Kerri Miller

Kerri Miller

Host, The Daily Circuit and Talking Volumes
Minnesota Public Radio
kmiller@mpr.org


Kerri Miller is host of The Daily Circuit and Talking Volumes. She was the political reporter for KARE 11 television in Minneapolis-St. Paul before coming to MPR in 2004.

Kerri Miller Feature Archive

Horst Rechelbacher died Saturday of pancreatic cancer. He was 72. In 2008, MPR's Kerri Miller talked to him about his career. (02/17/2014)
Temple Grandin
MPR's Kerri Miller has interviewed scientist and autism activist Temple Grandin at least four times, including a recent visit that led to a story she produced for KARE TV. And they'll talk again tonight at the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul, about Grandin's research into the autistic brain -- including her own. (05/09/2013)
Women and guns
When a guest said you can't understand the thrill of shooting until you've tried it, Kerri Miller decided she had to try it. (The Daily Circuit, 03/19/2013)
The Boy Scouts of America is releasing the names of the suspected pedophiles they've been compiling for decades in an announcement today. The Scouts began keeping those files in 1910, but they have never made the names public. (The Daily Circuit, 10/18/2012)
Kerri's book Pick of the Week is Alan Furst's "Mission to Paris." Minnesota bestselling writer Vince Flynn says Furst is "the most talented espionage novelist of our generation." (The Daily Circuit, 06/18/2012)
Kerri's book Pick of the Week is "Bring Up the Bodies" by Hilary Mantel. We'll be airing an interview with her Wednesday, June 20 on The Daily Circuit. (The Daily Circuit, 06/11/2012)
This week her book Pick of the Week is "The Emotional Life of Your Brain," co-authored by leading psychologist, psychiatrist and brain researcher Dr. Richard Davidson. (The Daily Circuit, 06/04/2012)
Kerri's book Pick of the Week is thriller "Before I Go to Sleep" by S.J. Watson. She picked it up at Tattered Cover in Denver. (The Daily Circuit, 05/27/2012)
Kerri's book Pick of the Week is the biography of the man that Eric Clapton called "by far without a doubt the best guitar player alive:" blues legend Buddy Guy. (The Daily Circuit, 05/21/2012)
Kerri's book Pick of the Week is Ron Rash's follow up to his bestselling novel "Serena." (The Daily Circuit, 05/14/2012)
Kerri's book Pick of the Week is Kenneth Turan's "Never Coming to a Theater Near You." Turan calls his book "a guide for the perplexed." (The Daily Circuit, 05/07/2012)
Kerri's book Pick of the Week is "The Professionals," a thriller by Canadian writer Owen Laukkanen. She says it's dramatic and creative with "a really unusual setup that touches on the economy we're in and the employment picture for young people." (The Daily Circuit, 04/30/2012)
Kerri's book Pick of the Week is Thomas Mallon's "Watergate." The New Yorker called it "historical fiction that unfolds with the urgency of a thriller." (The Daily Circuit, 04/23/2012)
Kerri's book Pick of the Week is "Wingshooters" by Nina Revoyr. The Los Angeles Times calls it "a searing, anguished novel about racial bigotry in a small, insulated Wisconsin town named Deerhorn, where people who were born there tend not to leave." (The Daily Circuit, 04/16/2012)
Kerri's book Pick of the Week is Jonah Lehrer's "Imagine: How Creativity Works." (The Daily Circuit, 04/02/2012)