September 9, 1983 -
July 10, 1978 - As part of the Insight series, MPR’s John Ydstie produces a sound portrait titled “Migrant Series, Part 1.” Ydstie follows the daily life of Guillermo Flores, a migrant worker in the sugar beet fields of rural Minnesota.
July 4, 1978 - Bruce Hilton, a Methodist minister, speaking on bioethics at North Dakota State University. Hilton talks about birth, life and death. Topics include moral dilemmas in medical technology growth and genetic engineering.
December 16, 1977 - Minnesota poet Robert Bly reads some of his works at an appearance in Moorhead, Minnesota.
October 29, 1977 -
July 11, 1977 - MPR’s John Ydstie presents sound portrait of a migrant farmily working the sugar beet fields of the Red River Valley.
April 8, 1977 - As part of KCCM's Our Home Town series, this program is on Mott, North Dakota, documenting attitudes, culture and character of life in the prairie town. Through various interviews and sound segments, program highlights community, history, family life, church, drug use, role of women, and thoughts on the land.
April 5, 1977 - Excerpts from hearings on the future of the Garrison Diversion Project in North Dakota, held in Jamestown, North Dakota. Testimony included North Dakota Governor Arthur Link and the state congressional delegation, who opposes President Carter's cancellation of the giant irrigation project.
April 1, 1977 - As part of KCCM's Our Home Town series, this program is on Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, located in north central North Dakota, and home to Chippewa Indians. Through various interviews and music segments, program highlights Michif culture, religion, pow-wow dance, identity problems, the BIA, poverty, and alcoholism.
August 27, 1976 - The conference, held in Crookston, analyzed issues facing rural areas and how residents can respond to them.