Coming August 31

Some of the world’s most charismatic marine creatures convene in a once-a-year confluence of fins, fur and fangs as experts come together in a live TV broadcast—Big Blue Live.


Joe Bonamassa

Tune in Saturday, September 26, at 9:30 pm CT to learn how you can receive tickets to see Joe Bonamassa in concert at the Fargo Civic Center on May 7!


We (Never) Don’t Forget

This new documentary from Prairie Public examines the history, language, music, religion, and foodways of the South American Germans from Russia. Tune in for the television premiere on September 24 at 7 pm CT.


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The Civil War

The award-winning film produced and directed by Ken Burns will be rebroadcast over five consecutive nights in September to coincide with the 25th anniversary of the series’ initial broadcast. Tune in beginning September 7.

In August and September on Prairie Pulse: Concordia College English Professor and Author Amy Waktin (8/3); “Samson’s Gift” author Ellen Diederich and Rollag MN Steamthresher’s Reunion (8/21); author of “Goodbye Mike, Hello Judge,” Judge Myron Bright (8/28); MSUM Professor of Film Studies and MN Professor of the Year Kyja Kristjansson-Nelson (9/4); Susan Wefald, author of “Important Voices” (9/11); Fargo Mayor Tim Mahoney (9/18); Brenda Munson, North Dakota Senior Medicare Patrol Coordinator; Concordia College Film Professor Greg Carlson’s Award-Winning Film “The Hammer and the Axe” (9/25) . Tune in Fridays at 7:30, and watch past shows online.

In August and September on Prairie Mosaic: Lake Country Mountaineers Black Powder Club, Gooseberry Falls State Park, Elisa Korenne, and The Orphan Train (8/24); Graffiti artists Paul Ide and Micha, North Dakota’s 2015 State Poetry Out Loud Winner J’Kobe Wallace, Thomas Douglas the 5th Earl of Selkirk, Reina Del Cid (8/31); Minnesota-born politician A.C. Townley, musician Elisa Korenne, Annual Poetry Out Loud Competition, and Carluster Crumblebee Orchestra (9/21); Jon Offutt’s glassblowing studio, grassroots Minnesota politics, music from Elisa Korenne, and the Mary Marshall Quintet  (9/28). Watch past shows online.

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