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February 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.

8:00 Built on Agriculture The Selkirk Settlers fi 8:30 Built on Agriculture The Institutions fi 9:00 Built on Agriculture The Farmers fi 9:30 Built on Agriculture Feeding the World fi 10:00 Keeping Up Appearances › 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose

1 Wednesday

7 Tuesday

7:00 Spy in the Wild: A Nature Miniseries Love (part 1 of 5) ⁄ 8:00 NOVA Search for the Super Battery fi 9:00 Aurora—Fire in the Sky fi 10:00 Almanac at the Capitol 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose

7:00 Flowers of the Church: Minnesota’s Stained Glass Heritage fi 7:30 Crafted: A Romance with Beer fi 8:00 Oklahoma City: American Experience ⁄ 10:00 Keeping Up Appearances › 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose

2 Thursday

8 Wednesday

7:00 This Old House Hour fi 8:00 Doc Martin › 9:00 Father Brown › 10:00 Keeping Up Appearances › 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose

7:00 Spy in the Wild: A Nature Miniseries Intelligence (part 2 of 5) ⁄ 8:00 NOVA Ultimate Cruise Ship fi 9:00 City in the Sky Departure (part 1 of 3) ⁄ 10:00 Almanac at the Capitol 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose

3 Friday 7:00 Washington Week 7:30 Prairie Pulse ND Farmer’s Union President Mark Watne fi 8:00 North Dakota Legislative Review 8:30 Live from Lincoln Center 50 Years of Mostly Mozart fi 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose

9 Thursday

4 Saturday

7:00 Washington Week 7:30 Prairie Pulse Jodi Rae Ingstad fi 8:00 North Dakota Legislative Review 8:30 Smokey Robinson: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song ⁄ 10:00 John Lewis—Get in the Way fi 11:00 Charlie Rose

7:00 My Hero ⁄ 7:30 To the Manor Born › 8:00 Fawlty Towers › 8:30 After You’ve Gone › 9:00 Austin City Limits Cece Winans/ St. Paul & The Broken Bones ⁄ 10:00 Infinity Hall Live America fi 11:00 EastEnders › 11:30 EastEnders ›

7:00 This Old House Hour fi 8:00 Doc Martin › 9:00 Father Brown ⁄ 10:00 As Time Goes By › 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose

10 Friday

11 Saturday

7:00 Lawrence Welk Show Songs by Johnny Mercer fi 8:00 Mercy Street (part 3 of 6) 9:00 Victoria on Masterpiece (part 4 of 7) ⁄ 10:00 Secrets of the Six Wives Divorced, Beheaded, Survived (part 3 of 3) ⁄ 11:00 EastEnders › 11:30 EastEnders ›

7:00 My Hero ⁄ 7:30 To the Manor Born › 8:00 Fawlty Towers › 8:30 After You’ve Gone › 9:00 Austin City Limits Foals/Alejandro Escovedo ⁄ 10:00 Infinity Hall Live Sadie and the Hotheads fi 11:00 EastEnders › 11:30 EastEnders ›

6 Monday

12 Sunday

7:00 Antiques Roadshow Indianapolis, Hour Two fi

7:00 Lawrence Welk Show Love Songs fi 8:00 Mercy Street (part 4 of 6)

5 Sunday


9:00 Victoria on Masterpiece (part 5 of 7) ⁄ 10:00 Frank Lloyd Wright’s Boynton House: The Next Hundred Years fi 11:00 EastEnders › 11:30 EastEnders ›

13 Monday 7:00 Antiques Roadshow Indianapolis, Hour Three fi 8:00 Antiques Roadshow Charleston, Hour Two fi 9:00 Prairie Mosaic Artist Tim Ray; Musicians Ryan Keplin & Hicktown from Belcourt, ND; Two Sisters from Scotland, 1859; and The Coal Industry of Pittsburgh, PA fi 9:30 Malcolm Frager: American Pianist fi 10:00 As Time Goes By › 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose

14 Tuesday 7:00 Doc Martin ⁄ 8:00 Ruby Ridge: American Experience ⁄ 9:00 Independent Lens Tower Œ 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose

15 Wednesday

8:00 Fawlty Towers › 8:30 After You’ve Gone › 9:00 Austin City Limits James Taylor ⁄ 10:00 Infinity Hall Live Tedeschi Trucks Band fi 11:00 EastEnders › 11:30 EastEnders ›

