Uplifted | Prairie Public Broadcasting


Uplifted is a podcast that explores personal and global problems like COVID-19, social injustice, aging, and climate change through a spiritual lens.

Personal stories of struggle are paired with interviews about ways to address life’s challenges with an emphasis on compassion, justice, and spiritual renewal. The podcast also features essays, words of hope, and music.

Uplifted is created and hosted by Meg Luther Lindholm.

About the host
Meg Luther Lindholm is an audio producer who lives in Fargo, N.D. by way of Brooklyn N.Y. She has produced several multimedia projects on bullying in schools, North Dakota’s criminal justice system, and high-risk drinking. Being at home with her kids during this time of COVID inspired her to create Uplifted.

Gabriele Diwald

How do we juggle kids, our jobs, or the search for work and every other aspect of life in this time of COVID? 

Guests include North Dakota singer-songwriter Jessie Veeder, Dr. Catherine Pearlman, and wilderness guide and blogger Aram Mitchell. 

"How are you coping with COVID?" is the central question explored by poet Lynn Ungar, Dr. Shauna Springer, and wilderness guide and essayist Aram Mitchell. 

 Music by North Dakota composer Darin Henze is also featured.