SDPB offers options for listening to classical music

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Do you miss Owen and Morning Classics? Here is a way to never miss out on the classics from SDPB Radio.

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The DSU Pumpkin Project - Part One

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The contents of an old jar might lead to a cure for cancer and better understanding of humanity's impact on climate change. Or not.

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Medicine Women

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A new documentary interweaves the lives of Native American women healers of today with the story of America’s first Native doctor.

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The Neuroanatomy of a Zombie

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PBS NewsHour Presents: The Zombie Autopsies

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Nature's Symphony and the (Sturgis) Stormin' Motorcycle Choir

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Talking the effects of sound on wild places with Dr. Frank Turina of the National Parks Service Natural Sounds and Night Skies Division.

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Surveying Bat Diversity at Wind Cave National Park

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This week and next, a crew of wildlife biologists are surveying Wind Cave's diverse bat population.

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Senator Thune Discusses Advancements In Technology At South Dakota Tech Conference

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One of the priority topics during his speech was technology in rural South Dakota. He discussed the importance of technology advancements in all parts of the state, not just urban areas.

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Sowing Seeds of Discovery: NASA's Quest to Reach Mars by 2030

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Jason Crusan wants you to know today's NASA is not your grandparents' space program.

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IMAGES OF THE PAST Trails, Rails & Roads of the Black Hills

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The history of blazing byways and bridges through tricky topography.

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South Dakota Has An Above Average Level Of Women Diagnosed With Breast Cancer

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Our state has the highest rate of breast cancer in the nation. The national average is 125.3 women out of 100K are diagnosed with breast cancer. South Dakota is sitting at an alarming average of 141.1 women out of 100K.

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South Dakota’s Role in Space Exploration

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SDSM&T’s Dr. Dimitris Anagnostou on developing “printable spacecraft” for future missions.

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The 2015 Geminid Meteor Shower: Worth Staying Up Late

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Thomas Durkin, Deputy Director of the South Dakota Space Grant Consortium, offers some viewing advice for meteor watchers, and explains what gives Geminid its meteor shower 'star power.'

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Just hand up when scammers make the call

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Just Hang Up - or don’t even answer the phone is the best advice when persist and aggressive scammers call. And call. And call.

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Five 'Back To The Future 2' Predictions That Came True

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Back to the Future 2 premiered in 1989, and the movie attempted to visualize what the world might in fact look like in the year 2015. Predictions like flying cars being the norm, and the ability to cook a pizza in seconds using a Rehydrator are yet to come true. Even though the movie displayed plenty of inaccuracies, it did get a few things right.

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Night photography during the Perseid Meteor Shower

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Cloud cover spoiled viewing for many in Southeast South Dakota last night but opportunities abound for night photography.

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