Utah's longest-running political podcast, featuring interviews with Utah newsmakers and insights from longtime political journalist Bryan Schott. Winner of "Best Podcast" in the Top of The Rockies excellence in journalism contest in 2018 and 2019.
Introducing Utah Politics with Bryan Schott
Bryan Schott, political correspondent for the Salt Lake Tribune, brings you conversations with Utah newsmakers, national political experts and authors. He also discusses the latest Utah political news with local reporters and other political...
All Lee Greenwood, all the time
Spencer Stokes joins Bryan Schott on the podcast to wrap up the week in Utah political news.
Thomas Wright on running for governor, and why he thinks Trump will win in November
Republican Thomas Wright joins Bryan Schott to discuss his run for governor and why he thinks Donald Trump will win another term in November.
The inexorable march toward death
Bryan Schott and Bob Bernick discuss the latest news from around the Utah political universe.
Understanding the threat from Russian election interference with David Shimer
Author David Shimer discusses his new book about the history of Russian and American election interference, and Russia's threat to the 2020 elections in America.
Feet and computers do not mix
Managing Editor Bryan Schott and Contributing Editor Bob Bernick run through the news from a busy few days in Utah politics.
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Fair Objective and still Entertaining
Love these guys. Great for keeping up on Utah politics and the local issues.
My review (a long time coming)
I’ve listened to this podcast, for, I’m not sure—a long time. The fact that Brian’s nor Bob’s political affiliations/leanings still aren’t clear to me should tell you all you need to know. Unbiased, attested, and reliable political commentary is a true unicorn in today’s climate. I’m so grateful for their insight and reporting.
(And now that I’ve done my duty, I can finally listen peacefully and without guilt to the first segment of every episode when Brian asks for a review).
Informative, with a great sense of humor
I’m a new Utah resident and I’m grateful to Bernice and Schott for helping me become an informed voter. They are engaging and funny, making complicated and often dry subject matter much easier to understand and process.