Heartland (disambiguation)

Heartland (disambiguation)

"Heartland" is a geopolitical term used to refer to the central areas of Eurasia and the United States. The term "Hindi heartland" is used to refer to the Hindi-speaking states of Northern India, namely Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Madhya Pradesh. The term "heartland" can also refer to:



*Heartland (Australian TV series), a 1994 Australian television series starring Cate Blanchett
*Heartland with John Kasich (formerly called "From the Heartland"), American political television show on Fox News Channel
*Heartlanders, a 2002 Singaporean television series
*Murder in the Heartland, television miniseries aired on ABC in 1993
*Heartland (American TV series), a 2007 television series on TNT
*Heartland (Canadian TV series), a 2007 series on CBC Television


*"Heartland (film)", 1979 movie starring Rip Torn and Conchata Ferrell
*"Heartlands (film)", a 2002 movie starring Michael Sheen and Celia Imrie
*Heartland Film Festival, film festival held each October in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA


*"Heartland", a 1964 novel by Wilson Harris
*"Heartland", a 2004 novel by John MacKay
*"Heartland (book)", a 20-book series by Lauren Brooke
*"Heartland", a novel by Singaporean writer Daren Shiau


*Heartland (country music band), country music band
*Heartland (British Band), AOR / Melodic Rock band
*"Heartland" (Real Life album), debut album from Australian New Romantic band Real Life
*"Heartland" (Runrig album), fourth album from Scottish band Runrig
*"Heartland" (The Judds album), an album by American country music duo The Judds
*"Heartland" (song), song by U2 from the "Rattle and Hum" album
*"The Heartland Café", album by Swedish pop/rock band Gyllene Tider in 1984
* Heartland rock, popular form of rock and roll in the 1970s and 1980s
*"Heartland" (Client album), a 2007 music album by Client
*"Heartland", a song by The Sisters of Mercy from the "Temple of Love" EP
*"Heartland" (George Strait song), a song by George Strait
*"Heartland", a song by The The from the "Infected" album
*"Heartland" (1980 Album) By The Michael Stanley Band


*"Heartland", a computer game for the Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum


* Heartland Baptist Bible College, formerly known as Pacific Coast Baptist Bible College, an unaccredited independent Baptist Bible college located at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
* Heartland Brewery, brewery in New York City, USA
* Heartland Community College, educational establishment affiliated with Illinois State University, USA
* Heartland Conference, American NCAA Division II college athletic conference
* Heartland Corridor, American joint venture between the Norfolk Southern Railway and the Federal Highway Administration
* Heartland Dream Center, Christian academy and youth ministry based in Raleigh, Illinois, USA
* Heartland Elementary School, part of the Blue Valley School District, Kansas, USA
* Heartland Express, freight transportation company
* Heartland Flyer, daily all-coach train running a 332 km route between Fort Worth, Texas and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
* Heartland Inn, chain of hotels based in Iowa, USA
* Heartland Institute, free-market oriented public policy think tank based in Chicago, USA
* Heartland Pagan Festival, yearly pagan festival held in Tonganoxie, Kansas, USA
* Heartland Payment Systems, credit card and payroll service provider


* "Heartland", area in Southern Saskatchewan, Canada
* Heartland Village, Staten Island, residential development on Staten Island, New York, USA
* Western Heartlands, fictional region in the fantasy setting of the Forgotten Realms


* Heartland Championship, amateur domestic rugby union competition in New Zealand
* Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC), American intercollegiate athletic conference affiliated with the NCAA's Division III
* Heartland F.C., formerly Iwuanyanwu Nationale, Nigerian soccer club based in Owerri, Nigeria
* Heartland League, independent baseball league that operated from 199698 in the central United States
* Heartland Park Topeka, multi-purpose motorsports facility south of Topeka, Kansas, USA
* Heartland Trophy, brass bull presented to the winner of the IowaWisconsin american football game
* Heartland Wrestling Association, independent wrestling promotion based in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
* St Louis Heartland Eagles, Tier 1 junior ice hockey team playing in the West Division of the United States Hockey League (USHL)

ee also

* Hartland

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