November 19, 1973 - MER Special - Tribute to Pablo Neruda
October 19, 1974 - MPR reporter D. Smith presents a profile of black poet Ramona Austin. Feature includes reading by Austin at opening and close of segment. There is also a short interview, where she discusses her thoughts on poetry and how race plays into her writing. Austin will perform a one woman show at Macalester College, St. Paul. She teaches English and poetry in the Minneapolis school system.
September 21, 1975 - Options program with tribute to poet/author Dylan Thomas.
March 4, 1977 - Life in Strasburg, North Dakota, a town rich in old-world heritage, is examined through music and discussion by the people of Strasburg. A condensation of the 5 1/2 hour programs produced by KCCM.
March 18, 1977 - John Ydstie and Bill Siemering of stations KCCM in Fargo/Moorhead profile Mayville, another North Dakota prairie town, rich in culture and heritage on the continuing series "Our home town."
April 22, 1977 - From a series of programs by KCCM on prairie towns of North Dakota. In this final edition reporter John Ydstie profiles Dunn Center, a small town in Western North Dakota whose fate will be determined by the massive coal development scheduled for the area.
February 15, 1978 - Selected readings demonstrate the broad historical and contemporary range of black literature and authors, in honor of Black History Month. Includes work featured by authors Dorothy West, Frank Yerby, Langston Hughes, Chester Himes and Ted Poston.
April 15, 1978 - MPR’s Neal St. Anthony presents an opening day profile of the 1978 Minnesota Twins. Includes audio clips on days of old, and interview about current players with pitching coach, Camilo Pascual (a former Minnesota Twins pitcher, and eventual Minnesota Twin Hall of Famer). A discussion with new Twin outfielder, Bombo Rivera, about Garrison Keillor’s song “The Ballad of Bombo Rivera,” closes out segment.
October 23, 1978 - The 150th anniversary of the birth of the Russian novelist Leo Tolstoy is celebrated in a special radio profile produced by Radio Moscow. Includes readings from Tolstoy's works.
February 12, 1979 - Piece for Black History Month on Frederick Douglas