Public broadcasting will present coverage and analysis of the final 2016 presidential debate today, Wednesday, October 17. At 8 p.m. PBS NewsHour takes you to the University of Nevada in Las Vegas, as Chris Wallace of Fox News moderates the final debate. Co-anchors Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff host live coverage of the presidential candidates’ debate, followed by analysis with ...Continue Reading
C is for ‘Cookie’ this weekend! Satisfy your sweet tooth with back-to-back episodes focused on everyone’s favorite indulgence. Martha Stewart, John Besh, Julia Child, Mary Ann Esposito, The Jazzy Vegetarian and others share their favorite recipes — from maple-pecan shortbread squares to oatmeal-chocolate chip cookies. You’ll never buy store-bought again! Create marathons air on Saturday from ...Continue Reading
Charlie Hebdo. Paris. Brussels. Since January of 2015, a wave of attacks by terrorists linked to Al Qaeda and ISIS has overwhelmed Europe, killing nearly 200 people and injuring hundreds more. Could those attacks have been prevented? And why does Europe remain so vulnerable to the terrorism threat? On October 18, FRONTLINE and ProPublica present ...Continue Reading
PBS has a wide array of Halloween learning content for kids and adults to keep the fun, exploration and learning going all October long. Look for new Halloween-themed episodes of kids' favorite shows plus apps, games and activities from PBS KIDS.
It’s the most important meal of the day! Watch as long-fermented, boiled and baked bagels are crafted by hand at Legacy Bagelry, a tiny artisan shop tucked into an unassuming strip mall in Springfield. You’ll also visit Stanton Bros. Eggs, the country’s largest free-range egg operation near Columbia, which is run by two young brothers. ...Continue Reading
Continuing its successful engineering mentoring program, KCPT is working with engineers at Black & Veatch and new partner LRNG KC to bring engineers and engineering projects to 12 schools in Missouri and Kansas.