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The Roosevelts: An Intimate History weaves the stories of Theodore, Franklin, and Eleanor Roosevelt, three members of one of the most prominent and influential families in American politics. The 14-hour Ken Burns documentary airs Tuesdays at 7 pm CT in May.


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.

Growing Up Wild (Natural World 2015-16)

Nature: Wednesdays at 7 pm

Tune in Wednesday, May 13, for Nature’s Animal Childhood, which shows that growing up is never easy.

In April and May on Prairie Pulse: 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); Karen Babine, Author of “Water and What We Know” (5/1); Indian Cookbook Author Sherbanoo Aziz (5/8); MSUM Film Studies Professor Kyja Kristjansson-Nelson (5/15); Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra Executive Director Trudy Schroeder  (5/22). Watch past shows online.

In May on Prairie Mosaic: Politician A.C. Townley, musician Elisa Korenne, Poetry Out Loud, and the Carluster Crumblebee Orchestra (5/8); Jon Offutt glass, Minnesota grass roots politics, singer-songwriter Elisa Korenne, and the Mary Marshall Quintet 5/11); Poetry Out Loud, Singer-Songwriter Elisa Korenne, Lord Selkirk, Auratone (5/18). Watch past shows online.

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