RadioActive, KRCL's independent community affairs show for the local and global community builder. Featuring nightly updates on the Utah Legislature from the League of Women Voters of Utah and others watching lawmakers conduct the People's Business.
Tuesday, February 9: Lara Jones talks with Elders Rising on the need to keep oil and gas reserves in the ground to prevent catastrophic climate change. Plus the side effects of air pollution on pregnancies and fetal development with Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment. Plus the debut of Blake's Take, and a legislative update from the League of Women Voters of Utah and Green News Utah.
Wednesday, February 10: Nick Burns brings you a preview of the Women's Leadership Summit at the University of Utah. This year's theme: (im)perfect, on purpose. Plus a conversation about the U's Women's Resource Center.
Thursday, February 11: Prison relocation, the future of the Utah State Fair Park—change is coming to northwest Salt Lake City. Who gets to shape it? Billy Palmer finds out with his guests and Utah House Representatives Angela Romero (D-Distr. 26, Salt Lake County) and Mike Schultz (R-Dist. 12, Davis/Weber Counties).
Friday, February 12: Al Grossi, KRCL's Punk Rock Farmer will co-host with Lara Jones. Guests: TBD.
Monday, February 15: A President's Day edition of RadioActive with Sean Crossland and Dr. David Derezotes of The Radical Middle. Guests: TBD.
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