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A program dedicated to bringing wit and wisdom to movie-goers everywhere. Since 1985, well-respected citizens have hung their heads in shame as they admit that they listen to and even love this odd compilation of movie entertainment.

A program dedicated to bringing wit and wisdom to movie-goers everywhere. Since 1985, well-respected citizens have hung their heads in shame as they admit that they listen to and even love this odd compilation of movie entertainment.
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Salt Lake City, UT

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A program dedicated to bringing wit and wisdom to movie-goers everywhere. Since 1985, well-respected citizens have hung their heads in shame as they admit that they listen to and even love this odd compilation of movie entertainment.

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English


Episodes

Senator Mike Lee on Tax Reform

11/17/2017
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Senator Mike Lee joins Doug Wright to talk about the fight for tax reform in the Senate. He addresses the controversy between Senator Orrin Hatch and Senator Sherrod Brown, discusses some of the controversies associated with the Senate's bill, and shares his view on if the bill has a good chance of passing. The Doug Wright Show is hosted by KSL News Radio's Doug Wright, who also hosts the infamous KSL Movie Show. KSL News Radio is part of Bonneville Media and based in Salt Lake City, Utah....

Duration: 00:06:59


FM 100.3 launches Christmas music in Utah

11/17/2017
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FM100.3 flipped the switch to its annual holiday music programming this morning. FM100.3 features all-Christmas music, 24-7, now through Christmas day. Songs from iconic artists like Bing Crosby, Andy Williams, and Burl Ives are blended with contemporary stars including Mariah Carey, Michael Buble and Kelly Clarkson. KSL NewsRadio's Doug Wright participated in the flipping of the switch - he talks to FM 100 host Rebecca Cressman about the joy Christmas tunes bring to Utahns.

Duration: 00:05:41


Who actually benefits from the GOP tax plan?

11/17/2017
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So what exactly happened in the House and tax reform? People are still unsure if the House bill will actually benefit the middle class. Doug breaks down the information so you know exactly where we stand at this time. Also, Doug breaks down a heated exchange between Senator Orrin Hatch and Senator Sherrod Brown in the Senate Finance Committee over the Senate's version of tax reform. The Doug Wright Show is hosted by KSL News Radio's Doug Wright, who also hosts the infamous KSL Movie Show....

Duration: 00:18:49


Real Salt Lake scores pro women's soccer team

11/16/2017
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Real Salt Lake owner Dell Loy Hansen, Sandy Mayor Tom Dolan, and Utah Governor Gary Herbert announced that pro women's soccer would be coming to the Rio Tinto Stadium in 2018. This is a huge victory for female athletes in the state of Utah. Hear the full announcement on the Doug Wright Show. The Doug Wright Show is hosted by KSL News Radio's Doug Wright, who also hosts the infamous KSL Movie Show. KSL News Radio is part of Bonneville Media and based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Don’t forget to...

Duration: 00:17:16


What should happen to Al Franken?

11/16/2017
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This morning pictures of Al Franken appearing to grope a woman while she was sleeping came to light after Leeann Tweeden, the woman in the picture, accused Franken of sexual misconduct. What should happen to Franken? KSL NewsRadio's Doug Wright analyzes the situation on KSL NewsRadio. The Doug Wright Show is hosted by KSL News Radio's Doug Wright, who also hosts the infamous KSL Movie Show. KSL News Radio is part of Bonneville Media and based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Don’t forget to review...

Duration: 00:15:16


Lawmakers beef up prescription drug database

11/16/2017
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On Wednesday, state lawmakers looked at a beefed-up version of the state's drug database that aims to help prevent those prescribed opioids from becoming addicted. Starting Thursday, the Utah Controlled Substance Database will be faster and up to national standards. The database program was put into effect in 1995 and records controlled substances that are prescribed so health care professionals can look up a patient's prescription history. KSL NewsRadio's Doug Wright talks to Rep. Brad Daw...

Duration: 00:06:27


Utah lawmakers look to require anti-harassment training for lobbyists

11/16/2017
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Utah requires lawmakers and staff to undergo training about harassment based on sex, religion, race or other factors, but not lobbyists who frequent the Capitol and meet privately with lawmakers and staff. A panel of Utah lawmakers rejected a proposal Wednesday that would have required lobbyists to undergo annual anti-harassment training in order to be licensed to lobby at the state Capitol. The proposal, which could still be considered and passed during the upcoming Legislative session,...

Duration: 00:23:48


John Curtis, Mia Love on GOP Tax Bill

11/16/2017
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Republicans rammed a $1.5 trillion overhaul of business and personal income taxes through the House Thursday, edging toward the code's biggest rewrite in three decades and the first major legislative triumph for President Donald Trump and the GOP after 10 bumpy months of controlling government. KSL NewsRadio's Doug Wright talks to Representatives John Curtis and Mia Love as they anticipate voting for the piece of legislation. The Doug Wright Show is hosted by KSL News Radio's Doug Wright,...

Duration: 00:18:28


Why victims of sexual assault wait to report their attackers

11/16/2017
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This morning pictures of Al Franken appearing to grope a woman while she was sleeping came to light after Leeann Tweeden, the woman in the picture, accused Franken of sexual misconduct. The incident happened in 2006. Earlier this month, allegations against Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, and Alabama Judge Roy Moore surfaced from victims who were stepping forward years, even decades later. When KSL NewsRadio reported each of these stories, listeners wanted to know why victims of sexual...

