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Attention kids of all ages: Bill Harley returns to Missoula on Mother’s Day, May 14 at 2:00 p.m. to perform your favorite children's songs and stories.

As a singer and storyteller, Harley is a favorite of fans of MTPR's "Pea Green Boat." Entertainment Weekly called him "the Mark Twain of contemporary children's music."

Thank You Donors And Volunteers!

Apr 10, 2017

Thank you to everyone who donated, volunteered or reached out to us last week! You donated $604,829 toward our spring pledge goal of $660,000. Public radio is only possible because of your support.

It's always a joy to hear from all of you during pledge week. Thank you for your support.

Dogs Win Pet Wars 2017

Apr 9, 2017
Moss and Saffy the dogs
Lulu

Dogs won the night, triumphing over the cats 1027 to 950. Many thanks to everyone who pledged their support.

Here's how you can see the listener-donated gifts available as a thank-you for your donation to Montana Public Radio.

Happy (almost) spring, MTPR listeners! We’ve had a busy winter here at the station and I hope you’ve been enjoying the programs you’ve listened to in the last few months. I wanted to update you on what we've been doing, and give you a look at the budget projections for our new fiscal year.

Volunteering during spring pledge week (April 1 – 9) is a great way to show your support for public radio. Can you help answer calls, deliver meals to other volunteers at the station, or file pledge forms? Sign up here, or call 406-243-4214.

Bring your lunch to the Myrna Loy Center in Helena and chat with MTPR station manager Ray Ekness and program director Michael Marsolek.  Please come, ask questions and give us your advice and suggestions about the station. Ray and Michael will also let you know what projects MTPR has in the pipeline.

Today we're celebrating 52 years of Montana Public Radio! For our birthday wish this year, we're asking you to share your most memorable "driveway moment." Tell us about a time when you just couldn't pull yourself away from the radio. Don't have a "driveway moment?" Tell us why public radio matters to you.

Each season, Threshold podcast explores one story from the natural world, and what it says about us. Season one focuses on the American bison. Dig into the history of the American bison, from their arrival in North America, to current controversies surrounding their management today. 

Subscribe to Threshold podcast now via iTunes, and most other podcast apps, or using your own player: http://thresholdpodcast.libsyn.com/rss. You can also listen online at http://www.thresholdpodcast.org

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