March 8, 1978 - Minnesota Public Radio reporter Rachel Kranz presents report on the history and experiences of women in the labor movement. Features interviews with Sarah Evans, University of Minnesota and historian Sylvia Woods, early labor organizer (CIO). Also includes music segments.
June 7, 1977 - Steven Weinberg, a Harvard University physicist talks with Rachel Kranz about some underlying concepts of nature. Weinberg attended the annual Nobel Conference at Gustavus Adolphus College in Saint Peter, Minnesota.
May 30, 1977 -
March 4, 1977 - A news feature of poetry that is written later in life. And poetry in buses speaks to a diverse audience.
November 8, 1976 - Mairin de Burca, general secretary of the Irish Republic Movement (Sinn Fein) and leader of the women's caucus within that movement, speaking at the College of St. Catherine. Speech includes historical and current commentary of the Irish Republic Movement.
August 23, 1976 - Rachel Kranz report on the controversy with the attempt by Northern States Power to raise its electric rates and the attempts by citizen groups to oppose the rate hike. Kranz examines how rates are set, how the company justifies its request for a rate increase, and why critics of NSP feel the publicly monitored utilities request should be denied.
February 26, 1976 - A news feature with Rena Coen and Lynda King comment on the early Minnesota art scene and the foundation for the Minneapolis School of Art.
February 25, 1976 - A news feature with art historian Rena Coen on the history of religious art, especially the Norwegian immigrants to Minnesota in the 19th century. Rena Coen's sons are the filmmakers, Joel and Ethan Coen.
February 24, 1976 - A news feature with art historian Rena Coen about the early artist visitors to Minnesota, including Eastman Johnson and a connection to Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's poem "Song of Hiawatha."
February 23, 1976 - A news feature with art historian Rena Coen who discusses early "exploratory" art of Minnesota's first white settlers, including a curiosity with the Native Americans.