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Joker and Batman
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As a young Batman fanatic, Michael Uslan hated the campy Adam West 'Batman' TV show of the 1960s.
Gerda Saunders embarks on a journey of self-discovery and inquiry as the effects of dementia slowly unravels her identity. A teacher and scientist by trade and grounded in reality, Gerda invites us into her memory loss experience with nuance, poetry and vulnerability.

Watch The Gerda That Remains from RadioWest Films and PBS Utah.
  • No matter what side of the abortion debate you are on, there's no doubt that the recent SCOTUS decision is a sea change. The question is: What does it mean for pregnant people in Utah?
  • Imagine yourself in the middle of a forest. When you look at that forest, what do you see?
  • “'The Lost City of Z' meets 'The Da Vinci Code'” meets cinematic history meets your summer adventure daydreams.
  • The poet and journalist Melissa Bond had terrible insomnia. Her doctor prescribed Ativan, a benzodiazepine. Then her life fell apart.
  • Queer people have worked at all levels of our nation’s politics and government. But in the mid 20th century, when being queer was vilified — and often associated with Communism, Nazism, and plotting against America — coming out was tantamount to social obliteration and career annihilation. So people hid.
  • Water policy shapes how we live in the West, and for years, we’ve carried on, changing very little in our water consumption, even in the face of megadroughts, increasing population density and shrinking lakes and rivers.
  • In the 1970’s 63% of Utahns were in favor of the Equal Rights Amendment until The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints opposed it.
  • It’s through the senses of taste, sight, hearing, smell, and touch that we perceive the world around us. But just how reliable, really, are those senses?
  • In 1957, Elia Kazan’s film about a media influencer was received with unfavorable reviews. Viewed in 2022, A Face in the Crowd seems absolutely prescient.
  • The climate scientist and writer Giulio Boccaletti makes the case that the history of human civilization is inextricably tied to one simple and yet powerful force: water.
No matter what side of the abortion debate you are on, there's no doubt that the recent SCOTUS decision is a sea change. The question is: What does it mean for pregnant people in Utah?
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