During the documentary students’ continuously snapped in support and understanding of the story they saw projected on the screen in the library at the Ewing Marion Kauffman School. Afterwards they asked their visitor, the film’s subject, about his struggles in high school, student loans, and life after college graduation. Growing up as a young, black ...Continue Reading
Though work as a journalist carried Charles across the globe, it was a small, simple cabin on a country road in the Northern Ozarks that never failed to bring him pleasure and respite. For five months, KCPT videographer Dave Burkhardt spent hot days, misty mornings and chilly evenings with him in St. Clair County, recording the ...Continue Reading
For most, the holiday season is a time of celebration, spending time with family and friends, observing age-old traditions and enjoying favorite foods. For members of the military, the holidays can be particularly emotional, especially when they are stationed thousands of miles away from home, or are overcoming injuries from their service. In the uplifting ...Continue Reading
The moment when Vincent van Gogh looked into a mirror, held up a blade and cut into his own ear defines his turbulent life and art. But what did he really do on the night of December 23, 1888, in the town of Arles? What was his state of mind? No one has been clear ...Continue Reading
This year, KCPT is participating in the H&R Block referral program. When you download and print the form below and take it with you to a participating H&R Block or Block Advisors as a new client, KCPT will receive $20 for each qualifying referral.
Live From Lincoln Center brings Joshua Bell’s Seasons of Cuba to the 2016 PBS Arts Fall Festival, in which the world-famous, Grammy Award–winning violinist Joshua Bell performs with the Chamber Orchestra of Havana, composed of some of Cuba’s most accomplished classical musicians. Bell will dazzle the audience with a range of selections from Vivaldi classics, ...Continue Reading