KSL TV fills general conference weekend with exclusive programming
Provided by KSL TV
SALT LAKE CITY — In addition to broadcasting the 184th Annual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, KSL TV-Channel 5 is providing a full schedule of unique and exclusive programming in between sessions.
On Saturday, April 5, viewers will be able to see the following programs:
9:30 a.m. — "History of the Saints: Lucy Mack Smith" — This program focuses on the life of Lucy Mack Smith, mother of LDS Church prophet Joseph Smith.
Noon — "World Report of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints" — A 60-minute report of happenings of LDS members around the world.
1 p.m. — "Finding Forgiveness" — A fatal car accident and its resulting emotional journey to forgiveness changes the lives of two families forever.
1:30 p.m. — "Scriptures Legacy" — Narrated by Elder D. Todd Christofferson of the Quorum of the Twelve, this 30-minute program focuses on the sacrifices made throughout history to preserve the word of God. The program was inspired by Elder Christofferson's April 2010 general conference talk, "The Blessing of Scripture."
4 p.m. — "Grit: The Real Steve Young Story" — Hall of Fame and Super Bowl MVP quarterback Steve Young talks about the empowering influence of his father, Grit Young, and the impact it has had on his life.
The schedule for Sunday, April 6, includes the following:
9:30 a.m. — "Music and the Spoken Word" — The Mormon Tabernacle Choir's live weekly broadcast program.
Noon — "Jerusalem: Link to the Past, Hope of the Future" — KSL religion specialist Carole Mikita takes a trip to the Holy Land to investigate the story behind the Dead Sea Scrolls in this hour-long program.
1 p.m. — "Real Women. Real Faith" — Follow the lives of five women as they draw upon their faith to endure trials of depression, divorce and the death of a loved one.
1:30 p.m. — "David Archuleta: Called to Serve" — A camera crew interviews and follows former "American Idol" pop star David Archuleta in the final months and days of his Mormon mission in Chile.
4 p.m. — "One on One with Dave McCann" — KSL news anchor Dave McCann conducts in-depth interviews with Neon Trees drummer Elaine Bradley, NFL hopefuls Kyle Van Noy and Spencer Hadley, and Philadelphia news anchor Vai Sikahema.
KSL's exclusive program, "David Archuleta: Called to Serve," began to materialize last September when a crew spent four days with the singer and his companion, according to KSL. The crew interviewed Archuleta about his decision to serve a mission and his overall experience. KSL also followed Archuleta upon his return to the U.S. and followed him to a recent special devotional at the Missionary Training Center in Provo.
"I'm not afraid to show people who I am," Archuleta says in the program. "And I'm not afraid of what I believe. I'm not afraid for people to know that."
For more on KSL TV programming, visit ksl.com.
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