April 30, 1972 - Existential psychologist and author Dr. Rollo May gives lecture, entitled "The Courage to Create," at Central Presbyterian Church in Saint Paul as part of The Institute for Ecumenical and Cultural Research memorial ‘Paul Tillich: Celebration of a Life.’
May 1, 1972 - MPR’s Rosemary Dahlen reports on architect and futurist Buckminster Fuller, who delivered the keynote address for the University of Minnesota's Earth week 72’. Fuller believes that global resources can support the entire population with higher standard of living, using current technology.
May 1, 1972 - MPR’s Paul Gruchow interviews Father Larry Gavin, of Wilmont Minneosta, about his sexuality and his vow of celibacy.
May 2, 1972 - MPR’s Paul Gruchow reports on the efforts of Minnesota Public Interest Research Group (MPIRG) to have toys deemed dangerous by group removed from retail stores.
May 2, 1972 - Kitty Kelly, a freelance writer for Time Magazine, speaking at luncheon meeting of the Minnesota Press Club while in Minneapolis. Kelly told the group about the world of Women's Wear Daily.
May 2, 1972 - MPR’s Dulcie Lawrence profiles member of Alabama’s national Democratic delegation.
May 7, 1972 - Dr. Rollo May, author, theologian and psychoanalyst speaks at a gathering in memory of Paul Tillich. He reminisces on his relationship with Tilich and delivers his address "Love and the Daimonic.”
May 10, 1972 - "Eight Days in May" antiwar demonstrations; Dinkytown riot - Bob Potter live on location. Bob Potter talks about it in The Durable Dozen Geezer Hour where Bill Kling also mentions that he saved the microphone
May 16, 1972 - MPR’s Paul Gruchow reports on University of Minnesota faculty and student representatives of group against President Nixon’s Vietnam War policy meeting with congressmen in Washington D.C. The protest delegation asked politicians about their positions.
May 30, 1972 - MPR’s Connie Goldman interviews Jewish-American author Meyer Levin about his book, "The Settlers." This is part 1 of interview. Part 2 aired on May 31st, 1972. This file was digitized with the help of a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC).