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Best Bonneville International podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Bonneville International podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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We hope to get inspired together; creating solutions and ideas that will improve our relationships, home, and community. We've found the very best experts to make up our team of Studio 5 Contributors, sharing their advice and solutions for improving our lives, our families and even our dinner menu! It's a show about everything we're interested in and it's all right here at home! Studio 5 is hosted by KSL's Brooke Walker. Please subscribe: http://ksl360.com/studio5-podcast
 
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Rivals
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Rivals is powered by BYU Athletics. Scott Mitchell and Jason Buck, past football rivals at the university and professional level, come together to talk life and sports. Scott Mitchell was a record setting quarterback at University of Utah. He then went on to play for Miami Dolphins, Detroit Lions, Baltimore Ravens, and Cincinnati Bengals. Jason Buck was drafted out of Brigham Young University in the first round of the NFL draft. He played on the defensive line for Cincinnati Bengals and Wash ...
 
Don't have the time to see a therapist? Just looking for some quick advice from a mental health professional? Counseling On Demand is like having your own private therapist, when and where you need it. Hosted by Dr. Fred Riley, each episode of Counseling On Demand breaks down complex issues and helps make sense of the problems that many of us face on a regular basis like depression, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, pornography addiction and substance dependence. Over the years, Dr. Riley ear ...
 
KSL Outdoors with Adam Eakle is a unique show that takes viewers on a journey through Utah’s beautiful back country. Adam Eakle was born and raised in Utah and has been fishing and hunting in Utah's outdoors since childhood. In his free time, Adam guides hunt for Elk, Deer and upland game. He is also an avid fly fisherman and loves to take his wife and kids boating on Utah’s many lakes and reservoirs. KSL's "Outdoors with Adam Eakle" airs Saturdays at 6:30 pm and midnight on NBC KSL-TV 5.
 
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Wine from Washington State and Beyond: Wine tasting, travel and destinations from the second largest wine producer in the United States. Join your hosts, Wannabe Wine Snobs Sandi and Dave for fun, light-hearted yet informative wine discussions alternating with in-depth storytelling and interview segments with wine industry professionals. Let's Decant this!
 
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Really Healthy
Weekly
 
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 ...
 
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2019 marked Charlie Hoppes’ 32nd wine vintage in Washington State. Today, he and his son Will Hoppes share their winemaking enterprise together. It’s a wonderful discussion about their history, present, and future of @Fidelitas. PLUS, we take you with us on our trip through Red Mountain’s Anelare and Hamilton Cellars—where Charlie is their wine ...…
 
The Utah Football team is good. Really good. And the national media is finally starting to recognize this special Utah football team. The cherry on top is that the Utes have a chance at College Football Playoff or Rose Bowl. Scott and Jason talk about the east coast bias and whether or not Utah can overcome it and get to their first ever Colleg ...…
 
Kalani Sitake received a contract extension through 2023. Scott and Jason think BYU needs to be honest with themselves about where they are and own independence. Scott also pointed out that part of the reason Sitake was extended is because of recruiting. Right now, things are as good as they can get at BYU but the guys think it needs to be better.…
 
Eric Munoz a walk on linebacker at Utah State got emotional after a stellar start. The first of his football career as a junior. It was touching to see football and teammates impact the young man so much. Scott and Jason are discussing the most emotional moments, good and bad, of their football careers from high school to the NFL.…
 
Scott and Jason agree Andy Ludwig has been beyond impressive this season for Utah, but has made him so great? Talent management. Tyler Huntley has been playing lights out, and part of it is that Andy Ludwig understands how to play to Huntley’s strengths, rather than sticking to his old playbook. Ludwig is a master at maximizing the talent he ha ...…
 
BYU is 4-4, which is close to the predictions Scott and Jason made preseason. The Cougars have had a very realistic season. They have been faced with plenty of adversity, especially at the quarterback position. Zach Wilson had surgery and Jaren Hall (his backup) has had two concussions. Baylor Romney, the current quarterback, is battling a foot ...…
 
As surprising as it feels, this is a real questions Ute fans are facing. Would you rather win the Rose Bowl or play for a National Title? Scott and Jason disagree on this. Scott lets nostalgia get to him. Jason explains that every year, every team should be playing like they’ll win a national title game.…
 
Is it the athletic director? Head coach? Quarterback? Lineman. None of the above. Scott and Jason are talking about the most important person (people) for any college football program to be successful long term. Scott and Jason share personal examples of the most important quality in a coaching staff. Being humble tops the list.…
 
We're a few days into November, and that means polls are opening soon. Do you feel like you have a grasp on the issues? Or do you need a little more info? While we often ask questions of our candidates, it's equally important to ask ourselves a few questions. Boyd Matheson shares five questions to ask yourself before you vote.…
 
It's become somewhat of a tradition around here to instigate a gratitude practice each November. It's the month we celebrate Thanksgiving, so what better time to reflect on what we're thankful for? We know gratitude is something many of you value and try to improve upon, so we're taking it back to the basics this year and throwing out a challen ...…
 
Bathroom linens. There are so many ways to go about them! You can go all out with an extra fold and a frilled out washcloth. Or, you can go the simple route with a clean, layered hand towel. Lauren Oviatt shares the towel formula that works for every bathroom.
 
