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They are some of the most prominent people in our society: actors, entertainers, government leaders, athletes and other fascinating individuals - the people you want to hear more from. I'm Bob Evans with FOX 13 News in Salt Lake City, and my goal is to give my guests a place to offer deeper, more substantial answers to questions you won't hear anywhere else. We take those answers, whittle them down and call them "3 Questions with Bob Evans" on TV, but, on this podcast, you get the whole enchilada - the entire interview from which we create our "3 Questions" segment. So, turn it up, listen closely, and prepare to be intrigued, informed and enlightened.

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Jeff Flake

Jeff Flake

2019-06-1700:25:30

Faced with that choice, Senator Flake realized he was in a no-win situation. FOX 13's Bob Evans sits down with former Senator Jeff Flake for a 3 Questions Interview.
Nathan Ivie

Nathan Ivie

2019-06-0300:36:34

There is an inner conflict that can occur inside those in the gay community prior to coming out. They may be living life according to the expectations of family and friends, but there is often a civil war of sorts going on inside them. And not until those very private thoughts and feelings become public, are they able to feel more at peace with who they feel they are and who they feel they were meant to be. Nathan Ivie was raised as a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, in Utah. His father is a cowboy. Nathan is a cowboy. His father works the land. Nathan works the land. And although he felt attracted to boys as a young age, Nathan grew up fulfilling the expectations of others; serving an LDS mission, marrying a woman, and having two children. Not until May of 2019, did he feel he was ready to finally declare how he really feels about himself and his sexual orientation. And as a County Commissioner in arguably the most conservative county in the country, his decision will have personal, professional, and political ramifications.FOX 13’s Bob Evans explored with him his decision to come out as gay.
Steven Collis

Steven Collis

2019-05-2700:33:48

It is one of the biggest and most significant debates of modern times.Whether you believe in God.. or not.. religious liberty is a two edged sword.. that touches the lives of believers and non-believers alike.From the sanctity of the confessional.. to the refusal to provide a cake for a gay wedding.. balancing the interests of all parties is a challenge unique to the legal system of the United States.In his new book “Deep Conviction”.. attorney and author Steven Collis examines the evolution of religious freedom in America.. and how the courts have searched for the ideals of religious neutrality.. that the founding fathers had in mind.I sat down with him in May of 2019.. for a 3 Questions interview.
Sharlene Wells Hawkes

Sharlene Wells Hawkes

2019-05-2000:28:43

 It has been 34 years since Sharlene Wells Hawkes was crowned Miss America in what was widely viewed at the time as an antidote to a pageant scandal the previous year.For the then-20-year-old from Provo, it was an achievement that opened the door to remarkable opportunities, including a 16-year career in network broadcasting and telling the stories of U.S. veterans.And while her professional life has been full, she relishes time with her own family.
Sean Escobar

Sean Escobar

2019-05-1300:46:56

Child sex abuse is a plague on out society. It ruins lives and devastates its victims. It crosses all socio- economic boundaries. The Sundance Film Festival co-founder, and LDS church filmmaker Sterling Van Wagenen pleaded guilty to abusing a young girl from 2013 to 2015. But before that, he molested a 13-year-old boy in 1993 named Sean Escobar who was one of Van Wagenen's sons best friends.Sean Escobar is all grown up now, with children of his own, but he still has haunting memories of that awful night at Van Wagenen's house 26 years ago.Fox 13's Bob Evans sat down with Escobar for this 3 Questions interview.
Glenn Stucki

Glenn Stucki

2019-05-0600:30:13

Don’t call him “disabled”. Call him “abled”. A devastating jet ski injury when he was 11 years old changed Glenn Stucki’s life forever. In a coma for six weeks, he finally emerged partially paralyzed, and with a severe brain injury. But Glenn inspired thousands and thousands of people, as he has fought back to become an amazing artist, painting pictures of superheroes, and giving them away to hospitals, those down on their luck, and anyone who needs an emotional boost. He co-founded the Change4Love Foundation, and has authored the book “My Smile Is My Superpower”, which is flying off the shelves. FOX 13’s Bob Evans sat down to interview this young man whose infectious spirit will captivate and inspire you.
Jennifer Napier-Pearce

Jennifer Napier-Pearce

2019-04-2400:21:03

In the digital age, newspapers around the country are struggling to make ends meet. Built on the subscription/print advertising business model, community newspapers are watching their vital numbers fall, even as their online audience continues to grow. But monetizing the growing online audience is a challenge, especially when the online “pie” is split in so many, many ways.  It’s especially troublesome when large corporations and investor groups buy up smaller newspapers, and concentrate not on serving the community, but on the bottom line. The sacrificial lamb becomes real journalism, and the public’s interest. Rather than producing stories that hold local business and government leaders accountable, with smaller staffs and fewer resources, newspapers run the risk of having to produce stories that either fit a corporate agenda, or have diminished societal clout. What is the answer? FOX 13’s Bob Evans sat down with Salt Lake Tribune Editor Jennifer Napier-Pearce for a 3 Questions interview.
France Davis

France Davis

2019-04-1600:33:41

France Davis came to Utah in 1972 to fulfill a one year teaching fellowship at the University of Utah. But he wound up staying to become the Pastor and Chief Administrator of Calvary Baptist Church in Salt Lake City. As you might guess.. life for a black man in the very Caucasian Utah.. was interesting to say the least. After being active in the civil rights movement in the 1960’s, he brought his sense of social justice to an area of the country that hadn’t had much experience with it. And, like so many other places in the United States, it still needs help.
Richard Norby

Richard Norby

2019-04-0800:30:34

When Richard Norby accompanied three other missionaries for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to the Brussels airport on March 22, 2016, he had no idea he and his companions would nearly be killed in two suicide bombings at the airport that morning.32 people were killed that day. About 200 were injured.Norby was about 25 feet away from the first terrorist who detonated himself, and was the most seriously injured of his group. But rather than remaining a victim of this horrific act, he became a survivor.In this full 3 Questions with Bob Evans interview, Richard Norby explains how he found peace in what happened, even as he lay bleeding on the floor of the airport, unable to escape. He also lays out the difference between a victim, and a survivor.
Virginia Pearce

Virginia Pearce

2019-04-0100:19:01

At $320 million in taxable sales, the motion picture industry's contribution to Utah's $82 billion economy may seem relatively small. But there is no question it is one of the highest-profile industries in the state. Over the past six or seven decades, Utah has been featured in some of the biggest movies ever made, prompting untold numbers of visitors to come and experience firsthand some of the most beautiful places on the planet.It is no small task marketing Utah to filmmakers, and that responsibility falls to the Utah Film Commission. I sat down with Commission Director Virginia Pearce in March of 2019 for this "3 Questions" interview."
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deannerjones@msn.com

incredible interview! thank you!!

Apr 3rd
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