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Kaye McIntyre Saturday, April 9th

April 10, 2016: a critique of Governor Sam Brownback's first five years, with political science professors from across the state.

Kaye McIntyre Saturday, April 2nd

April 3, 2016: Race, gender, and the power of sports to change our world, with sportswriter Dave Zirin. We'll also hear from former University of Kansas athletes Wayne Simien, Ernie Shelby, and Lisa Braddy on race, gender, and their own athletic careers.

Photo courtesy of the Truman Library Institute
Kaye McIntyre Sunday, March 27th

March 27, 2016: Renowed journalist Bill Moyers and Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Doris Kearns Goodwin return for more talk about presidents and politics. It's Part Two of the popular Bennett Forum on the Presidency, sponsored by the Truman Library Institute. 

(Photo Courtesy of the Truman Library Institute)
Kaye McIntyre Saturday, March 19th

March 20, 2016: Renowned journalist Bill Moyers returns to Kansas City for the popular Bennett Forum on the Presidency. He's joined by Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Doris Kearns Goodwin to talk about presidents and politics.

Kaye McIntyre Saturday, March 12th

March 13, 2016: Donald Trump would call them "losers." This week on KPR Presents: men who ran for president, lost, and how they shaped history. It's the popular Presidential Lecture Series, with presidential historian Richard Norton Smith.

Photo used with permission by Cody Howard
Kaye McIntyre Saturday, March 5th

March 6, 2016: the co-founder of Apple Computers, Steve Wozniak. "The Woz" talks about his start in computers, Steve Jobs, and his formula for happiness.

Kaye McIntyre Saturday, February 27th

February 28, 2016: Donald Trump, Marco Rubio, or Ted Cruz? Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders? The Kansas presidential caucuses take place next week. On the next KPR Presents, we walk through the presidential caucus process with the leaders of the Kansas Republican and Democratic parties.

Photo courtesy of Dole Institute of Politics
Kaye McIntyre Saturday, February 20th

February 21, 2016:  Josh Mankiewicz of NBC's Dateline on 40 years of reporting on crime and politics. Mankiewicz spoke at the Dole Institute of Politics as this year's Politics and Journalism lecture.

Kaye McIntyre Saturday, February 13th

February 14, 2016: Shakespeare's First Folio is on display at Kansas State this month, part of a nationwide tour to mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death. We'll visit the Folio at KSU's Beach Museum, discover the connection between Shakespeare and President Abraham Lincoln, and much more.

Kaye McIntyre Saturday, February 6th

February 7, 2016: Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins gives the annual Dole Lecture at the University of Kansas Dole Institute of Politics.

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