Ahead of the broadcast premiere of Ken Burns’ new four-hour documentary about Jackie Robinson, KCPT and the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum hosted a special sneak peek of the film at the Gem Theater on April 1. Sarah Burns and David McMahon, who wrote, co-produced and co-directed Jackie Robinson, Skyped in from Brooklyn, New York for ...Continue Reading
PBS KIDS Explore the Outdoors begins 4/11 with new episodes of Ready Jet Go!, Wild Kratts, and Nature Cat; plus find games and activities to engage the entire family in outdoor exploration at pbskids.org/outdoors.
Father Brown returns for a fourth series, derived from the classic short stories of G K Chesterton. One of the most quirkily genial and lovable characters to emerge from English detective fiction, the kindly cleric with his large umbrella and numerous brown paper parcels, possesses a sharp intelligence, and limitless knowledge of men’s evil. He ...Continue Reading
Welcome to Leith chronicles the attempted takeover of a small North Dakota town by notorious white supremacist Craig Cobb. As his behavior becomes more threatening, tensions soar, and residents desperately look for ways to expel their unwanted neighbor.
KCPT Passport is the new member benefit for eligible members (who donate $5 a month or $60 annually) that provides you with extended access to an on-demand library of quality public television programming. Featuring both PBS and select local programming, KCPT Passport allows you to watch even more episodes of your favorite shows, including full ...Continue Reading
Grantchester is a real town in the English countryside, but the crime-solving adventures of Sidney and Geordie exist only in the mind of author James Runcie, whose book series “The Grantchester Mysteries” serves as the inspiration for the Masterpiece program. Listen to the MASTERPIECE podcast here, and follow on Twitter #GrantchesterPBS