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KGSM Student Radio
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Student Radio at Gustavus Adolphus College. KGSM Radio: The Voice of Gustavus
 
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RNZ: Black Sheep
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The shady, controversial and sometimes downright villainous characters of New Zealand history, presented by William Ray.
 
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St. Thomas
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WCCO is the flagship home for St. Thomas Football
 
Paris in 1792 is no longer what it was in 1789. In 1789, the old French society was still brilliant. The past endured beside the present. Neither names nor escutcheons, neither liveries nor places at court, had been suppressed. The aristocracy and the Revolution lived face to face. In 1792, the scene has changed."France was now on the verge of the Reign of Terror (la Terreur), the violent years following the Revolution, and this book chronicles the terrible period of French history which cul ...
 
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The story of Horatio Robley continues... How did a man once dubbed a "predator of culture" for his collection of Maori heads become better known as a "friend of the Maori"?
 
Horatio Robley witnessed the most famous battle of the New Zealand Wars, he fathered a child with the daughter of a sworn enemy, his sketching helped end a war, his book helped save the art of Maori tattooing... But mostly he's famous for his grotesque collection of nearly 40 human heads.
 
The death penalty has started wars, won elections, outraged the population and ruined lives. Join William Ray for this live podcast recording at the Bread and Circus Festival in Christchurch with guests Dame Fiona Kidman, Vincent O'Malley and Mark Derby as they unpick the history of executions in New Zealand.…
 
Bully Hayes is famous as a charismatic "pirate" of the South Pacific. But most stories gloss over his more heinous crimes: Slavery, sexual assault and the brutal abuse of his crew.
 
In part two, how Gustavus von Tempsky went from a relatively famous soldier to the uber-hero of NZ colonial history.
 
He was larger than life, a warrior and artist who's legend has only grown since his death in 1868.... but Gustavus von Tempsky had a dark side
 
Why do some historians think an NZ-born traitor was "instrumental" in the Japanese victory in Singapore during WWII?
 
What drove a boy from Reefton to turn against his comrades in World War Two? How was a former boxing and swimming champion recruited as an agent of Imperial Japan?
 
Amy Bock was a criminal "supreme in her cleverness". Her most famous con saw her pose as a man for 15 weeks and marry the daughter of her landlord. Nobody has ever been able to explain what motivated her lifetime of fraud and scams.
 
Coach Glen Caruso wraps everything up from this final battle of the regular season. Then, hear all of the game highlights and the scores from this last Saturday of the regular season.
 
It's the most important 15 minutes of the season, as either the Tommies or the Royals position themselves for an NCAA tournament bid.
 
The broadcast heads back out to Royal Stadium in Arden Hills as the teams resume the action.
 
Eric catches up with Bethel basketball coach Doug Novak. Steve Thomson updates the regional scoreboard on this final day of the regular season in Division II and Division III.
 
Dave Lee and Eric Nelson continue to describe this battle for second place in the MIAC standings.
 
A lot is on the line in this final game of the regular season. The Tommies and the Royals battle it out with a potential NCAA tournament bid to the winner.
 
Coach Glen Caruso reviews the good and the bad from Saturday's action. The final highlights are rolled out. Plus, the regional scoreboard lets us know where all of the area teams stand.
 
It's time to for the final 15 minutes between the Tommies and the Gusties.
 
We head back to West of Lund Stadium in St. Peter for the second half of game action.
 
Steve Thomson goes through the 1st-half highlights and runs down the area scoreboard. Then, Eric catches up with Tyler Knutson to discuss a recent honor that was given to the Tommies' place kicker.
 
Dave Lee and Eric Nelson keep us informed on the play-by-play of this late-season conference matchup.
 
The Tommies travel to St. Peter to continues their series with the Gusties.
 
Tommie coach Glen Caruso tells us his thoughts on Saturday's game. We also get the final highlights of the game and scoreboard from the MIAC and beyond.
 
We wrap up another MIAC battle between the Oles and the Tommies.
 
The game gets back underway between two teams with above .500 records on the season.
 
Eric catches up with a couple of members of the 1968 team. What are their thoughts of the program 50 years later? Steve Thomson provides highlights and scores from the Downtown studio.
 
Dave Lee and Eric Nelson continue their call from O'Shaughnessy Stadium.
 
The Oles visit St. Paul for their annual matchup with the Tommies.
 
Coach Glen Caruso reviews what went well and what needs works after Saturday's game. Then, we wrap up our coverage with a run-through of the highlights and the regional final scores.
 
St. Thomas and Carleton finish off another edition of their annual contest.
 
We head back to O'Shaughnessy Stadium as the action resumes on a Saturday in October.
 
Eric catches up with Tommie men's basketball coach John Tauer as this season's team gears up for the year. Steve Thomson offers us highlights and scores from around the region.
 
Dave Lee and Eric Nelson handle the breezy conditions to bring us the action from this MIAC conference tilt.
 
The Tommies return home to face the Knights. This is the opening stanza from St. Paul.
 
We hear from coach Glen Caruso after the game. Plus, there are final highlights and regional finals to be shared.
 
It's the final 15 minutes of action, with the MIAC lead and St. Thomas' long conference winning streak on the line.
 
The battle for the Holy Grail gets back underway from Collegeville.
 
Steve Thomson takes us through the 1st half highlights and updates the regional scoreboard. Plus, Dave offers us a retrospective feature on the life and career of the late Johnnie legend, head coach John Gagliardi.
 
Dave Lee and Eric Nelson are on the mic for this very important game in the MIAC standings.
 
The annual St. Thomas-St. John's rivalry starts its latest edition from Collegeville.
 
Coach Glen Caruso reviews what went well during Saturday's victory. Steve wraps up the game with highlights and some of the other big scores of the day.
 
Another MIAC conference game wraps up as we get into October.
 
The Tommies and Auggies continue their battle on a Saturday in St. Paul.
 
Eric speaks with Dr. Mark Dienhart about his role on the 1973 Tommie team. Steve Thomson provides the 1st-half highlights and updates the regional scoreboard.
 
Dave Lee and Eric Nelson gives us the details as the plays keep coming at you from St. Paul.
 
The Tommies welcomes Augsburg over to O'Shaughnessy Stadium for a classic MIAC conference game.
 
We get reaction from coach Glen Caruso. Plus, hear the full game highlights and final scores from another Saturday of college football.
 
It's the last 15 minutes of gameplay between the Tommies and the Cobbers.
 
We return to Jack Christiansen Stadium in Moorhead for the call of the game.
 
Eric chats with Concordia football broadcaster Chris Ohm. Steve Thomson runs down the biggest plays of the first half, as well as the regional scoreboard.
 
Dave Lee and Eric Nelson describe all of the plays taking place on a drizzly Saturday in the Red River Valley.
 
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