The first run of Kansas City Ballet’s new Nutcracker is now underway. Look back through the nearly two years of planning, construction and rehearsals that led up to opening night of the holiday classic with this interactive timeline: Find more on the new Nutcracker at KCPT”s Arts Upload: Resetting the Stage web site.
The stars reveal their favorite scandals from the series. Downton Abbey, The Final Season, premieres Sunday, January 3, 2016 at 8pm on MASTERPIECE on KCPT. Tomorrow’s the night for KCPT and the World War I Museum’s exclusive sneak premiere of season premiere of Downton Abbey! Join the Downton Club: Roaring 20s Party & Exclusive Screening on Thursday with tickets on ...Continue Reading
From latkes to rugelach, find great Hanukkah recipes including leftover ideas.
As we prepare for the arrival of Lord Grantham and crew, premiering on KCPT on Jan. 3, 2016, we’re celebrating with a toast. Show us how you’ll settle in to watch the final season of Downton Abbey as the plot unfolds and the wine bottles are uncorked. Whatever’s in your glass — be it tea ...Continue Reading
In this video from PBS.org, Daniel Inouye was preparing to go to church when the attack on Pearl Harbor began. He speaks of the day and its aftermath. Missouri’s oldest living Pearl Harbor survivor, Jesse Reynolds, was in the galley of his ship that morning. For that video, go to Flatland, KCPT’s digital magazine, or watch below.
The Golden Globe-winning “Breaking Bad” star talks about his acclaimed new film “Trumbo.”