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December 07, 2023 02:19 PM
Darin Scott is the writer, director, producer and an actor in “The Oath.” The movie is about The Book of Mormon prophet, Moroni. We learn how the film grew Scott’s testimony, what it meant for him to play the role of Moroni and what Scott hopes for the film.
December 07, 2023 12:28 PM
The Rexburg community is invited to experience the yearly BYU-Idaho Swinging Christmas concert. Toe-tapping and dancing will be encouraged at this live music event. Find out more need-to-know information about this holiday-themed dance including special guest appearances

December 06, 2023 02:27 PM
Each month, a group gets together at Pocatello’s Second Saturday Contra Dance. The event first started in Pocatello in the ‘90s. Luann Claussen, an event organizer, talked with BYU-Idaho Radio about the event, what contra dance is and what people can expect when they come.
December 04, 2023 05:39 PM
Elizabeth Lowham is an author and member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who writes in the fantasy genre for young adult audiences. She joined BYU-Idaho Radio to discuss her latest book, “Beauty Reborn,” a retelling of “Beauty and the Beast.” Lowham talked about why the fantasy genre is so important and also about what finally pushed her to write a “Beauty and the Beast” spin-off.
November 30, 2023 03:52 PM
Daris Howard is a mathematics professor at BYU-Idaho. On the side, he enjoys studying the scriptures and writing about his studies. He has written 27 books, the latest of which is “Insights into the Scriptures: The Jaredites.” In an interview with BYU-Idaho, he talked about the writing and studying process and what he learned from his research.
November 27, 2023 01:07 PM
Author, Gail Grant Park, met with BYU-Idaho Radio to talk about her latest book, “We Are Shadows: An Irish Ghost Story.” She talks about the process of writing the novel and how her own experiences are woven throughout its pages.
November 22, 2023 01:00 PM
Reuben J. Appelman is an author with a focus on true crime. His latest book, “While Idaho Slept: The Hunt for Answers in the Murders of Four College Students,” dives into the murders of four University of Idaho students that took place in November of 2022. In an interview with BYU-Idaho Radio, Appelman discussed what it’s like to write a book like this, how it affects him and more.
November 16, 2023 02:24 PM
Michelle Dennis Christensen is an author and speaker. Her new memoir is called “Mirrors of Jesus: Finding Parallels of Christ in our Lives.” In an interview with BYU-Idaho Radio, Christensen shared what drove her to write this book and the meaning behind the title of her book.
November 15, 2023 06:09 PM
Greg Wrubell is perhaps best known as the voice of BYU sports. Wrubell is the play-by-play broadcaster for BYU men’s basketball, football, women’s soccer and baseball. Along with his broadcasting duties, he currently serves as the director of Broadcast Media at BYU. Prior to his being hired at BYU in July 2016, Wrubell worked for KSL Newsradio from October 1989 to July 2016.
November 13, 2023 03:26 PM
This year marks the 57th edition of the Festival of Trees in Idaho Falls. The festival gives residents the chance to buy a Christmas tree while supporting DWI, formerly the Development Workshop. Mike O’Bleness, the president of the festival, talked with BYU-Idaho Radio about the history of the festival and what it has to offer.