Sue Ginn

Business Manager

Sue is a native Missoulian.  She has worked at the University of Montana for more than 15 years, 10 of them at Montana Public Radio.  

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Monday Special
10:57 am
Thu January 16, 2014

Tumbledown House

Documentary Special
2:11 pm
Thu January 2, 2014

Spy On Me, I'd Rather Be Safe

1/9/2014 - An 

- The NSA collects data on billions of phone calls and internet communications per day.  Are these surveillance programs legal?  Do they keep us safe?  What tradeoffs are we willing to make between security and privacy? As Benjamin Franklin might have asked, "Are we giving up essential liberty to purchase temporary safety, and thus deserving of neither?"  The debaters are Stewart Baker, David Cole, Richard Falkenrath, and Michael German.

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Documentary Special
2:02 pm
Thu January 2, 2014

Has The Constitutional Right to Bear Arms OUtlived its Usefulness?

1/2/2014 - An Intelligence Squared Debate - Recent mass shooting tragedies have renewed the national debate over the 2nd Amendment.  Gun ownership and homicide rates are higher in the U.S.

Pea Green Boat
11:30 am
Mon December 16, 2013

Stubby Pringle's Christmas

12/24/2013 - The story of Stubby Pringle's Christmas will be read at 4:00 pm

Musician's Spotlight
11:24 am
Mon December 16, 2013

Winter Holiday Special

12/24/13 - John Floridis hosts a holiday retrospective edition of "Musician's Spotlight," featuring music by artists who have appeared on the show during the past ten-and-a-half years. 

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Documentary Special
1:15 pm
Fri December 13, 2013

The Cobra Effect - Freakonomic Special

12/19/2013 - If you want to get rid of a nasty invasive pest, it might seem sensible to offer a bounty.  But as we'll hear in this episode of Freakonomics Radio, bounties can backfire.  We look at bounties on snakes in Delhi, rats in Hanoi, and feral pigs in Fort Benning, Georgia.  In each case, bounty seekers came up with creative ways to maximize their payoff - and pest populations grew.  Host Stephen Dubner talks to Steve Levitt about how incentives don't always work out the way you'd expect.

Alternative Radio
9:15 am
Fri December 13, 2013

Paul Cienfuegos - Community Rights

12/16/2013 - Most citizens have political opinions. Many are involved in nonprofit community-based organizations. But the time-impaired average person remains politically disorganized and distracted. Collective political action nationally is often limited to mobilizing for wars and elections. Disengagement can seem the norm. Community organizers are bucking this trend. Local issues, be they environmental, fair wages, or municipalization of energy and Internet services, are getting more and more people off their couches.

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Home Ground Radio
3:18 pm
Thu December 12, 2013

Friendship Center

12/17/2013 - Domestic violence - two words.  And behind those words are damaged human lives.  The bad news is we have our share.   The good news is there are good places with good people where victims can get help - and hope.

Home Ground

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Documentary Special
1:12 pm
Thu December 12, 2013

America Abroad Global Entrepreneurship

12/12/13 - This month America Abroad takes listeners to Mexico and Nigeria to meet the many faces of global entrepreneurship.

Mountain West Voices
8:53 am
Thu December 12, 2013

Where We Belong -

Margaret and Juanita Carranza, Lambert, MT
Credit Clay Scott

12/11/13 - A 103 year old Mexican born woman fights to get her farm back.   Last week we heard from 103-year-old Margaret Carranza, who came from Mexico to Montana's Yellowstone River Valley when she was a girl to work in the sugar beet fields. This week we will hear the story of how her family finally acquired a farm of their own - only to have it taken away.

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