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Kaye McIntyre Sunday, April 5th

Kansas Public Radio celebrates National Poetry Month with "Life Distilled: Four Decades of U.S. Poet Laureates." Join us at 8:00 Sunday evening as KPR Presents features the words of Poet Laureates Ted Kooser, Mark Strand, and Topeka-born Gwendolyn Brooks.

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, April 5th

Kansas Public Radio celebrates National Poetry Month with "Life Distilled: Four Decades of U.S. Poet Laureates." Join us at 8:00 Sunday evening as KPR Presents features the words of Poet Laureates Ted Kooser, Mark Strand, and Topeka-born Gwendolyn Brooks.

Kaye McIntyre Friday, March 27th

Orfee et Eurydice French Tenor Version

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, March 22nd

Forbes Magazine called her one of the most powerful women in the world. This week on KPR Presents, Cynthia Carroll, C-E-O of international mining corporation Anglo-American, and alumnus of the University of Kansas. Carroll returned to KU earlier this year to talk about the responsibility of corporations to developing countries. Hear her comments on this week's KPR Presents, 8:00 Sunday night on Kansas Public Radio.Engineer(s): KU Media Services

Kaye McIntyre Friday, March 6th

Excerpts from Puccini's La RondineEngineer(s): Chubias Smith

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, March 1st

KPR Presents an interfaith dialogue with the authors of The Faith Club. Ranya Idliby, Suzanne Oliver, and Priscilla Warner came together to write an interfaith children's book after the September 11th terrorist attacks, but came away with something completely different: a book that chronicles their own explorations of eachother's religions and prejudices. Join KPR Presents for The Faith Club, 8:00 Sunday evening. Engineer(s): Kaye McIntyre

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, February 1st

In celebration of Black History Month, KPR Presents: Every Voice and Sing! This musical special, hosted by NPR's Michele Norris, looks at the fascinating and little-known history of the choral music and choirs preserved primarily by historically Black colleges and universities.

Kaye McIntyre Friday, January 23rd

Operatic Arias by the Remarkable German Basso Rene PapeEngineer(s): Chubias Smith

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, January 18th

The Kansas Legislature started its 2009 session this week, with many difficult issues and choices for lawmakers to tackle. Join KPR Presents as we rebroadcast Governor Kathleen Sebelius' State of the State address, and hear reactions from key lawmakers, as well as their own thoughts on the political year ahead. Featured guests include Senate Majority Leader Derek Schmidt, Senate Minority Leader Anthony Hensley, Senate President Steven Morris, the new Speaker of the House Mike O'Neal, new House Minority Leader Paul Davis, as well as analysis from University of Kansas political science...

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, January 18th

The Kansas Legislature started its 2009 session this week, with many difficult issues and choices for lawmakers to tackle. Join KPR Presents as we rebroadcast Governor Kathleen Sebelius' State of the State address, and hear reactions from key lawmakers, as well as their own thoughts on the political year ahead. Featured guests include Senate Majority Leader Derek Schmidt, Senate Minority Leader Anthony Hensley, Senate President Steven Morris, the new Speaker of the House Mike O'Neal, new House Minority Leader Paul Davis, as well as analysis from University of Kansas political science...

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