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Session podcasts from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints / LDS Church / Mormons general conference, plus related programming from KSL Newsradio in Salt Lake City.
KSL Outdoors Show
Fishing, hunting, camping, hiking, biking, offroading, four-wheeling, ATVs, dutch ovens - if you can do it outside, we're all over it.
Utah's Morning News
News, traffic and weather every weekday, 5 a.m. to 9 a.m. Brian Martin and Amanda Dickson bring you the information you need to know to get your day started.
Voices of Reason
Jasen Lee and Amy Donaldson are speaking out and speaking up about the issues facing our community. We are engaging in conversations that seek to help us understand our differing views and opinions on complex social justice issues, and what possible common ground might guide us in our search for solutions.
The Mom Show
This is not your mother's radio show. Lindsay Aerts looks at the topics and issues that Utah moms care about. Babies, health care, mental health, family and more.
KSL Newsradio's Jeff Caplan offers his own unique spin on the fun, quirky things that happen alongside the news.
KSL Greenhouse
How does your garden grow? Utah experts help you keep your yard, plants and flowers in bloom. From farm and field to lawn and garden, if it grows, we're talking about it.
KSL's Unrivaled
KSL's Unrivaled features unique takes on the sports news of the moment. Hosted by Scott Mitchell, a former University of Utah and NFL Quarterback who brings a wealth of knowledge to the show and Alex Kirry, a talk radio veteran who has covered BYU for more than a decade and hosts Cougar Sports Saturday on KSL. Anything is up for grabs on the show, from the NFL and NBA (Utah Jazz), to the Utes, Cougars, Aggies and even prep sports. Never taking themselves too seriously, if there is a sports t ...
Cougar Tracks
Cougar Tracks gives you a daily insider look into BYU athletics. KSL personality Mitch Harper hosts the show, bringing you everything from the latest happenings in the Cougar football and men's basketball programs, to the dish on the recruiting trail. Cougar Tracks is your go-to podcast for the best daily BYU conversation.
Jazz Notes
Jeremiah Jensen, Cleon Wall and Spencer Hall all grew up loving the Utah Jazz, watching John Stockton and Karl Malone. Alex Kirry grew to respect the mailman and crew after he moved to Utah for college. What started as basketball fandom has grown into a business for these guys as they cover hoops and other sports as a career. Jeremiah works on SportsBeat for KSL TV. Cleon spent 17 years covering sports for KSL NewsRadio. Spencer launched Salt City Hoops and Alex is Sports Director at KSL New ...
News, politics, traffic, weather and more from Utah, anchored by veteran news junkie Jeff Caplan alongside Maria Shilaos.
Healthy Mind Matters is hosted by Maria Shilaos. The show discusses the important community issues of stronger mental health, emotional wellness, and the growing problem of addiction. Healthy Mind Matters is sponsored by Intermountain HealthCare and SelectHealth.
Utah's Noon News
News, traffic, weather, information, Utah
Religion Today
Issues of faith and spirituality that matter to LDS, Mormons, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
Dave and Dujanovic
What happens when a seasoned, award-winning investigative journalist and a well-known and very funny sports reporter get together to talk about news and politics? Dave Noriega and Debbie Dujanovic, also known as D2, join forces, mornings on KSL Newsradio.
Make time to get moving on things that can make a difference in your life, with just 15 or 20 minutes at a go. From physical to mental fitness, organization and beyond, Maria Shilaos tackles real change in a way even the least motivated among us can manage.
Money Making Sense is a 2017 and 2018 Peoples Choice Podcast Awards (#PCA17, #PCA18) finalist. Host Heather Kelly focuses on how to find financial peace by better allocating your paychecks and analyzing the impact of simple family decisions. Episodes approach the topic of personal finance from a cost-savings and revenue-generating perspective. Covered topics include: vacationing on a budget, accumulating retirement savings on a limited income, reducing household expenses, the financial impac ...
Fan Effect
Beyond Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Gaming and Tech, the brains behind Fan Effect are connoisseurs of categories surpassing the nerdy. Brilliant opinions and commentary on all things ‘geek’, but surprising knowledge and witty arguments over pop culture, Star Trek, MARVEL vs DC, and a wide range of movies and TV shows. Andy Farnsworth and most of his co-hosts and guests live in the Salt Lake City, Utah area.
Utah Drives
From vehicle previews to helpful service tips, the digital series Utah Drives has everything consumers need to know about driving in Utah. Utah Drives is a Bonneville Salt Lake digital production featuring a mix of support and inventory from KSL-TV, FM100.3, 103.5 The Arrow and KSL NewsRadio. Find out more at http://ksl360.com/utahdrives
Utah's governor answers your questions, political and otherwise, in a live call-in show.
