June 24, 1973 - Part eight of the MER documentary series, A Sense of Place. Program is titled “The New Doctor on Old Main Street” and discusses if physicians are being adequately prepared to live in small communities, as well as community reaction to them.
July 1, 1973 - Part nine of the MER documentary series, A Sense of Place. Program is titled “Just One Studded Tire” and looks at the problems of people living on state borders. What do the boundaries prevent them from doing?
July 8, 1973 - Part ten of the MER documentary series, A Sense of Place. Program is titled “Water: Words and Music.” Program profiles a meeting on June 15, 1973 regarding asbestos fibers found in Lake Superior.
February 17, 1974 - The Eisenhower Symposium #9 presents Dr. Isaac Asimov speaking at the 1973 Milton S. Eisenhower Symposium, held at Johns Hopkins University, Boston. Asimov’s speech is titled “Utopian Change," which deals with the many changes directly affect daily life yet may be forced upon the individual before he can evaluate their benefit or plan for their incorporation in his daily routine.
June 2, 1974 - Remarks by Senator Hubert H. Humphrey before the annual meeting of Saint Paul Area United Way at the Hilton Hotel. Speech highlights volunteerism.
July 28, 1974 - G. Theo Mitau, Chancellor of MN State College system, gave speech titled “Minnesota: A State and it's Politics.” This was part of summer evening extension classes, U of M’s “Minnesota Parties and Politics” course.
August 4, 1974 - On this Forum program, Millard Gieske speaks on “Third Party Politics” in Minnesota, and explains what causes third parties and why they die.
September 8, 1974 - On this Forum program, Hiram Drache, professor of history at Concordia College-Moorhead, speaks on farmers, farms and farming in relation to North Dakota, and the 1930s Depression and other trying times.
September 29, 1974 - A radio dramatization and discussion of the controversy over the conviction and execution of the Rosenbergs for giving atomic secrets to Soviets.
July 1, 1975 - Alexander Solzhenitsyn, exiled Soviet author, makes his first major public address in the United States at a banquet in his honor given by the AFL-CIO. Solzhenitsyn ‘s address was titled “Words of Warning to the Western World (aka America: You Must Think About The World).” Speech was translated, after a brief initial technical issue.