Here you'll find the full program for Michigan Radio's Stateside. To find the individual segments and posts, go here.

Stateside 2.8.2018

Feb 8, 2018

Today on Stateside, we hear how the vicious flu season has scientists looking for a better way to produce vaccines. And, we talk to a Suttons Bay man who celebrated face-to-face communication by walking 3,200 miles across the United States.

Stateside 2.7.2018

Feb 7, 2018

Today on Stateside, we discuss the last budget Gov. Snyder will present to the state legislature. And, three high schoolers talk about what it's like to be young women of color these days.

Stateside 2.6.2018

Feb 6, 2018

Today on Stateside, we hear why some believe a gubernatorial appointment is the "cleanest way" to ensure accountability in university trustees. And, we learn there could eventually be ships without captains on the Great Lakes.

Stateside 2.5.2018

Feb 5, 2018

Today on Stateside, we hear from a researcher who's found a link between the Legionnaires' disease outbreak in Genesee County and the switch to Flint River water. And, we talk about the crucial moment of Super Bowl LII when two former Wolverines mattered most.

Stateside 2.2.2018

Feb 2, 2018

Today on Stateside, we discuss what's recyclable and what's not in Michigan. And, we hear how the Nassar scandal raises questions for MSU alumni, parents, and prospective students. Also today, we cheers to Groundhog Day with the Saw His Shadow.

Stateside 2.1.2018

Feb 1, 2018

Today on Stateside, we hear why Michigan nurses are pushing back against understaffing and mandatory overtime. And, we discuss a Detroit Free Press report that the University of Michigan invests billions in firms run by alumni and advisers.

Stateside 1.31.2018

Jan 31, 2018

Today on Stateside, candidate Abdul El-Sayed fights recent uncertainty about his eligibility to run for governor. And, columnist Daniel Howes says Trump's State of the Union comments about the auto industry were "directionally correct," but lacked nuance and detail. Also today, we hear how museum intrigue nearly sent the original Wright brothers plane to Michigan.

Stateside 1.30.2018

Jan 30, 2018

Today on Stateside, we learn how to see tomorrow morning's lunar trifecta, the super blue blood moon. And, we discuss how deep Attorney General Bill Schuette's investigation into MSU will go. Also today, we hear why telemedicine could be an effective weapon in the war on opioid addiction in rural Michigan.

Stateside 1.29.2018

Jan 29, 2018

Today on Stateside, a former MSU sexual assault counselor says she never had a seat at the table. And, Michigan Radio's sports commentator says MSU's Tom Izzo and Mark Dantonio need to be ready for some tough (and necessary) questions. Also today, we hear from a Michigan firm that has no supervisors, and whose employees set their own schedules.

Stateside 1.26.2018

Jan 26, 2018

Today on Stateside, a Republican member of California's redistricting commission says it's a "clear success." We also discuss the perks of former MSU President Simon's contract, and hear an author explain why tremendous beer is now part of Michigan's soul.

Stateside 1.25.2018

Jan 25, 2018

Today on Stateside, we hear reactions to former MSU President Lou Anna Simon's resignation. And, we discuss the state of 911 in Michigan –  the system is nearly half-century old, but big updates are pending. Also today, we hear from an MSU composer up for a Grammy.

Stateside 1.24.2018

Jan 24, 2018

Today on Stateside, we discuss whether a vote of no confidence will be the end for MSU President Lou Anna Simon. And, we debrief after last night's State of the State address. We also hear why a pro-school choice expert gives Michigan's approach a failing grade, and which ubiquitous innovation destroyed the Rickenbacker Motor Company.

Stateside 1.23.2018

Jan 23, 2018

Today on Stateside, a legal expert examines MSU's potential civil and criminal liabilities in the Nassar scandal. And, we discuss a program that looks to spread "college knowledge" among more Detroit students and schools. We also learn there's more to ice fishing than freezing out on a lake.

Stateside 1.22.2018

Jan 22, 2018

On today’s program, Michigan Radio's Kate Wells talks to Stateside about day five of disgraced former sports doctor Larry Nassar's sentencing. Also today, Grand Rapids aims to reduce its carbon footprint to zero by 2050. We find out how the city plans to make that happen.

Stateside 1.19.2018

Jan 19, 2018

Women and girls who were sexually assaulted are getting their chance to make their voice heard in the sentencing hearing of former sports doctor Larry Nassar, including Olympians. Today on Stateside, we hear the latest from Michigan Radio’s Kate Wells. And then, we visit Bridge Magazine and its Truth Squad project.

