March 13, 1973 - A discussion with sociologist and writer Greg Stone about the sport and "drama" of professional wrestling, especially in the Twin Cities.
June 3, 1973 - Part five of the MER documentary series, A Sense of Place. Program is titled “Mining, Music and Much Ado about Sports”, exploring the relationship between a miner and the giant corporation he works for.
August 10, 1974 - Roger Noll of California Institute of Technology, and Frank Ryan, former football star, discuss sport as big business.
November 12, 1974 - MPR’s Bob Potter reports on comments at hearing where women athletics at the University of Minnesota was discussed.
June 3, 1975 - MPR’s John Ydstie reports on a conference discussion on women's part in ongoing revolution and "separate but equal" in school athletics with members of NOW (National Organization for Women).
August 27, 1975 - Jim Klobuchar discusses local professional sports teams, specifically the Minnesota Vikings and the Minnesota Twins, and the benefits of a new stadium.
September 22, 1975 - Over the years, Minneapolis Star columnist Jim Klobuchar has written about virtually every aspect of life in Minnesota. MPR's Gary Eichten asks Klobuchar about some of his impressions of life in the state.
October 15, 1977 - On this regional public affairs program, MPR’s Neal St. Anthony presents report on aspects of Little League football. Program contains sound portrait and various interviews with administrators, coaches, parents, and trainers. Topic of helmet safety concerns is addressed.
October 24, 1977 - This documentary explores the lawsuit "MacKey v. National Football League", which illustrates how anti-trust law relates to professional sports and how the courts helped mold professional football. Includes an interview with Minnesota Viking's Alan Page. Fifth in a series of documentary programs on the role of the courts, legislative action, and law in a changing society.
January 21, 1978 - On this regional public affairs program, Don Poss, executive director of the Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission, and Barbara Lukermann, consultant to the state planning department, discuss building and maintaining a new Twin Cities sports facility. Included in discussion is study on impact the stadium would have on the Bloomington and Minneapolis sites. Poss and Lukermann also answer listener questions.