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 ND Tourism Director Sara Otte Coleman & a song from The Meat Rabbits.
Interview with ND Commerce Commissioner Michelle Kommer & a profile on an African drummer.
Doug Burgum talks about the COVID-19 pandemic in North Dakota.
Interview with Stephanie Blumhagen of FARRMS & also a profile on artist Zhimin Guan.
Interview with Del Carver of SCORE & a music segment from "More Than Just The Music".
Interview with author James Puppe, and a profile on Denise Lajimodiere's book.
Interview with Taya Spelhaug of Microsoft & a story on the Laketrails Base Camp.
Interview with Jenny Olson & two stories from the documentary Women Behind the Plow.
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.