Monday, June 29 - We preview this week's POV documentary "The Overnighters." The film is about a small town in North Dakota which has been turned upside down by the sudden development of a booming oil industry which has drawn many hundreds of outsiders to the area in search of high-paying jobs. The film focuses on a Missouri Synod Lutheran pastor who takes it upon himself to welcome many of these men - some of them with checkered pasts - to stay in the church; he does so despite mounting criticism from all sides. The film is also an exploration of the challenge of remaking one's self and of finding a way to fit into a community that is not your own.
Tuesday, June 30 - Ray Forgianni and Melanie Hovey are in the studio to talk about the 2015 HarborMarket - the expansion of it - and special plans for the Fourth of July.
Wednesday, July 1 - Brandon Doman, author of "What's Your Story? True Experiences from Complete Strangers" Doman is the creator of something called The Strangers Project in which he gathers true stories from strangers. 200 of the most interesting have been gathered together in this collection.
Thursday, July 2 - Our interviews this hour will include one with best-selling author Mary Higgins Clark, whose latest suspense novel is titled "The Melody Lingers On."
Friday, July 3 - No program. The station is closed because of the Fourth of July.