This week, we hear from Lawrence filmmaker Patrick Rea about his film Enclosure and the journey from Kansas City to Cannes. In July, another horror film with a Kansas connection gets the Criterion treatment. Carnival of Souls was produced by Lawrence’s Herk Harvey in 1962 for $33 thousand. The film became a cult classic and ...Continue Reading
There was huge controversy and even threats of boycotts when they arrived in Kansas City eight years ago. Now a new “bodies” exhibit opens this weekend at Union Station. We take you inside BODY WORLDS with Union Station CEO George Guastello and the exhibit’s creative designer, Dr. Angelina Whalley. Then, in our reporter roundtable Friday, May 20 ...Continue Reading
Feast TV: Midwest Fish VIDEO
In this episode, we head to rural Missouri to see freshwater trout raised in cold, clear spring water at Troutdale Farm, which sources fish to the region’s best restaurants. We’ll also stop by Anton’s in Kansas City, where an aquaponic system (in the basement, no less) creates a haven for tilapia and fresh greens and ...Continue Reading
Get strategies and tools to integrate technology into your classrooms and inspire you at one or more workshops held at KCPT this summer.
Join Create’s intrepid travelers as they see the sights from the seat of a bike. Rick Steves rides along Rome’s iconic Appian Way; Colleen Kelly and family kick off their Swiss adventure with a rugged mountain bike tour; Rudy Maxa bicycles to Amsterdam’s great art museums; and Pedal America’s Ira David Levy and Kati Lightholder ...Continue Reading
Beyond Belief is just one of 15 projects around the country that are challenging old models of public broadcasting and breaking down barriers of access for community members to tell their own stories. It’s the brainchild of AIR, a Boston-based group of independent producers that supports projects in every corner of the country, reaching out to underserved audiences and are striving to change ...Continue Reading