Posted by South Dakota Public Broadcasting


   Thursday, Sept. 4, 8pm (7 MT)

   Friday, Sept. 5, 10pm (9 MT)

   Saturday, Sept. 6, 5:30am (4:30 MT)

   Sunday, Sept. 7, 5am (4 MT)

   Sunday, Sept. 7, 1pm (Noon MT)

   Sunday, Sept. 21, Midnight (11 MT)

   Tuesday, Sept. 23, 9:30pm (8:30 MT)

   Friday, Sept. 26, 11:30pm (10:30 MT)

   Saturday, Sept. 27, 5:30pm (4:30 MT)

   Sunday, Sept. 28, 5am (4 MT)


   DAKOTA LIFE, SDPB Television’s signature newsfeatures magazine, begins its 17th season in September with a look at agriculture.

   The 17th season premieres on Thursday, Sept. 4, at 8pm (7 MT). The program will look at a farm equipment expo in Huron; the SDSU professor who paved the way for wheat farmers with a disease resistant plant; and a plowing contest that takes us back to simpler days.

   DAKOTA LIFE examines the people, places and history of South Dakota each month. The half-hour program travels throughout the state to strengthen our knowledge about the state and the bonds between people who live here. This year, the program also features the Landscapes of South Dakota, SDPB’s yearlong effort to share many facets of our unique identity as the state celebrates 125 years of statehood.

   Over the next few months, DAKOTA LIFE will explore the Harney Peak Observatory renovation, the restoration of the stained glass in the State Capitol, sacred Lakota sites, heroic South Dakota teens, the Asian carp invasion, a world-class music festival and many more stories, ranging across the state.

   The program airs several times throughout each month to give viewers an opportunity to tune it. Past programs are available on-demand at SDPB.org/DakotaLife.


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