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|The Making of "Postcards"|
Season 1; Episode 1
This episode takes viewers behind the scenes of Postcards. Two staff members are interviewed, and viewers see how the set is designed and constructed. Also, the recording of the theme song.
| Farming and Food|
Season 1; Episode 2
Western Minnesota leads the world in turkey production. Meet a third generation turkey farmer. Also, creating the Norwegian dish “Klub,” and music from Montevideo songwriter Clara Hathaway.
|Worthington Success Story|
Season 1; Episode 3
A Worthington leather artisan, Bill Keitel, is featured. Also, the Benson High School pep band boasts 80 musicians, one of the largest ensembles in the region.
| Minnesota's Baking Tradition
Season 1; Episode 4
Minnesota has a long history of baking, both in the home and commercially. This episode features a Spicer baker who earned top national recognition from Minnesota-based Pillsbury. Also, music from the Southwest Minnesota Orchestra.
| Building a Legacy|
Season 1; Episode 5
Part one of a two-part series about the founding of Worthington, and the influence of the Dayton family there. Also, jazz music at the University of Minnesota-Morris, and some thoughts from Ortonville writer Brent Olson.
Season 1; Episode 6
The final part of a series about the founding of Worthington, and the influence of the Dayton family there. Also, artist and teacher Jess Larson, and a cultural celebration at Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall.
| Military Culture|
Season 1; Episode 7
The history of military culture in Minnesota is explored. A Minnesota National Guard unit returns home, and a group of World War II veterans from southwest Minnesota are honored in Washington, D.C. Minnesota songwriter Lonny Carpenter penned a tribute song for the veterans.
| Honored Author
Season 1; Episode 8
Minnesota native T.J. Stiles won the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Biography. Stiles talks about his life growing up in central Minnesota. Music from a New London-based folk ensemble that performs weekly at a local coffee house. Also, Ortonville writer Brent Olson.
|On the Farm|
Season 1; Episode 9
This episode is devoted to life on the farm. A Foley woman won a national FFA honor for her research about agriculture. She and her family are interviewed along with her high school agriculture instructor.
| 1913 Farm Expo|
Season 1; Episode 10
The 1913 Morris Farm Exposition attracted tens of thousands of people to town. There was even a song composed for the historic event. Also, New London potter Bill Gossman and a multicultural art exhibit in Marshall.
| Tales from Norway|
Season 1; Episode 11
Originally from Norway, Minnesota folk-storyteller Lise Lunge-Larsen is featured. Also, the authors of a new cookbook, “The Minnesota Table,” which promotes local foods. Music from the historic Opera House.
Season 1; Episode 12
The growing “local food” movement is explored by visiting a local food conference. An interview about farming and “local food” with Rep. Collin Peterson, former chair of the U.S. House Agriculture Committee. Rosemaling artist Karen Jenson of Milan.
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| 1950's Tourism|
Season 1; Episode 13
Rare film footage of a 1950’s trip to Alexandria, along with a modern-day profile of the city. Also, Willmar artisan Jan Olney.
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