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  • Market to Market (October 19, 2012) (#3808)

    Full Program: The battle over a controversial oil pipeline heats up, even where crude is king. Water from a smaller conduit transcends barriers in the Middle East, earning its developer the World Food Prize....

  • Market to Market (October 12, 2012) (#3807)

    Full Program: The Agriculture Department increases previous estimates on U.S. crop production. The rhetoric gets heated as candidates debate everything from trade policy to a lack of progress on the next Farm... 27:44

  • Loebsack (D) and Archer (R) Debate | Oct. 16, 2012 (#102)

    Full Program: [2nd Congressional District] Rep. Dave Loebsack (D-Iowa City) and John Archer (R-Bettendorf) participated in a live debate in Newton on Tuesday, October 16 at 7 p.m. on statewide Iowa Public... 58:00

  • City of Literature

    Full Program: The oldest creative writing program in the country, and still regarded the best. More than forty Pulitzer Prize winners. North America's only UNESCO 'City of Literature'. How did the midwestern... 58:24

  • 2012 World Food Prize

    Full Program: DES MOINES, IOWA - Live coverage of the World Food Prize, honoring outstanding individuals who strive to improve the quality, quantity or availability of food throughout the world. The 2012... 01:26:00

  • Boswell (D) and Latham (R) Debate | Oct. 11, 2012 (#101)

    Full Program: [3rd Congressional District] - U.S. Rep. Leonard Boswell (D-Des Moines) and U.S. Rep. Tom Latham (R-Clive) participated in a live debate in Council Bluffs on Thursday, October 11 at 7 p.m. on... 58:00

  • Market to Market (October 5, 2012) (#3806)

    Full Program: Presidential candidates exchange jabs on the economy in the first of three debates. Midwest business conditions improve modestly, but the outlook is anything but optimistic.Market analysis with Sue... 27:44

  • Reporters Roundtable (#4005)

    Full Program: Iowa Press features a roundtable discussion on the 2012 election cycle with Radio Iowa's Kay Henderson, The Gazette’s James Lynch, and the Des Moines Register's Jennifer Jacobs. Dean Borg hosts. 28:46

  • Market to Market (September 28, 2012) (#3805)

    Full Program: Drought-influenced corn prices prompt hog producers to consider tough choices. America’s first major high speed railroad could be the end of the line for some farmers. Market analysis with Tomm... 27:45

  • Judicial Retention (#4004)

    Full Program: Iowa State Bar Association President Cynthia Moser and Bob Vander Plaats, President of The Family Leader discuss the 2012 judicial retention election. Joining Moser and Vander Plaats at the Iowa... 28:08

  • Market to Market (September 21, 2012) (#3804)

    Full Program: Presidential candidates duke it out on trade policy – particularly as it relates to China… U.S. farm policy authorization expires in days, but Congress plans a recess to campaign. In Iowa,... 27:46

  • David Walker & Robert Bixby on the National Debt (#4003)

    Full Program: Former Comptroller of the United States David Walker and Concord Coalition Executive Director Robert Bixby discuss possible solutions to issues related to the growing national debt. Joining... 28:45

  • Iowa Outdoors (#205) (#205)

    Full Program: In this episode, we go sailing on Lake Okoboji, find out why nearly three quarters of a million people visit Big Creek State Park each year, learn how the drought affected water quality and... 28:45

  • Market to Market (September 14, 2012) (#3803)

    Full Program: Presidential candidate surrogates outline their priorities for rural America. The Agriculture Department releases its much-anticipated supply and demand estimates. The EPA explains why it’s... 27:43

  • Dr. Kenneth M. Quinn on the Death of Ambassador Chris Stevens (#4002)

    Full Program: Dr. Kenneth M. Quinn, former U.S. Ambassador to the Kingdom of Cambodia and President of the World Food Prize Foundation, discusses the death of U.S. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens in Libya.... 28:48

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