November 10, 1979 -
November 10, 1979 -
June 17, 1978 - On this regional public affairs program, an examination on the problem of arson and what can be done about it. The Citizens League issued a report on arson in the Twin Cities, and the crime’s impact on the community.
April 22, 1978 - On this regional public affairs program, guests John Moe, general manager of the Employee Assistance Program with Control Data Corporation; and Professor Jack Flagler, director of Labor Education at the University of Minnesota and arbitrator for several state and federal mediation services, discuss the subject of employment and alcoholism treatment.
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.
April 1, 1978 - On this regional public affairs program, a profile of the new Minnesota Zoological Garden in Apple Valley - what's there, how to get there, who's paying for it, and what's going to happen to Como Park Zoo? MPR’s Neal St. Anthony and Rich Dietman break down the various sections and zoo life on grounds.
March 25, 1978 - On this regional public affairs program, reports by Tom Meersman and Dale Connelly on Dutch elm disease, followed by discussion with Dave DeVoto, Minneapolis city forester; and Judy Barr, coordinator for the Saint Paul Shade Tree program. Topics include controversial 1977 elm wood stockpile, plans for 1978 tree removal, and preventive measures of beetle infestation.
March 18, 1978 - On this regional public affairs program, guests Ray Arveson, superintendent of Schools for Minneapolis; and W. Harry Davis, Minneapolis school board member, examine the school district's desegregation plan. Topics include compliance of Judge Larson order, magnet programs, and interests of minority groups.
March 11, 1978 - On this regional public affairs program, St. Paul attorney Medora Perlman; and Calvin Clark of the Citizens League, look at a recent report by the Citizens League for better use of parking facilities to encourage greater patronage of downtown areas, less suburban sprawl, and a warning against public operation of parking ramps.
February 11, 1978 - This regional public affairs program, titled "Who is Conserving Neighborhoods: Residents or Investors?", presents a session held at Macalester College that examined conservation/rehabilitation in several St. Paul neighborhoods.