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Utah Weekly Forum with Rebecca Cressman

Utah Weekly Forum is a Public Affairs Program hosted each week by National and Local Award Winning Personality Rebecca Cressman. UWF is a program dedicated to raising awareness for non-profit organizations, local charities, humanitarian groups, special events and anybody willing to improve lives and communities across the world. Download and Podcast Utah Weekly Forum from FM 100.3
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Now displaying: October, 2018
Oct 20, 2018

Award winning composer and musician Kurt Bestor joins FM100.3's Rebecca Cressman in this episode of Utah Weekly Forum. As Bestor creates his 31st annual Christmas concert series in Utah and beyond, this year his music and show will focus on peace on earth and respite for the soul during the holidays. He and his band will also be visiting local hospitals and care centers as they extend the gift of peace that music brings. Details are on KurtBestor.com 

Oct 14, 2018

Filmed in Utah and Illinois, "Jane and Emma" focuses on the distinct lives of two women in the 1840s brought together by faith. Listen as story writer Zandra Vranes, screenwriter Melissa Leilani Larson, and FM100.3's Rebecca Cressman discuss how this fictional story of two iconic historical figures, Jane Manning and Emma Smith, reveals the complexities of friendship, faith, and prejudice. 

Oct 7, 2018

In her first role in a film, Mapleton, Utah actress Elise Jones captured the classic role of the youngest sister, Amy, in the new modern retelling of the famous classic novel "Little Women." In this episode of Utah Weekly Forum, Elise and her mother Kellie Jones join FM100.3 host Rebecca Cressman to share Elise's experience behind the scenes as the movie now in nationwide release brings back the classic themes of sisterhood, dreams, and the challenges of coming of age in a more modern age.

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