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A program guide for members of Prairie Public Broadcasting May 2014

This new three-part series follows best-selling author and U.S. Army veteran Wes Moore as he journeys into the lives of soldiers who are reintegrating into society, establishing new identities, and—for many—finding a new mission.

Coming Back Tuesday, May 13, at 7 pm CT Fitting In Tuesday, May 20, at 7 pm CT Moving Forward Tuesday, May 27, at 7 pm CT


May Prime Time Television Programs Visit www.prairiepublic.org for the most up-to-date schedules, including Prairie Public’s multicast schedules. Programming may change with little or no notice. Programs are listed in Central Time. Prairie Public local television productions are highlighted in blue.

1 Thursday 7:00 This Old House Hour fi 8:00 Doc Martin ⁄ 9:00 Doc Martin ⁄ 10:00 As Time Goes By › 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose Midnight Tavis Smiley 12:30 Scully/The World Show

2 Friday 7:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 7:30 Prairie Pulse Moorhead Mayor Del Rae Williams fi 8:00 Charlie Rose: The Week 8:30 Pennsylvania Ballet at 50 fi 9:30 Losing Lambert: A Journey Through Survival & Hope fi 10:00 As Time Goes By › 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose Midnight Tavis Smiley 12:30 Overheard with Evan Smith fi

3 Saturday 7:00 Globe Trekker London City Guide 2 ⁄ 8:00 My Family › 8:30 Waiting for God › 9:00 To the Manor Born › 9:30 My Hero › 10:00 EastEnders › 11:00 Austin City Limits Juanes/ Jesse & Joy ⁄ Midnight To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 12:30 Well Read fi

4 Sunday 7:00 Lawrence Welk Show Music Memories fi 8:00 Call the Midwife ™ 9:00 Masterpiece Classic Mr. Selfridge, Season 2 (part 6 of 8) ⁄ 10:00 The Bletchley Circle Uncustomed Goods (part 2 of 2) ™ 11:00 EastEnders › Midnight Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 12:30 Prairie Pulse Moorhead Mayor Del Rae Williams fi

5 Monday 7:00 Antiques Roadshow fi 8:30 Antiques Roadshow fi

10:00 As Time Goes By › 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose Midnight Tavis Smiley 12:30 Religion & Ethics Newsweekly

6 Tuesday 7:00 Pioneers of Television Acting Funny ⁄ 8:00 Secrets of the Dead The Lost Gardens of Babylon ⁄ 9:00 Frontline Hunting the Nightmare Bacteria 10:00 As Time Goes By › 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose Midnight Tavis Smiley 12:30 Asia Biz Forecast

7 Wednesday 7:00 Nature Shark Mountain Œ 8:00 NOVA Why Sharks Attack ⁄ 9:00 Nazi Mega Weapons Jet Fighter ME262 Œ 10:00 Almanac: At the Capitol 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose Midnight Tavis Smiley 12:30 Growing Bolder fi

8 Thursday 7:00 This Old House Hour fi 8:00 Doc Martin ⁄ 9:00 Doc Martin ⁄ 10:00 As Time Goes By › 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose Midnight Tavis Smiley 12:30 Scully/The World Show

9 Friday 7:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 7:30 Prairie Pulse ND Tourism Director Sara Otte Coleman fi 8:00 Charlie Rose: The Week 8:30 The Silk Road Ensemble with Yo-Yo Ma: Live from Tanglewood fi 9:30 Jake Shimabukuro: Life on Four Strings fi 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose Midnight Tavis Smiley 12:30 Overheard with Evan Smith fi

10 Saturday 7:00 Globe Trekker Australian Hikes ⁄ 8:00 My Family › 8:30 Waiting for God › 9:00 To the Manor Born › 9:30 My Hero › 10:00 EastEnders › 11:00 Austin City Limits Jack White ⁄


Midnight To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 12:30 Well Read fi

11 Sunday 7:00 Lawrence Welk Show Mother’s Day fi 8:00 Call the Midwife ™ 9:00 Masterpiece Classic Mr. Selfirdge, Season 2 (part 7 of 8) ⁄ 10:00 Secrets of Chatsworth ⁄ 11:00 EastEnders › Midnight Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 12:30 Prairie Pulse ND Tourism Director Sara Otte Coleman fi

