Midmorning ceased broadcast on February 20, 2012 and was replaced by The Daily Circuit.
Minnesota Public Radio Stories
- The decline of creativity
One author argues that America is suffering a crisis of creative thought. A psychologist explains we can do to encourage creativity and innovation in our thinking.9:06 a.m.
Po Bronson: co-author with Ashley Merryman of "NutureShock: New Thinking About Children." He's also the author of "What Should I Do With My Life."
Shelley Carson: is a researcher at Harvard University. Her new book is "Your Creative Brain."
- Hollywood espionage
The new film about CIA operative Valerie Plame opens today and Midmorning delves into Ken Turan's best picks for the spy genre.10:06 a.m.
Kenneth Turan: film critic for the Los Angeles Times. His reviews can also be heard on NPR's Morning Edition. His latest book "Free for All" is just out in paperback this month.
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