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9-2 - The Late Show with Roshini Rajkumar - 11 PM

September 3, 2013
Kyle Lewis is the director of the Independence Party of MN and talks about the issues important to him and his party. The secrets that of addiction and recovery with John Prin of True You Recovery. Psychic Medium Laurie Wondra is in studio to tell us about the angels among us.
9-9 - The Late Show with Jearlyn Steele - 9 PM
September 10, 2013
Maureen Reed. Executive Director for the Nobel Peace Prize Forum talks about women in leadership roles around the world. Joe Nathan of the Center for School Change talks about the shifting tide in standardized testing.
9-2 - The Late Show with Roshini Rajkumar - 11 PM
September 3, 2013
Kyle Lewis is the director of the Independence Party of MN and talks about the issues important to him and his party. The secrets that of addiction and recovery with John Prin of True You Recovery. Psychic Medium Laurie Wondra is in studio to tell us about the angels among us.
9-2 - The Late Show with Roshini Rajkumar - 10 PM
September 3, 2013
Roshini gets your thoughts on the Syrian conflict. Life coach Lois Tiedmen shares the secrets to defeating afternoon fatigue. Bonnie Fournier is a Budhist and the artist behind "The Smooch Project".
8/29/13 - The Late Show with Moose Miller: 11 PM Hour
August 30, 2013
Going into the Summer season, we usually look at how college graduates can tackle the job market. But how do students even get to that point? As we go into a new school year, Moose focuses on the courses college students should take to prepare themselves for life after school. Chad Oakley, a recruiter for an executive search firm, offers some classes to look
8/29/13 - The Late Show with Moose Miller: 10 PM Hour
August 30, 2013
One of the biggest issues in the world of American education focuses on how we can close the achievement gap between white and minority students. Eric Mahmoud is trying to tackle this issue in the Twin Cities. The founder of the Seed Academy and president of Harvest Prep Academy tells Moose about the efforts that have received national notice. Later, do you
8/28/13 - The Late Show with Moose Miller: 11 PM Hour
August 29, 2013
Moose continues to get perspectives on the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington. Macalester College American Studies professor Dr. Duchess Harris describes whether the day has had its intended impact on race relations today. Later, U.S. Congressman Keith Ellison discusses how the March effected his own path. Plus, what can we expect Congress to act on
8/28/13 - The Late Show with Moose Miller: 10 PM Hour
August 29, 2013
Wednesday was the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington. It was a signficant day for the country overall, but even more impactful for those who were there. Dr. Clayborne Carson was one of those fortunate people at the event. The professor of history at Stanford University recalls the day, the emotion, and Dr. King's famous speech.
8-27 - The Late Show with Eric Nelson
August 28, 2013
Lee Ulferts is a Vietnam vet and was honored Monday in a parade at the MN State Fair. A conversation with travel expert Ben Mutzabaugh.
8-27 - The Late Show with Eric Nelson - 10 PM
August 28, 2013
Billy Robertson joins Eric to talk about the business end of the world of sports. Then a conversation with our resident baseball expert, Dr. Baseball.
8-26 - The Late Show with Eric Nelson - 11 PM
August 27, 2013
Eric takes a look at where this heat wave puts us on the scale of high temps around the country. Also a conversation with Kevin Williams of the Vikings who was injured in Sunday's exhibition game.
8-29 - The Late Show with Eric Nelson - 10 PM
August 27, 2013
Eric talks with members of the cast and crew of a new film "Boys Cry" which focuses on the growing conflict between African and African-American students in the Amercian educational system.
