We review the results of the New Hampshire primary with New Hampshire Public Radio reporter Dan Gorenstein. We’ll look at the future for the Mitt Romney and Jon Huntsman campaigns.
Then, what should we do about what Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood calls an epidemic: distracted driving? We talk with U. of U. professor David Strayer who has studied the effects of cell phone use on drivers; and with Rob Reynolds, Executive Director of FocusDriven, a group that advocates for the elimination of cell phone use while driving.
The death of Ogden police officer Jared Francom and wounding of five other members of the Weber-Morgan Narcotics Strike Force last Wednesday has shocked and saddened Utahns and reminded us of the high cost sometimes paid to protect our communities.
This week Radio Cosmopolis celebrates its second anniversary with an eclectic mix of new and vintage music, including a tribute to the recently deceased Cesaria Evora and tunes by Fool's Gold, Omar Souleyman, Sola Rosa, and many others.
On the show this week, I feature the 14th stellar album from Alison Krauss and Union Station, as well as the latest album from the one-and-only Dr. Ralph Stanley. I’ll also play songs from new releases by Donna Ulisse, James Reams, and John Reischmann, to name just a few. Tune in and listen this Saturday at 8pm for Fresh Folk on Utah Public Radio.
Mark Anderson joins Bryan Earl to answer gardening questions in the first half on Monday’s Access Utah. Then Tom Williams’ guests in the second half, Stanford researcher and doctoral student William Anderegg and University of Utah Biology Professor John Sperry, say they’ve discovered the reason for a phenomenon known as Sudden Aspen Decline.
On Access Utah, Bonnie Baxter, Professor of Biology at Westminster college, talks about bioprospecting in the Great Salt Lake and new state management strategies that will address how to clean up toxic heavy metals.
At 9:30 Science Questions profiles the Civilian Conservation Corp and its impact on how we manage our public lands today.
We've finally arrived at votes that count. We'll review the results of the Iowa Caucuses with several political experts: Mike Lyons, Associate Professor of Political Science at USU; Kirk Jowers, Director of the University of Utah's Hinckley Institute of Politics; Deseret News columnists, LaVarr Webb and Frank Pignanelli; and Quin Monson, BYU Assistant Professor of Political Science and Associate Director at the Center for the study of Elections and Democracy.