Programs

Access Utah
5:59 pm
Mon March 19, 2012

Planting Leafy Greens...Even in the Snow

Leafy greens are a staple of any garden and now is the time to plant them ...even under 4 inches of snow like we have in Cache Valley. Mark Anderson from Anderson Seed & Garden in Logan is in the studio the whole hour.

Fresh Folk
3:10 pm
Sat March 17, 2012

Fresh Folk - March 17

On the show this week, you’ll hear the fabulous guitar work on Pat Donohue’s latest release, as well as accomplished storytelling on Ruth Hill’s new album. I’ll also play songs from new discs by Carol Williams, Ray Bonneville, and Guthrie Thomas, among other talented artists. Join me and listen in, this Saturday at 8pm to Fresh Folk on Utah Public Radio.

Science Questions
4:48 pm
Fri March 16, 2012

Epigenetics: Part III

Though the field of Epigenetics was conceived in the era of platforms and poly-leisure suits, it has received sparse media attention. And now, scientists are realizing it has the potential to explain A LOT about human disease and evolution particularly, the grey areas where genetics seems to fall short.

Programs
4:39 pm
Fri March 16, 2012

Radio Cosmopolis - March 16

Tune in this week for a rebroadcast of an episode featuring cosmopolitan women--female singers and musicians from Brazil, Japan, South Africa, Hungary, Jamaica, India, and beyond.

Access Utah
2:46 pm
Fri March 16, 2012

Our Overfished Oceans

90% of the world's large fish are gone due to over-consumption of seafood and by 2048 all ocean fish could be extinct if the world continues to consume at this rate. On Access Utah today, Sheri Quinn talks to Michael Sutton, Vice President of the Monterrey Bay Aquarium, about this global problem.

Part 3 of Science Questions' series on epigenetics is in the second half.

Commentary
4:53 pm
Thu March 15, 2012

Poncho the Sea Lion

Sea Lion vs. Fishermen -- It's one of the oldest battles on Earth and highly entertaining.

Commentary
4:33 pm
Thu March 15, 2012

An Evening with the 1 Percent

Steve Eaton went to a Mariners game once and sat in a suite, where people talked about banking and where there was free food, and it was not like any all-you-can-eat buffet he'd ever been to.

Commentary
4:11 pm
Thu March 15, 2012

Gina's Leap Year Pups

Gina tells us about her naughty leap-year dogs, who act like they're still puppies, even though -- technically -- they are four years old.

Access Utah
9:33 am
Wed March 14, 2012

"Ag Gag" and the Sex Ed Bill on Access Utah Thursday - Join Us

On Thursday's Access Utah we’ll feature a debate on HB187 which would ban photographing farm operations without permission or under false pretenses. Proponents say it provides needed protections to farm operations and opponents say this is a thinly-veiled attempt to prevent needed public scrutiny. Guests will include Nathan Runkle of Mercy for Animals and Randy Parker of the Utah Farm Bureau.

We welcome your emails, comments and calls during our debate.

Access Utah
5:26 pm
Tue March 13, 2012

Wednesday's Topic is Business Ethics with Renowned Expert Tom Donaldson

Our guest on Access Utah Wednesday is Tom Donaldson, an oft-consulted expert in the field of business ethics. Professor Donaldson is the director of the Zicklin center for Business Ethics Research at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and a founding member of the Society for Business Ethics. He is author of Ties That Bind: A Social Contract Approach to Business Ethics in addition to several other titles. He was recently a guest to the Hunstman School of Business at Utah State University. Tom Williams talks with him about...well, business ethics, what else?

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