Previous Episode Archive

Episode No. 1801H

 

This episode features Quadrocopter, a Flathead Valley business that mixes technologies to market a new product. The show also profiles the people behind Montana's longest running microbrewery, a talented Missoula tattoo artist who has overcome his medical condition and a fourth generation Montana couple who started Montana's only whiskey distillery in Bozeman. First Aired Thursday, February 16, 2012.


Episode No. 1702

This episode features Montana Emu Ranch Company in Kalispell, Amaltheia Dairy in Belgrade, JuJu Gear in Big Sky, HCR Inc. Air Doors in Lewistown, Nine Fingers Mustard in Laurel and Montana Monster Munchies in Bozeman. First Aired Thursday, September 30, 2010.


Episode No. 1701

This episode features Grizzly Saddlery in Great Falls, Walker Guitars in Alberton, Goertzen Adventure Equipment in Missoula, Creative Sale Company in Columbia Falls, Zombie Tools in Missoula and Bird House Crossing in Noxon. First Aired Thursday, August 26, 2010.


Episode No. 1602

This episode features Custom Log Homes in Stevensville, Shelter Design Yurts in Troy, Hi-Heat Industries in Lewistown, Wilcoxson's Ice Cream in Billings, Parrot Confectionery in Helena and Lissie's Luv Yums in Great Falls. First Aired Thursday, August 20, 2009


Episode No. 1501

This episode visits the Double H Custom Hat Company in Darby, Adanac Dog Sleds in Olney, Camden Iron in Corvallis, Archie Bray Foundation Clay in Helena and Real People Herbals in Browning. Hosted by Breanna Roy and produced by the 2009 class of the University of Montana Radio-Television Department.

Episode No. 1502

This episode visits Red Neck Smoked Meats in Kalispell, Howling Moon Salsa in Hamilton, Gluten Free Mama's in Polson, Kettle Care Products in Whitefish, S&P Conversions in Missoula and Artisan Doors of Montana in Kalispell. Hosted by Lindsay Alvestad and produced by the 2009 class of the University of Montana Radio-Television Department. First Aired Thursday, August 21, 2008.

Episode No. 1401

This episode features High Plains Sheepskin in Helena, Trapline Lodges in Whitehall, American Spurs in Ronan, Mountain Spring Spas in Stevensville and MoJo Truffles in Bigfork. First Aired Saturday, January 17, 2009.


Episode No. 1402

This episode features Mountain Colors in Corvallis, Montana Rustics in Bozeman, Delaney Guitars in Florence, Kimir Seatposts in Polson and Granrud's Lefse in Opheim. First Aired Sunday, June 1, 2008.

Episode No. 1301

In this episode we are introduced to Goose Bay Glass in Townsend, Ligocyte Pharmaceuticals in Bozeman, Montana Tamale Company in Colstrip, Bowman's Wilson Boots in Livingston and Wild Rose Emu Farm in Hamilton. Erin Yost hosts. Produced by the students of the Radio-Television Department at The University of Montana. First Aired Thursday, August 10, 2006

Episode No. 1302

In this episode we are introduced to Garden City Fungi in Huson, Pasta Montana in Great Falls, Diversified Plastics in Missoula, Felco Industries in Missoula and Caramel Cookie Waffle in Billings. Chris Zielke hosts. Produced by the students of the Radio-Television Department at The University of Montana. First Aired Thursday, August 17, 2006.

Episode No. 1201

This episode features Winds of Montana in Billings, Brookins Candle Company in Melrose, Mexitana Tortilla Company in Corvallis, Montana Salsa in Helena, and Big Sky Candy in Hamilton. Business: Made in Montana is produced by students at the University of Montana Radio-TV Department in the School of Journalism. First Aired Thursday, August 11, 2005.

Episode No. 1202

This episode features Water Master Rafts of Missoula, Red Oxx Backpacks of Billings, Tow Haul of Bozeman, Helena Stamp Works in Helena and D & Me Toys in Stevensville. Business: Made in Montana is produced by students at the University of Montana Radio-TV Department in the School of Journalism. First Aired Thursday, August 18, 2005.

Episode No. 1203

This episode features Shiloh Rifle Company in Big Timber, George Guilly Totem Poles in Hamilton, Glacier Brewing Company in Polson, Bittersweet Guitars in Hamilton and Doggon Wheels in Livingston. Business: Made in Montana is produced by students at the University of Montana Radio-TV Department in the School of Journalism. First Aired Thursday, August 25, 2005.

