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Best Prairie Public Broadcasting podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Prairie Public Broadcasting podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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Plains Folk is a commentary devoted to life on the great plains of North Dakota. Written by Tom Isern of West Fargo, North Dakota, and read in newspapers across the region for years, Plains Folk venerates fall suppers and barn dances and reminds us that "more important to our thoughts than lines on a map are the essential characteristics of the region — the things that tell what the plains are, not just where they are."
 
Stories of things that happened in North Dakota and vicinity. Sitting Bull to Phil Jackson, cattle to prairie dogs, knoefla to lefse. In partnership with the Historical Society of North Dakota, and funded by the North Dakota Humanities Council, a nonprofit, independent state partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in the program do not necessarily reflect those of the North Dakota Humanities Council or the National ...
 
Every 2 nd and 4th Tuesday evening at 6:00PM, WCBU airs Outside the Horseshoe prior to the live broadcast of Peoria City Council meeting. Each program features Peoria Public Radio News Director Tanya Koonce as she previews some of the top issues on the council agenda, or delves into an important topic in city politics and government. Tune in to WCBU before each Peoria City Council meeting for this program, or catch the podcast of each episode.
 
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Friday, March 27 - We suspend our usual Friday movie review to have a more comprehensive conversation with reviewer Matt Olien about the impact the pandemic is having on the release of films and the film industry in general.~~~ Dave Thompson is here for our weekly conversation about the latest news. ~~~ Governor Walz of Minnesota has issued a Stay …
 
Thursday, March 26, 2020 – Amid COVID-19, many people are finding themselves working or learning from home. For some, the transition is pretty easy, but that can depend on what you know about your digital options. It’s called digital literacy and today we learn about Microsoft TechSpark. This effort to boost digital literacy pairs tech professional…
 
Wednesday, March 25, 2020 – The Great Plains Food Bank is one of the many organizations facing uncharted territory as they cope with the consequences of the corona virus. Here to discuss how the crisis has affected demand, supply, and internal operations is Melissa Sobolik, food bank president. ~~~ 100 years ago was the great March blizzard of 1920…
 
Tuesday, March 24, 2020 – “Theodore Roosevelt, Naturalist in the Arena” is a new book inspired by a symposium of the same name that was held in Dickinson in 2017. Joining us to discuss the book is Clay Jenkinson, one of the editors. He’ll also tell us about a new film about Roosevelt and popular culture. ~~~ The Conversations on Healthcare podcast …
 
Monday, March 23, 2020 – Well, the UND Writers' Conference got cancelled, but today we share a portion of the scheduled events as we visit with two featured guests, both of whom served as Marines in the Middle East . Miles Lagoze was a Combat Camera operator in Afghanistan . After his service, he produced the film Combat Obscura. Matt Young served …
 
Friday, March 20, 2020 – The protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline inspired the new children's book, We are Water Protectors. Writer Carole Lindstrom, an enrolled member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Ojibwe, wanted to tell the story of her people and their strong connection to the land. We also hear from illustrator Michaela Goade, of the Tli…
 
Thursday, March 19, 2020 – The pandemic has Job Service hopping, with unemployment numbers making a sharp rise and claims for benefits coming in. Joining us to discuss the challenge, and the implications for the department’s budget, and the Job Service events being cancelled, is Sarah Arntson, Job Service communications officer. ~~~ NPR’s Kirk Sieg…
 
Wednesday, March 18, 2020 – United Tribes Technical College in Bismarck has a new program aimed at teaching students the science and art of growing healthy food. In its first semester, there are four enrolled students and four interns. Brian McGinness is the land grant director and a faculty member in the Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems pr…
 
Tuesday, March 17, 2020 – Fake news, propaganda, and outright lies are nothing new, but there are new wrinkles in the age of social media. Dr. Robert Mejia, an assistant professor at NDSU, studies media and culture. He joins us for a discussion on "Fake News: Causes, Treatments, and Cures." He was scheduled to give that talk on March 22 as part of …
 
Monday, March 16, 2020 – From the Conversations on Healthcare Podcast, we hear from Dr. Joseph Kvedar, a pioneer in the telehealth movement and president-elect of the American Telemedicine Association . He visits with hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter about the evolving role of telehealth and remote monitoring, especially against the backdro…
 
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