It looks like suicide, but Reverend Sidney Chambers suspects murder. His biggest challenge is to enlist police in the hunt for the killer. Grantchester is based on the acclaimed novel Sidney Chambers and the Shadow of Death by James Runcie, which was called “the coziest of cozy murder mysteries” by the New York Times Book ...Continue Reading
This excerpt from the Independent Lens documentary American Denial looks at the “Implicit Bias Test,” which was created to test people’s unconscious bias toward words and concepts, and toward races. It is not about conscious attitudes and beliefs, as one researcher tells us in the film, but about something you yourself may not know you ...Continue Reading
Mary and Lord Gillingham put their love to the test. Bates also faces a trial. Cora makes a new friend, and Violet is reunited with an old one.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback delivered his state of the state address Thursday night in advance of the State of the Union address Tuesday night. News reviewers Mary Sanchez, Eric Wesson, Steve Vockrodt and Dave Helling dissect Brownback’s proposed changes for the state of Kansas. Also this week: Senator Claire McCaskill’s announcement she will not run for governor in Missouri in 2016; the fuss surrounding Kansas Congressman Kevin ...Continue Reading
See what happens when young vicar Sidney Chambers plays amateur sleuth. Grantchester premieres Sunday, January 18th at 9:30pm on PBS MASTERPIECE on KCPT. #GrantchesterPBS
THE STORY OF CANCER: The Emperor of All Maladies examines cancer with a cellular biologist’s precision, a historian’s perspective and a biographer’s passion. The series artfully weaves three different films in one: a riveting historical documentary; an engrossing and intimate vérité film; and a scientific and investigative report. Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies