Front Row Center
5:00 am
Sat June 28, 2014

Heavenly Harps at St. Timothy's Chapel

Karin Gunderson of Heavenly Harps
Credit Heavenly Harps

6/29/14: This week on "Front Row Center:" Michael Marsolek talks with Karin Gunderson, one-half of the mother-daughter duo, Heavenly Harps. Karin and Joy Gunderson and friends open the 2014 St. Timothy's Summer Music Festival, held during five Sundays in June, July and August at St. Timothy's Memorial Chapel in Southern Cross, east of Georgetown Lake. All concerts begin at 4:00pm. (888) 407-4071 for information and tickets.

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The Plant Detective
5:00 am
Sat June 28, 2014

Tea I

6/28/14: This week on "The Plant Detective:" According to archaeologists, human use of tea,  Camellia sinensis, goes back 500,000 years.  The flavonoids in tea are more effective antioxidants than Vitamins C or E - they seem to boost immunity and protect against cavities and ultraviolet rays. More research is needed to find out if tea's flavonoids protect against cardiovascular disease and certain kinds of cancer.

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Montana Evening Edition
6:14 pm
Fri June 27, 2014

Newscast 06-27-2014

Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:

The judge now infamous for his handling of a rape case involving a 14-year-old victim, speaks out against his suspension. A 16-year-old from Helena  is sentenced for his role in phoning in bomb threats. And a property tax for Missoula residents is proposed to fund a new park.

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Montana News
3:53 pm
Fri June 27, 2014

Closed primaries, V.A. craziness and campaign chicanery

Over the weekend, Montana Republicans held their platform convention in Billings.  Chuck Johnson of Lee Newspapers reports that Republicans, "Irked at what they believe is Democrats interfering in their primary elections. . . called for closing their primaries and allowing only registered Republicans to vote in them."  Delegates also supported a resolution to turn over federal public lands to the state.

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Field Notes
5:00 am
Fri June 27, 2014

Spiderwebs

Spider web with dew drops, Swifts Creek, Victoria, Australia. (CC BY-NC)
Credit Fir0002/Flagstaffotos.com.au

6/29/14 & 6/30/14: This week on "Fieldnotes:" "Spiderwebs," written by Deborah Richie and Lynn Tennefoss, read by Caroline Kurtz. 

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Montana Evening Edition
6:20 pm
Thu June 26, 2014

Newscast 06-26-2014

Tonight on Montana Evening Edition:

State Republican party leaders haven't decided how - or if - to proceed on a proposal to close primary elections to non-party members. Two groups are asking a judge to block a timber projected on almost 500 acres around the watershed that supplies most of Helena's drinking water. And Flathead reporter Katrin Frye tells us about how the local work force is faring these days.

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Notes From the Huntley Project, Part 3
4:07 pm
Thu June 26, 2014

World Premier of "The Church of Pancakes"

Credit Tom Zavitz painting

Part 3 in Notes From the Huntley Project series of radio plays by Jay Kettering.

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Commentary - June 26th, 2014
2:45 pm
Thu June 26, 2014

Energy Resources are the Future of Montana’s Economy

Hello, I’m Don Sterhan with the Montana Business Leadership Council, a non-profit organization aimed at educating Montanans about the importance of a healthy climate for business and industry to create more jobs, higher wages, and new opportunities.

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Clip of the Week
7:00 am
Thu June 26, 2014

Clip of the Week: Crafting a Life in Montana

Greg Morley hand crafts cedar canoes in Montana.
Credit Clay Scott

Master canoe builder Greg Morley loves building canoes and exploring the Montana wilderness surrounding his home. He talks about the intersection of place and purpose in this week's Clip of the Week.

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Mountain West Voices
5:00 am
Thu June 26, 2014

Showing Up With Your Heart: A Montana Couple Leaves White Collar Careers to Farm on the Great Plains

Anna Jones and Doug Crabtree, Northern Montana
Credit Clay Scott

6/25/14: This week on "Mountain West Voices:" The story of Doug and Anna Crabtree, who left good careers and invested their life savings in a farm in a remote part of north-central Montana.

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