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Debriefing Dark

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Ever wonder what goes on in the head of a journalist? --- Born as they are to ask the hard questions and make sense of the answers, having the tables turned on them, making them the subject of the interview, is not exactly a sweet spot for most print journalists. Stephen Dark found this out firsthand as a guest of a recent edition of KRCL 90.9 FM Radioactive, hosted by Nick Burns.

Our U.K.-born tango-dancing senior staff writer comes to Utah by way of Argentina, with a world view like none other. If the heat's got you beat this weekend, listen to the gentle grilling of Stephen Dark here.