Built on Agriculture

Tune in as all four episodes air back-to-back on Monday, March 14, at 7 pm CT, or watch it online here.


2016 Downton Abbey Sweepstakes

Enter daily from December 1, 2015 through March 15, 2016 for a chance to win the grand prize of a 6-day, 5-night trip for two adults from the U.S. to Great Britain.

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Sea of Creepy Monsters

Located north of the Indonesian island of Sulawesi is Lembeh Strait—a hotspot of marine biodiversity. Dive with us on Wednesday, February 3, at 9 pm CT.

In January and February on Prairie Pulse: Concordia College President Dr. William Craft (1/8); Psychoanalyst Christopher Bollas, Author of “When the Sun Bursts: The Enigma of Schizophrenia” (1/15); Melissa Gjellstad and Danielle Skjelver, translators of “The War with the Sioux: Norwegians against Indians 1862-1863” (1/22); Crystal Vaagen, Author of “Robbie Zero, Super Girl Hero” (1/29); Fargo City Commissioner Mike Williams (2/5); Lutheran Social Services of ND CEO Jessica Thomasson (2/12); Professional Knitter and Author Adrienne Larson (2/19); ‘360 Review’ Editor Patrick McCloskey (2/26). Tune in Fridays at 7:30, and watch past shows online.

In January and February on Prairie Mosaic: 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; Music by Reina Del Cid. (1/4); History of Beer in MN with Historian Doug Hoverson; Scandinavian Art of Skinnfell; music video from Elisa Dorenne; Music from Q5 (1/11); Interstate Park; Fiber Artist Aliza Nocacek-Olson; the NPL; Music from Anthony Miltich  (1/25); Judy Garland Museum; Fort Ridgely State Park; NDSU Brass Quintet; Lloyd Wiese Wooden Trunks and Chests (2/1); Interstate Park; Fiber Artist Aliza Nocacek-Olson; the NPL; Music from Anthony Miltich (2/22); Interstate Park; Fiber artist Aliza Nocacek-Olson; the NPL; music from Anthony Miltich (2/29). Watch past shows online.

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