FBI Confidential
Join hosts Debbie Dujanovic, Sheryl Worsley and Becky Bruce in a virtual citizens' academy with the FBI in Salt Lake City, Utah. Learn about how agents respond to crimes and threats ranging from human sex trafficking to counterterrorism and intelligence to mass shootings and even the mafia. Take a virtual tour of the technology used by the evidence response teams that help process crime scenes and work your way through the firearms training simulator as agents explain how and why to use dead ...
Beg to Differ
Read Today
KSL is committed to promoting literacy through family reading time.
KSL's team of reporters takes you inside the news with a depth and breadth of coverage and investigation no one else can bring you. Based out of Salt Lake City, Utah, KSL journalists cover local and national news. They are award-winning and well-respected in the journalism community.
The Jaymac Show
You haven't heard the news until you've heard JayMac's take on the news. Commentary, politics, satire and more.
Beg to Differ
Cougar Sports Saturday host Alex Kirry brings you the highlights of every BYU Football game, from insider info to the basic gridiron stats.
BYU Cougars college basketball action
KSL Politics
KSL Newsradio's team of experienced analysts and anchors offer the latest political news and commentary, from the presidential election in 2016 to Utah campaigns and state legislature issues. Doug Wright, Jay Mcfarland, Drew Steele and the KSL team bring you perspective and balance.
The people, values, art, music, movies and books that make Utah unique are featured in this show hosted by Doug Wright.
KSL CrimeWatch
KSL CRIMEWATCH is a fast-paced show that puts you inside the top priorities of local law enforcement. Hosted by Salt Lake County Sheriff Jim Winder, a 29-year veteran of Utah's Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office, the goal of KSL Crimewatch is simple: help keep Utahns safe. Episodes feature tips on how to protect you, and your family and give communities along the Wasatch Front opportunities to help authorities solve a crime. Designed from its inception to appeal to modern audiences, each epis ...
News Bytes
News Bytes are bite-sized videos about topics of interest in the news - from science to health, to history, to politics, to sports and everything in between. The KSL Newsradio Digital Content team explores hot topics with everything you need to know, in 60 seconds or less.
Road to Understanding
KSL is hitting the road - the Road to Understanding. Our television, radio and website resources are crossing the state of Utah from all directions to find out what issues matter to you, what you're proud of, and what you wish we knew.
The Coach's Show with Kalani Sitake highlights the best of BYU Football.
Overtime with Cleon Wall isn’t your typical sports podcast. Cleon Wall goes behind the scenes with the athletes and newsmakers from BYU, the Univ. of Utah, Utah Jazz and more. He also goes in-depth with the people who cover college and pro sports in the Beehive State. You’ll hear complete conversations from players and coaches and find out the motivations behind some of Utah’s biggest sports stories. And since this podcast is about sports, we will also have a bit of fun.
The Doug Wright Show
The Doug Wright Show provides engaging and thoughtful political conversation that bridges the gap between liberal and conservative, republican and democrat. If you like talk that makes you think, you'll love Doug Wright. The Doug Wright Show: Where Utah Comes to Talk.
Really Healthy
Really Healthy is a show about how to find real health in the real world. It highlights fun, doable ways to improve your health through small and simple changes. There are no tricks, gimmicks or products to buy. The hosts, Scott Mitchell and Melanie Douglass discuss the hottest health trends, tackle tough questions, play games for a few laughs and issue weekly health challenges that you and your family can implement for lasting better health. Scott, former NFL and University of Utah quarterb ...
Hosts of Eden
Hosts of Eden is a modern radio drama, written and performed by Jay Mcfarland. Season 1's 11-part fictional podcast serial was just the beginning of the cliff-hanger science fiction fun. Season 2 drops March 5. While Marian and Mason are trying to adjust to their new role as guardians of the Genesis device, the nation is faced with a new threat. Someone or something is able to jump from one body to the next, allowing them to infiltrate high-security military installations and leaving a trail ...
Hosted by Silicon Slopes executive director and editor-in-chief Clint Betts, the Deseret News Silicon Slopes Hour airs on KSL Newsradio every Sunday at 7 a.m. The show provides an in-depth look inside Utah's growing startup and tech community from the perspective of the entrepreneurs, executives and community leaders at the forefront of the industry. A new podcast episode is published every Monday morning.
