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Thu April 10, 2014
Best of Sally Mauk: Seven Memorable Interviews
4/9/14: This week's Wednesday special is an hour-long salute to Sally Mauk's thirty-four years as Montana Public Radio News Director. Ahead of Sally's retirement in May, 2014, she indulged us with this retrospective hour, including memorable excerpts of conversations with Hillary Clinton; Conrad Burns; George McGovern; Lake County Sheriff, Jay Doyle; Joan Baez; residents of Sleeman Gulch who were evacuated from their homes during the Lolo Complex fires; and NPR News's Cokie Roberts.
If you're a fan of Sally Mauk's reporting, remember that this is Public Radio Week. Listener support keeps Montana Public Radio a pre-eminent source of Montana and regional news.