July 16, 1972 - MPR Classical Host Michael Barone interviews Stanislaw Skrowaczewski, music director of the Minnesota Orchestra. They discuss various composers, classical pieces, and Skrowaczewski’s own compositions.
July 21, 1972 - A news feature with Phil Easton, the publisher of the Stillwater Gazette about giving furloughs to inmates of Stillwater Prison.
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August 23, 1972 - A news feature about "The Military Order of Cooties," a group that disrupts military discipline. A parody by Dudley Riggs and the Brave New Workshop.
November 15, 1972 - A news feature highlighting the work of Sigurd Olson and his book "Wilderness Days" as well as segments from an appearance at the Minnesota Press Club where he called Minnesotans to protect the environment.
November 24, 1972 - A news feature of a poetry reading and the importance of language to some African American poets.
February 12, 1973 - Women poets in the Twin Cities in a program dedicated to the anniversary of the birthday of women's rights leader Susan B. Anthony.
March 13, 1973 - A news feature about the sport and "drama" of professional wrestling, especially in the Twin Cities. Sociologist and writer Greg Stone has edited a new book titled "Games, Sport and Power" and is interviewed about wrestling and what it can tell us about our society.
April 9, 1973 - Two of Picasso's sculptures go on display at the Walker. They are Jester (1905) and Monkey and her Baby (1951, on loan from Minneapolis Institute of Art.) Dean Swanson, chief curator at Walker Art Center, discusses Pablo Picasso's work, career, the sculptures on display, as well as Picasso's influences from and on artistic styles. He became the most famous contemporary artist of his time.
May 1, 1973 - As part of KCCM's Home for the Weekend series, this program examines one's use of time, particularly what we do with our leisure. Various interviews and discussions of what this downtime is used for.