The Gay Head Lighthouse, a historic landmark perched high on the cliffs of Martha’s Vineyard, is soon to become the next victim of the persistent erosion of the island’s cliffs. Join engineers as they race to rescue this national treasure. NOVA’s Operation Lighthouse Rescue premieres at 8 tonight, Wednesday, May 4 on KCPT.
Holocaust Remembrance Day, internationally recognized on Thursday, May 5, is a tribute to the victims and survivors of the Holocaust and marks the anniversary of the Warsaw ghetto uprising. As part of KCPT’s national project, Re:Dream, watch the story of Holocaust survivor Peter Daniels, who came to America as a boy, served in the Navy, and now spends ...Continue Reading
It has always seemed like something way in the future. But could you now be voting on a new $1 billion terminal at KCI airport this August? The airlines have reached an agreement. And they go to City Hall this week to call for a single terminal design to be placed on the ballot this summer. ...Continue Reading
Kansas City has been making national headlines with its creative use of billboards thanks in part to a certain group of boys in blue. This week, Ashley Holcroft finds out more about the Crossroads Artboards which have been making a splash on the KC skyline since 2008. The Artboards are a partnership between the Charlotte ...Continue Reading
Programmer’s Picks | May VIDEO
Michael Murphy, KCPT’s Vice-President of Programming, is responsible for the content on each of the station’s three channels, KCPT, KCPT2, and Create. Here, he highlights some of his favorite shows coming in the month ahead. Spring is here, and just like the perennial return of the flowers, KCPT has a lot of great content making its way onto each ...Continue Reading
During the course of the Re:Dream project, we placed four chalkboards in Kansas City’s Union Station for one week. The response was overwhelming. It became evident that instead of one American dream, there are now millions. But … it only takes one dream to change everything. What’s your dream? Share it and explore 40 stories of individuals ...Continue Reading