• The story of two modern visionaries, an extreme classical concerto, and a quest to push the boundaries of music and our idea of the possible.

    The Violin Alone

    The story of two modern visionaries, an extreme classical concerto, and a quest to push the boundaries of music and our idea of the possible.

  • Outfitter Smoke Elser leads guests on a back country trip in the Bob Marshall Wilderness in western Montana.

    3 Miles an Hour

    It is the speed of a horse and some folks say the best way to see and savor a life well lived. This is the story of retired back-country outfitter Smoke Elser. His vision of wilderness has always included people.

  • Bill McIntosh and his two sons Lou and Gib feed nearly 850 cattle during the winter months.

    Keepers of the Land

    Keepers of The Land is about three Montana families still living and working the land their ancestors homesteaded more than a century ago. The stories explore connections to the land, and connections to past and future generations.

  • This program tells the epic tale of Butte, Montana, once the world's largest producer of copper. Pictured: "Entering Butte" road sign, 1939.

    Butte, America

     BUTTE, AMERICA tells the tale of Butte, Montana, once the world's largest producer of copper -- the "Richest Hill on Earth,"

  • We will visit the Big Sky Rocketry Association and watch their launch event near Twin Bridges and then explore a geologic curiosity near Sunburst called "Jerusalem Peaks." We will also profile Dixon poet Victor Charlo. William Marcus hosts the program from the Range Rider's Museum in Miles City.

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    A recipient of the Montana Governor's Award for the Arts and a Grammy Nominee, pianist Philip Aaberg performs in this episode of "11th & Grant with Eric Funk."

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    The film is based on the 1925  Nation prize-winning poem by Eli Siegel, which is celebrating its eightieth anniversary. The stunning landscapes in the film were taken by Montana photographers Doug Cox, John Lambing, Wayne Mumford, John Reddy, George Robbins, George & Donna Schuyler; and the stirring archival photographs of Montana were generously...

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    #101 Signature Strengths, Flow and Authentic Happiness World-renowned experts describe and illustrate what's needed for adolescents to thrive, adults to find satisfaction at work, all of us to achieve authentic happiness. #102 Personal Well-Being, Social Support, Health and Aging Well World-renowned experts review recent research about determinants of...

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    The 30th episode of Backroads introduces us to a man who's returned to Glacier National Park to sign on for a new job.  Then we'll watch spring warmth transform a mountain snowpack; trace the history of Chinese immigrants in small-town Montana; and more. William Marcus hosts the program from historic Stevensville.

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    Backroads travels first to Park City, where the best angel food for miles around comes from "The Cake Ladies."  In Great Falls, we'll visit a special site that honors fallen soldiers, and pays tribute to living veterans.  We stop in the central Montana town of Winifred, for the world's largest Tonka toy collection.  And we visit a working cowboy singer on...

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    This edition of Backroads starts at an exciting amateur skijoring event  in the Big Hole Valley, then meets up with some senior weight lifters in  Ronan, visits an ice cave in the Pryor Mountains, and spends time with  two women who have formed a fast friendship through their community work  in Lame Deer.  William Marcus hosts the program from Fort Missoula.

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