Best kcpt podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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Ruckus is a lively roundtable about the big ticket issues that face our community today. Moderator Mike Shanin leads the ensemble of conservatives and liberals as they duke it out over whose view will stand.
 
The restaurant review show where you dine and dish!
 
Join moderator Nick Haines and this week's panel for a behind the scenes look at Kansas City's top news stories.
 
Join moderator Nick Haines and this week's panel for a behind the scenes look at Kansas City's top news stories.
 
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A collaboration among KCUR Public Radio, KCPT Public Television, KHI News Service and Kansas Public Radio, Heartland Health Monitor focuses on health issues and their impact in Missouri and Kansas. Whether breaking news or in-depth features, we strive to bring listeners and readers timely, accurate and comprehensive coverage of a topic that leaves no one untouched.
 
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We’ve invited three guests onto the show that Chris always see at concerts and who are great fans of The Bridge too! We sit down with Amber, who won volunteer of the year for The Bridge and KCPT – Kansas City PBS. We talk to Jen, who is a big concert goer and volunteer around town, and also Scott “front row Joe” Rohr, who is constantly leaning ...…
 
Jason and Nick take a little time to recap last week's District 1 town hall meeting with Council members Diane Forte and Rob Binney, hitting on a couple of topics they wish they'd had more time for. And, they give a little credit to both council members for how they took responsibility for their parts in the soap opera-style drama of the past 1 ...…
 
This week on KC Cares! Episcopal Community Services Beau Heyen, President/CEO Web site: www.episcopalcommunity.org ______________________________ KCPT-Kansas City Public Television Kliff Kuehl, President & CEO www.kcpt.org ______________________________ KC JAZZ ALIVE David Basse, musician; www.charlieparkercelebration.com; kcjazzalive.org…
 
https://hodgecast.files.wordpress.com/2016/06/redream-master.m4a What is your Dream? Do you believe that your Dream can become reality? Does your Dream align with the “American Dream” in this “land of opportunity? Or are you adamant in setting you Dream on it’s own course – not “American” at all? These are the questions that the ReDream Project ...…
 
Guests - Jason is joined by Jenny Vergara, Contributing Editor - Feast Magazine, to talk food trends and new restaurants in KC, and Carla McCabe, VP - Kansas City PBS and Re:Dream, to talk about changes at KCPT and new series Re:Dream.
 
127 (Dec 15, 2014). KC Cares, Live on ESPN1510 AM, Kansas City. Bill Brandmeyer and Ruth Baum Bigus, Hosts. Guests: Sarah Smith (KMBC 9) and Christa Dubill (KSHB 41); Phil Witt (WDAF 4), Darrin McDonald and Tye Murphy (KCTV 5); Nick Haines (KCPT) and Ron Jones (KCUR).
 
On September 16, 2014, the Kansas City Public Library hosted a discussion on the proper role of government in the economy between Stephanie Kelton, chair of the Department of Economics at UMKC, and University of Missouri economics professor Joseph Haslag. The event was moderated by KCPT-TV host Mike Shanin and co-sponsored by the Jobs Now! Coal ...…
 
TOPIC 1: FINN TO PEN? Bishop Robert Finn and the local diocese have been charged with failure to report child abuse. TOPIC 2: SEEMS LIKE OLD TIMES! After a lengthy absence, Phill Kline is back in the news. A Kansas disciplinary panel has recommended that Kline be indefinitely suspended from practicing law in the state. Kline, a former attorney ...…
 
MASSIVE JOBS ANNOUNCEMENT: Ford adds 1,600 new jobs and promises $1.1 billion investment in KC assembly plant PROSPECT AVE NAME CHANGE: More on the City Council member effort to erase Prospect Ave and rename it Martin Luther King Avenue. But is that the best way to de-stigmatize its connection with a rash of homicides? PICKING KC’S NEXT TOP COP ...…
 
MASSIVE JOBS ANNOUNCEMENT: Ford adds 1,600 new jobs and promises $1.1 billion investment in KC assembly plant PROSPECT AVE NAME CHANGE: More on the City Council member effort to erase Prospect Ave and rename it Martin Luther King Avenue. But is that the best way to de-stigmatize its connection with a rash of homicides? PICKING KC’S NEXT TOP COP ...…
 
