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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Home Ground Radio
10:00 am
Wed November 27, 2013

Ken Egan

9/10/13 - The American west has a history of economic booms and busts.  With shale oil development headed our way, are there lessons we can learn from our past?

Home Ground Radio
9:55 am
Wed November 27, 2013

Jeff Hagener

9/3/2013 - Would you want a job where you are routinely blamed for too many, and too few, deer and elk, too many and too few wolves, for restricting oil and gas development, and for allowing too much of it?

Jeff Hagener has that terrific job: He’s Director of Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks.

Home Ground Radio
9:53 am
Wed November 27, 2013

Montana Stream Protection Act

8/27/2013 - In today's partisan environment, the passing of any environmental law is hard.  But 50 years ago, the Montana Stream Protection Act was signed into law with overwhelming bipartisan support.  It was the first such law in the nation - designed to protect fish habitat.  So let's look back over 50 years at what has actually happened because of this legislation.

Documentary Special
9:51 am
Tue November 26, 2013

Hanukkah Lights 2013 - NPR Holiday 2013

Hanukkah Lights 2013

12/5/2013 - A perennial NPR favorite, Hanukkah Lights features stories and memoirs written by acclaimed authors expressly for the show, as read by NPR's Susan Stamberg and Murray Horwitz.

Documentary Special
2:42 pm
Thu November 21, 2013

Giving Thanks: A Celebration of Fall, Food, and Gratitude

11/28/2013 - With music and stories for Thanksgiving, it's Giving Thanks

New for 2013, two wise, witty women join us at the table:

Julia Sweeney, celebrated writer and actor, she is best known from Wait, Wait...Don't Tell Me! and Saturday Night Live.  Sweeney's memories and monologues on faith give her humor a deep human touch that is perfect for Thanksgiving.

Documentary Special
2:29 pm
Thu November 21, 2013

We Knew JFK: Unheard Stories from Kennedy Archives

November 21, 2013 - Never before broadcast memories from JFK's confidantes recorded just after the assassination.  The special is hosted by legendary journalist, Robert MacNeil.  For background, more from and about the contributors, and to hear the program itself, visit our website:  weknewjfk.org

Listeners will hear from JFK colleagues who were with him during his first political race in 1946, until his last days in office.

Famous names and voices wrestle with grief and memory; they provide intimate details on JFK the man, the president, and father.

Documentary Special
1:36 pm
Thu October 17, 2013

A Burn Special - Rising Seas

10/24/2013 - A Climate Change Week Documentary – While all coastal cities face real trouble, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development says Miami is the most vulnerable in its assessment of threats to 50 major cities worldwide. Parts of Miami will be permanently flooded in as few as 15 years.

Women are not Men
1:31 pm
Thu October 17, 2013

Freakonomics - Women are not Men

10/17/2013 - Women are different from men in some key areas. For example, the data show that women don’t drown, edit Wikipedia, commit crime, or file patents at anywhere near the same rate as men do. How else are women different?

http://freakonomics.com/

Is the U.S. Drone Program Fatally Flawed:
1:31 pm
Thu October 17, 2013

An Intelligence Squared Debate

10/10/2013 -An Intelligence Squared Debate - Is the U.S. Drone Program Fatally Flawed?  Do drones hurt, or help, in our fight against terrorism? The debaters are Ahmed Rashid, John Kael Weston, Admiral Dennis Blair (USN, Ret.) and General Norton Schwartz (USAF, Ret.)

http://intelligencesquaredus.org/

Should Tipping Be Banned?
1:20 pm
Thu October 17, 2013

Freakonomics - Should Tipping Be Banned

10/3/2013 - To an economist, tipping is a puzzling behavior – why pay extra when it’s not required? Host, Stephen Dubner looks at why we tip, which factors affect the amount, and whether tipping should perhaps be eliminated altogether.

http://freakonomics.com/

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