16 Friday 7:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 7:30 Prairie Pulse ND Farmers Union President Mark Watne fi 8:00 Charlie Rose: The Week 8:30 American Masters Plimpton! Starring George Plimpton as Himself ⁄ 10:00 As Time Goes By › 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose Midnight Tavis Smiley 12:30 Overheard with Evan Smith fi

17 Saturday 12 Monday 7:00 Antiques Roadshow fi 8:00 Antiques Roadshow fi 9:00 Prairie Mosaic Artist Boyd Sharp, singer/ songwriter Elisa Korenne, chainsaw artist Joe Van Cleave, jeweler Jennifer Patterson, and Northern Lights Gospel Quartet fi 9:30 The Little Country Theatre: 100 Years at North Dakota State University fi 10:00 As Time Goes By › 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose Midnight Tavis Smiley 12:30 Religion & Ethics Newsweekly

13 Tuesday 7:00 Coming Back with Wes Moore Coming Back Œ 8:00 Frontline The United States of Secrets (Part 1 of 2) 10:00 As Time Goes By › 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose Midnight Tavis Smiley 12:30 Asia Biz Forecast

14 Wednesday 7:00 Nature Leave it to Beavers fi 8:00 NOVA Escape from Nazi Alcatraz ⁄ 9:00 Nazi Mega Weapons Fortress Berlin ⁄ 10:00 Almanac: At the Capitol 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose Midnight Tavis Smiley 12:30 Growing Bolder fi

7:00 Globe Trekker Indonesia: Java & Sumatra ⁄ 8:00 My Family › 8:30 Waiting for God › 9:00 To the Manor Born › 9:30 My Hero › 10:00 EastEnders › 11:00 Austin City Limits Vampire Weekend/ Grizzly Bear ⁄ Midnight To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 12:30 Well Read fi

18 Sunday 7:00 Lawrence Welk Show Salute to the Armed Forces fi 8:00 Call the Midwife ™ 9:00 Masterpiece Classic Mr. Selfridge, Season 2 (part 8 of 8) ⁄ 11:00 EastEnders › Midnight Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 12:30 Prairie Pulse ND Farmers Union President Mark Watne fi

19 Monday 7:00 Antiques Roadshow fi 8:00 Antiques Roadshow fi 9:00 Prairie Mosaic Poetry Out Loud, filmmaker John Hanson, Icelandic photo exhibition, and musicians Andra Suchy and Andrew Pierzina fi 9:30 Bluegrass Underground Ben Sollee fi 10:00 As Time Goes By › 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose Midnight Tavis Smiley 12:30 Religion & Ethics Newsweekly

15 Thursday 7:00 This Old House Hour fi 8:00 Doc Martin ⁄ 9:00 Doc Martin ⁄ 10:00 As Time Goes By › 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose Midnight Tavis Smiley 12:30 Scully/The World Show

20 Tuesday 7:00 Coming Back with Wes Moore Fitting In Œ 8:00 Escape from a Nazi Death Camp œ 9:00 Frontline The United States of Secrets (part 2 of 2) 10:00 As Time Goes By › 10:30 Nightly Business Report


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11:00 Charlie Rose Midnight Tavis Smiley 12:30 Asia Biz Forecast

21 Wednesday 7:00 Nature The Gathering Swarms ⁄ 8:00 NOVA Bombing Hitler’s Dams ⁄ 10:00 Almanac: At the Capitol 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose Midnight Tavis Smiley 12:30 Growing Bolder fi

22 Thursday 7:00 This Old House Hour fi 8:00 Doc Martin ⁄ 9:00 Doc Martin ⁄ 10:00 As Time Goes By › 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose Midnight Tavis Smiley 12:30 Scully/The World Show

23 Friday 7:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 7:30 Prairie Pulse Author of “In Search of the Blue Lotus” Sandra Sukhan fi 8:00 Charlie Rose: The Week 8:30 Live from the Artists Den Sheryl Crow ⁄ 9:30 Live from the Artists Den Sara Bareilles ⁄ 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose Midnight Tavis Smiley 12:30 Overheard with Evan Smith fi

24 Saturday 7:00 Globe Trekker Central Japan ⁄

Go behind the scenes at Antiques Roadshow! Get involved when Roadshow comes to Bismarck—be a volunteer! Volunteers must attend a training session on May 30 from 4-6 pm and must be available to work all day on Saturday, May 31. You’ll receive our gratitude, an Antiques Roadshow polo shirt, and lunch, and each volunteer can bring two items for the Roadshow experts to appraise. Contact Morgan at 800-359-6900 to sign up! 8:00 My Family › 8:30 Waiting for God › 9:00 To the Manor Born › 9:30 My Hero › 10:00 EastEnders › 11:00 Austin City Limits Mumford and Sons/ Flogging Molly ⁄ Midnight To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 12:30 Well Read fi

