Series: Utah Conversations with Ted Capener
Utah Conversations with Ted Capener continues to bring you new and exciting guests with stories from around Utah.
Ted Capener was inducted into the Utah Broadcasters Association's Hall of Fame in June 2005. Capener served as Vice President for University Relations at the University of Utah from 1985-1999.
He has a long and distinguished career in broadcasting, which began in 1958 with Bonneville International Corp.'s KSL Radio in Salt Lake City. Capener also served for more than nine years as chief of the Washington News Bureau for Bonneville.
Playwright, film critic, documentary writer and producer, cancer survivor, and chief advocate for KUED, Mary Dickson is retiring... Well, mostly... A look back and a look ahead with Mary Dickson.
There is a large place in Kanab -- 3.700 acres to be exact -- where the lives of 1600 cats, dogs and other animals are being turned around by the Best Friends Animal Society, headed by C.E.O. Julie Castle.
Sunday, August 4, 2019 - 5:30pm
Craig Johnson, the best-selling author of the Longmire mystery novels, lives in Ucross, Wyoming, population 25. He details the many issues facing Sheriff Walt Longmire in novels and in short stories.
Can all our problems be fixed? Professor Joseph C. Bentley says some of our social problems are wicked and can never be solved, but they can be worked on. Professor Bentley is emeritus professor of management and organizational behavior at the University of Utah.
George Pyle is the editorial page editor and a columnist whose writings and decisions for the Salt Lake Tribune are, according to many, the highlight of the paper. For others, his columns and editorials clearly exhibit the left-leaning position of the paper. Which is it?
The Mars Society has chapters all over the world – and a very important one right here in Utah. With the help of Westminster biologist Dr. Bonnie Baxter, and enthusiastic locals like Jim Allen, the Mars Society is determined to explore and settle a new world.
Utah poet and novelist Katharine Coles has brought the past and present together in her new biography/memoir --"Look Both Ways". She says it is a double journey along her Grandmother's far-flung past, and how her grandmother’s life continues to influence her own.