New Radio Show Makes Family History Fun

by | Sep. 12, 2013

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He calls himself a "radio roots sleuth" and his listeners are referred to as "genies." There are interviews with genealogists, tips, links to videos and articles with incredible stories, and the overall goal is to relish connecting with your heritage.

Welcome to "Extreme Genes: Family History Radio."

Longtime Salt Lake City personality Scott Fisher has created a new radio show and website (Extremegenes.com) aimed at showing how amusing and interesting family history can be. The show airs for one hour on KRNS 105.7 AM and 570 AM each Sunday at 6 p.m. Fisher considers the website to be something like a Drudge Report for family history news geared for a wide audience.

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