25 Sunday 7:00 Lawrence Welk Show Concert in the Park fi 8:00 A Company of Heroes ⁄ 9:00 National Memorial Day Concert 2014 ⁄ 10:30 No Going Back: Women and the War ⁄ 11:00 EastEnders › Midnight Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 12:30 Prairie Pulse Author of “In Search of the Blue Lotus” Sandra Sukhan fi

26 Monday 7:00 Antiques Roadshow fi 8:00 Death and the Civil War: American Experience ™ 10:00 As Time Goes By › 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose Midnight Tavis Smiley 12:30 Religion & Ethics Newsweekly

27 Tuesday 7:00 Coming Back with Wes Moore Moving Forward Œ 8:00 D-Day Uncovered ⁄ 9:00 Frontline To Catch a Trader 10:00 As Time Goes By ›


10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose Midnight Tavis Smiley 12:30 Asia Biz Forecast

28 Wednesday 7:00 Nature American Eagle ⁄ 8:00 NOVA D-Day’s Sunken Secrets ⁄ 10:00 As Time Goes By › 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose Midnight Tavis Smiley 12:30 Growing Bolder fi

29 Thursday 7:00 This Old House Hour fi 8:00 Doc Martin ⁄ 9:00 Doc Martin ⁄ 10:00 As Time Goes By › 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose Midnight Tavis Smiley 12:30 Scully/The World Show

30 Friday 7:00 Washington Week with Gwen Ifill 7:30 Prairie Pulse Williston Economic Development Communications Director Katie Long fi 8:00 Ed Sullivan’s Rock and Roll Classics— The ’60s (My Music) fi 10:00 As Time Goes By › 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose Midnight Tavis Smiley 12:30 Overheard with Evan Smith fi

31 Saturday 9:00 am America’s Home Cooking: One Skillet fi noon Market to Market 12:30 pm Almanac 1:30 Suze Orman: Financial Solutions For You fi 3:30 30 Days to a Younger Heart with Dr. Steven Masley, MD fi 5:00 John Sebastian Presents: Folk Rewind (My Music) fi 7:00 The Dave Clark Five—Glad All Over, A Great Performance Special fi 9:00 Billy Joel: A Matter of Trust—The Bridge to Russia—The Concert fi 10:30 Crosby, Stills & Nash 2012 fi Midnight To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 12:30 Well Read fi

Overnight Schedule Programs are listed in Central Time. America’s Heartland Sundays, 5:30 am American Woodshop Sundays, 6:30 am,

except 5/25 Antiques Roadshow Wednesdays, 1 am Austin City Limits Sundays, 4 am The Bletchley Circle 5/6, 3 am Bluegrass Underground 5/21, 3:30 am Charlie Rose: The Week Mondays, 1 am Coming Back with Wes Moore 5/15, 5/22, 5/29, 1 am D-Day Uncovered 5/29, 2 am Death and the Civil War: American Experience 5/28, 2 am Doc Martin Saturdays, Mondays, 2 am Escape from a Nazi Death Camp 5/22, 2 am European Journal Sundays, 1 am Frontline Thursdays, 3 am, except 5/15, 2 am Globe Trekker Sundays, 3 am Innerviews with Ernie Manouse Sundays, 1:30 am It’s An Age Thing Sundays, 5 am, except 5/4 The Lawrence Welk Show Tuesdays, 1 am The Little Country Theatre: 100 Years at North Dakota State University 5/14, 3:30 am Masterpiece Classic Tuesdays, 2 am, except 5/27 McLaughlin Group Sundays, 2:30 am Moneywise with Kelvin Boston 5/26, 1:30 am National Memorial Day Concert 2014 5/27, 2 am Nature Fridays, 1 am Nazi Mega Weapons 5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 3 am Nightly Business Report Saturdays, 5 am No Going Back: Women and the War 5/27, 3:30 am NOVA Fridays, 2 am Overheard with Evan Smith Sundays, 2 am Painting with Paulson Sundays, 6 am The PBS NewsHour Tuesday-Saturday, 4 am, except 5/1 Pioneers of Television 5/1, 5/8, 1 am Prairie Mosaic 5/14, 5/21, 3 am Ruben Salazar: Man in the Middle— A Voces Special Presentation 5/1, 2 am Secrets of Chatsworth 5/13, 3 am Secrets of the Dead 5/8, 2 am Tavis Smiley Saturdays, 5:30 am This Old House Hour Saturdays, 1 am; Mondays, 4 am The Truth About Money with Ric Edelman Mondays, 1:30 am, except 5/26 Victory Garden’s Edible Feast 5/25, 6:30 am You Don’t Know Jack Soo 5/1, 4:30 am Your Turn to Care 5/4, 5 am