Duration: 00:08:49


Rep. Mia Love (R-UT) responds to Al Franken pictures

11/16/2017
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This morning pictures of Al Franken appearing to grope a woman while she was sleeping came to light after Leeann Tweeden, the woman in the picture, accused Franken of sexual misconduct. Utah Congresswoman Mia Love gives her reaction to the pictures and talks to KSL NewsRadio's Doug Wright about the Republican tax plan that is poised to pass the House today. In regards to Franken, Love tells Doug "it's sickening: the marginalizing of women, the treating them as sexual objects, feeling like...

Duration: 00:13:06


Update on Utah's new prison site

11/16/2017
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We are getting closer to a new state prison in Salt Lake County. KSL NewsRadio's Doug Wright talks to Senator Jerry Stevenson about where we are in the process and what happens next. The Doug Wright Show is hosted by KSL News Radio's Doug Wright, who also hosts the infamous KSL Movie Show. KSL News Radio is part of Bonneville Media and based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Don’t forget to review and subscribe to the Doug Wright Show podcast on iTunes. Or follow Doug on Twitter and Instagram...

Duration: 00:10:39


The last time we expelled a Senator was shortly after the Civil War

11/15/2017
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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says that if Alabama Judge Roy Moore is elected to the Senate, he likely be expelled. If that happens, however, we are going into uncharted water - the last time a Senator was expelled was shortly after the Civil War when the Senators were going after Confederates. KSL NewsRadio's Doug Wright talks about the history behind expulsions and what could actually happen if Moore is elected to the Senate. The Doug Wright Show is hosted by KSL News Radio's Doug...

Duration: 00:07:12


Talking turkey: Weber County charities need more birds for Thanksgiving

11/15/2017
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With a little more than a week to go, now is a good time to buy your Thanksgiving turkey — and, this year, you might consider buying two. Charity organizations in Weber County say the need for turkeys and other food donations is big this year, but, so far, the number of contributions has been small. KSL NewsRadio's Doug Wright talks to Maresha Bosgieter, director of Catholic Community Services of Northern Utah about the turkey shortage and what you can do to help. The Doug Wright Show is...

Duration: 00:10:07


Cool or creepy? New digital drug lets your doctor know if you've been taking your meds

11/15/2017
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The FDA approved a new pill that uses a sensor to let your doctor know whether or not you've taken your meds.​ Each pill has a sensor the size of a grain of sand that communicates with a wearable patch when it is activated by the liquids inside a patient's stomach. The patch then syncs with a smart phone app that lets your doctor see whether or not you've been taking your prescriptions. Right now, the pill can be used to treat schizophrenia, but scientists see more uses for the invention in...

Duration: 00:25:42


5 reasons Roy Moore should not be a senator (besides the sexual assault allegations)

11/15/2017
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Alabama Judge Roy Moore is all over the headlines this week following allegations that he sexually assaulted teenage girls in his home state. He needs to drop out of the race for the United States Senate. If you're still not sure whether or not he needs to step aside, KSL NewsRadio's Doug Wright has a list of reasons Moore is a terrible candidate, even if you don't count the sexual misconduct. The Doug Wright Show is hosted by KSL News Radio's Doug Wright, who also hosts the infamous KSL...

Duration: 00:22:59


Chris Stewart denounces Roy Moore

11/15/2017
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Utah Congressman Chris Stewart announced on CNN that Alabama Judge Roy Moore should "absolutely withdraw his name" from the Senate race, stating that even if Moore were to continue running, there's no path forward. This statement comes after controversy surrounding allegations that Moore sexually preyed on teenage girls. KSL NewsRadio's Doug Wright talks to Stewart about the response Republicans should take regarding Moore and what would happen if he were to actually be elected. The Doug...

Duration: 00:09:07


A BLM Headquarters could be headed to Salt Lake

11/15/2017
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Salt Lake City could be the new headquarters for the Bureau of Land Management. If moved to Utah, the BLM would have better accessibility to Western public lands and the challenges they face. KSL NewsRadio's Doug Wright talks to Representative Rob Bishop about what the likelihood is of this happening, and if so, what the timeline looks like. The Doug Wright Show is hosted by KSL News Radio's Doug Wright, who also hosts the infamous KSL Movie Show. KSL News Radio is part of Bonneville Media...

Duration: 00:12:38


No more homework? One school says yes please!

11/14/2017
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Jeremy Ranch Elementary in Park City will no longer issue any homework (other than daily reading) to its students. They cite research that says homework is not beneficial to elementary school students as the reasoning behind the decision, and if students at Jeremy Ranch excel without added homework, the other schools in Park City School District will follow suit. Do you think this is a good idea? Weigh in on the Doug Wright Show on KSL NewsRadio. The Doug Wright Show is hosted by KSL News...

Duration: 00:03:50


Highlights from Jeff Sessions' testimony

11/14/2017
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A defiant Attorney General Jeff Sessions told Congress on Tuesday he never lied under oath about Russian interference in the 2016 election and said sleep deprivation and the "chaos" of the Trump campaign clouded his recollections of campaign contacts with Russians. Sessions sought to explain away apparent contradictions in his public statements by portraying President Donald Trump's campaign as an exhausting operation and said he could not be expected to remember specific encounters from...

Duration: 00:09:33


Persuading Mitt Romney to make a Senate run

11/14/2017
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​Now is the time for Mitt Romney to run for the U.S. Senate, several state lawmakers said Monday at an event held at the state Capitol to promote an online petition urging Romney to get in the race. Senator Dan Hemmert, the founder of the petition, says he wants Mitt Romney to run even if Senator Orrin Hatch decides to seek another term in office. KSL NewsRadio's Doug Wright talks to Hemmert about the idea to start a petition and what he hopes it will accomplish. The Doug Wright Show is...

Duration: 00:08:30

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