Saturday, November 14, 2015 at 11am Plaza Branch, 4801 Main St. In Autism in Love, director Matt Fuller examines the everyday realities of autistic adulthood, showing how the members of this often-misunderstood community cope with the challenge of keeping romance alive over the years. Lenny searches for the perfect woman, Lindsey and David consider the ...Continue Reading
From new gadgets to changing social tides, see signs through the seasons that change is coming to Downton Abbey. The Final Season premieres Sunday, January 3, 2016 at 8pm on MASTERPIECE on KCPT.
The place we know as Kansas used to be covered by a sprawling inland sea. Millions of years ago, countless oysters lived and died there. And it was these oysters that helped shape perhaps the most dramatic feature of the Kansas landscape today. How did massive volcanic eruptions, inland seas, and land bridges pave the ...Continue Reading
The holiday season is fast approaching and along with it, KC Ballet’s reimagined holiday classic. KCPT continues to look behind the scenes with three new videos. As Costume Designer Holly Hynes shares some thoughts on how she got into the business, and what she likes best about it. Ravenswood Studio, Inc. in suburban Chicago is ...Continue Reading
Singer-songwriter Darden Smith performed last week at Yardley Hall in the Carlsen Center on the Johnson County Community College campus as part of his SongwritingWith:Soldiers project. Smith has spent two days at JCCC, conducting songwriting workshops with veteran students. In between his workshops, the Austin, Texas-based musician came to KCPT’s 90.9 The Bridge and performed in the studio.
The president of the University of Missouri has stepped down amid increasing student and faculty protests. Tim Wolfe was accused of ignoring months of complaints over racial slurs, fueling a demonstration at homecoming, a hunger strike and a boycott by several football players. Gwen Ifill talks to professor Scott Brooks and Brenda Smith-Lezama of the ...Continue Reading