May Daytime Television Programs Saturdays 6:00 am CEO Global Foresight 6:30 Studio One (5/3, 5/10) 6:30 Coming Back with Wes Moore ⁄ begins 5/17 (1 hr) 7:00 Campus News (5/3) 7:00 Sky Island fi (5/10) 7:30 McLaughlin Group 8:00 Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack 8:30 Growing Bolder fi 9:00 America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated fi except 5/31 9:30 Martha Bakes fi except 5/31 10:00 Primal Grill with Steven Raichlen fi except 5/31 10:30 Neven Maguire: Home Chef fi except 5/31 11:00 Lidia’s Kitchen fi except 5/31 11:30 Simply Ming fi except 5/31 noon Market to Market 12:30 Almanac 1:30 It’s Sew Easy fi except 5/31 2:00 Sewing with Nancy fi except 5/31 2:30 Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting fi except 5/31 3:00 American Woodshop fi Victory Garden’s Edible Feast (5/24) 3:30 Painting with Paulson fi except 5/31 4:00 America’s Heartland fi except 5/31 4:30 This Old House fi except 5/31 5:00 Prairie Pulse fi except 5/31 5:30 Charlie Rose: The Week except 5/31 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend except 5/31 6:30 Moyers & Company except 5/31 Sundays 7:00 am Sesame Street Æ 8:00 Bob the Builder Æ 8:30 Nanalan’ Æ 9:00 Bali fi 9:30 Thomas & Friends Æ 10:00 Martha Speaks Æ 10:30 Anne of Green Gables: The Animated Series fi 11:00 Curiosity Quest Goes Green fi 11:30 The Electric Company Æ noon DragonflyTV Æ 12:30 Your Turn to Care fi It’s An Age Thing begins 5/11 1:00 Healthy Body Healthy Mind fi except 5/18 1:00 Great Performances at the Met “Rusalka” ⁄ (5/18) (3 hrs) 1:30 Katie Brown Workshop fi except 5/18 2:00 Craft in America fi except 5/18 3:00 Globe Trekker ⁄ (5/4) 3:00 A Simple Piece of Paper fi (5/11) 3:00 6 Brothers fi (5/25) 4:00 Doc Martin ⁄ 5:00 Doc Martin ⁄ 6:00 Antiques Roadshow fi Weekdays 5:00 am Prairie Public Instructional Resources (1 ½ hrs)

5:00 am Various Public Affairs Programs begin 5/26 (1 ½ hrs) 6:30 Wild Kratts Æ 7:00 Curious George Æ 7:30 The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That! Æ 8:00 Peg + Cat Æ 8:30 Dinosaur Train Æ 9:00 Sesame Street Æ 10:00 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Æ 10:30 Super Why! Æ 11:00 Sid the Science Kid Æ 11:30 Martha Speaks Æ noon Peep and the Big Wide World/Pocoyo Æ 12:30 Clifford the Big Red Dog Æ 1:00 Caillou Æ 1:30 WordWorld Æ 2:00 Fetch! with Ruff Ruffman Æ 2:30 Cyberchase Æ 3:00 Maya & Miguel Æ 3:30 Arthur Æ 4:00 WordGirl Æ 4:30 Wild Kratts Æ 5:00 BBC World News America 5:30 PBS NewsHour 6:30 As Time Goes By › Symbol Key fi General audience æ Suitable for all children æ Directed to children age 7 and older ⁄ Parental guidance suggested

Training for Teachers Prairie Public is offering a two-day institute for PreK-12 teachers on June 24 and 25, 2014, at Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota. Master teachers will teach model lessons integrating regional arts, history, science and/or culture into classroom curricula using research-based instructional strategies for video and other web-based media. Teachers may register for one professional graduate credit from North Dakota State University, Fargo, or University of North Dakota, Grand Forks. Continuing education units will be available for Minnesota teachers. For more information, visit prairiepublic.org/education.


