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Kaye McIntyre Sunday, March 16th

Domestic spying, American troops fighting abroad in what turns out to be a civil war, labor strife, bombings and terrorism... it was all part of the year 1919. In this week's KPR Presents, Kansas City native Ann Hagedorn takes an extensive look at one year in the life of America in her her latest book, Savage Peace. Engineer(s): Chubby Smith

Kaye McIntyre Thursday, March 6th

Robin Dunn and Elaine VanDeventer talk about Robin's life as a farmer for the StoryCorps project.

Kaye McIntyre Thursday, March 6th

Robin Dunn and Elaine VanDeventer talk about Robin's life as a farmer for the StoryCorps project. The artist(s): Robin Dunn is the owner of Dunn's Landing in Wellsville. Elaine VanDeventer is a close friend and neighbor.

Kaye McIntyre Thursday, March 6th

Robin Dunn and Elaine VanDeventer talk about Robin's life as a farmer for the StoryCorps project.

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, March 2nd

KU alumnus, former KANU news director, and NBC correspondent Bob Dotson talks about the changing world of journalism. Dotson is best known for his award-winning special reports, "American Story with Bob Dotson," which air on the Today Show and NBC Nightly News. He was the featured speaker at KU's Kansas Editors' Day on September 22, 2007. Engineer(s): Kaye McIntyre

Kaye McIntyre Thursday, February 28th

Full interview: Bob Miller talks about his involvement in the Civil Rights Movement.

Kaye McIntyre Thursday, February 28th

The first installment in the KPR StoryCorps series. Bob Miller talks about his involvement in the Civil Rights Movement. This version was broadcast on KPR.

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, February 24th

In celebration of Black History Month, KPR Presents the Fisk Jubilee Singers, an a capella group that has shared the music of the African-American spiritual with people around the world. The Fisk Jubilee Singers, under the direction of Paul Kwami, performed in connection with the Aaron Douglas Conference sponsored by the Spencer Museum of Art at the University of Kansas.Engineer(s): Chubby Smith & Rob Fitzgerald

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, February 24th

In celebration of Black History Month, KPR Presents the Fisk Jubilee Singers, an a capella group that has shared the music of the African-American spiritual with people around the world. The Fisk Jubilee Singers, under the direction of Paul Kwami, performed in connection with the Aaron Douglas Conference sponsored by the Spencer Museum of Art at the University of Kansas.Engineer(s): Chubby Smith & Rob Fitzgerald

Kaye McIntyre Sunday, February 17th

In celebration of Black History Month, KPR Presents looks at a man whose role in the civil rights movement is often overlooked: President Dwight Eisenhower. Presidential historian David Nichols looks at Eisenhower's role in desegregating Washington D.C. and the military. His book, "A Matter of Justice: Eisenhower and the Civil Rights Revolution," also details Eisenhower's decision to send federal troops to Little Rock, Arkansas to assist with the desegregation of Central High School in 1957.Engineer(s): Kaye McIntyre

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