January 28, 1978 - On this regional public affairs program, a broadcast of Minneapolis Mayor Albert Hofstede’s State of the City address, followed by interview with mayor in the studio. Hofstede also answers listener questions.
January 21, 1978 - On this regional public affairs program, Don Poss, executive director of the Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission, and Barbara Lukermann, consultant to the state planning department, discuss building and maintaining a new Twin Cities sports facility. Included in discussion is study on impact the stadium would have on the Bloomington and Minneapolis sites. Poss and Lukermann also answer listener questions.
January 7, 1978 - On this regional public affairs program, Ellen Pence, state coordinator of the Minnesota Program for Battered Women, and Barbara Adams, chairperson of a United Way study of battered women in the Minneapolis area, discuss the problems of battered women.
December 31, 1977 - On this regional public affairs program, lawyer/pharmacist Marc Kurzman and Doug Morgan, of C.R.E.A.T.E. drug awareness program, discuss responsible use of alcohol, its effects on the body, and laws involved. Kurzman and Morgan also answer listener questions.
December 17, 1977 - On this regional public affairs program, a sound portrait of the business of Christmas, with the shopping for gifts a core part of the holiday season. Includes various interviews and comments from holiday shoppers, business owners, and credit services.
October 15, 1977 - On this regional public affairs program, MPR’s Neal St. Anthony presents report on aspects of Little League football. Program contains sound portrait and various interviews with administrators, coaches, parents, and trainers. Topic of helmet safety concerns is addressed.
October 8, 1977 - On this regional public affairs program, John Boland, Chairman of the Metropolitan Council, addresses the Citizens League on the priorities of the council for 1978. Priorities include appointments, frameworks, and controlling operating budget.
October 8, 1977 - On this regional public affairs program, State Representative Tom Berg of Minneapolis, Chairman of the House Local and Urban Affairs Committee, discusses the ongoing studies on the financial health of Minneapolis and Saint Paul. Berg was instrumental in initiating studies, of which, the first portion points out certain fiscal problems; the second, specific areas where corrective action should be taken by the legislature and the Twin Cities.
September 24, 1977 - On this regional public affairs program, a report on resource redemption and recycling as an economic viability. Neal St. Anthony interviews individuals at Metro Recycling Center, and various government officials, who discuss the current issues and challenges of recycling.
September 13, 1977 - Senator Frank Knoll, of Minneapolis, and Dr. Charles Fairhurst, Chairman of the University of Minnesota Civil & Mineral Engineering Department, discuss earth sheltered housing in Minnesota. Both had spoken at an energy conference at Carlton College.