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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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Kaye McIntyre Saturday, June 4th

June 5, 2016: This week marks the 50th anniversary of one of the most devastating tornadoes in Kansas history. We remember the events of June 8, 1966, with broadcaster Bill Kurtis, who is widely credited with saving the lives of many Topekans in the path of the F5 tornado.

Kaye McIntyre Friday, May 27th

May 29, 2016: Two former Kansas governors, Republican Mike Hayden and Democrat John Carlin, take a critical look at the state of Kansas today. Hayden and Carlin spoke at a forum sponsored by the bipartisan group, Women for Kansas.

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, May 22nd

May 22, 2016: Presidential historian H.W. Brands talks about the legacy of President Reagan in this Kansas State University Landon Lecture.  Brands is the best-selling author of several books, including Reagan: The Life.

Lewis and KU Chancellor Gray-Little, courtesy of the Kauffman Foundation
Kaye McIntyre Saturday, May 14th

May 15, 2016: Delano Lewis, former president of NPR and ambassador to South Africa.  Lewis, shown here with KU Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little, speaks on the power of education to change lives. 

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, May 8th

May 8, 2016: a fresh perspective on partisan politics and the 2016 elections.  Political pundits and spouses Avlon and Hoover spoke at Kansas State University's Landon Lecture Series.

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