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Radio Features Congratulations to the Prairie Public news team The radio staff has been honored with three 2014 Sevareid Awards from the Midwest Broadcast Journalists Association. The news department received a first place series/documentary award for “Minot: Rebuilding Dreams,” produced by Dave Thompson, and awards of merit in the investigative category for “Oil Patch Code Blue,” produced by Todd Melby, and in the spot news category for “Cavalier Flood,” produced by Danielle Webster and Todd McDonald. The Midwest Broadcast Journalists Association, formerly known as the Northwest Broadcast News Association, has hosted the annual competition since 1978 and is open to stations from North Dakota and surrounding states. The stories submitted are judged by broadcast peers from other states.

You can share your expertise Prairie Public is seeking people to participate in American Public Media’s Public Insight Network, which connects trusted journalists with knowledgeable sources and fosters journalistic excellence, innovation, and collaboration. Are you a nurse? An oil rig worker? A stamp collector? A sky diver? All knowledge is valuable on the Public Insight Network. Your demographic information and insights are stored in a secure, searchable database, allowing journalists to do smart, targeted crowdsourcing, test hunches, identify trends’ and support productions of major projects. Visit prairiepublic.org/radio and look for the Public Insight Network link.

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Prairie Public is thrilled to serve as media sponsor as Jade Presents brings renowned musical artists to our region. To get your tickets, visit jadepresents.com or tickets300.com.

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Don’t miss this opportunity to see Arlo Guthrie in concert May 8 at the Belle Mehus Auditorium in Bismarck and May 9 at the Fargo Theatre.

Ben Harper and Charlie Musslewhite, 2014 “best blues album” Grammy Awardwinners, will perform June 23 at the Venue at The Hub in Fargo.

Singer, songwriter, and activist Joan Baez will perform music from her vast repertoire on July 15 at the Fargo Theatre.

Where’s the Radio Schedule? Find Prairie Public’s radio broadcast schedules for your area online at www.prairiepublic.org/radio, or call 800-359-6900 and we’ll be happy to send a printed copy.


May Television Highlights Pennsylvania Ballet at 50 showcases one of Philadelphia’s cultural treasures and honors the company’s golden anniversary. Featured are the pas de deux from “After the Rain” by Christopher Wheeldon, “Under the Sun Pas de Deux” by Margo Sappington and “Diamonds” from Jewels by George Balanchine. New! Friday, May 2, 8:30 pm CT Pioneers of Television reveals the backstage techniques of America’s favorite comedic actors in Acting Funny. The program features the manic improvisational style of Robin Williams and his comic predecessor Jonathan Winters; Tina Fey, who explains her measured, highly prepared approach; and the all-time #1 Emmy winner for comedy acting, Cloris Leachman. New! Tuesday, May 6, 7 pm CT

Get to know one of the most fearsome animals on Earth as Nature explores Shark Mountain and NOVA investigates the science behind the great white’s hunting instincts in Why Sharks Attack. With shark populations plummeting, scientists race to unlock the secrets of these powerful creatures of the deep in their quest to save people—and sharks. New! Wednesday, May 7, 7 pm CT

Journey through the talltale life of participatory journalist George Plimpton— The Paris Review co-founder, amateur sportsman, and actor. American Masters Plimpton! Starring George Plimpton as Himself shares his experiences using Plimpton’s own narration, interviews, and previously unseen material. New! Friday, May 16, 8:30 pm CT Viewers who receive Prairie Public’s multicast program schedules have a special treat to look forward to: tune in to the Lifelong Learning channel and enjoy a 48-hour marathon of Prairie Public local productions the first two weekends in May! Viewers who use a rooftop antenna receive all multicast schedules. Viewers who use cable, dish, or satellite services will receive Prairie Public’s primary channel and additional program streams if they are carried by the provider. A Louis Comfort Tiffany necklace from a husband or a Fender bass guitar as a birthday present— these memorable gifts turned out to be valuable and interesting items. Antiques Roadshow’s episode titled Greatest Gifts, filled with appraisals featuring items that guests received as presents, will have you writing your own holiday wish list. Monday, May 19, 8 pm CT


