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
This season, explore regional food and drink through a focus on one topic– think chocolate, coffee, local fish or Asian cuisine. Host and producer Cat Neville’s cooking demo ties it all together at the end of each episode with an easy, delicious dish you can make at home. The new Feast TV season kicks off April 10 ...Continue Reading
Mike Shanin interviews Mindy Corporon, President of SevenDays, about creating a ripple of positive change after the Jewish Community Center shooting which claimed the lives of her father and son. To commemorate the lives lost, SevenDays has a series of events from April 12-18 open to the public. The events and each day’s theme, from “love” ...Continue Reading
From the Earnings Tax to local school board races, we dissect some of the key issues being decided on both sides of state line in local elections this upcoming Tuesday. Plus, what’s the cost of religious freedom? Kansas City leaders say a religious freedom amendment before the Missouri legislature would cost the city $50 million ...Continue Reading
Last year, The 2015 World Series Champions Kansas City Royals celebrated with approximately 800 thousand fans in downtown Kansas City, Missouri in a parade dubbed #RoyalCelebration. Capture the spirit again in this video in advance of Sunday’s Opening Day game against the Mets.