19 Sunday 7:00 Lawrence Welk Show Tribute to the Swing and Sweet Bands fi 8:00 Mercy Street (part 5 of 6) 9:00 Victoria on Masterpiece (part 6 of 7) ⁄ 10:00 Queen of Swing ⁄ 11:00 EastEnders › 11:30 EastEnders ›

20 Monday 7:00 Antiques Roadshow Palm Springs, Hour One fi 8:00 Man & Beast with Martin Clunes (part 1 of 2) ⁄ 9:00 Man & Beast with Martin Clunes (part 2 of 2) ⁄ 10:00 As Time Goes By › 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose

7:00 Spy in the Wild: A Nature Miniseries Friendship (part 3 of 5) ⁄ 8:00 NOVA Secrets of Origami fi 9:00 City in the Sky Airborne (part 2 of 3) ⁄ 10:00 Almanac at the Capitol 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose

21 Tuesday

16 Thursday 7:00 This Old House Hour fi 8:00 Doc Martin › 9:00 Father Brown ⁄ 10:00 As Time Goes By › 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose

7:00 Spy in the Wild: A Nature Miniseries Bad Behavior (part 4 of 5) ⁄ 8:00 NOVA Killer Trains ⁄ 9:00 City in the Sky Arrival (part 3 of 3) ⁄ 10:00 Almanac at the Capitol 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose

17 Friday

23 Thursday

7:00 Washington Week 7:30 Prairie Pulse Tim Murphy, author of “Devotions” fi 8:00 North Dakota Legislative Review 8:30 Great Performances New York City Ballet in Paris fi 9:30 A Harpist’s Legacy: Ann Hobson Pilot and the Sound of Change fi 10:00 As Time Goes By › 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose

7:00 This Old House Hour fi 8:00 Doc Martin › 9:00 Father Brown ⁄ 10:00 As Time Goes By › 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose

18 Saturday 7:00 My Hero ⁄ 7:30 To the Manor Born ›

7:00 Maya Angelou: American Masters ⁄ 9:00 Frontline Out of Gitmo 10:00 As Time Goes By › 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose

22 Wednesday

24 Friday 7:00 Washington Week 7:30 Prairie Pulse Great Plains Food Bank CEO Steve Sellent fi 8:00 North Dakota Legislative Review 8:30 Great Performances New York City Ballet Symphony in C fi 9:30 Looking Over Jordan: African Americans


and the War ⁄ 10:00 As Time Goes By › 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose

25 Saturday 7:00 My Hero ⁄ 7:30 To the Manor Born › 8:00 Waiting for God › 8:30 After You’ve Gone › 9:00 Austin City Limits Kendrick Lamar ⁄ 10:00 Infinity Hall Live Women of Song fi 11:00 EastEnders › 11:30 EastEnders ›

26 Sunday 7:00 Lawrence Welk Show The Southern Show fi 8:00 The Queen’s Castle The Banquet (part 1 of 3) fi 9:00 The Queen’s Castle Four Seasons (part 2 of 3) fi 10:00 The Queen’s Castle The Range (part 3 of 3) fi 11:00 EastEnders › 11:30 EastEnders ›

27 Monday 7:00 Antiques Roadshow Palm Springs, Hour Two fi 8:00 Africa’s Great Civilizations (parts 1 and 2 of 6) ⁄ 10:00 As Time Goes By › 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose

28 Tuesday 7:00 Fargo Film Festival Preview Show 2017 fi 7:30 A Considered View: The Photography of Wayne Gudmundson fi 8:00 Africa’s Great Civilizations (parts 3 and 4 of 6) ⁄ 10:00 As Time Goes By › 10:30 Nightly Business Report 11:00 Charlie Rose

Overnight Schedule Programs are listed in Central Time. After You’ve Gone Mondays, 2:30 am American Forum Sundays, Midnight Antiques Roadshow Wednesdays, 1 am; 2 am, except 2/8, 2/22 Arts in Context 2/12, 2/19, 2/26, 3:30 am; 2/16, 4:30 am Asia Insight Wednesdays, 12:30 am Aurora—Fire in the Sky 2/3, 3 am Austin City Limits Mondays, 3 am Built on Agriculture 2/8, 2 am, 2:30 am, 3 am, 3:30 am

Charlie Rose—The Week Sundays, 6:30 am City in the Sky Fridays, 3 am, except 2/3 Crafted: A Romance with Beer 2/9, 1:30 am Doc Martin Saturdays, 2 am; 2/16, 1 am Father Brown Saturdays, 3 am Fawlty Towers Mondays, 2 am, except 2/27 Flowers of the Church: Minnesota’s Stained Glass Heritage 2/9, 1 am Focus on Europe Thursdays, 12:30 am Frank Lloyd Wright’s Boynton House: The Next Hundred Years 2/14, 3 am Frontline 2/2, 2/23, 3 am Globe Trekker Sundays, 4 am Great Museums: “Elevated Thinking” The High Line in New York City 2/2, 1 am Great Performances New York City Ballet in Paris, 2/19, 2 am Great Performances New York City Ballet Symphony in C, 2/26, 2 am A Harpist’s Legacy: Ann Hobson Pilot and the Sound of Change 2/19, 3 am Independent Lens Tower, 2/16, 3 am Infinity Hall Live Mondays, 4 am Lawrence Welk Show Tuesdays, 1 am Live from Lincoln Center 50 Years of Mostly Mozart, 2/5, 2 am Looking Over Jordan: African Americans and the War 2/26, 3 am Malcolm Frager: American Pianist 2/15, 3:30 am Man & Beast with Martin Clunes 2/22, 2 am, 3 am Maya Angelou: American Masters 2/23, 1 am My Hero Mondays, 1 am Nightly Business Report Saturdays, 5 am North Dakota Legislative Review Sundays, 5:30 am NOVA Fridays, 2 am Oklahoma City: American Experience 2/9, 2 am The Open Mind Mondays, Midnight Overheard with Evan Smith Mondays, 12:30 am PBS NewsHour Tuesday through Saturday, 4 am, except 2/16, 2/28 PBS NewsHour Weekend Sundays, 6 am Prairie Mosaic 2/15, 3 am Prairie Pulse Sundays, 1:30 am, 5 am The Queen’s Castle 2/28, 2 am, 3 am, 4 am Queen of Swing 2/21, 3 am The Race Underground: American Experience 2/2, 2 am Religion & Ethics Newsweekly Tuesdays, 12:30 am Ruby Ridge: American Experience 2/16, 2 am


Scully/The World Show Fridays, 12:30 am Secrets of the Six Wives 2/7, 3 am The Sound of the Guitar 2/1, 3 am Smokey Robinson: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song 2/12, 2 am Spy in the Wild: A Nature Miniseries Fridays, 1 am Tavis Smiley Tuesday through Saturday, Midnight; Saturdays, 5:30 am

Sharpen your crayons And get your imagination in gear, because Prairie Public is hosting the PBS Kids Go! Writers Contest to promote reading and writing skills through hands-on, active learning. Children in grades K-3 can submit their own original stories. Visit prairiepublic.org to find the contest rules and entry forms. There you’ll also find a writer’s guide that discusses brainstorming, plots, setting character development, word choices, and more! The deadline for submissions is March 24. We will award “First Place” and “Red Ribbon Favorite” prizes to children in each grade level, and every child who submits a story will receive a certificate of participation and personal, positive feedback from our story evaluators. There is no national contest this year due to the lack of a national sponsor. Maybe next year!

This Old House Hour Saturdays, 1 am To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe Saturdays, 12:30 am To the Manor Born Mondays, 1:30 am Victoria on Masterpiece Tuesdays, 2 am, except 2/28 Waiting For God 2/27, 2 am Washington Week Sundays, 1 am Well Read Sundays, 12:30 am

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Join us at one of these FREE Family Learning Events Play with our mobile learning lab, enjoy activities and games, and go home with cool learning resources and a free book! For details, visit education.prairiepublic.org. February 7 Elgin Elementary, Elgin, ND February 7 Roosevelt Elementary, Carson, ND February 8 Glen Ullin Elementary, Glen Ullin, ND February 9 Cannon Ball Elementary, Cannon Ball, ND February 14 Kenmare Elementary, Kenmare, ND February 15 North Shore Elementary, Plaza, ND February 15 Killdeer Elementary, Killdeer, ND February 21 Holy Family–St. Mary’s School, Grand Forks, ND February 27 Kidder County Tappen Elementary, Tappen, ND February 28 Kidder County Steele Elementary, Steele, ND


