On this week’s edition of Ruckus, join Mike Shanin for a conversation with Sam Brownback. They’ll be talking about the Kansas Governor’s biggest achievements, his reaction to this week’s primary results and how he responds to critics. Election talk continues with two groups of Ruckettes —conservative and liberal — offering their analysis of the Kansas and Missouri ...Continue Reading
In this clip, Iris encourages people to express their individualism through their wardrobes. She states, “I like individuality. It’s so lost these days. There’s so much sameness. Everything is homogenized. I hate it.” Iris pairs the late documentarian Albert Maysles, then 87, with style maven Iris Apfel. Explore documentary films and the stories behind them at ...Continue Reading
KCPT has the 2016 election covered with reporting from PBS NewsHour and Washington Week, convention and debate coverage, and special programming about the changing political landscape.
Bask in blue lagoons this weekend as Create’s resident globe-trotters visit some of the world’s most exotic beaches. Rudy Maxa, Rick Steves, Joseph Rosendo and Darley Newman revel in the crystal-clear waters of Hawaii, Tahiti, French Polynesia, Greece, Australia and Mozambique. Create marathons air on Saturday from 5-11am, with encores on Saturday from 5pm-11pm and Sunday from ...Continue Reading
Odd Squad: The Movie VIDEO
When a rival group of adults called Weird Team arrives with a gadget that fixes any odd problem, Odd Squad is run out of business. The agents are forced to disband and return to life as regular kids. When they learn the gadget isn’t solving problems, but only covering them up, the original Odd Squad ...Continue Reading
Michael Murphy, KCPT’s Vice-President of Programming, is responsible for the content on each of the station’s three channels, KCPT, KCPT2, and Create. Here, he highlights some of his favorite shows coming in the month ahead. Welcome to the dog days of summer! Lawrence Welk has been on TV for many years. Some of our viewers were around when he was originally ...Continue Reading