September 21, 1974 - Media artist Robert Whitman put together a "call-in" new program for the common man, and the "event" had a fascinating appeal.
November 15, 1975 - A network MPR Special call-in program on the history and scope of the energy crisis, both nationally and in Minnesota. KSJN guests in St. Paul are John Millhone, director of the Minnesota Energy Agency; Michael Murphy, project manager for The Future Choices: Energy Program at the Upper Midwest Council; and Gary Moore, architect at Bergstedt, Wahlberg, Bergquist and Rohkohl. KCCM guest in Moorhead is Dr. Duane Dahlberg, associate professor of physics at Concordia College. WSCD guests in Duluth are Vice President for Corporate Planning of Minnesota Power and Light Company; and Gordon Levine, geographer from the University of Minnesota, Duluth.
October 2, 1976 - On this regional public affairs program, there is a discussion on residential burglary in Minnesota. Burglary was the subject of an intensive study by the Citizens League recently, and the League issued a report entitled, "Suppressing Burglary." Studio guests Gary Joselyn, who chaired the committee which wrote the report, and Calvin Clark, a Citizens League staff member who assisted the committee provide details of report and answer listener questions.
December 4, 1976 - On this regional public affairs program, a discussion of handbook on agricultural areas (aka Agricultural Planning Handbook), in the metropolitan area. Dan Olson interviews Alexander Dean and Jim Schoettler from the Metropolitan Planning Commission. Dean and Schoettler also answer listener questions.
January 29, 1977 - On this regional public affairs program, Joe Graba, Deputy Commissioner of Education for the State of Minnesota, talks to Dan Olson about school budget. Graba also answers listener questions.
February 23, 1977 - Governor Rudy Perpich and state senator George Perpich answer listener questions regarding politics. Topics include education, budgeting, and stadium debate.
April 2, 1977 - Bruce Watson, consulting meteorologist to the U.S. Weather Service, and Ron Willis, meteorologist at the National Weather Service, discuss weather, drought, effect of ozone, and results of elm tree cut down. Also includes an audio tour with Willis of the Twin Cities National Weather Service office.
April 19, 1977 - During a special hour-long evening program, Governor Rudy Perpich answers questions from callers. Topics include education, energy, environment and social issues.
June 25, 1977 - On this regional public affairs program, Mark Korell of the Minnesota Housing Finance Agency and Saint Paul developer Ron Soderberg discuss money for housing and tips on renovation, and answer listener calls.
June 28, 1977 - John Millhone, Minnesota State Energy Director, discusses the major energy and conservation bill passed at the end of the legislative session. Millhone also answers listeners questions.