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Kaye McIntyre Saturday, September 12th

September 13, 2015: Dozens of Kansas authors gathered in Topeka this weekend for the Kansas Book Festival.  On this week's KPR Presents, we feature many of the best new books about Kansas or by Kansans.

Photo courtesy of Kelsey Kimberlin/KU Marketing Communications
Kaye McIntyre Friday, September 4th

September 6, 2015: Is America ready for a female president? Kathleen Sebelius, former Kansas Governor and former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services, talks about women in politics and her own political career. 

Kaye McIntyre Monday, August 24th

August 30, 2015: As lawmakers return to D.C. to take up the Iran nuclear deal, former Kansas Congressman Jim Slattery talks about his involvement in recent U.S.-Iran negotiations and the prospect for improved relations.

The first building on the university's campus, known as North College, 1867. (Photo Courtesy of Spencer Research Library)
Kaye McIntyre Monday, August 17th

August 23, 2015: KU celebrates its 150th anniversary this year. Join us for this special Jayhawk edition of KPR Presents.

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Kaye McIntyre Tuesday, August 11th

August 16, 2015: lessons in leadership from the gridiron. Kansas City Chiefs President Mark Donovan talks about leadership, character, and humility on and off the football field.

Kaye McIntyre Tuesday, August 4th

August 9, 2015: With President Obama's announcement of the new Clean Power Plan, climate change is once again in the news. On this week's KPR Presents, we look at how climate change may affect Kansas. We also bid a fond farewell to former University of Kansas chancellor Robert Hemenway.

Image courtesy of ADA Legacy
Kaye McIntyre Tuesday, July 28th

August 2, 2015: this year marks the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Join us as we hear about the past and future of the ADA, and tour a new exhibit at the Dole Institute of Politics.

Image courtesy of Martin and Osa Johnson Safari Museum
Kaye McIntyre Wednesday, July 22nd

July 26, 2015: This year marks the 75th anniversary of I Married Adventure, the autobiographical movie and best-selling book that tell the true story of explorers Osa and Martin Johnson. Join us for a look at these Kansas natives, a visit to their museum in Chanute, and a "conversation" with Osa. 

(Image Courtesy of NASA)
Kaye McIntyre Tuesday, July 14th

July 19, 2015: We got a rare look at the dwarf planet of Pluto got a rare look this week during a historic flyby by NASA's New Horizons spacecraft. We explore the Kansas connection to Pluto on this week's show, Burdett native Clyde Tombaugh, who discovered Pluto in 1930.

Kaye McIntyre Monday, July 6th

July 12, 2015: Have we lost the battle against climate change? Why do we rationalize doing nothing in the face of scientific evidence about climate change?   Dr. Dale Jamieson talks about the morality of inaction, from his recent talk at Washburn University.


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