Doug Fabrizio, KUER's RadioWest

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Past articles by Doug:

Tan France On Queer Eye, Fashion And Home

Queer Eye's Tan France takes fashion seriously. It impacts how your carry yourself and your self-esteem. He joins us to talk about growing up, why fashion → Read More

How To Talk To Kids About Sex

When it comes to how schools teach kids about sexuality, there are no easy answers, and there never have been. So, what should we talk about, and who → Read More

Staff Picks: Mouth Sounds With Fred Newman

Voice artist Fred Newman is most famous for the voices and effects he improvised for the shows A Prairie Home Companion and Live From Here . He joined us → Read More

Staff Picks: The Genius Of Jad Abumrad

Radiolab co-host Jad Abumrad is a genius. Back in 2011, he was certified when the MacArthur Foundation awarded him a “genius grant.” Jad thinks public → Read More

A Note From Doug Fabrizio

RadioWest is taking a summer vacation that starts Monday, May 27. Read Doug’s letter below and then check out our summer schedule changes. Hi Everyone, I’m → Read More

The Salt Lake Tribune's Nonprofit Future

The Salt Lake Tribune has undergone lots of changes in the recent past, but nothing like what it plans next. The newspaper announced it plans last week to → Read More

The Goodness Paradox

Monday, we're talking about this strange mix in human nature of virtue and violence. The anthropologist Richard Wrangham is fascinated by how and why → Read More

Missionary Phone Home

Instead of twice a year, LDS missionaries can now call, video chat, message or text once a week. Tuesday, we’re talking about it and we want to hear from → Read More

The Last Cowboys

Friday, we're talking about the Wright family of ranchers and championship buckle-winning bronc riders in central Utah. They're working to keep a foot in → Read More

The History Of The White Power Movement

Monday, we’re talking about the roots of the white power movement. Historian Kathleen Belew traces it back to the 1970s, when some soldiers returned from → Read More

Place And The Politics Of Pollution

Sociologist Robert Bullard is known as the "father of environmental justice,” and he joins us Friday to talk about how minorities and poor communities have → Read More

Jellyfish And The Art Of Growing A Backbone

Chances are you've never given jellyfish a second thought. The science writer Juli Berwald gets it, but she loves them. She's written a book about how → Read More

The Life And Work Of Frederick Douglass

Monday, we’re talking about Fredrick Douglass, escaped slave, educator, and orator. Historian David Blight says that words were his only weapon, and he → Read More

The LDS Church And The Politics Of Medical Cannabis In Utah

Monday, we’re talking about what role the LDS Church played in the shaping of Utah’s medical cannabis law. Some say the Church got too involved in the → Read More

The History And Necessity Of Bees

A lot of people hate bugs, but even most bug haters have a soft spot for bees. The biologist Thor Hanson has written a new book that explores the natural → Read More

Beyond Candidates: 2018 Ballot Measures

Utah voters have some important decisions to make this November. From medical marijuana, to Medicaid expansion and a referendum on gerrymandering, it’s a → Read More

First Monday 2018: Bellwether Cases And The State Of SCOTUS

While controversy continues over Brett Kavanaugh's nomination for the Supreme Court, the 2018 term starts Monday. Our Legal scholars join us to talk about → Read More

Twenty Thousand Hertz

Wednesday, we’re talking about a podcast that challenges listeners to refine their sense of hearing. For host Dallas Taylor, sound can change how we → Read More

LGBTQ Youth, Faith, and Crisis

Utah has seen a staggering increase in youth suicide and some advocates blame LDS Church policies. Wednesday, we’re asking what the research shows and how → Read More


Tuesday, we're talking about Robin Williams’ life and inspirations, and what his public persona can tell us about the inner life he mostly kept to himself. → Read More