Settle in for a binge-worthy Labor Day weekend marathon of all six seasons of the top PBS drama of all time, the most popular series in MASTERPIECE’s 45-year history and one of the most-watched dramas on American television. This round-the-clock celebration features every enthralling moment of the unforgettable series. Plump the cushions, pour the sherry ...Continue Reading
This Labor Day weekend, Create smoke master Steven Raichlen celebrates summer’s last hurrah with six hours of mouthwatering barbecue dishes. Learn to master smoking techniques and grill everything from ribs to ice cream. Impress your guests with his sure-fire recipes for rotisserie-smoked chicken, brisket on the bone, ribs with vanilla-brown sugar glaze, ember-roasted corn, smoke-braised ...Continue Reading
Summer is over and it’s back to school in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe! As another school year quickly approaches, PBS KIDS’ popular series DANIEL TIGER’S NEIGHBORHOOD is premiering new episodes to help kids gear up for the fall. On September 5, the Emmy Award-nominated preschool show kicks off a week of new episodes that focus ...Continue Reading
“On stage or in the movies I could do whatever I wanted to. I was free.” – Gene Wilder, March 2007 Conversation with Ms. magazine founding editor Letty Cottin Pogrebin. More animated interviews can be found at Blank on Blank‘s website.
I Miss Downton Abbey VIDEO
Revisit treasured moments from the unforgettable series, including new behind-the-scenes clips and interview footage. Celebrate the stellar cast, the superb writing and the spectacular locations of the most successful British drama ever. Allen Leech (Branson) hosts. I Miss Downton Abbey premiered on August 28. Support programs like MASTERPIECE: Downton Abbey when you donate to KCPT.
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. On the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, American Flight 77 slammed into the Pentagon and killed 184 people. That part of the tragedy has largely been overlooked, lost in ...Continue Reading