Families joined KCPT in Paradise Park on Saturday, March 5, to meet the Cat in The Hat with pals, Thing 1 and Thing 2. The beautiful day brought many photo opportunities and fun take-home activities for the kids. “Sometimes you will never know the value of a moment until it become a memory.” — Dr. Seuss
The latest installment of Meet the Past with Crosby Kemper III spotlights two of the Midwest’s greatest artists, Kansas City’s Thomas Hart Benton and Iowan Grant Wood, painter of the iconic American Gothic.
New Series: Point Taken VIDEO
This new weekly series, Point Taken, features a panel discussion on pivotal issues with extensive viewer engagement through social media. The hope is to have a real, civil, constructive debate around the hottest topics of the day, acknowledging the points of view of experts as well as audiences around the country. But in a society of outrage ...Continue Reading
Learn how to dye Easter eggs using natural products you may already have in your home. The soft, subdued hues of naturally dyed Easter eggs can’t be replicated by commercial dye or food coloring kits. See how it’s done using onion skins, red cabbage, raspberries, spices and other items in your garden or pantry.
On the North Shore of Massachusetts, homeowners Bill and April Harb begin building their dream home on a plot of raw land. The traditional farmhouse will look as though it has been there for 200 years, but the building methods are at the forefront of innovation. Learn from America’s favorite team of experts and inspire your own ...Continue Reading
KCPT’s half-hour magazine program focusing on the latest breakthroughs in science, technology, and innovation returns with three new episodes. Filmed on location at the Museum at Prairefire in Leawood, Kansas, this season we highlight scientists at the Stowers Institute are using Zebrafish for basic research that may reveal answers to human health conditions including cancer; Kansas City-based Integrated ...Continue Reading