Season 17: Prairie Pulse Series 17
Prairie Pulse is a weekly public affairs show on Prairie Public that features a long form, studio interview with a regional newsmaker, artist, or author. The show also features a normally 6 minute story or profile of a regional artist or a performance from a regional musician or band.
Interview with Fargo Film Festival Director Emily Beck on the 2020 Fargo Film Festival.
Interview with record collector Dean Sime plus a short film about Dean by Greg Carlson.
Interview with Jill Frederick of CATS Cradle in Fargo and music from Natalie Fideler.
Interview with Dr. David Grewell and a music performance from the John Pederson Quintet.
Interview with Kayla Pridmore and a story on the history of electricity in Minnesota.
Interview with Mark Watne and also an glimpse of the Hopperstad Stave Church.
Interview with Robin Nelson & a holiday music performance.
Interview with Food of the North co-founder, Megan Myrdal.
Interview with living legend Mary Wakefield & a music performance from Rachael Ianiro.
Interview with Behavioral Health Division Director of North Dakota, Pam Sagness.
Interview with Prairie Public's radio host Mike Olson about his show "Into The Music".
Interview with Dr. Donald Warne, director of the Indians Into Medicine program at UND.