Austrailian rocker Courtney Barnett's long-awaited second solo album, "Tell Me How You Really Feel," was just released on Mom + Pop records on Friday.LEARN MORE
Monday, May 21: SL County DA Sim Gill on probation and parole in Zion. Utah lawmakers complete May interim committee meetings, so RadioActive gets an update from The League of Women Voters of Utah and HEAL Utah. Plus, mental health and addiction with Dr. Amy del Garza. Hosts: Lara Jones and Billy Palmer.
Tuesday, May 22: Community organizers take the mic, including Black Lives Matter Utah, SLC Brown Berets and MMIWhosismissing. Plus, The Road Home’s Matt Minkevitch on the scathing legislative audit of the non-profit’s operations, and the UMFA’s exhibition of works by Chiura Obata, including pieces completed during his internment at the Topaz War Relocation Center, located 16 miles from Delta, Utah. Hosts: Lara Jones and Ma Black.
Wednesday, May 23: The future of Scouting in Zion. Plus, Night: a ballet by Color Animal & Municipal Ballet Co., and Moms Demand Action - UT want you to #WearOrange. Hosts: Lara Jones and Nick Burns.
Thursday, May 24: Comedy comes to RadioActive with Barbara Gray, who returns to Utah this week to record her first comedy album. Plus, comics Jay Whittaker and Natashia Mower join Gray for a panel discussion about political correctness, race, #MeToo and other comedy bombs. Hosts: Lara Jones, Billy Palmer and Eric Nelson, host of KRCL’s Knock Knock Comedy Hour.
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