February Daytime Television Programs Saturdays 6:00 am Charlie Rose 7:00 To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe 7:30 Focus On Europe Campus News begins 2/11 8:00 Consuelo Mack Wealthtrack 8:30 Drexel Interview 9:00 America’s Test Kitchen from Cook’s Illustrated fi 9:30 Mexico—One Plate at a Time with Rick Bayless fi 10:00 Ellie’s Real Good Food fi Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook begins 2/25 10:30 New Scandinavian Cooking fi 11:00 Sara’s Weeknight Meals fi 11:30 Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking fi Eat! Drink! Italy! With Vic Rallo begins 2/11 Noon Market to Market 12:30 Almanac 1:30 Scrapbook Soup fi 2:00 Sewing with Nancy fi 2:30 Quilt in a Day fi 3:00 America’s Heartland fi 3:30 Painting with Paulson fi 4:00 Rough Cut—Woodworking with Tommy Mac fi 4:30 This Old House fi 5:00 Prairie Pulse fi 5:30 North Dakota Legislative Review 6:00 PBS NewsHour Weekend 6:30 Charlie Rose—The Week Sundays 7:00 am Sesame Street æ 7:30 1001 Nights Æ 8:00 Bob the Builder æ 8:30 Splash and Bubbles æ 9:00 WordGirl Æ 9:30 Thomas & Friends æ 10:00 Martha Speaks æ 10:30 DragonflyTV fi 11:00 Thomas Edison’s Secret Lab fi 11:30 Mack & Moxy æ SciGirls begins 2/12, except 2/19 11:30 Great Performances at the Met Don Giovanni ⁄ (2/19) (3½ hrs) Noon Odd Squad æ except 2/19 12:30 Second Opinion ⁄ Feel Grand with Jane Seymour begins 2/12, except 2/19 1:00 Independent Lens The Witness ⁄ (2/5) (1½ hrs) 1:00 Independent Lens Birth of a Movement ¬ (2/12) (1 hr) 1:00 Independent Lens Tower Œ(2/26) (1½ hrs) 2:00 Independent Lens Kumu Hina ⁄ (2/12) (1 hr) 2:30 Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope fi (2/5, 2/26) 3:00 Globe Trekker ⁄ 4:00 Doc Martin › 5:00 Antiques Roadshow fi

6:00 Antiques Roadshow fi Weekdays 5:00 am Prairie Public Instructional Resources 6:30 Maya & Miguel æ 7:00 WordWorld æ 7:30 The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! æ 8:00 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood æ 8:30 Thomas & Friends æ 9:00 Splash and Bubbles æ 9:30 Sesame Street æ 10:00 Dinosaur Train æ except 2/20, 2/22, 2/24 10:00 Dinosaur Train: What’s at the Center of the Earth? æ (2/20, 2/22, 2/24) (1 hr) 10:30 Peg + Cat æ except 2/20, 2/22, 2/24 11:00 Super WHY! æ 11:30 Clifford the Big Red Dog æ Noon Splash and Bubbles æ 12:30 Martha Speaks æ 1:00 Curious George æ 1:30 WordGirl Æ 2:00 Sid the Science Kid æ 2:30 Nature Cat æ 3:00 Ready Jet Go! æ 3:30 Arthur æ 4:00 Wild Kratts æ 4:30 Odd Squad æ 5:00 BBC World News America 5:30 PBS NewsHour 6:30 Keeping Up Appearances › As Time Goes By begins 2/8 Symbol Key fi General audience æ Suitable for all children Æ Directed to children age 7 and older ⁄ Parental guidance suggested due to moderate violence (V), some sexual situations (S), infrequent coarse language (L), or some suggestive dialogue (D).

Simon Keenlyside makes his Met role debut as the unrepentant seducer in Tony Award-winner Michael Grandage’s staging of Mozart’s masterpiece, Don Giovanni, on Great Performances at the Met on Sunday, February 19, at 11:30 am CT.


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National Geographic Live is pleased to bring to Winnipeg an evening with paleontologist and National Geographic Emerging Explorer Nizar Ibrahim as he takes the audience on a prehistoric journey through the story of “Spinosaurus: Lost Giant of the Cretaceous” on Sunday, February 26, at Centennial Concert Hall. Tickets are available at Ticketmaster.ca.

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Radio Highlights

Inside Energy: bringing energy reporting down to earth

20th Annual

Prairie Public’s multimedia journalism collaboration continues to report on the region’s energy boom and the national, regional, and local significance of energy issues.