May Television Highlights Joe Mantegna and Gary Sinise co-host the 25th anniversary broadcast of a night honoring the service of our men and women in uniform and their families at home. The National Memorial Day Concert 2014 airs from the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol before an audience of hundreds of thousands, millions at home, and to our troops around the world via American Forces Network. New! Sunday, May 25, 9 pm CT Drawing heavily on historian and Harvard president Drew Gilpin Faust’s acclaimed book, Death and the Civil War: American Experience explores a critical aspect of the Civil War experience: the varied implications of the war’s staggering and unprecedented death toll. The documentary premieres in conjunction with the 150th anniversary of Antietam, the bloodiest one-day battle in American history. New! Monday, May 26, 8 pm CT Using their skills as natural builders and brilliant hydroengineers, beavers are being recruited to accomplish everything from finding water in a bone-dry desert to recharging water tables and coaxing life back into damaged lands. Tune in as Nature advises us to Leave it to Beavers to transform and revive landscapes. New! Wednesday, May 14, 7 pm CT

This Old House Hour is helpful every Thursday, but a special episode in May will demonstrate important improvements that make a home more accessible. Kevin helps a homeowner in a wheelchair by modifying a bathroom and several different sets of stairs, and Tom and Kevin rebuild a dangerous staircase for a survivor of the Boston Marathon bombing. New! Thursday, May 1, 7 pm CT Back by popular demand, Jake Shimabukuro: Life on Four Strings follows the ukulele virtuoso over the course of a musical season. Enjoy dynamic performances before sold-out crowds, intimate moments of life on the road, and visits to Shimabukuro’s native Hawai’i, where he has risen from local hero to international star. Friday, May 9, 9:30 pm CT

They fought their way through Belgium, France and Germany, survived overwhelming odds, liberated concentration camps, and drank a victory toast in April 1945 at Hitler’s hideout in the Alps. A Company of Heroes recounts the horrors and the victories, the bonds they made, the tears and blood they shed, and the friends they lost. Sunday, May 25, 8 pm CT

Many Prairie Public local television productions are funded in part by the following: Minnesota Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund with money from the voters on November 4, 2008, North Dakota Council on the Arts, North Dakota Humanities Council, and by the members of Prairie Public. Thank you!


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Investors Circle Support We extend our appreciation to new and renewing members of Investors Circle. These donors have demonstrated significant annual support for public broadcasting in our region. In this issue of WAVES, we recognize gifts received January 1—March 31, 2014.

Gold Investors $5,000 to $9,999 Frederick Baker Joyce and Margaret Beggs Silver Investors $2,500 to $4,999 J. W. Burns Kent Conrad and Lucy Calautti Dr. Rosanne Gasse Drs. Kimberly T. Krohn and John A. Fishpaw Bronze Investors $1,000 to $2,499 Jennifer, Cindy and Jay Anderson, Lloyd E. Anderson Ltd. Partnership John Andrist Assumption Abbey MacDonald and Taylor Barnes Shirley R. Bohmbach Dan and Francoise Buchanan Jeffrey T. and Ann Clark Mary Lou Clark Bernie Goodman John E. Harris III

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Prairie Public recognizes gifts in memory and in honor of others. This month, we gratefully acknowledge the following: Rebecca Aardahl In honor of Pastor Dale and Judy Nabben Christa Bures In memory of Henri Bures Family and friends of Helen Ekberg In memory of Helen Ekberg Family and friends of Nola M. Nelson In memory of Nola M. Nelson Lois D. Larson, Paula and Tara James H. and Shirley J. Rinde In memory of Herbert L. Larson Bill and Marian Rosenberg In memory of Donald Mizera

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1967 was an important year in Prairie Public’s history. The KFME transmitter power increased to 265,000 watts, and we began broadcasting television programs in color—becoming one of a handful of educational stations to have color videotape facilities. That was also the year President Johnson created the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and signed the Public Broadcasting Act of 1967—lauded by some as the most substantial piece of communication legislation of the 20th century. When signing the Act, President Johnson remarked that the legislation

President Lyndon B. Johnson signing the Public Broadcasting Act of 1967 “announces to the world that our nation wants more than just material wealth; our nation wants more than a ‘chicken in every pot.’ We in America have an appetite for excellence, too. While we work every day to produce new goods and to create new wealth, we want most of all to enrich man’s spirit. That is the purpose of this act.” Stay tuned for more bits of history throughout this year as we celebrate 50 years of television that entertains, but also educates, informs, and inspires.


May 2014 WAVES