'For the Love of Salt Lake Radio News' is the untold story of what has shaped radio news in the Salt Lake Valley over the past three decades. Hear first-hand what the thriving business sounded like at its pinnacle and how it was shaped by federal deregulation. Host Maria Shilaos shares the personal stories of local broadcasters who lived through the highs and lows of radio's finest era.
The Bennett family has been at the heart of Utah politics for over half a century. So what happens when they talk about the issues of the day around the dinner table? Join Jim, the dad, and Abby, the daughter for a free- wheeling political discussion with an intergenerational perspective. College student Abby is a political independent, while her father Jim is a former Republican who became the first candidate of the new United Utah Party in 2017, running for Congress and garnering over 14,0 ...
Jazz Beat Podcast
People of Faith with Carole Mikita
Movie Show Matinee
Family Gathering
KSL NewsRadio's Family Gathering connects people and families across many generations. If you are new to family histories, let Family Gathering's host Grant Nielsen guide your search for the family you never knew you had. Family Gathering is sponsored by Family Search. Discover your family history. Explore the world's largest collection of free family trees, genealogy records, and resources at Familysearch.org.
Camp Cougar Podcast
The Travel Show
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On this episode of The Loudmouth Project's Voices of Reason, Jasen Lee and Amy Donaldson we are talking Deseret News award-winning national religion reporter Kelsey Dallas about the controversy surrounding Ellen DeGeneres watching a football game with her friend George W. Bush and the conflict it caused within the LGBTQ community and public at- ...…
Alex Kirry and Scott Mitchell highlight the day's biggest sports stories. School district sued over high school football concussion Concussion studies are helping us understand head injuries Is Baker Mayfield overrated NFL referees making bad calls Arizona State's Herm Edwards joins the show Is home field advantage real in the NFL…
Scott Mitchell and Alex Kirry talk about which Pac-12 coaches they would want to hang out with. Scott and Alex talk about the upcoming Utah game between the Utes and Sun Devils. Herm Edwards is disrupting the traditional coaching mold and it brings results. NFL home-field advantage is disappearing. Scott and Alex share their thoughts about why ...…
Alex Kirry and Scott Mitchell play their conversation with Herm Edwards, head football coach of the Arizona State Sun Devils, at Pac-12 media day. The University of Utah will play the Sun Devils this weekend at Rice Eccles Stadium.By KSL Podcasts.
Scott Mitchell and Alex Kirry sit down for a chat about Monday Night Football’s controversial game between the Green Bay Packers and the Detroit Lions. Missed calls and player comments have led to a discussion about a “skyjudge”. Scott and Alex give their thoughts on the difficult job that referees have. Are all penalty calls in football subjec ...…
Former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf has some comments on Baker Mayfield after his own lackluster career. KSL Sports’ Sam Farnsworth visits the show to give his thoughts on Leaf’s comments, thoughts on draft “busts”, and Mayfield's future.By KSL Podcasts.
Scott Mitchell and Alex Kirry discuss both the dangers and the overwhelming positives of playing football. Scott talks about his quality of life after his football career and some tests he has had done to detect any consequences that may have come from concussions.By KSL Podcasts.
A former prep athlete is suing the Cache County School District over a concussion-related football injury. Alex Kirry and Scott Mitchell talk about their experience with concussions. The guys try to diffuse the stigma athlete’s combat about reentering games after concussive injuries.By KSL Podcasts.
The word uhhhh… isn’t really a word. It’s a placeholder. The news media typically edits out the word uhhh. Jeff Caplan, when he's not wordsmithing My Minute of News, hosts Jeff Caplan's Afternoon News on KSL Newsradio in Salt Lake City, Utah. Follow him on Facebook www.facebook.com/JeffCaplanKSL/and on Twitter @JeffCaplan…
The program is successful enough... that officials want to take it statewide. KSL TV's Jed Boal is covering the story... Jed ...what's the magic of this program?By KSL Newsradio.
President Trump is doubling down on his decision to pull U.S. troops out of northern Syria. Mr. Trump hosted Italy's president at the White House today....and after exchanging statements, the president responded to a question about Turkey's assault on Kurdish fightersBy KSL Newsradio.
