In The Moment

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In the Moment is SDPB’s daily news and culture magazine program. We have a deeply rooted sense of place, and that place is South Dakota. In the Moment features authentic conversations with news makers, scholars, artists, and everyday South Dakotans. We bring you world-class radio storytelling featuring the highest journalistic integrity. We tell true stories of our state and true stories of people who are doing something or creating something for a reason. We tell these stories with intelligence, fairness, compassion and imagination. We bring our listeners into the conversations and keep them In the Moment.

Keep up with Lori Walsh by reading her "In the Margins" blog at www.sdpb.org/margins.

argusleader.com

In The Moment ... April 24, 2018 Show 322 Hour 2

The 2018 South Dakota Arts Conference is scheduled for May 4-5 in Sioux Falls.  It's the first statewide arts conference in five years.

Arts South Dakota executive director Jim Speirs previews a conference jam packed with music, speakers, workshops and more.

FRONTLINE: Trafficked In America

Apr 24, 2018
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In The Moment ... April 24, 2018 Show 322 Hour 1

"Trafficked in America," a joint FRONTLINE investigation with the Investigative Reporting Program at UC Berkeley, premieres tonight on SDPB-TV at 9:00 p.m. Central.

Andres Cediel, a director, producer and writer of "Trafficked in America," details a trail of human trafficking that begins with teens in Guatemala and ends with them working outrageous hours in unacceptable conditions at Trillium Farms in rural Ohio.

executive-image-consulting.com

In The Moment ... April 24, 2018 Show 322 Hour 1

How long will it take you to make up your mind about our next guest?

Sylvie di Giusto is an executive branding and image consultant. She's author of the book "The Image of Leadership." Her job, she says, is to "package people."

She visits Sioux Falls this Friday (April 27) on behalf of management consulting firm FiveFour. She speaks at C.J. Callaways. The FiveFour event is from 3:30 to 5 p.m.

sdsymphony.org

In The Moment ... April 20, 2018 Show 320 Hour 1

The South Dakota Symphony Orchestra presents "Cadide" on Saturday, April 21 and Sunday, April 22. We're joined by Delta David Gier for a preview of Leonard Bernstein's adaptation of the famous French novel.

Chuck Anderson IOTP

Apr 23, 2018
National Archives

In The Moment ... April 23, 2018 Show 321 Hour 2

A South Dakota boy grew up to establish the Peace Corps and to help craft the 1964 Civil Rights Act. For this week's Images of the Past we talk about Hubert Humphrey.

Our guest is another South Dakota kid in veteran broadcaster Chuck Anderson of Huron.

In The Moment ... April 23, 2018 Show 321 Hour 2

The theme for the 4th annual Cheyenne River Research Symposium is Data Sovereignty. The conference focuses on developing strong partnerships for tribal groups, the benefit to tribes for data and research, and more.

Joseph Yracheta, senior scientist at Missouri Breaks Industries Research Institute, Marie Gross, public health nurse and Research Coordinator at Missouri Breaks, and Justine Kougl, manager of the Keya Website join with details.

Talithia Williams Previews NOVA Wonders

Apr 23, 2018

In The Moment ... April 23, 2018 Show 321 Hour 2

NOVA tackles the biggest questions on the frontiers of science in a new six-part series called NOVA Wonders. The first episode airs on SDPB-TV this Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. Central.

One of NOVA Wonders' three hosts is mathematician Talithia Williams. Her TED talk "Own Your Body's Data" celebrates the power of personal data collection. She's the author of the book Power in Numbers: The Rebel Women of Mathematics.

www.newseuminstitute.org

In The Moment ... April 23, 2018 Show 321 Hour 1

Some of the most compelling debates of our time revolve around the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. Gene Policinski is the COO of the Newseum and The Freedom Forum. He's a national expert on the First Amendment.

www.sdlegislature.gov

In The Moment ... April 23, 2018 Show 321 Hour 1

Neal Tapio is running for U.S. House. He stopped by the SDPB studios at the University of Sioux Falls for a conversation about his candidacy. Tapio details his thoughts on war, international trade and the role of women and men in the American family.

In the second half of our conversation with U.S. House candidate Neal Tapio he shares his thoughts on self-reliance and on Islam in America.

pbs.org

In The Moment ... April 20, 2018 Show 320 Hour 1

Author, farmer, and activist Wendell Berry had strong words for proponents of industrial agriculture. He wrote eloquently and prolifically about rural values and the rural economy. A new film looks at his life through his words, and through the rural Americans he spoke to and for.

Directed by Laura Dunn, Look & See: Wendell Berry's Kentucky airs Monday on SDPB-TV.

Remembering South Dakota Native Hubert Humphrey

Apr 20, 2018
Hubert H. Humphrey, U.S. Senator, (D) Minnesota
National Archives

Hubert H. Humphrey was one of the most prominent politicians and policy-makers in the United States from the mid-1940s until his death in 1978.

Humphrey was born in Wallace, South Dakota in 1911 and attended high school in Doland, where his father owned a pharmacy. During the 1930s, Humphrey Sr. moved the business from Doland to Huron. Hubert earned a pharmacy degree and helped run the family business.

Lee Strubinger

In the Moment ... April 19, 2018 Show 319 Hour 1

The Journey Museum and Learning Center presents "Save Our Dark Sky" this Sunday (April 22) at 2 p.m.

Diane Knutson is the creator of the Lights Out Movement in Rapid City. As a National Park Ranger at Wind Cave, Knutson conducted research about how artificial lighting affects nocturnal habitats. This year she was elected as a Director of the International Dark Sky Association.

In the Moment ... April 19, 2018 Show 319 Hour 2

This year marks the 150th anniversary of the signing of the 1868 Treaty at Fort Laramie.