8/22/13 - The Late Show with Esme Murphy: 11 PM Hour
August 23, 2013
Thursday was the first day of the Minnesota State Fair. Esme got to enjoy some of it, and she goes behind the scenes. First, she talks with Fair license administration manager Dennis Larson about what it takes to grab one of the coveted food licenses for the event. Then, Mancini's restaurant owner Pat Mancini joins the program to discuss his establishme
8/22/13 - The Late Show with Esme Murphy: 10 PM Hour
August 23, 2013
With the new turn in the Bradley Manning case, Esme wants to know what traits a person might show when they seek a gender transformation. U of M professor Dr. Alex Iantaffi explains the thought process and how early it might begin. Then, is there a bit of a backlash to teenagers having sex before leaving the nest? Pam Stenzel, founder of Enlighten Communicat
8/21/13 - The Late Show with Esme Murphy: 11 PM Hour
August 22, 2013
It's the hit of the Summer. Now, the musci behind "Blurred Lines" is the topic of discussion. Esme talks with MSN Music critic Maura Johnston about the potential legal wrangle between Robin Thicke and those representing a couple legendary musicians. Then, do you think that the song is a copy of past hits? We get your take.
8/21/13 - The Late Show with Esme Murphy: 10 PM Hour
August 22, 2013
The race for Mayor of Minneapolis is interesting, to say the least. It will all be settled by ranked choice voting, but does it really work? And how do the legal troubles of Vikings owner Zygi Wilf affect the proposed new stadium? Can the Legislature back out of the deal? Esme asks U of M Humphrey School professor Larry Jacobs about both topics. Afterwards,
8-20 - The Late Show with Jearlyn Steele - 11 PM
August 21, 2013
Relationship and radio talk show host LaDawn Black with a look at online dating.
8-20 - The Late Show with Jearlyn Steele - 10 PM
August 21, 2013
Rolling Stone columnist and book author Rob Sheffeild talks about his karoake experience/obsession in his new book "Turn Around Bright Eyes". Pastor MAtt Anderson talks about religion in the new age.
8-19 - The Late Show with Jearlyn Steele - 11 PM
August 20, 2013
A recent study shows that getting a graduate degree might not be such a good idea. A conversation on "drive thru religion".
8-19 - The Late Show with Jearlyn Steele - 10 PM
August 20, 2013
Dr. Verna Cornelia Price discusses a a recent boom in small business upstarts by, who els, the boomers. Jearlyn takes a closer look at the summers big Billboard hit, "Blurred Lines".
8/15/13 - The Nite Show: 11 PM Hour
August 16, 2013
How close are we to our own encounter with beings from another world? Mischke speaks with Ann Eller, author of "Dragon in the Sky", about her own encounter. Then, find out the worst paying jobs and how to swallow a toothbrush.
8/15/13 - The Nite Show: 10 PM Hour
August 16, 2013
Many of us are fascinated with the world of Magic. The illusions that amaze us may take a few seconds to see, but the masters of the craft learn them over time. A magician himself, and the author of "Fooling Houdini", Alex Stone joins the program to offer his expertise on the craft and how to mold our minds.
8/14/13 - The Nite Show: 11 PM Hour
August 15, 2013
Mischke takes us through the intriguing history of the Holy Foreskin with author David Farley. Then, we find out about how the lakes of Minnesota were named, the reasons we name generations of people, and a brawl involving celebrities...and a Waffle House.
8/14/13 - The Nite Show: 10 PM Hour
August 15, 2013
Is the collective IQ of America growing? And does that necessarily mean that we're more intelligent than we were 100 years ago? James Flynn, the author of "Are We Getting Smarter", says yes…and no. Later, we hear the stories of one woman's obsession, what could possibly be as good as sex, and who might be the first person on Mars.
8/13/13 - The Nite Show: 11 PM Hour
August 15, 2013
It was one of the most infamous crimes of the 20th century. But was there an unknown element to it? Mischke finds out when speaking to Robert Zorn, the author of "Cemetary John: The Undiscovered Mastermind Behind the Lindbergh Kidnapping." Plus, when cereal really came into being and a song about a famous person with an infamous name.
8-13 - The Nite Show - 10 PM
August 14, 2013
We revisit Tommy's 2010 interview with White Bear Lake resident Mary Westra who wrote a book about dealing with life after her som was murdered in 2001.