NOVA Escape from Nazi Alcatraz

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A daring plan finally gets a test in NOVA “Escape from Nazi Alcatraz.” SDPB1: Wednesday, June 17, 8pm (7 MT); SDPB2: Thursday, June 18, 6pm (5 MT); 11pm (10 MT) Friday, June 19, 7am (6 MT); 1pm (Noon MT)

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NATURE Invasion of the Giant Pythons

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A human-made ecological disaster is explored by NATURE in “Invasion of the Giant Pythons.” SDPB1: Wednesday, June 10, 7pm (6 MT); SDPB2: Sunday, June 14, 7pm (6 MT); 11pm (10 MT) Monday, June 15, 7am (6 MT); 1pm (Noon MT)

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NOVA D-Day’s Sunken Secrets

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Join NOVA as we mark the 71st anniversary of D-Day with “D-Day’s Sunken Secrets,” a two-hour special. SDPB1: Wednesday, June 10, 8pm (7 MT); SDPB2: Thursday, June 11, 6pm (5 MT); 11pm (10 MT) Friday, June 12, 7am (6 MT); 1pm (Noon MT)

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DAKOTA LIFE June

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DAKOTA LIFE looks at summer pastimes in June with the Dakota Sky Piano Festival, a magician from Brookings, a vintage bowling alley in Tripp and an archeological dig in Peru. SDPB1 Television on Thursday, June 11, at 8pm (7 MT) with an encore on Sunday, June 14 at 1pm (Noon MT).

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LAST DAYS IN VIETNAM

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LAST DAYS IN VIETNAM, a film by AMERICAN EXPERIENCE, tells a story of chaos, heroism and tragedy. The Oscar-nominated film, directed by Rory Kennedy, airs in conjunction with the 40th anniversary of the fall of Saigon on April 30, 1975. SDPB1: Monday, June 1, 9pm (8 MT) Sunday, June 7, 10pm (9 MT)

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AMERICA’S HOME COOKING One Skillet

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In this tasty special, cooking experts Chris Fennimore and Nancy Polinsky prepare easy, delicious and satisfying one-skillet meals with talented home cooks. SDPB3: Wednesday, June 3, 5pm (4 MT)

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SUZE ORMAN’S FINANCIAL SOLUTIONS FOR YOU

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Suze Orman knows that everyone has financial issues and problems. In this television special, she focuses on helping individuals find financial solutions that fit their situation. SDPB1: Sunday, May 31, 7:30pm (6:30 MT) Friday, June 5, 7pm (6 MT) Saturday, June 6, 3:30pm (2:30 MT); SDPB3: Tuesday, June 2, 5pm (4 MT) Sunday, June 7, 8:30pm (7:30 MT)

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Special Programming on SDPB Television

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Music, lifestyle and financial advice and biography are part of the schedule as SDPB Television begins a week of special programming May 30-June 7.

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THE HOMEFRONT

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The stories of America’s servicemen and servicewomen, and the people they leave at home will be the focus of a new documentary THE HOMEFRONT. SDPB1: Monday, May 25, 8pm (7 MT); SDPB2: Wednesday, May 27, 6pm (5 MT); 11pm (10 MT)

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DAKOTA MIDDAY with Karl Gehrke

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Recently, on his third anniversary as host of Dakota Midday (Feb. 27, 2015), Karl Gehrke reflected on his role with the show, his goals and what he’s accomplished. SDPB Radio: Dakota Midday, weekdays, Noon (11 MT)

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DAKOTA MIDDAY BOOK CLUB Wilder Autobiography

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Tune in on Thursday, March 12, at Noon (11 MT) or check the archives later at SDPB.org/BookClub, to hear the first 2015 special interview for the Dakota Midday Book Club featuring Pamela Smith Hill, editor of a best-selling autobiography of Laura Ingalls Wilder. SDPB Radio: Thursday, March 12, Noon (11 MT)

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DAKOTA MIDDAY BOOK CLUB

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The story of a celebrated author, a daring plan for the future, a glimpse into Lakota culture, and prairie mystery are on the agenda for 2015 for the Dakota Midday Book Club.

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