To commemorate the anniversary, tribal and government officials will convene at the historic site in eastern Wyoming. Many members from South Dakota's nine tribes are expected to attend.
 

Lori Walsh

In the Moment ... April 19, 2018 Show 319 Hour 2

For perspective on some recent top headlines from the U.S. Supreme Court, we welcome Mike Thompson to the program. He's Associate Professor of Criminal Justice at the University of Sioux Falls.

Lori Walsh

In the Moment ... April 19, 2018 Show 319 Hour 1

SDPB's Kevin Woster joins us for a conversation about the Pennington County Lincoln Day Dinner.

Find his blog her: On the Other Hand.

In the Moment ... April 19, 2018 Show 319 Hour 2

Dr. Richard Holm joins the program to preview On Call With the Prairie Doc. Today we talk about heart health

Lori Walsh

In the Moment ... April 19, 2018 Show 319 Hour 1

Twenty years ago a stranger walked in to the Augustana Archeology Laboratory. Adrien Hannus is director of the lab. He shook hands with the man, David Jones, and began a conversation. Their friendship lasted for decades until Jones died while on a paleontology dig in Wyoming.

What happened next was a surprise to Hannus and the Augustana community. Adrien Hannus joins us with the story.

 

Terri Colgrove

   The international students who attend South Dakota’s colleges and universities have plenty of challenges.  From language barriers to the weather--there’s a lot to navigate. But perhaps the biggest and most important challenge is finding a sense of home away from home.

 As part of an ongoing series on international students in the state, SDPB’s Jackie Hendry shares how some students adjust and what one family gained from welcoming students into their home

sdstate.edu

In The Moment ... April 18, 2018 Show 318 Hour 1

Evert Van der Sluis is an Economics Professor at South Dakota State University. He joins In The Moment to continue the conversation on soybean tariffs.

Where Do We Go From Here?

Apr 18, 2018
Lee Strubinger

In The Moment ... April 18, 2018 Show 318 Hour 2 

When we look at the future of the Black Hills, how can we balance economic development and environmental integrity?

"Where Do We Go From Here?" host Chuck Parkinson and Rick Bell preview today's program at SDPB's Black Hills studio in Rapid City.

Today's topic: "Black Hills Resources: Addressing Economic Viability and Environmental Integrity"
 

Dakota Political Junkies

Apr 18, 2018
SDPB

In The Moment ... April 18, 2018 Show 318 Hour 2

Dakota Political Junkies Seth Tupper and Jon Hunter visit about Attorney General Marty Jackley's appearance before the U.S. Supreme Court in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., along with the rest of the political news in the state. 

Nate Wek's Weekly Sports & Rec Update

Apr 18, 2018
Chris Laughery

In The Moment ... April 18, 2018 Show 318 Hour 1

How is the recent string of winter-like weather affecting spring athletics in South Dakota?  SDPB's Nate Wek looks into the world of postponements, cancellations and how disappointed student athletes are trying to persevere.

In The Moment ... April 18, 2018 Show 318 Hour 1

It's been more than a month since President Donald Trump threatened to put tariffs on more than one-thousand imported Chinese goods.

China shot back with proposals for tariffs of its own, including on US soybeans.

It's currently unclear if either country will follow through with their threats. One thing is certain - the international discussion impacts farmers in South Dakota.

SDPB's Jackelyn Severin asks South Dakota farmers how they are dealing with the uncertainty.

politico.com

In The Moment ... April 18, 2018 Show 318 Hour 1

Can Congress make a deal on the 2018 Farm Bill, or will partisanship derail the efforts? The 2018 Farm Bill legislation makes its debut in the U.S. House of Representatives. Yesterday, we spoke with Representative Kristi Noem in Washington for a look at the details.

Lori Walsh

In The Moment ... April 17, 2018 Show 317 Hour 2

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. An exhibit at the University of South Dakota this month shares the stories of women who have something to say about sexual assault. This exhibit was created under the auspices of both PAVE and I CARE,  a new organization at USD devoted to sexual assault prevention on campus.

In the Moment ... April 17, 2018 Show 317 Hour 2

From a study of the history of human interaction with the Black Hills to an exploration of South Dakota's culinary landscape, the upcoming South Dakota State Historical Society History Conference looks at the land of infinite variety.

David Williams and Katie Lamie are with the South Dakota State Historical Society Archaeological Research Center.

In the Moment ... April 17, 2018 Show 317 Hour 2

South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley went before the United States Supreme Court to argue in favor of online sales tax collection and remittance. The case is titled South Dakota versus Wayfair, Inc.

SDPB's Gary Ellenbolt spoke with Jackley Tuesday morning.

Pennington County

In The Moment ... April 17, 2018 Show 317 Hour 2

Captain Tony Harrison is National Trustee for the South Dakota Fraternal Order of Police. He recently attended the FOP's national conference.

medicalhumanities.uci.edu

In The Moment ... April 17, 2018 Show 317 Hour 1

Students present their work at the University of Sioux Falls Research Symposium this week. As college grads prepare to enter their chosen careers, often it's hard to imagine what exactly that career might be like.

Theresa Brown's books take readers inside the indispensable profession of nursing. Her book The Shift: One Nurse, Twelve Hours, Four Patient's Lives invites readers to live through one intense, joyful, and frustrating day at work in the heart and soul of a hospital.

Lori Walsh

In The Moment ... April 17, 2018 Show 317 Hour 1

What is the connection between social justice and environmental sustainability? Can humor help us deal with climate change?

The University of South Dakota hosted character actor Peterson Toscano Tuesday in Old Main's Farber Hall for a joint keynote address for the Diversity Symposium and Earth Days celebration.

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