Saturday February 18 Historic Fargo Theatre in downtown Fargo, ND

Good audio quality is important, even when on the road. Sometimes that requires innovation, such as fashioning a studio of pillows and blankets in your hotel room! Our Inside Energy reporter, Amy Sisk, continues to chase the story of the Dakota Access Pipeline. At insideenergy.org, she describes her journey gaining access to demonstrators and public officials, navigating blizzards, and sharing North Dakota’s story with an international audience.

Stay tuned in upcoming months for two Inside Energy television documentaries. Nuclear Waste examines the challenges facing the nuclear power industry, especially with regard to waste disposal. Standing Rock: Oil, Water And Tribal Conflict (working title) shines a spotlight on the conflict surrounding the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Prairie Public is a proud media sponsor of the Celebration of Women and their Music, a not-forprofit event that supports emerging and established artists. Tune your radio (or listen online!) to our KFJM program signal the week of February 13 as our own Mike Olson plays music by artists who are scheduled to appear at the 20th Annual Celebration of Women & Their Music: Peggy Bartunek (Grafton, ND) Chastity Brown (Minneapolis, MN) Renia del Cid (Minneapolis, MN) Hannah Christianson (Boston, 2008 award winner) Nicole Craft (Los Angeles, 2010 award winner) Deb Jenkins (Fargo, ND) Kris Kitko (Bismarck, ND) Izzy Marcil (Boston, 2013 award winner) Diane Miller (Moorhead, MN) Sarah Morrau (Fargo, ND) Claudia Schmidt (Minneapolis, MN) Nita Velo (Sabin, MN)

Prairie Public’s Inside Energy project has established a ‘Listening Post’ to gather voices that can provide more perspective to stories about the energy industry. The ‘Listening Post’ will help our reporting staff to tap on-the-ground networks and more effectively gather and share important information. The result? Great reporting, more partnerships, and a database of insights. Join the conversation! To begin, text ‘energy’ to 701-354-4414.

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LISTENING POST Stay connected with your elected officials ND Legislative Review will air throughout the session, on radio Fridays at 6:30 pm and on television Fridays at 8 pm CT.

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.


February Television Highlights Crafted: A Romance with Beer, produced, written, and edited by broadcast documentary students at Minnesota State University Moorhead, is the story of the making of a product, the people who use it, and the pints they drink. The documentary follows the harvest and processing of hops—through brewing and service, to the recycling of byproduct. New! Tuesday, February 7, 7:30 pm CT Smokey Robinson: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song is an all-star tribute to the musical legend, with performances by Aloe Blacc, Gallant, CeeLo Green, JoJo, Ledisi, Tegan Marie, Kip Moore, Corinne Bailey Rae, Esperanza Spalding, The Tenors, Joe Walsh, BeBe Winans, and a special appearance by Berry Gordy, Founder of Motown. New! Friday, February 10, 8:30 pm CT In 1999, a group gathered at the newly restored Fargo Theatre to discuss the possibility of a film festival. Today, the festival is successful and growing—with filmmakers from around the world submitting their work. Tune in for Fargo Film Festival Preview Show 2017 with hosts Matt Olien and Brittney Goodman to get a preview and to plan your festival experience. New! Tuesday, February 28, 7 pm CT For the better part of a millennium, Windsor Castle has been at the heart of British history. But it’s also a beloved home to the royal family and more than 400 people who live and work there. Chronicling a year in the life of the world’s largest inhabited castle, The Queen’s Castle, a 3-hour documentary, is a fascinating insider’s look at this grand landmark. New! Sunday, February 26, 8pm CT Journey through the prolific life of the “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings” author and activist who inspired generations with lyrical modern African-American thought. Maya Angelou: American Masters features new interviews with Oprah Winfrey, Common, the Clintons and others. New! Tuesday, February 21, 7 pm CT


February Television Highlights Doc Martin star Martin Clunes travels the world to explore the relationships between humans and animals in Man & Beast with Martin Clunes. From monkeys picking coconuts in Southeast Asia, to cormorants working as “fishermen” in Japan, Martin observes man and beast working side by side in partnerships that have evolved over millions of years. New! Monday, February 20, 8 pm CT Great Performances is brightening the winter doldrums with beautiful presentations of the New York City Ballet in Paris and the New York City Ballet Symphony in C (2/24). Thrill to the company’s programs of ballet masterpieces. New! Friday, February 17, 8:30 pm; Friday, February 24 at 8:30 pm CT This month on Austin City Limits, CeCe Winans takes the stage with soul and gospel music, and St. Paul & the Broken Bones (pictured) sing from their album “Sea of Noise” (2/4); English indie rock band Foals play from their album “What Went Down,” while Texas bard Alejandro Escovedo is joined on stage by R.E.M.’s Peter Buck and alt-rock luminaries (2/11); James Taylor performs from his new collection (2/18); and Kendrick Lamar plays songs from his acclaimed LP, “To Pimp a Butterfly” (2/25). Saturdays at 9 pm CT

