed's favorite whale watching spot is overrun with foreign dignitaries?
On Access Utah this morning we hear from biologist Robert Rockwell from the American Museum of Natural History about his work in the Arctic tundra and his current research on the impact of global climate change and its effect on the interaction of species in that region and beyond.
At 9:30, on Science Questions we hear from Randy Jirtle, a scientist dedicated to the resurgence of the field of epigenetics and its implications for the future of biology and medicine.
On the show this week, I feature the new album from Canadian songstress Catherine MacLellan, and the new release from the mesmerizing Pieta Brown. I’ll also play songs from new discs by Hat Check Girl, Carol Williams and Mark Minelli, among other talented artists. Join me, this Saturday at 8pm, for Fresh Folk on Utah Public Radio.
Thursday on Access Utah, a discussion on Medieval art with renowned scholar Jaroslav Folda, and a conversation with Sheryl WuDunn, co-author of Half The Sky, a book-turned-movement empowering women around the world to fight poverty and extremism.
Wednesday on Access Utah, Tom Williams moderates a discussion between proponents and opponents of Utah signing the Health Care Compact, which would move health care services away from the federal government to be managed by individual states. Our guests are Danny Harris of Utah AARP, Jason Cook of the Utah Health Policy Project, Stan Rasmussen of the Sutherland Institute, and Don Ruzicka of the Eagle Forum.
Lee Austin moderates a discussion about HB 363, known as the "Sex Ed Bill", with Representatives Brian King and Patrice Arent, KCPW reporter Jessica Gail, Matt Piccolo from the Sutherland Institute, and Dawn Davies of the Utah PTA.
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This morning's gardening program originally aired in February 2011. Spring is almost here and the bugs are starting to stir, so Diane Allston, entomologist from Utah State University's Extension Program joins us for the full hour.