December 16, 1977 - Minnesota poet Robert Bly reads some of his works at a recent appearance in Moorhead, Minnesota. Bly is a winner of the National Book Award and his most recent book is titled "The Body is Made of Camphor and Gopher Wood".
November 5, 1977 - As part of Home for the Weekend series, this program presents excerpts and highlights from a public session in Fargo, discussing homosexuality in society. Among the attendees were clergy, counselors and mental health officials. Program includes speeches, interviews and segments of music.
July 8, 1977 - Doctor Jerome Bach, family psychiatrist and medical director of the Bach Institute in Minneapolis, describes his research findings on how the birth position one holds in the family affects a person.
May 20, 1977 - Writer and European documentary film director Marcel Ophuls lectured at the 1977 North Dakota Writers Conference regarding his philosophy on film making. This program was prepared by Stephanie Johnson of KCCM in Moorhead.March 23, 1977 as part of the 8th annual University of North Dakota Writers Conference: â€œLiterature and Film,â€ Marcel Ophuls lectures on his experience as a documentary filmmaker, his approach to character in literature, stage, and film, his approach to literary realism, and his approach to narrative in film.
August 27, 1976 - The conference, held in Crookston, analyzed issues facing rural areas and how residents can respond to them.
August 16, 1976 - Excerpts from Conference on Rural America held in July at Crookston, Minnesota. Father John McRaith, director of the National Catholic Rural Life Conference, spoke about land use and the future of rural America; and Father William Ryan, director of the Center of Concern in Washington, D.C., discussed options in international politics. William Ryan’s speech was titled “Toward a New International and Political Order” John McRaith’s speech was titled “People, Justice, Land (Suggestions for Rural America)”
August 9, 1976 - An address by author Robert Theobald before a conference on rural America, held in Crookston, Minnesota. The speech is titled "The role of rural America in the year 2000". Theobald is an expert in rural planning, and consults for the Northwest Regional Commission in Spokane, Washington.
August 9, 1976 - Following his speech given at Conference on Rural America in Crookston, Robert Theobald talked with Stephanie Johnson, of MPR station KCCM Moorhead. Theobald was asked how Americans are changing their lifestyles in the face of present social problems.
May 6, 1976 - Highlights from the 7th Annual Writers Conference at the University of North Dakota. Participants include Truman Capote, Tom Wolfe, B. J. Phillipa from Ms. Magazine, North Dakota poet Larry Woinode and others. They discuss new journalism, media and politics.