After six passionate and poignant seasons, the curtain comes down on “Downton Abbey.” How will fate resolve the stories of Edith, Mary, Thomas, Anna, Robert, Cora, Daisy, Carson, Violet, Isobel and all the other occupants of this unforgettable house? Find out this Sunday night at 8pm and support KCPT during the broadcast for special thank ...Continue Reading
Mike Shanin interviews Ted Anderson, Executive Director of the KCMO Land Bank, about the particulars of the one dollar houses for sale on the city’s east side. Then Steve Rose, Mary O’Halloran, Gwen Grant and Woody Cozad discuss the influence of KCMO’s east side residents on the upcoming e-tax renewal vote, hopes and concerns for ...Continue Reading
See cast members Allen Leech, Michelle Dockery, Jim Carter, Kevin Doyle, Phyllis Logan, and Hugh Bonneville answer quick questions about what they will miss most when the MASTERPIECE series ends (spoiler: the jewels!). Watch the Downton Abbey series finale at 8pm this Sunday, March 6, on PBS on KCPT. And you, what will you miss? Follow the conversation with ...Continue Reading
Nearly 8 in 10 people trust PBS (79 percent “trust a great deal” or “trust somewhat”). The 2016 study marks the 13th time in a row that PBS was called the nation’s most-trusted institution among a consideration set that includes courts of law, commercial cable and broadcast television, newspapers and others. The study found that more than ...Continue Reading
The first five Re:Dream videos featuring mini-documentaries from across five American cities — including Kansas City — were released this week: Tsehaya Smith is an accomplished dancer and choreographer. Her career was thriving until her mother passed away, leaving her a house drowning in debt. Tsehaya is meeting the obstacles in the way of her American dream head ...Continue Reading
Oh, we’ll miss those sharp tongues! See some of the best one-liners from six seasons of PBS’ Downton Abbey. The MASTERPIECE series finale airs at 8pm this Sunday, March 6, on KCPT. Follow the conversation on Twitter with #FarewellDownton and #DowntonPBS.