Radiolab
11:26 am
Mon July 21, 2014

What's Left When You're Right

07/05/2014 - More often than not, a fight is just a fight...Someone wins, someone loses.  But this hour, we have a series of face-offs that shine a light on the human condition, the benefit of coming at something from a different side, and the price of being right.

http://www.radiolab.org/story/whats-left-when-youre-right/

Monday Poems
6:00 am
Mon July 21, 2014

"Montana Inventory"

Richard Brautigan

At 85 miles an hour an insect splattered
like saffron on the windshield
and a white cloud in blue sky above the
     speed-curried bug

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The Food Guys
5:00 am
Sun July 20, 2014

Rhubarb and Strawberry Galette

Strawberry-Rhubarb Galette (CC-BY-NC)
Credit Two Peas and Their Pod

Now that local strawberries and rhubarb are in season, Greg offers his recipe for strawberry-rhubarb galette.

(Broadcast: The Food Guys, July 20th, 2014)

Strawberry-Rhubarb Galette:

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In Other Words
7:07 pm
Sat July 19, 2014

Health, Mental Health, Psychology And Global Warming: A Conversation

Nurse Beth Schenk and psychotherapists Jen Robohm and Kevin Dohr talk with Amy Cilimburg about the connection between health, mental health, and global warming
Credit Amy Cilimburg

Producer Amy Cilimburg talks with three Missoula-area professionals: nurse Beth Schenk, and psychotherapists Jen Robohm and Kevin Dohr. These experts share research and their professional and personal experiences around climate change and human health. In this time of rapid change, they offer reasons for hope.

(Broadcast: In Other Words, July 15th, 2014)

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The Plant Detective
5:00 am
Sat July 19, 2014

Echinacea

When taken as herbal medicine, echinacea stimulates our immune systems, raising white blood cell counts and strengthening cell walls. Although it originated in North America, where native Americans used echinacea as something of a cure-all, in the 20th century, Germany is where its popularity first surged. People use echinacea to shorten the duration of the common cold and reduce the symptoms, and to boost immunity and fight off upper respiratory infections.

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Montana Evening Edition
6:12 pm
Fri July 18, 2014

Newscast for 07-18-2014

Rough terrain is the biggest obstacle in fighting two new wildfires in the Bitterroot. You'll now need a criminal background check to drive school buses in Montana. And Edward O'Brien discusses television, movies, and rude theater audiences with NPR film critic Kenneth Turan.

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Politics Week In Review
4:16 pm
Fri July 18, 2014

Montana Politics Week In Review

NorthWestern Energy Dam Buyback

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Movies
2:48 pm
Fri July 18, 2014

NPR Film Critic Kenneth Turan On Great Movies And The Stinkers

Credit Edward O'Brien

Kenneth Turan says people always remind him how lucky he is to have such a great job.
      And the National Public Radio and Los Angeles Times film critic is quick to agree.

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