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Stateside 1.18.2018

Jan 18, 2018

Today on Stateside, we check in on the sentencing hearing for former sports doctor Larry Nassar, and a PFAS expert answers basic questions about the chemicals. Also today, an inventor explains how he turned satellite dishes into wind turbines that help irrigate crops and charge phones.

Stateside 1.17.2018

Jan 17, 2018

Today on Stateside, a meteorite hunter explains just what caused that bright flash of light in Tuesday night's sky. And, we learn how Muskegon "snurfers" plowed the way for snowboarding's popularity. We also discuss whether a sandhill crane hunt is coming to Michigan soon, and we hear why Michigan Radio's sports commentator John U. Bacon calls MSU President Simon's appearance in court today little more than "political expediency."

Stateside 1.16.2018

Jan 16, 2018

Today on Stateside, we hear victims give emotional testimony as sentencing begins for Larry Nassar. And, with three kids, two houses, and a business, we learn why one Salvadoran couple might have to leave it all behind.

Stateside 1.15.2018

Jan 15, 2018

Oprah talked about rape survivor Recy Taylor at the Golden Globes. Today on Stateside, we talk to the Michigan historian who's been researching and telling Taylor's story for the last 15 years. Also today, MSU's Broad Museum spotlights two important Michigan artists.

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Stateside 1.12.2018

Jan 12, 2018

Today on Stateside, state Sen. Casperson, R-Escanaba, defends proposed legislation that would give businesses more power within the Department of Natural Resources. We also hear the extreme evolution of video game music, and how one Michigan artisan transforms kayaks and canoes into art.

Stateside 1.11.2018

Jan 11, 2018

Today on Stateside, we meet a world champion ice carver. For her, spending hours in the freezer is just another day at the office. And, a psychiatrist explains why we should not be in the business of diagnosing the president. 

Stateside 1.10.2018

Jan 10, 2018

Today on Stateside, the state says there's enough money to keep the Children's Health Insurance Plan running until summer. And, in the midst of uncertainty, a science advisor to the Michigan PFAS Action Response Team says the new cleanup standard for PFAS chemicals errs on the "side of caution." Also today, country-rock and jazz artist Jill Jack reflects on two decades of making music in Michigan.

Stateside 1.9.2018

Jan 9, 2018

Today on Stateside, a law professor says Attorney General Bill Schuette has failed consumers. Schuette strongly disagrees. And, we discuss the game-changing effect of being able to see mental illness.

Stateside 1.8.2018

Jan 8, 2018

Today on Stateside: Will a rare indoor velodrome become Detroit's newest Olympic breeding ground? And, "mediocrity will perpetuate mediocrity," so how do the Red Wings break free? Also today, a trans opera singer discusses his risky decision to follow his dreams. 

Stateside 1.5.2018

Jan 5, 2018

Today on Stateside, Congressman Paul Mitchell says the budget and infrastructure are some of the GOP's main priorities for 2018. We also hear from Flint resident Carma Lewis. She explains the challenges she and her neighbors still face today, two years after Gov. Snyder declared a "state of emergency" in Flint.

Stateside 1.4.2018

Jan 4, 2018

Congress is starting the New Year with a hangover from the old one. Today on Stateside, we get the Democrats' take on the issues from Rep. Dan Kildee, D-Flint. And, we learn how Battle Creek students are getting emotional and social support in a new type of classroom.

Stateside 1.3.2018

Jan 3, 2018

Should you worry about catching hepatitis A at Southeast Michigan restaurants? That answer comes today on Stateside. Also today, we learn that without a legislative fix, the new federal tax bill could mean Michiganders pay higher state income taxes. And, a sex trafficking victim advocate says, "There's no place for rescued kids and that's horrible."

Stateside 1.2.2018

Jan 2, 2018

2018 feels like a monumental year in politics. Today on Stateside, we discuss which way Michigan voters will swing. Also today, a psychologist explains why we're so easily fooled by fake stories online. And, we hit the streets to capture some of our fellow Michiganders' hopes and dreams for the new year.

Today on Stateside, Michigan Radio's sports commentator explains why Detroit was your city in 2017 if you like mediocrity in sports. And, a father says former MSU sports doctor Larry Nassar assaulted his teenage daughter while under criminal investigation. 

Today on Stateside, former Congressman and longtime tax reformer Dave Camp says the tax bill is a "positive move forward." And, did the federal government spend $21 trillion that wasn't authorized by Congress? And finally, we hear from the head of the "Harvard of Santa Schools."