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July 31: Sex on TV; Food bank crisis; Golden anniversary

Posted - Jul. 31, 2011 at 9:00 a.m.



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In this Sunday Edition, Scott Haws discusses why there is so much sex on television and what effect it has on teenagers. Hear what Hal Boyd, a writer for the Deseret News, says about the issues, as well as what Melissa Henson of the Parents Television Council is doing to push back. Also, the Utah Food Bank is quickly running out of supplies. Hear Chief Marketing Officer Ginette Bott of the Utah Food Bank discuss the organization's current needs and how others can help. And finally, the Utah Shakespeare Festival celebrates its golden anniversary. Carole Mikita discusses the festival's changes over the years with Richard Piatt.

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