TOPIC 1: CHANGING PROSPECTS Councilman Jermaine Reed wants to change the name of Prospect Avenue to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive. This, he says, along with economic initiatives can revitalize and rehabilitate the Prospect area, hard hit by crime and violence. TOPIC 2: DE JA VIEW(S) Last week, Woody and Yael had dueling roasts and toasts ab ...…
 
TOPIC 1: TEEN-FREE ZONE. The new curfew ordinance took effect last weekend and there were no problems on the Country Club Plaza. In fact, the Plaza may well have been the safest public place in the area this past Friday and Saturday. TOPIC 2: ATTACKS ON TAX. Kansas Citians are taxed in a myriad of ways as an excellent Star editorial explained l ...…
 
TOPIC 1: IT HAD TO HAPPEN! Last weekend, three teens were shot on the Country Club Plaza. Mayor James and other black leaders were in the area trying to assess the extent of the problem caused by large throngs of teens “hanging out” there. Now, he and they know. The mayor says he is working on solutions. TOPIC 2: DO WE NEED A KINDER, GENTLER (P ...…
 
Check, Please! Kansas City is KCPT’s restaurant review show where host Doug Fost sits down with regular viewers like you dine and dish on their favorite local eateries. Each episode features three guests; each recommends his or her favorite restaurant. The other two guests then go and experience it for themselves. After the guests have experien ...…
 
TOPIC 1: NOT AS “SLY” AS HIS FATHER. Mayor James’ son, Kyle, made some news because of his involvement with disturbances in the P&L District. Young James refused to pay his restaurant bill, made rude and intemperate remarks to patrons, threatened some bystanders and told one police officer he “would have his job.” The mayor issued an apology fo ...…
 
TOPIC 1: A CHIP OFF THE OLD BLOCH Writing in the Star, Henry Bloch (H&R Block) calls for a balanced approach to the federal budget and tax policy. Noting that he’s a registered Republican, Bloch defends the idea of raising tax rates on the wealthy. TOPIC 2: A WIDENING GAP New Pew Center research says the gap in wealth between whites and minorit ...…
 
TOPIC 1: WHAT TIGHT BUDGET? The Kansas City Council has approved a pay raise for firefighters ranging from 2-18 percent. Firefighters received no raises for the past two years. The Council vote was 11-1. TOPIC 2: WHO’S ON FIRST? Steve Kraske writes that Kansas re-districting might result in the third congressional district becoming part of the ...…
 
TOPIC 1: THE LIST NARROWS. The Greater Kansas City Chamber has narrowed its list of 182 recommendations for the “Big Five” ideas to improve the metro area to 20. The chamber will select the final five in September. TOPIC 2: DOWNTOWN–COWTOWN? The American Royal Rodeo is moving from Kemper Arena to the Sprint Center. AEG officials say the event d ...…
 
TOPIC 1: DIOCESAN DISPUTE! The Bishop of the Kansas City-St. Joseph Diocese, Robert Finn, has refused to step down, despite intense criticism for his handling of child abuse and sexual misconduct allegations involving priests. Instead, Finn has appointed former U.S. Attorney Todd Graves to review policies and procedures to deal with such concer ...…
 
TOPIC 1: TROY AGAIN The City Council has finally named Troy Schulte City Manager, eliminating the “acting” from his title. We can discuss what his goals are and what obstacles he will face. TOPIC 2: CHIEF CONCERN Kansas City Police Chief Jim Corwin is retiring. The Star says his legacy is “mixed.” The paper also calls for the Police Board to co ...…
 
Missouri Senate hopeful Robin Carnahan went on the attack in today's debate against front-runner Roy Blunt at KCPT's studios in Kansas City today. Congressman Blunt responded that she was twisting his record and not talking about the issues Missourians care most about.
 
Candidates for chair of the Johnson County Commission squared off this afternoon in a debate that will appear tonight on KCPT, Channel 19. incmbent Annabeth Surbaugh, Ed Eilert, John Segale and John Toplikar bumped heads hardest on the issue of spending.
 
This week on Tell Somebody, Ira Harrit, Program Director of American Friends Service Committee - Kansas City and co-chair of the KC Iraq Task Force talks about a rally on the Country Club Plaza in Kansas City, followed by "Breaking Bread" a dinner benefit with Iraqi refugees and Iraq War veterans on the weekend before the 6th anniversary of the ...…
 
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