Watching Our Water VIDEO
"Watching Our Water" radio and online reporting beginning 9/19 from Harvest Public Media examines agriculture and clean water. Watch the documentary on KCPT 9/23 at 8pm.
A Chef’s Life: Season 4 VIDEO
The fourth helping of this award-winning series, A Chef’s Life, is the most unpredictable yet, featuring a healthy dose of homegrown laughter and inspired ingredients served up by Vivian Howard alongside a hearty cast of farmers, chefs, home cooks and friends, Saturdays afternoons at 5:30 p.m. on KCPT. The season begins with “My Watermelon Baby.” The heat ...Continue Reading
Poldark Revealed VIDEO
Go behind-the-scenes on location with the cast and crew of Poldark to learn how Cornwall’s unique history inspired author Winston Graham to write the novels the hit series is based on. Poldark Revealed looks beyond the fiction to the truth of what life was like in this remote county of England during a time of ...Continue Reading
Spotlight Education VIDEO
"Spotlight Education" on KCPT 9/12 - 9/19 examines the challenges facing today’s students and America’s education system. Watch special episodes of NOVA, FRONTLINE and PBS NewsHour, a new film from POV, the premiere of TED Talks: The Education Revolution, and the 5th annual American Graduate Day.
This eight-part series reveals the humanity, the twists of fate and the surprising mistakes behind 16 of the most compelling and tumultuous presidential campaigns in modern history. Revisit the past 50 years of presidential election history to see how previous campaigns are still influencing politics in unexpected ways. Each 60-minute episode features two candidates whose stories ...Continue Reading
Forces of Nature VIDEO
The forces of nature have kept Earth on the move since it was formed billions of years ago. Though we can’t feel the motion, we experience the consequences – from tidal bores surging through the Amazon rainforest to the ruinous power of hurricanes. In the first episode, “Shape,” we can’t directly see the forces that govern ...Continue Reading