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The Violin Alone

Coming in 2014
The unlikely pairing of a Hungarian born violin virtuoso and a Montana born composer results in a stunning collaboration that pushes the boundary of classical music and our notion of "the possible".
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Photo Credit: Scott Sterling
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4-H Six Montana Stories
Tonight at 7pm
Follow six young Montanans as they learn that 4-H is about having fun - but being responsible about it. It's about refusing to give up on the runt of the litter, staying up all night to bottle feed a sick calf while knowing someday you'll have to say goodbye. It's about knowing where you're headed but never forgetting where you've been. And it's about pledging your head, your heart, your hands, and your health - not for yourself but to help others. Read their stories

Credit: Provided by Gus Chambers

Backroads of Montana: Singing in the Wires
Tonight at 8:30pm
We'll spend a day in Fairfield's Greenfield School with Lunch Lady Salley Young as she prepares a special meal that's 100 percent Montana made. In Kalispell, we switch into the world of antique phones, with a man whose collecting began with his career as an installer with the phone company. He's proof that it pays to "keep the old stuff." We'll veer off the road to some of Montana's beautiful lakes and ponds to observe the springtime ritual of birds' courtship dances. And we'll meet a man in Fort Benton whose skill in crafting musical instruments is only surpassed by his generous spirit. William Marcus hosts the program from the Big Horn County Museum in Hardin. Watch online now!
Lunch Lady Salley Young and Principal Paul Wilson dish up lunch at Greenfield School near Fairfield
Photo Credit: Nancy Thorton of the Choteau Acantha

Montana AG Live
Sunday at 6pm
Montana Department of Agriculture Agricultural Literacy Specialist Lorri Brenneman discusses programs designed to teach teachers about Montana agriculture, the state's number one industry.

Montana Ag Live is a regular call-in information program dealing with agricultural and gardening issues in Montana. Presented by MontanaPBS in association with Montana State University Extension, this program invites experts onto the panel to discuss everything from pesticide use, and large-scale agricultural techniques to backyard gardening questions and even which mushroom to pick in the woods.

Ridin' for the Brand
April 28 at 9pm
This story journals a year in the life and times of three old-time Montana ranching families. Over the past few generations, an ever-changing and growing America has presented new and challenging environmental and economic issues. "Ridin' for the Brand" explores the hardships and the joys of traditional ranching life in Montana and explores looming concerns and issues that may impact our future as consumers.

Duane Mothershead getting ready to move cows Big Timber. 2003
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