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Mental Illness in Children

Nov 27, 2013

12/3/2013 - Thousands of kids in Montana behave in ways that indicate serious mental illness.  Are they really "sick?"  Or reacting normally to a terribly abnormal childhood?  Be prepared to be shocked.

Conrad Burns Part 2

Nov 27, 2013

11/5/2013 - Conrad Burns shares his views on a wide array of issues (part 2 of 2)

Conrad Burns Part 1

Nov 27, 2013

10/29/2013 - In the United States Senate he represented Montana longer than any Republican in the state's history.  Hear what Conrad Burns has to say about money in politics, policy, and power.  (Part 1 of 2)

Aaron Parrett

Nov 27, 2013

10/22/2013 - We live in a culture of commerce, where even higher education is judged in commercial terms:  Will it help get a better-paying job?  Aaron Parrett has a different, old-fashioned view:  It is education i the arts and literature that really counts.

Ken Egan

Nov 27, 2013

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?

Jeff Hagener

Nov 27, 2013

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.

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.

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.

Angels In America, Part One: Millenium Approaches

Nov 25, 2013
Angels In America, Part One performed by the University of Montana Theater & Dance
Terry Cyr

In this Front Row Center segment, which airs on December 1, Michael Marsolek talks with University of Montana Associate Professor for the School of Theater & Dance John DeBoer about UM's production of 'Angels In America.'

December 1 at 3 p.m.: a special performance for World Aids Day that includes a Talk Back session.

December 3 - 7 at 7:30 p.m.

Butterflied Whole Chicken

Nov 22, 2013
Tom Bauer

November 24th, 2013: Jon and Greg give instructions for roasting a 3-5 pound butterflied whole chicken, basted with herb-garlic-butter paste.

http://www.thebakingwizard.com/

From Greg Patent's March 2010 "Yes, You Can Cook!" Missoulian column:

Roasted Butterflied Chicken

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