Salmon is a healthy meal, and tasty too, if you're into it! Pair with butternut squash to infuse it with fall flavor for a nutritious, seasonal meal. Alex Daynes shares her recipe for baked salmon and roasted butternut squash.
 
Embroidery isn't just a stitch-and-display project anymore. We're taking it to the runway! Big brands are selling embroidered pieces for big bucks, but you can do it yourself for a quarter of the cost! Jennifer Riggs shares how to embroider your clothes to make a bold statement.
 
Halloween is prime time to pull out all the tricks in your bag! Spooky special effects will get the giggles from the kids, and will set the tone for a fun night! Richard Romney shares some cool science experiments that will bring on the Halloween vibes.
 
What is Halloween without a costume parade?! We brought in our whole Studio 5 family to show off their cute, fun, and clever dress-ups for 2019! The Studio 5 Contributors, friends, and Brooke's family all join in the spooky fashion show.
 
A Halloween dinner needs a few things. It should be warm, it should be packed with fall flavor, and it really needs to be fast. These four ideas check all of those boxes! Wendy Paul shares some fast dinners you can whip up before you hit the streets for some candy.
 
We love putting on this show by women, for women. But every now and then, we like to bring in a few men for a peek into their perspective. Our "What's He Thinking?" series is our time to catch up with three of our favorites. Frankie Corrigan, Alex Kirry, filling in for Stephen Jones, and Sam Beeson shares their thoughts on some popular topics o ...…
 
Getting the kids all dressed up has to get you thinking about your own Halloween costumes over the years! We asked our team to take a trip down memory lane and pick out their favorite childhood Halloween costume.Mindy Dunyon, Chelsea Fairbourn, and Stephanie Bryson share the best looks from years past.…
 
In this episode of Rivals Scott and Jason discuss whether or not they believe BYU and Utah State are rivals. The teams meet this weekend in Logan. The disagreement between the two in this episode comes from the definition of “rivalry.” All of our in state rivalries seem to only exist because of proximity and closeness. None of the teams are in ...…
 
Scott and Jason are both truly enamored by Utah’s defense. Kyle Whittingham’s Utes shutout Cal last weekend and now they are heading to Seattle for probably their biggest game of the season against the University of Washington. Jason said one key to the defensive success is their confidence. They are confident that there are no weak spots in th ...…
 
You can't go wrong with a scone. Add in some of your favorite fall flavors and you really can't go wrong! Chef Lesli Sommerdorf with Harmons shares how to make tasty pumpkin scones.
 
It might be just a little too late to buy and set up a spooky projector. But there is still some cool, high tech Halloween fun you probably have in your house right now! Amy Iverson shares some fun ways to use gadgets you already have for some Halloween night spooks.
 
A Utah mom noticed that, once her son hit 16, she didn't see him as often. He was out with friends or at practice, so she decided to do something about it. Carol Huff shares how she gathers her son and his friends for Waffle Wednesdays.
 
Christmas before Halloween is even over gets mixed reactions. But we're telling you that when it comes to cute holiday decor, you gotta get it before it's gone! Mindy Dunyon shares the holiday lines to look out for before they're off store shelves.
 
You know those houses that go all out for Halloween? The ones that are decked out in spiderwebs and skeletons? Well, the owner of one such house is dishing her secrets for success! Emilie Peterson shares how to DIY an ultimate Halloween house.
 
Goals are a big part of life. We all have them, we all try hard to achieve them. And if we keep working at it, they can become habits. But if you've ever failed at a goal, you know that is easier said than done. Dr. Matt Townsend shares his four tricks that will help you turn goals into habits.
 
The BYU Cougars head to Logan, Utah this weekend to take on the Utah State Aggies. Jason Buck has said this is a trap game for the Cougs and they MUST take the Aggies seriously. The guys also talk about how the Aggies will (or should) prepare if they don’t know who BYU will start at quarterback. Jason said for Kalani to keep his job, they must win.…
 
BYU defensive back Dayan Ghanwoloku talked about playing in Logan this weekend and what he expected, he started some light trash talk about dairy farms in Logan. Jason Buck wonders when these young kids will learn their lesson about trash talk. Scott just doesn’t understand what in the world the dairy farms have to do with BYU’s upcoming game a ...…
 
We all go through hard times, and one Utah couple has really weathered life's storms. Through it all, they have stayed strong under the banner of faith. Jon and Bonnie Jeppson share the lessons they have learned through the adversity of life.
 
