June 5, 1995 -
July 3, 1995 - Part 1 of 2 of a Voices of Minnesota with Reyn Guyer, the inventor of Twister game.
July 31, 1995 - Part 2 of 3 of an interview for Voices of Minnesota with Scott Olson, the inventor of Rollerblades and Rowbike.
April 15, 1996 -
April 22, 1996 -
October 7, 1996 - Hour 2 of Midmorning featuring Voices of Minnesota with Patricia "Patt" Krantz and John Haynes. Krantz was the only daughter of Minnesota's Depression-era governor Floyd B. Olson, and Olson scholar John Haynes. Also, Arne Fogel on Harold Arlen, Hoagy Carmichael, Dorothy Fields and Johnny Mercer, and Odd Jobs - adirondack chair builders.
January 27, 1997 - Hour 2 of Midmorning featuring Voices of Minnesota. Rick Stafford, former chair of the Minnesota DFL talks with MPR's Karen Louise Boothe about politics, being gay and living with HIV. Also, Gladys Ritter of the League of Women Voters joins us for a discussion on being an effective lobbyist for your cause.
February 3, 1997 - A Voices of Minnesota segment featuring three interviews. Monsignor J. Jerome Boxleitner, head of Catholic Charities talks with Dan Olson about our attitudes toward poor people. Paula Schroeder interviews former St. Cloud dairy farmer Veryl Fenlason, a member of a search team looking for Amelia Earhart's plane. Their expedition leaves for an island in the South Pacific this week. Governor Carlson has proclaimed today, "Read to a Child Day." We'll find out about how reading to children increases their intelligence from Dr. Hillary Stecklein, Health Partners pediatrician. She's the designer of Reading R-X.
February 4, 1997 - A short reflection on the Voices of Minnesota series, as part of Minnesota Public Radio's 30th Anniversary Celebration.
February 10, 1997 - Storyteller and playwright Kevin Kling talks with MPR'S John Rabe about life in Minnesota as material for his work.Irish minister of arts and culture Michael D. Higgins joins us to talk about all things Irish.