Wine-ing About Life
Averiel Bailey, Maxwell Cotton, and Darienne Debrule
Welcome to the “Utah Rewind!” Every week we dive into the stories behind some of our favorite movies filmed here in the beautiful state of Utah.
The Aftermath discusses changes that have occurred due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s a safe place where you can relate, learn, and prepare yourself for whatever comes next.
The “Pop Quarantine” podcast talks about how Pop Culture has been impacted by the Covid-19 Pandemic.
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“Studying Abroad” shares the stories of students who have left their homes in pursuit of a broader education. Eunice Jung examines the advantages and disadvantages of learning abroad. She also examines the difficulties students face due to cultural and language differences.
“Voice of Good” is a podcast that gives a voice to smaller, lesser-known non-profits to share their mission and their passion for change. In this episode, Cate Baker focuses on Circles Salt Lake. Circles Salt Lake is a 5-year-old non-profit that works with families to help them get out and stay out of poverty.
Host: Camille Baron
Title: Here’s to Our Twenties
“Here’s to Our Twenties” focuses on 20-year-olds who are learning from their mistakes as they begin to navigate adulthood. Camille Baron shares “life tips." Whether it's paying bills or having a work-life balance, it all takes some getting used to. This podcast ensures twenty-somethings don't feel like they're alone.
Host: Micah Bernard
Title: All Things Sports
In this episode of “All Things Sports,” Micah Bernard examines why athletes decide to become coaches. He interviews three members of the University of Utah Football Program to learn about their career journeys.
Host: Lia Bremer
Title: We Love Music...the podcast
“We Love Music...the podcast” focuses on the benefits of music. During this episode, Lia Bremer speaks with two experts about music education. They examine how it has changed over time with the advancement of technology. They also highlight the importance of music therapy.
Host: Gaetano Chiarenza
Do aliens exist? In this episode of “Aliens,” Gaetano Chiarenza takes a look at aliens in pop culture, in scientific fact and in conspiracy theories to determine if they do exist. Do you believe? Don’t make a decision before listening to this thrilling episode.
Host: Brooke Christenson
Title: Adventuring 801
In this episode of “Adventuring 801,” Brooke Christenson is talking about things to do in Salt Lake City. She focuses on things unique to our hometown and experiences you won’t find anywhere else. Won’t you adventure with us?
Host: Maxwell Cotton
Title: Better than Coffee
Motivation, it’s what gets us moving every morning of every day. In this episode of “Better than Coffee,” Maxwell Cotton learns what motivates a couple of University of Utah football players.
Host: Aria Fatahian
Title: Aria Talks Sports
In this episode of “Aria Talks Sports,” Aria Fatahian breaks down the GOAT debate between Michael Jordan and LeBron James. It’s a deep dive into the facts regarding the debate. The episode is purposefully set at 23 minutes to honor both men’s number in basketball.
Host: Justin Galletly
Title: Pop Up the Volume: A Pop-Culture Podcast
In the episode of “Pop Up the Volume,” Justin Galletly speaks with voice actress Dorothy Elias-Fahn who has been doing voice over for almost three decades. It’s an insightful conversation about her career and how she broke into the profession.
Host: Jaylene Gilstrap
Title: The Mental Aspect
Welcome to the “Mental Aspect,” in which we discuss the importance of mental health and the role it plays in sports. In this episode, Jaylene Gilstrap talks about gymnastics and the well-known case of the twisties. She speaks with Olympic medalists and a certified psychologist and athletic trainer here at the U.
Host: Tyler Jackson
Title: The Utah Rewind: Western Special
In this episode of “Utah Rewind,” Tyler Jackson explores the different genres of Western Movies. As he explores each era of Westerns, he highlights movies filmed in Utah and talks about the state’s contribution to the film industry.
Host: Jena James
Title: Someone Else’s Shoes
When listening to “Someone Else's Shoes,” you get to dive into the life of someone else, and really understand what it's like to be them. For this episode, trade in your dress shoes for a pair of jellies because we're throwing it back to our childhood days. Host Jena James shares conversations with four different children and gets the inside scoop on what it's like to be a kid, because– let's face it– after so many years, we seem to have forgotten what that is like.
Host: Ethan Pearce
Title: Covid’s Impact on Sports
This podcast focuses on the challenges and hurdles the sports world faced during the COVID-19 pandemic. Everyone was affected, not just players and coaches. Ethan Pearce discusses the impact it had on all the different people in the sports industry.
Host: Brian Preece
Title: GenZ Utah Jazz
The Utah Jazz headed into the 2021-22 NBA season with a bad taste in their mouths following last year’s unceremonious playoff exit. In this episode of “GenZ Utah Jazz,” Brian Preece talks with Quin Snyder, Jordan Clarkson, Donovan Mitchell, Mike Conley and several Jazz newcomers to get their feelings on the upcoming season and how they can put last year behind them.
Host: Rylee Steyee
Title: The Social Effect
The “Social Effect” is about all things “social”. This episode focuses on the effects of social media specifically surrounding young kids around the ages of 8-18. In this episode, Rylee Steyee interviews mother/daughter duo Emma and Stacee Worthen and how social media has affected both their high school experience and job working with kids both in middle and high schools in the Utah area.
Host: Kenzie Wilkinson
Title: Normal Brain
Welcome to “Normal Brain.” A safe place where you can hear other people’s stories and experiences with mental health. Listen to therapists, parents, teens, and people just like you, as we spread awareness to end the stigma surrounding mental health. This episode features the host Kenzie Wilkinson, her mother Heidi Wilkinson, mental health advocate Saige Glazier, and therapist Richard Sullivan. Trigger Warning: Note that sensitive topics are talked about that could trigger certain individuals. Make sure you are in a safe place physically and mentally before continuing.