Midmorning ceased broadcast on February 20, 2012 and was replaced by The Daily Circuit.

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Thursday, August 14, 2008

Minnesota Public Radio Stories

  • When grief won't go away
    Scientists have determined that the brain may be biologically hardwired to keep us from getting over the death of a loved one. Midmorning discusses the kinds treatment available for this intense bereavement.9:06 a.m.
    Mary-Frances O'Connor: Professor of psychiatry at UCLA school of medicine.
    Katherine Shear: Professor of psychiatry in social work at Columbia University.
  • A man of science and letters
    William Carlos Williams is one of the most celebrated American poets of the 20th century, yet he toiled in obscurity for much of his life. Midmorning examines the life and the work of the man who delivered babies by day, and wrote poetry by night.10:06 a.m.
    Neil Baldwin: Poet, historian and author of "To All Gentleness: William Carlos Williams, the Doctor-Poet."
    Bill Zavatsky: Poet and English teacher at Trinity High School in New York. His most recent volume of poetry is "Where X Marks the Spot."

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