The Plot Thickens

It’s 1924. The United Kingdom has its first Labour Party prime minister. The radio is the latest miracle of the age. And Downton Abbey’s traditional ways are besieged on all fronts. Season 5 airs Sundays at 8 pm CT.


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Prairie Public is Golden

Watch online: Prairie Public’s 50 years of service to the prairie.


Prairie Public on Demand

Watch Prairie Public productions online using our On Demand streaming video service. You’ll find full length documentaries and recent episodes of Prairie PulsePrairie Mosaic, and Prairie Musicians.

In January and February on Prairie Pulse: Author and Former Political Activist in North Dakota Chuck Fleming (1/30), author of “The High Divide” Lin Enger (2/6), author of “Samson’s Gift” Ellen Diederich (2/13), author of “Fractured Land” Lisa Westberg Peters (2/20), and Fargo Film Festival director Emily Beck (2/27).

In February on Prairie MosaicThe Kensington Runestone, The Polaris Plant, Entrepreneurial Spirit, and The Fargo Moorhead Symphony Orchestra’s Young People’s Concert (2/2); Artist Brad Bachmeier, Bonsai Artist Lloyd Harding, the Fargo Moorhead Jazz Arts Big Band, Phelps Mill (2/9); Cake Artist Darla Julin, The Fargo Moorhead Symphony Orchestra Woodwind Quintet, The Polaris Experience Center, and Middle River Arts (2/16); and James J. Hill’s Railroad Empire, Music by Elisa Korenne, a Dakota Indian Story, Mille Lacs Indian Museum, and a Chris Kachian and David Jenkins Duet (2/23).

View streaming video about the arts, culture, and heritage of people in the prairie region made possible by funding from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund by the citizens of Minnesota, and by the members of Prairie Public.

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50 Years
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Enjoy Prairie Public productions online using our streaming video service. You¹ll find full length documentaries, episodes of Prairie Pulse, and our arts and culture anthology program, Prairie Mosaic.

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