I’ll start by acknowledging what most of our listeners are likely thinking: Yes, the MPR membership drive is finally over. We can now get back to live programming. And we’ve got a week of great live shows on tap. On Monday at 10am we’ll finally get around to a debate about the future of libraries Read more →
Thank heavens January is over. You never realize how long a month it is until you’re in it, and then it seems endless. But I hope we helped keep people informed and engaged as they tried to stay warm. The MPR pledge drive starts on Wednesday, so you’ll be hearing a fair amount of previously Read more →
If you haven’t noticed already, we really love science here on The Daily Circuit, so we thought we’d kick off 2013 with a week of shows and segments on our favorite topic. On Monday at 11, we’ll kick things off with a discussion based on a story from the latest edition of National Geographic: What Read more →
On Thursday, University of Minnesota language professor and etymologist Anatoly Liberman will stop by the studio for one of his regular discussions about words and language.
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Charlotte seemed pretty festive, even as the security became more intense.
As we await a ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court on the health care law, we’re doing as much as we can to prepare for our live coverage.
During our show today about military suicides, we took a call from David from Minneapolis, a 32-year-old veteran of combat in Iraq and Afghanistan who said he has been on the verge of suicide in the past.
Human trafficking encompasses much more than prostitution and sex trafficking. Find out your role in the problem.
A caller during our 9 a.m. hour talked about his troubles finding work. A listener might be able to help him out.