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.  

Pages

Alternative Radio
1:07 pm
Mon April 14, 2014

Paul Ehrlich - Distress Signals from Earth

04/14/2014 - A steady stream of reports on the deterioration of the environment is issued. There is a brief flurry of media coverage. The corporate-funded climate change deniers make counter claims. We wake briefly to the crisis then most of us lapse into a couch potato stupor. Neoliberal dogma and an almost mystical belief in capitalism makes almost certain that little will be done to avert coming calamities. Charades called climate summits offer nothing more than photo ops of smiling world leaders and vacuous press releases. We blithely turn our heads away from reality.

Read more
Documentary Special
2:00 pm
Thu April 10, 2014

Adapting to Climate Change

04/17/2014 -No matter what you believe about climate change, we can all agree that extreme weather events -- tornadoes, hurri canes, fires, droughts -- are occurring more frequently. These massive natural disasters upset lives and devastate property.  The costs of clean-up and reconstruction are enormous. 

 

Read more
Documentary Special
2:00 pm
Thu April 10, 2014

WORDSHAKERS Poetry Special

04/17/2014 - hosted by Andrei Codrescu - a celebration of the word with Tennyson, Whitman, Sandburg, Ginsberg, and more

Documentary Special
12:13 pm
Thu April 10, 2014

the Story Corps 10th Anniversary Special

04/10/2014 - There are questions we would answer, if only we were asked.  How did we grow up?  What do we remember about home?  What about our family?

celebrate the first decade of StoryCorps, with a special retrospective hosted by NPR’s Scott Simon and StoryCorps founder Dave Isay.

http://storycorps.org/

Music Special
8:30 pm
Mon April 7, 2014

The History of Classical Music

04/14/2014 - This one hour On The Strip Radio Special produced by Ben Manilla takes listeners through a history of this enduring art form from its beginnings up to today.   Through an engaging narrative, host Dianne Nicolini of KFDC and renowned conductor Robert Ziegler tell the story of classical music from Gregorian chants to today's minimalism, highlighting innovations and developments and profiling the lives and works of groundbreaking composers.

Music Special
8:30 pm
Mon April 7, 2014

The History of Classical Music

04/14/2014 - This one hour On The Strip Radio Special produced by Ben Manilla takes listeners through a history of this enduring art form from its beginnings up to today.   Through an engaging narrative, host Dianne Nicolini of KFDC and renowned conductor Robert Ziegler tell the story of classical music from Gregorian chants to today's minimalism, highlighting innovations and developments and profiling the lives and works of groundbreaking composers.

Radiolab
5:00 pm
Sat April 5, 2014

23 Weeks 6 Days

04/12/2014 - This hour se spend the entire episode on the story of Keeley and Tom, whose daughter was born at 23 weeks and 6 days, roughly halfway to full term.  Their story raises questions that, until recently, no parent had to face...and it contains an entire universe of questions about the lines between life and death, reflex and will, and the confusing tug of war between two basic moral touchstones: doing no harm...and doing everything in our power to help.

Documentary Special
11:30 am
Mon March 31, 2014

MTPR Special Shorts

04/10/2014 - The best of short form public radio

Wednesday Special
11:28 am
Mon March 31, 2014

The Best of Sally Mauk

04/09/2014 - Highlights of some great interviews from the MTPR News Director

Selected Shorts
11:27 am
Mon March 31, 2014

Selected Shorts Special

04/08/2014 - Jane Curtin hosts a program with three uncanny stories:  The Sixth Borough, by Jonathan Safran Foer, read by Jerry Zaks, The Occasional Garden, by Saki, read by Daniel Gerroll, and The Palmist by Andrew Lam, read by James Naughton.

Pages