From Broadcast to Broadway, KCPT offers you the chance to see the arts in your living room or in the audience. Make a donation of $45 or more to KCPT between October 10th and October 21st and be entered for your chance to win tickets to see Hamilton: An American Musical. One winner will receive ...Continue Reading
FRONTLINE’s Martin Smith investigates the U.S.-led efforts to degrade and destroy ISIS. Reporting from Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Jordan and Turkey, this two-hour film examines the successes, failures, and challenges of the fight, as ISIS loses ground in the region but strikes out abroad. Related content from FRONTLINE: The Clashing Agendas In The Fight Against ISIS ...Continue Reading
The second presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump began by addressing the frenzy around Trump’s sexually aggressive words in a 2005 video. When it was over, the candidates had responded to questions about Syria, taxes, health care, energy policy, serving as role models, and what they admire in each other. Read Top 5 takeaways ...Continue Reading
PBS’ new free 24/7 multiplatform children’s services include a new TV channel, a live stream on digital platforms and an interactive gaming feature. Together, this triple play will support our mission to reach all children with high-quality educational content. KCPT will broadcast PBS KIDS shows 24 hours a day on 19.4 and offer a live ...Continue Reading
Using the latest high-speed cameras and other technologies, Super Hummingbirds reveals new scientific breakthroughs about these magical birds.
The island of Haiti, the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, has borne the brunt of damage from Hurricane Matthew. Nearly 900 people have been killed by the storm, and thousands more have been displaced. Journalist Ingrid Arneson joins William Brangham via Skype from Haiti’s capital Port-au-Prince. More from the PBS NewsHour on Hurricane Matthew ...Continue Reading