KUER’s award-winning interview show explores the world through deep thinkers who host Doug Fabrizio asks to think even deeper. Join writers, filmmakers, scientists and others on RadioWest: A show for the wildly curious.
How The Utah Legislature Really Works
Tuesday, Jan. 18, is the kick-off date for the 2022 General Session of the Utah Legislature. So, how does our state government actually pass laws? And who are the people who decide the rules that affect all of us?
Web Extra: Art And Belief And The Reconciliation Of Trevor Southey
In a new documentary film, the artist and painter Nathan Florence explores a collective of influential Utah artists who aimed to use their creative gifts to make the kind of work collected in major museums that also expressed their deeply held faith in the LDS Church.
Who's Responsible For Racism In Davis County And The Rest Of Utah?
Late last year, the Department of Justice chastised the Davis School District for failing to address “serious and widespread” racist behavior. But where does the buck stop for that problem?
Is Child Sex Trafficking The Epidemic Operation Underground Railroad Says It Is?
The Utah-based anti-child sex trafficking group Operation Underground Railroad has gained immense popularity on social media in recent years. But according to a recent article in The Atlantic, the group and many of its well-meaning followers are spurred on largely by conspiratorial thinking.
Embracing Habit With Meghan O’Gieblyn
Looking to feel more peaceful this year? Maybe even a little more transcendence? The writer Meghan O’Gieblyn has some advice: Lean into daily routines. Cultivate habits.
'The Language Of Fanaticism' With Amanda Montell
We can probably all picture the stereotype of cult members: glassy-eyed, dressed alike, fixated on their leader. And then we might feel smug, because we’re nothing like them. Right?
I haven’t lived in Salt Lake since 2018 but I still listen to Radio West. I find Doug to be a skilled and thoughtful interviewer and I love the breadth of topics that the show covers. Additionally his voice is very calming to me. I don’t listen to every episode at this point but it’s still on my regular rotation of podcasts.
Best Interviewer in Broadcasting
As the host, Doug consistently leads guests in the most insightful, meaningful conversations possible. I’ve recommended this podcast to others more than any other podcast I listen to. You’re a national treasure, Doug Fabrizio!
Doug Fabrizio and his team manage to always talk about prescient topics affecting the southwest, giving them ample time and consideration (although you usually want more). I’ve been a KUER sustainer for years just to support this show. Keep up the good work.