This week on Utah NOW we're profiling the Body World's exhibit now on display in Salt Lake City. The show uses real cadavers stripped of their fat and skin and arranged in poses. It's giving us an opportunity to explore our cultural, religious and artistic impressions of the human body - dead and alive.
The presentation last night regarding the "Body World's" exhibit was absolutely outstanding. The subject matter was treated with such great sensitivity, it really touched my heart. Your approach in looking at the cultural, spiritual and artistic viewpoints regarding the wonderful creation of our bodies was excellent in every way.
I look forward to Utah Now every week and commend Doug Fabrizio for his excellence in journalism. Keep up the good work. Your program is one of the most precious jewels in KUEDs programming.
Posted by Helene Huff, Saturday November 22nd, 2008 @ 4:25 pm
I wanted to commend everyone that was involved in the "Utah Now" program profiling Body Worlds. The program was produced so creatively and artistically that I couldn't take my eyes off the television set.
Thanks for presenting such great local programs! There is nothing better on television, including both cable and broadcast networks.
Posted by Steven Ireland, Monday November 24th, 2008 @ 3:44 pm
I wanted to compliment Friday's show on the Body Worlds exhibit. I was very impressed at how smart it was. I was especially interested in the perspective provided by the interviews, explaining the past and the present viewpoints on the body. Very well done.
I enjoy Utah Now each week and look forward to future shows.
Posted by K. Jordan, Monday November 24th, 2008 @ 5:15 pm
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