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The Emperor of All Maladies

This “biography” from Ken Burns and Barak Goodman chronicles the battles to cure, control, and conquer cancer. The three-part documentary is a historical documentary, a scientific report, and an engrossing vérité film. Tune in March 30, 31, and April 1 at 8 pm CT.


Mr. Selfridge Returns

The fascinating story of the rise and fall of London’s retail king continues with an all-new, and stylish, season. Tune in Sundays at 9 pm CT beginning March 29.


It’s a new season of Call the Midwife!

The nurses, midwives, and nuns from Nonnatus House prepare to enter a new decade—the 1960s. Tune in Sundays at 8 pm CT beginning March 29.


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 March and April on Prairie Pulse: 8th Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Myron Bright  (3/20); Bismarck Businesswoman Cheri Esper  (3/27); North Dakota Tourism Director Sara Otte Coleman (4/3); Author Mike Jacobs, Inside Energy (4/10); Prairie Public’s Scott Prebys, Inside Energy (4/17); North Dakota United President Nick Archuleta  (4/24)

In March and April on Prairie Mosaic: Western Minnesota Steam Threshers Reunion, Pop Wagner and Bob Bovee, Lawrence Welk’s legacy, and the pipe organ of Trinity Lutheran Church, Moorhead (3/23); Sandy Lake Tragedy, North Dakota Artists, Historical and Cultural Society of Clay County WWII exhibit, and music from Wild Hands of Minot, ND (04/13).

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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