A royal visit to a family-owned munitions factory begins as a proud occasion for the people of Oxford, but the joyous day ends with murder. Morse delves into the family’s murky past, as well as his own, as he attempts to uncover the culprit before more lives are lost.
With the tables turned, Will battles for justice by fair means and foul. But can a brilliant attorney save his own skin? The Escape Artist, Episode 2, starring David Tennant, premieres Sunday, June 22, 2014, 8pm on MASTERPIECE Mystery! on KCPT. The Escape Artist will not be available to watch online, check our broadcast schedules for additional air times.
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The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services on Wednesday outlined the savings, by state, accrued by by consumers through the Affordable Care Act’s online marketplace for insurance policies. In Missouri, marketplace shoppers who selected silver plans -- the most popular plan type-- paid an average of $45 per month after tax credits. In Kansas, silver plan holders paid an average of $50 per month. According to HHS, monthly premiums dropped 83 percent for Missourians who chose plans with tax credits and 77 percent for Kansans, dropping average monthly premiums from $344 to $59 and $290 to $67, respectively. Under…
The Johnson County Department of Health and Environment has joined the vanguard of local and state health departments that have gained national accreditation. It is one of only 44 across the nation and the first in Kansas. The Public Health Accreditation Board, a relatively new organization bent on standardizing and improving the quality of health departments, recently announced that the Johnson County agency and a dozen others across the U.S. had gained accreditation. The board is an independent organization that administers the national public health accreditation program. “Each time PHAB’s Accreditation Committee meets, we are excited to see a growing…
The Last Supper VIDEO
This is a sobering piece about an art project unlike any I've seen before, but given all the discussion about capital punishment these days, perhaps a very timely one. Julie Green tells OPB about her thoughtful and provocative exhibit, The Last Supper, from The Arts Center in Corvallis. Green discusses her method and tells the stories behind some of her 500 plates, each one representing the final meal of a death row inmat