Images of the Past: From the Great Plains to the Great War

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From the Great Plains to the Great War is the latest documentary from SDPB’s Images of the Past series. It tells the story of South Dakota’s involvement in World War One, from the broad view of the global conflict to the personal perspectives of those who served as told in letters, diaries, photos, and the recorded recollections of surviving family members.

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Hell Canyon Flaunts Flower Power

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May flowers abound amid the boneyard left behind by the Jasper fire.

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Outdoors: Paddling the Cheyenne River through the Wild Horse Sanctuary

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In the Black Hills, Spring rains can open new avenues of exploration.

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Crop Duster Michael Gunvordahl Talks of his Flying Tigers Pilot Uncle

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We recently aired an interview with Sam Kleiner, author of The Flying Tigers: The Untold Story of the American Pilots who Waged a Secret War Against Japan. A listener from Burke reached out to us after the segment to let us know that his uncle flew with the Flying Tigers and that he had some interesting stories to share.

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Ohiyesa: The Soul of an Indian

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A Dakota father and daughter present a moving new documentary about their relative, Charles Eastman (Ohiyesa).

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Landmarks: The Snake Butte Turtle Effigy

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A memorial to bravery on the Missouri.

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Big Night: The Moth in Sioux Falls

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The Moth is true stories, told live.

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From Two-Wheeling Mountaineer to Pot Pedaler

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Spearfish ceramic artist Clay Dykstra brings natural-world inspiration to his potter's wheel.

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SDPB Dakota Life: Lakota Woskate/Lakota Games

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This month, Dakota Life features the ways people in South Dakota embrace the season’s ice and snow.

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SDPB's JAZZ NIGHTLY LIVE FROM THE BLACK HILLS BUREAU

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Karl Gehrke hosts JAZZ NIGHTLY live in Rapid City

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Landmarks: The Miller Bulls

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A Pair of Bulls — a Hereford and an Angus — Stand as a Tribute to Miller's Ranching Heritage

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Wayne Porter Has Built His Giant Horse. Time to Take it for a Ride.

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Out of his head. Onto the highway.

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James Baldwin, Hubert Humphrey and the American Dream

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Acclaimed documentary I Am Not Your Negro on SDPB

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Three Stones: An Arikara Legend, Told to Lewis and Clark, Lingers in Campbell County

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Looking back at the legend of Stone Idol Creek.

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Finding Your South Dakota Roots

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Understanding today by researching yesterday.

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