Hay Day: Musical Barns of North Dakota

This new documentary from Prairie Public pays tuneful tribute to an icon of our Midwestern landscape. Tune in Tuesday, June 2, at 7 pm CT for the television premiere!

Growing Up Wild (Natural World 2015-16)

Nature: Wednesdays at 7 pm

Tune in Wednesday, May 13, for Nature’s Animal Childhood, which shows that growing up is never easy.


Behind the Scenes

We’ll rebroadcast all three hours of Antiques Roadshow’s visit to Bismarck, then go behind the scenes to investigate the treasures found in North Dakota—including these masks valued at $250,000. Tune in Monday, June 1, at 7 pm CT or Saturday, June 6, at 1:30 pm CT.

In May and June on Prairie Pulse: Karen Babine, Author of “Water and What We Know” (5/1); Indian Cookbook Author Sherbanoo Aziz (5/8); MSUM Film Studies Professor Kyja Kristjansson-Nelson (5/15); Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra Executive Director Trudy Schroeder  (5/22); Fargo Mayor Tim Mahoney (6-12); North Dakota Senior Medicare Patrol Coordinator Brenda Munson (6/19); Author and Fargo South High Teacher Stephen Tiedman (6/26).  Watch past shows online.

In May and June on Prairie Mosaic: Politician A.C. Townley, musician Elisa Korenne, Poetry Out Loud, and the Carluster Crumblebee Orchestra (5/8); Jon Offutt glass, Minnesota grass roots politics, singer-songwriter Elisa Korenne, and the Mary Marshall Quintet 5/11); Poetry Out Loud, Singer-Songwriter Elisa Korenne, Lord Selkirk, Auratone (5/18); Guitar builder Kevin Muiderman, ND Senator Gerald Nye, Mahnomen Country Museum, Useful Jenkins (6/22); James J. Hill’s railroad empire, singer/songwriter Elisa Korenne, a Dakota Indian story, Mille Lacs Indian Museum, and a duet by Chris Kachian and David Jenkins (6/29). Watch past shows online.

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