Tickets are still available

Pledge your support, and we’ll thank you with these concert tickets:
Brit Floyd, July 22 in Winnipeg
Celtic Woman, June 4 in Bismarck and June 5 in Grand Forks
Joe Bonamassa, May 7 in Fargo
Celtic Thunder, December 3 in Winnipeg
James Taylor, June 4 in Fargo


Downton Abbey is back by popular demand

Relive the whole drama from episode one. Tune in Thursdays at 9pm CT.


Genius by Stephen Hawking

In each of six episodes (aired over three days), renowned scientist Stephen Hawking presents three ordinary people with a series of physical and mental challenges to show them how to think like a genius. Tune in Wednesdays at 8 pm CT, beginning May 18.


Rick Steves’ Special: The Holy Land, Israelis and Palestinians Today

This television program weaves together both culture’s narratives to better understand a place that is, for a third of humanity, holy land. Travel along with Steves as he visits the major sites on Wednesday, May 11, at 9 pm CT.

In April and May on Prairie Pulse: Plains Art Museum Executive Director Andy Maus (4/1); Superintendent of Public Instruction Kirsten Baesler (4/8); ND Tourism Director Sara Otte Coleman (4/15); Kevin Iverson, North Dakota Census Office (4/22); and NDSU Researcher Christina Weber (4/29); Fargo Children’s Book Author Crystal Vaagen (5/6); University of Mary Political Science Professor Dr. Mark Springer (5/13); State Historical Society of North Dakota Director Claudia Berg (5/20).  Tune in Fridays at 7:30, and watch past shows online.

Prairie_Mosaic_402_tvfeatureIn April and May on Prairie Mosaic: The hypnotic work of Jeffery Zachmann, an Industrial Revolution museum in Lowell MA, Terry Jelsing building the “Spirit Wall,” the poetry and music of Lines&Notes, James J. Hill’s Railroad Empire, Music by Elisa Korenne, a Dakota Indian who protected Sarah Wakefield, Mille Lacs Indian Museum, and a Duet by Chris Kachian and Davis Jenkins (4/18); Minnesota-born Politician A.C. Townley, Singer/Songwriter Elisa Korenne, Poetry Out Loud, and Carluster Crumblebee Orchestra (5/2); Glassblower Jon Offutt, Grass Roots of Minnesota Politics, Singer/Songwriter Elisa Korenne, and Mary Marshall Quintet (5/16); Sculptor Paul Olson, the Time Span Museum in Scotland, the historical story of Alexander McKenzie, and musician Andra Suchy (5/23).  Watch past shows online.

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