Tickets are still available

Pledge your support, and we’ll thank you with these concert tickets:
Brit Floyd, July 22 in Winnipeg
Celtic Woman, June 4 in Bismarck and June 5 in Grand Forks
Celtic Thunder, December 3 in Winnipeg


Downton Abbey is back by popular demand

Relive the whole drama from episode one. Tune in Thursdays at 9pm CT.

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Civil War on the Great Plains

Prairie Public, Emmy-nominated documentary producer and writer Darrell Dorgan, and Emmy-winning videographer and editor David Geck present The Civil War on the Great Plain, the story of the fight for a homeland. Visit our shop site to purchase your own copy.


Congratulations, Willie

Rosanne Cash, Edie Brickell, Paul Simon, Alison Krauss, Raul Malo, Neil Young, and more pay tribute to the singer and songwriter in Willie Nelson: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song on Friday, May 27, at 9 pm CT.

Tune in for Prairie Pulse: University of Mary Political Science Professor Dr. Mark Springer (5/13); ND Gubernatorial Candidates Wayne Stenehjem-Doug Burgum Debate (5/20); State Historical Society of North Dakota Director Claudia Berg (5/27); Retiring ND State Engineer Todd Sando (6/3); ND Indian Affairs Commission Director Scott Davis (6/17); ND Highway Patrol and Law Enforcement Training Director Lt. Dan Haugen (6/24); Dickinson St. University President Dr. Thomas Mitzel (7/1).  Tune in Fridays at 7:30, and watch past shows online.

Prairie_Mosaic_402_tvfeatureIn May on Prairie Mosaic: Minnesota-born Politician A.C. Townley, Singer/Songwriter Elisa Korenne, Poetry Out Loud, and Carluster Crumblebee Orchestra (5/2); Glassblower Jon Offutt, Grass Roots of Minnesota Politics, Singer/Songwriter Elisa Korenne, and Mary Marshall Quintet (5/16); Sculptor Paul Olson, the Time Span Museum in Scotland, the historical story of Alexander McKenzie, and musician Andra Suchy (5/23).  Watch past shows online.

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