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Kaye McIntyre Sunday, August 14th

August 14, 2016: we look back on the Republican National Convention of 1976, when President Gerald Ford picked Senator Bob Dole as his running mate. We'll preview a new exhibit at the Dole Institute of Politics, "From State to Nation: Dole for VP."

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, August 7th

August 7, 2016: Does history make sense? Are we becoming "more moral" over time? Michael Ignatieff takes the long view of human history in this lecture sponsored by the Hall Center for the Humanities.

Kaye McIntyre, Michael Smith, Stephen Koranda, and Peter Hancock in the KPR Live Performance Studio
Kaye McIntyre Sunday, July 31st

July 31, 2016: Kansas primary elections are just days away. This week on KPR Presents, we'll preview the August 2nd primaries and highlight a few races to watch.

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Kaye McIntyre Saturday, July 23rd

July 24, 2016: As Democrats prepare for their National Convention, Thomas Frank turns a critical eye to the "Party of the People" and how it has failed the American middle class.

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Kaye McIntyre Saturday, July 16th

July 17, 2016: race, inequality, and the changing face of America.  Pitts spoke at the first-ever Free State Forum, sponsored by the Kansas ACLU.  Note: this program will not be archived, so be sure to join us for this week's broadcast.

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, July 10th

July 10, 2016: It's been almost eight years since a senator from Illinois made history, becoming the first black President of the United States. In Part Two of "Obama's Years," NPR's Steve Inskeep sits down with our 44th president as he reflects on his time in office.

Kaye McIntyre Saturday, July 2nd

July 3, 2016: "Obama's Years" explores how life has changed for Americans over the past eight years. In Part One, NPR's Steve Inskeep travels the country to places where President Obama delivered speeches, and checks in with Americans in those places to get their perspectives on the issues the president discussed.

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, June 26th

June 26, 2016: the President of Costa Rica talks about immigration, security, and the future of the Americas.  President Solis spoke recently at the Kansas State University Landon Lecture Series. 

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, June 19th

June 19, 2016: it's a sneak peek at the upcoming Free State Festival. We'll preview the Festival, six days of independent films, music, art, and ideas.

Kansas Statehouse (Photo by Stephen Koranda)
Kaye McIntyre Sunday, June 12th

June 12, 2016: Kansas lawmakers will return to Topeka later this month in hopes of avoiding a shut-down of K-12 public schools. We'll preview the upcoming special legislative session with KPR's Stephen Koranda and other political reporters.

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