Join Mark Walberg as he travels to small-town America in a vintage hearse to unearth the past. Starting with the tombstones of those integral to the birth of a city to their present-day descendants, he’ll piece together the clues about each town’s genealogy. Generations of history are packed into this half hour filled with facts, ...Continue Reading
Join Nick Haines and this year’s panel for Kansas City Week in Review’s annual special looking at the top headlines of 2015 … from the suicide of Missouri State Auditor Tom Schweich to the Royals winning the World Series. From a sexting scandal that brings down the Missouri House speaker to student protests that bring down ...Continue Reading
The history-making dancer talks with Tavis Smiley on becoming the first black principal ballerina at the American Ballet Theatre, her charity work, and the theater’s latest production of “The Nutcracker.”
The PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovators program recognizes educators who incorporate digital media in the classroom to inspire student learning. For the first time in four years, all educators that submit a complete application and meet the entry requirements will be invited to join the program! All 2016 PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovators will receive one year ...Continue Reading
Join Julian Fellowes to visit Burghley, home for 500 years to heirs of William Cecil, the political brain and iron fist behind the throne of Elizabeth I. In Great Houses with Julian Fellowes, discover tales of royals and commoners, including a farmer’s daughter who married the tenth earl.
We are thankful for all the support we received from the members, volunteers and local businesses who donated to KCPT during our recent funding drive. Your support helps bring 26,000 hours of quality local and national programming to our metro each year. Thanks to you, KCPT is able to bring everyone in our metro the best national ...Continue Reading