This month is the 100th anniversary of Utah ratifying the 19th Amendment to the Constitution. That amendment providing WOMEN..equal voting rights. State Sen. Deidra Henderson joined KSL's Inside Sources this afternoon to talk about the Women's Suffrage Movement. And Utah's leadership role in the battle. Yes it's true.…
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is not against banning conversion therapy. However, in a letter to the Utah Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing, the Church says it's opposed to the current rules being drafted because they believe they're too vague in key areas and don't give enough accommodations for people’s r ...…
Utah Highway Patrol Trooper Ruben Correa is being called Utah's Superman after he saved a man seconds before his car was hit by a train. Trooper Correa was performing a traffic stop shortly before 7 am on Wednesday when he saw a car that had crashed off of the I-15 and was sitting on the tracks between Pages and Parrish Lanes. Dashcam video fro ...…
Utah Highway Patrol Trooper Ruben Correa is being called a hero today. He responded to a report of a car driving off the side of I-15 and landing on train tracks. The Trooper pulled the driver out of the car seconds before it was destroyed by an oncoming Frontrunner train.By KSL Newsradio.
Let's set the scene: 12 Dems on stage last night for a debate, and medicare for all took center stage. Get rid of premiums, co-pays and deductibles and move toward a universal healthcare system. Dave and Dujanovic is hosted by veteran sports reporter Dave Noriega and award-winning investigative reporter Debbie Dujanovic. KSL NewsRadio is part o ...…
There have been two more cases of sex crimes in Utah. It's the latest in the growing problem of sextortion in the states. The Attorney General's office joins us to help spread some ideas of how as parents we can help protect our kids.By Debbie Dujanovic and Dave Noriega.
It's the lawsuit that should be a warning to all high school football coaches in Utah...GET over your man-up style of coaching. A former high school football player is SUING Cache County School District and the UHSAA--accusing his former coach of telling him to "man-up" and keep playing after he got a concussion. Former NFL Quarterback Scott Mi ...…
The Nats are headed to the World Series. But there's a problem and it's with their relief pitcher: He missed game 1 of the National League Championship series...and ignited a HEATED debate over priorities. relief pitcher Daniel Hudson missed game 1 to be with his wife for the birth of their daughter...and some people just weren't okay with that ...…
A hero is credited with pulling a driver out of a wrecked car on FrontRunner tracks in Davis County this morning. Amanda Dickson is the host of A Woman’s View on Sundays on KSL Newsradio, which you can also find on Apple Podcasts. Follow her on Facebook and Twitter.By KSL Newsradio.
The Utah Transit Authority says a car ended up on the FrontRunner tracks in Centerville after a crash along I-15. Amanda Dickson is the host of A Woman’s View on Sundays on KSL Newsradio, which you can also find on Apple Podcasts. Follow her on Facebook and Twitter.By KSL Newsradio.
A Pleasant Grove teaching volunteer is accused of offering money for nude pics of teenagers. Amanda Dickson is the host of A Woman’s View on Sundays on KSL Newsradio, which you can also find on Apple Podcasts. Follow her on Facebook and Twitter.By KSL Newsradio.
A man is facing charges for "sextorting" a teenage girl he met through social media. Amanda Dickson is the host of A Woman’s View on Sundays on KSL Newsradio, which you can also find on Apple Podcasts. Follow her on Facebook and Twitter.By KSL Newsradio.
Frontrunner trains are stopped between Woods Cross and Farmington after a northbound Frontrunner train collided with a vehicle that was on the tracks. Utah Transit Authority Spokesman Carl Arky told Utah's Morning News that there were no injuries, partially due to a UHP Trooper that was able to pull the person out of the crashed vehicle. UTA or ...…
BYU redshirt freshman Payton Wilgar joined Mitch Harper for a one-on-one conversation to discuss the Cougar defense and preparations for No. 14 Boise State.By KSL Newsradio.
The BYU football program is at the midway point of their 2019 season with a 2-4 record. Most people are ready to bury the Cougars already. Not doing that here at Cougar Tracks, but rather taking a big-picture look of how BYU can improve going forward.By KSL Newsradio.
Financial elderly abuse is hard to think about but is far too common. Alan Ormsby, State Director AARP Utah, says stealing money from those who have no chance to earn more is reprehensible. Find out how scammers put people 'under the ether' to get what they want. And discover the 3-Red Flags to watch for when someone calls you. You can follow t ...…
Jeremiah Jensen of KSL TV stops by to chat with Alex Kirry and Scott Mitchell about a multitude of topics. They discuss the Utah Jazz preseason woes, BYU football and its troubles, NFL officials and Utah State basketball being the favorites.By KSL Podcasts.
The talent gap between BYU and Utah football is getting bigger. How big is that gap exactly? Alex Kirry and Scott Mitchell talk about what creates that gap and how it could potentially be closed, if ever.By KSL Podcasts.
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