Arts & Culture
- Screen Time: 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes'
For this week's Screen Time, Kerri and Stephanie discuss "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes."The Daily Circuit, July 9, 2014
- Roaming and Reading: Canberra, Australia
For this week's Roaming and Reading, we travel to Canberra, Australia with Ginger Gorman, an ABC radio presenter and producer.The Daily Circuit, July 9, 2014
- Screen Time: James Harvey's 'Watching Them Be'
For Screen Time this week, Stephanie and Kerri discuss movies and books including the new book, James Harvey's "Watching Them Be."The Daily Circuit, July 1, 2014
- The best books to read this summer
Two book lovers reveal their top choices for the summer season.The Daily Circuit, July 1, 2014
- Pianist Butch Thompson looks back on 40 years of Prairie Home
One of the show's regular guests, pianist Butch Thompson, has been there since the second broadcast.The Daily Circuit, July 2, 2014
- In 'Third Person,' intertwining tales of love
MPR News' Euan Kerr previews "Third Person," the newest film from writer and director Paul Haggis.The Daily Circuit, July 1, 2014
- How much money does a movie need to make to turn a profit?
Tom Cruise's "Edge of Tomorrow" has grossed more than $292 million worldwide. That may sound like a success, but that's actually on pace to just break even or turn a small profit.The Daily Circuit, June 24, 2014
- 30 years later, why you should care about 'Purple Rain'
Wednesday marks the 30th anniversary of the release of "Purple Rain," Prince's iconic album and movie.The Daily Circuit, June 25, 2014
- Roaming and Reading: Brazil
We're traveling to Brazil, just in time for the World Cup.The Daily Circuit, June 24, 2014
- Books that inspired you to travel
This week, PBS host Rudy Maxa joins The Daily Circuit for an extended Roaming and Reading. We discuss books that inspired you to travel.The Daily Circuit, June 24, 2014
- Amanda Lindhout on surviving brutal 15-month captivity in Somalia
In her memoir, Amanda Lindhout recounts her experience as a young woman backpacking across the world and the 15 months she spent in captivity as a hostage in Somalia.The Daily Circuit, June 24, 2014
- Michael Norton on how smart spending can make you happier
Social research conducted around the world determined that how you spend your money effects your happiness more than how much money you have.The Daily Circuit, June 22, 2014
- John Moe imagines letters between celebrity icons in "Dear Luke"
For John Moe, it's not enough to write fan letters to his favorite celebrities. The host of public radio show Wits wants to imagine he is the celebrity, writing a letter about something within that pop culture world.The Daily Circuit, June 20, 2014
- Author Mary Relindes Ellis recounts Bohemian Flats history in new book
Generations of immigrants in the early days of Minneapolis's history lived in the eclectic area along the Mississippi River known as the Bohemian Flats.The Daily Circuit, June 20, 2014
- Screen Time looks at Western films
As part of our Western week on The Daily Circuit, Kerri and Stephanie discuss more Western films.The Daily Circuit, June 18, 2014
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