KCPT Producer Lindsey Foat counts the ways she’ll miss her weekly television dates with The Lawrence Welk Show.
On Tuesday, President Obama traveled to Louisiana to survey damage incurred by last week’s torrential flooding, which killed 13 and left some 60,000 homes destroyed. One of the areas hardest hit was Livingston Parish; its president, Layton Ricks, updates Judy Woodruff on the status of cleanup efforts, the biggest challenges facing residents and how he ...Continue Reading
KCPT Passport provides extended access to an on-demand library of quality public television programming. Featuring PBS programming, KCPT Passport allows eligible members (someone who donates as a $5 a month sustainer or $60 annually) to watch even more episodes of their favorite shows, including full seasons of many current and past series. Q: What shows are ...Continue Reading
Come see what’s new in the world of quilting with YouTube’s biggest “sewlebrity,” Jenny Doan of Missouri Star Quilt Company. Doan will be live in our studio to talk about a special KCPT experience available only to our members at 7pm on Tuesday, August 23. Learn more about Missouri Star Quilting Company and watch quilting tutorials at their YouTube ...Continue Reading
It’s become one of Kansas City’s most vexing problems: an absence of development east of Troost. But do civic leaders now have the answer? Plus, you can’t separate the lack of East Side economic activity from concern over crime. This week more tragedy there, as two young boys are shot to death. In other news, ...Continue Reading
As the new school year approaches, KCPT is busy organizing many opportunities for educators. With literacy programs for elementary, the mentoring program with Black & Veatch, and preschool reading camps, KCPT is prepared to help educators succeed. KCPT has many PBS programs designed to help students at kcpt.org/learning. This summer the Education Department was very ...Continue Reading