It happens everyday. The kids come home from school in a whirlwind. They're tired, they're hungry, and you're more stressed than ever! Jamie Cook and Shannon Lyon share solutions for the daily witching hour.
 
We love taking a look at the creative genius at work. And this She Makes It is actually, a They Make It! A Utah couple uses their creative brains together to make amazing works of art. Steve and Tonya Vistaunet share how they took on a massive mural for a new bakery opening up in Utah County.
 
The clock is ticking! We're getting closer and closer to Halloween, and if your not quite satisfied with the state of your decor, here's an idea for you. It takes just minutes to make, so really, there's no excuse not add a festive touch to your home! Arlene Alvey shares how to make some spooky ghosts under glass, and some life size ghosts too!…
 
Lasagna is our favorite Italian comfort food. Combine that with a fall soup and you've got yourself a perfect cozy dinner! Tom Hackett shares the recipe for a hearty, comforting Lasagna Soup.
 
It's easy to pick up a pumpkin bucket from the dollar store. Or, let's be honest, out of storage. But get a little creative this year! Give your little ballerina a tutu bag, or your astronaut a rocket. Kris Thurgood shares simple ways to make a tricked-out treat bag for the candy gathering festivities.…
 
Every classroom party needs a good treat. Got time to go homemade? Go for it. Need to pick something up in a hurry? Not a problem. This idea fits either need. Amy Perkins shares how to dip rice krispies in chocolate candy melts for a creative classroom treat.
 
We live in a time where we are constantly connected. But we are still feeling loneliness and isolation all the time. So it's time we broke through those surface relationships and forged deeper connections. Dr. Matt Townsend shares four do's that will help us create deep relationships.
 
The littles love the pumpkin patch. And they can be entertained with the simplest of activities. But when they get up to 13 or 14, they're looking for something more exciting. Melisa Osmond shares five fun Halloween activities for pre-teens.
 
Homemade root beer is good. Creme soda is great. But if you serve black creme soda at you Halloween event? You'll be the coolest hostess around! Amy Richardson shares everything you'll need to pull of an All Donuts Eve party.
 
Adoption can be a huge blessing for a lot of families. And nowadays, there are a lot of options when it comes to adopting a child. Dr. Liz Hale shares a personal story about adoption that came full circle.
 
It's the end of the week, and we like to round it out on a high note. Great News is a chance to reflect on some of the positive, uplifting stories from the past seven days. Shara Park and Dan Rascon share the highlights that stood out this week.
 
There are so many activities to enjoy in October! If we were to sit down and write them out, we would probably be here until the end of the month. Britney Anderson shares five of her favorite kid-friendly Halloween activities, some of which are free!
 
Bring a little life to your Halloween decor! Grab a skull from the craft store, bundle up some flowers, and you've just made a pretty, yet festive, holiday centerpiece. Brynn Larsen shares how to put together your own sugar skull flower arrangements.
 
You remember the leg warmers, the leotards, the punchy music? Well guess what? Pull out those Jane Fonda tapes, because some of those retro workout moves are a great way to get your heart pumping! Melanie Douglass shares which ones to bring back, and what you should leave in the past.
 
Frost, freeze, roll! These three steps make decorating the cake just as much fun as eating it! Choose your favorite Halloween shape, roll on some sprinkles, and you've got yourself a festive dessert to serve up. Mandy Merriman shares the method for making peek-a-boo stripes on this cute treat.
 
Do you print? Do you email? The arena of invitations has gotten a little complicated in the digital age. They can be made online, but do you send it out digitally, or deliver in person? Chelsey Curtis shares when to print and when to send, and some great places to make cute invitations.
 
Dyslexia is about more than flipping letters around. In fact, that has nothing to do with this learning disability. It's more about language, and there are some early signs you can pick up on. Dr. Adam Schwebach shares what to look for, and how to help a child with dyslexia.
 
Scott is in awe that BYU beat Boise State but couldn’t beat South Florida. Jason is just happy, calling it a fantastic win. They agree on one thing - it was shocking. They guys get real and talk about how inconsistent the 2019-20 BYU Cougars are. They also talk Baylor Romney and the offensive changes. Was there someone new calling offensive pla ...…
 
It's a favorite bread for sandwich making, and before now, you might have picked it up at your local bakery. But you can make this chewy, savory, foccacia bread with your own two hands! Amber Eggett shares the recipe for the best foccacia you've ever had!
 
Men and women communicate differently. We know this. And it is even true when it comes to emails. When a woman writes in a certain way, it can be received in a differently. Carly Hazen shares six things to never write in an email.
 
We're about a week out from the first big holiday of the season. If you're the extra-mile room mom, you'll be on the lookout for some over-the-top fun for the classroom Halloween party. Maria Eckersley shares three unique game ideas, and a way to do treats without the mess.
 
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