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Before the occupation of the refuge in Oregon, before the siege at Waco, before Oklahoma City, there was Ruby Ridge. Twenty-five years later, the same question remains: How could this have happened? Drawing upon eyewitness accounts, Ruby Ridge: American Experience is a riveting, minute-by-minute account of the event that helped give rise to the modern American militia movement. New! Tuesday, February 14, 8 pm CT The century old tradition of folding two-dimensional paper into three-dimensional shapes is now at the heart of a scientific revolution. NOVA’s The Origami Revolution shows that the rules of folding are at the heart of many natural phenomena, from how leaves blossom to how beetles fly. But now, origami is being adopted in designing new drugs, micro-robots, even future space missions! New! Wednesday, February 15, 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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Sonja Jensen Phyllis Johnson Dr. Myron and Muriel Johnsrud We extend our appreciation to new Johnston Family Foundation Bronze Investors $1,000 to $2,499 and renewing Jim Kertz Anonymous (13) members Richard and Audrey Kloubec Bruce and Carolyn Adams of Investors Carl and Esther Larson Gloria Y. Anderson Circle. These Reuben and Clarice Liechty Orlin and Millie Backes donors have John Magnusson Claudia Berg and Robert Matz demonstrated Karen McBride Marjorie Blankstein significant Jerry Nagel Julie Burgum annual support Paul and Anne Nyren Bill and Dina Butcher for public broadcasting in our region. George H. Oelkers Art and Shirley Carlson In this issue of WAVES, Dr. Wayne and Linda Paquin Robert and Susan Carlson we recognize gifts received Jim and Cyndy Robinson Carol A. Christianson October 1, 2016–December 31, 2016. Gerald and Dawn Rustad Paul and Gail Ebeltoft Bill and Mary Schlossman Platinum Investors R. D. Evitt Bruce and Julie Schwartz $10,000 to $24,999 Dr. and Mrs. Calvin K. Fercho Mr. and Mrs. Gary Sorenson Corwin Wilson LLC Dr. Walter and Carolyn Frank Stephen and Judith Spellman John Gast Gold Investors $5,000 to $9,999 Tom Steen and Carol Cook Hal and Kathleen Gershman Anonymous (1) Rodney Steiman Family Foundation Terracon Development Ltd. Ken and Nola Storm Edward Glass and Ann Buettner Glass Patrick and Becky Wheeler Marlene Thompson Gerald Groenewold and Connie Triplett Devan Towers Silver Investors $2,500 to $4,999 Marie Harstad Kevin and Janine Vining Anonymous (1) Brian and Brenda Heitkamp Timothy Vo Jerry B. Andresen Ruth Iversen Rex Wood and Stacy Nicholson Noel and Judith Fedje Christie Iverson and Greg Wentz

Tributes Prairie Public recognizes gifts in memory and in honor of others. This month, we gratefully acknowledge the following: Glenda Gassman In memory of Marla Behm Gary Hiltner In memory of Norbert Hiltner Wayne Kartes In memory of Jerome Woody

Don and Marlene Hastings David Nygaard Jack and Kristen Paris

Vernice Lanz In memory of her son Doug and family members who have passed from her life Jean Lindvig In honor of Doris Lindvig Janet Martineau In honor of Hillary Clinton’s electoral votes

Patricia Merritt In honor of Elaine Speare Margaret O’Leary In memory of Randy Lee M. Lois Powne In memory of Gwen Ifill Jan and Vinie Raaen In memory of Layton Raaen Clara Yonker In memory of John A. Yonker

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Ahavertisans through the ages used stained glass to tell stories of hope, reverence, and joy. Flowers of the Church: Minnesota’s Stained Glass Heritage, a new original television production from Prairie Public, explores these kaleidoscopes of life in Minnesota’s cathedrals and country churches. Tour them with us on Tuesday, February 7, at 7 pm CT.


February 2017 WAVES