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. Did you miss the premiere? Tune in for a rebroadcast on September 27 at 6 pm CT.



Is this the new “Downton Abbey”?

Set in a subtropical paradise, Indian Summers on Masterpiece explores the collision of the English ruling class with the local people agitating for independence. Tune in for the nine-part series on Sundays at 9 pm CT beginning September 27.

In September and October on Prairie Pulse: 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) ; Rear Admiral Stuart Munsch (10/02); Inside Energy ND Reporter Emily Guerin (10/9); Jamie Parsley, Author of “The Downstairs Tenant” (10/16); NDSU Political Science Professor Nick Bauroth (10/23); UND English Professor, Writer, and Poet Heidi Czerwiec  (10/30). Tune in Fridays at 7:30, and watch past shows online.

In September and October on Prairie Mosaic: 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); Sculptor Paul Olson, the Time Span Museum in Helmsdale Scotland, the Historical Story of Alexander McKenzie, and Singer/Songwriter Andra Suchy (10/5); Guitar Builder Kevin Muiderman, ND Senator Gerald Nye, Mahnomen County Museum, Music from Useful Jenkins (10/12); James J. Hill’s Railroad Empire, Music from Elisa Korenne, Historic Sarah Wakefield, Mille Lacs Indian Museum, and a Duet from Chris Kachian and David Jenkins (10/19); History of Beer in Minnesota; Skinnfell; Music from Elisa Korenne; Music from Q5 (10/26). Watch past shows online.

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