Episode No. 1102

This episode features Weber Mandolins in Logan, Montana Natural Beef in Dixon, Park Street Pasties in Butte, Hunter Bay Coffee in Lolo, Brookies Cookies in Bigfork and Wolfe & Wolfe Silver Creations in Forsyth. The series is produced by students at the University of Montana Radio-TV Department in the School of Journalism. First Aired Thursday, August 19, 2004.

Episode No. 1002

In this program we ll go inside Trans-Ova Genetics in Belgrade, Montana Mad Hatters in Twin Bridges, Montana Tea & Spice in Missoula, OP/TECH USA in Belgrade, Nutritional Laboratories International in Missoula and Montana Trunk & Keepsake in Corvallis. Hosted by UM student Matt Mandell, the show, which is celebrating its tenth anniversary, is produced by students in The University of Montana Radio-Television Dept. First Aired Thursday, August 28, 2003.

Episode No. 1001

We're given the inside scoop on Northern Care Prosthetics and Orthotics in Kalispell, Outaware in Belgrade, Blue Dog Log Furniture in Missoula, Semitool in Kalispell, Next FX Pyrotechnics in Columbus, and Montana Boats in Missoula. Hosted by UM student Katherine Forest. Business: Made in Montana is produced by students in the Radio-Television Department of The University of Montana, who are celebrating 10 years of profiling Montana businesses. First Aired Thursday, August 21, 2003.

Episode No. 902

This episode features the R.L. Winston Rod Company in Twin Bridges, Sun Mountain Sports in Missoula, Tachini Drums in Arlee, Lolo Creek Mustard in Missoula, Big Sky Teas in Thompson Falls, and the Sweet Palace in Philipsburg. First Aired Thursday, August 15, 2002.

Episode No. 901

This episode features the Lost Woodsman in Missoula, Montana Boworks in Hamilton, Clay in Calico in Cardwell, PFM Manufacturing in Townsend, Glass Act in Missoula and West Paw Design in Bozeman. First Aired Thursday, August 01, 2002.

Episode No. 802

This episode features Wookey Alpine Packs in Bozeman, Mitten Mountain Manufacturing in Missoula, Pygmy Products in Missoula, Sparky in Conrad, Ragged Mountain Antler Chandeliers in Hamilton and Big Dipper Ice Cream in Missoula. Produced by students of the UM Radio- TV Department. First Aired Friday, August 03, 2001.

Episode No. 801

This episode features 1st Aid First in Deer Lodge, Doctor Down in Polson, Cream of the West in Billings, Montana Boat builders in Livingston and A Carousel for Missoula in Missoula. Produced by the UM Radio-TV Department. First Aired Friday, July 06, 2001.

Episode No. 702

On this episode, we feature Big Sky Bistro in Missoula, Sunelco in Hamilton, Montana Silver Springs in Philipsburg, and Timberline Tools in Whitefish. Business: Made in Montana is produced by students at the University of Montana School of Journalism and Department of Radio-TV. First Aired Friday, August 18, 2000.

Episode No. 701

In this episode, we feature Gibson Guitars in Bozeman, Toot & Hoot Dijiri-Tubes in Stevensville, Dog Sled Montana in Kalispell and Wheat Montana Bakery & Deli in Three Forks. Business: Made In Montana is produced by the students at the University of Montana School of Journalism and Department of Radio-TV for KUFM/Montana PBS, UM-Missoula. First Aired Friday, July 21, 2000.

Episode No. 601

This episode features Counter Assault Bear Spray in Kalispell, Strong Racing Frames and Big Sky Laser Technology in Bozeman, Montana Wood Designs in Eureka and Rand's Custom Hatters in Billings. Students of the Radio-TV Department at The University of Montana produce this program for KUFM-TV/MontanaPBS, UM. First Aired Monday, September 20, 1999.

Episode No. 501

This episode features Superior Fire Apparatus in Helena, Country Foods Pasta in Polson, the Great Harvest Bread franchise in Missoula, Artistic Impressions in Corvallis and Jore Industries in Ronan. This program is produced by students of the Radio-TV Department at the University of Montana. First Aired Friday, July 17, 1998.