August 31, 1979 - Author Carol Bly of Madison, Minnesota reads from her poem "The Gift of Splendid Sound."
June 22, 1979 - Minnnesota poet Joe Paddock shows his perceptions of the migration of wild geese across the Minnesota prairie in poem “The Geese.” Also includes musical elements.
June 21, 1979 - Nancy Paddock shows her attempts to strike a balance with nature in poem “It's a Pity." Also includes musical elements.
June 20, 1979 - Minnesota poet Phil Dacey reads several of his poems. There is a musical accompaniment by his wife.
June 19, 1979 - Polka Power, a report and poetic response to the polka festival subculture in the Upper Midwest with poets Joe and Nancy Paddock.
June 18, 1979 - Minnesota poet Joe Paddock reads “Frogs,” a raucous small-town happening in a narrative poem style. “Frogs” was written by a native of Southwest Minnesota.
May 29, 1979 - Joe and Nancy Paddock presents South Dakota Penitentiary inmates who write poetry. The prison program is called Poets at the Pen.
April 11, 1979 - A profile of Minnesota poet and writer Paul Grukow. Program is a presentation of his work “The Tramp."It also includes commentary and music elements.
March 21, 1979 - The Plains Bookbus carries the titles of books printed by small presses to many communities in our region and the book bus driver and some of its patrons talk about the books and their life on the plains. The Plains Bookbus carries the titles of books
October 31, 1978 - 6th and 7th District Congressional candidates discuss their campaigns and answer listener questions. 6th District candidates include Rick Nolan (DFL incumbent) and Russ Bjorhus (IR). 7th District candidates include Arlan Stangeland (IR incumbent), Gene Wenstrom (DFL), and Ronald Holmquist (American Party).