Author Ta-Nehisi Coates talks to Charlie Rose about his new book on race in America, “Between the World and Me,” and about the problem with ascribing poverty in the black community to issues of “personal responsibility.”
Catch it before it’s gone! The award-winning, addictive phenomenon that is Downton Abbey is coming to a close. Catch the final season, premiering Jan. 3, 2016, at 8pm on MASTERPIECE on KCPT. Follow the conversation: #DowntonPBS
While you may be more familiar with a wet-brined turkey, the dry-brining process has made headway recently. For one, it’s faster! Get essential tips for dry-brining your turkey as well as equipment recommendations with this PBS Food’s Citrus Dry-Brined Turkey tutorial.
Twenty years ago this week, Kansas City Public Television aired the first ever episode of “Rare Visions and Roadside Revelations.” The show ran for 12 seasons and followed television weasels Randy Mason, Don “the Camera Guy” Mayberger, and Michael Murphy, as they traipsed across the country looking for outsider art and odd attractions. Of course, ...Continue Reading
Before terrorists murdered 130 people in Paris, the biggest news story here and across America was strife on a university campus in Missouri with protesters at the University of Missouri forcing the resignation of the system president and its chancellor. Now that the news focus has shifted to Paris, is the story over? We track how ...Continue Reading
Attention parents, caregivers and kids of all ages! On Wednesday, November 25 starting at 7am, watch the premiere of a brand new Wild Kratts Christmas special, plus a new PBS KIDS program called Nature Cat. Race with the Kratt Brothers to return disappearing baby animals to their families in time for Christmas in A Creature Christmas. Then ...Continue Reading