Elaine Clark

Producer, RadioWest

Elaine Clark left her home state after finishing a BA in Folklore and Germanic Studies at Indiana University. She earned an MA in Middle East Studies from the University of Utah, which included a year of academic research and work for an education NGO in the West Bank. In her free time, Elaine dreams about her former days as a rugby fullback, wanders the desert and mountains with her husband and stepdaughter, and gets lost in historic fiction and original sources at every opportunity.

Ways To Connect

RadioWest 2013

Aug 28, 2013

An archive of RadioWest shows broadcast in 2013

RadioWest 2012

Aug 28, 2013

An archive of RadioWest broadcasts in 2012

RadioWest 2011

Aug 28, 2013

An archive of RadioWest shows broadcast in 2011

RadioWest 2010

Aug 28, 2013

An archive of RadioWest shows broadcast in 2010

RadioWest 2009

Aug 28, 2013

An archive of RadioWest shows broadcast in 2009.

Tuesday on RadioWest, we're telling the strange story of an 18th century experiment in education. Thomas Day was a wealthy poet and philosopher who ran in all the right circles, but he also dressed terribly, could hijack a conversation and had extreme ideas about women, even for the time. Not surprisingly, he didn't have a lot of luck with the ladies … so he decided the only way to find a mate was to train her himself. Journalist and author Wendy Moore joins guest host Elaine Clark to talk about her book How to Create the Perfect Wife.

KUER Programming Info

Apr 19, 2013

RadioWest and Science Friday have been preempted for NPR's special coverage of the developing story in Boston. Coverage will continue throughout the day.

At Noon, you can hear Science Friday live from Salt Lake City on our HD2 Stream. The stream can be found here:KUER 2 Stream

Heard it on RadioWest

Apr 18, 2013

RadioWest interviews many guests who have events in and around the state or in cyberspace. Trying to plan your month? Here's your guide to the lectures, screenings and other happenings you've heard on the show.