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KPR airs commentaries, essays and sometimes book and movie reviews from a bevy of regular contributors. Some of our regular contributors include Rex Buchanan, director emeritus at the Kansas Geological Survey at the University of Kansas, energy consultant Scott Carlberg and Bobbie Athon, with the Kansas Historical Society. Other KPR commentators have included William Jennings Bryan Oleander (aka Tom Averill), former Emporia State University professor John "Richard" Schrock and Kansas writer Cheryl Unruh.
  • This is the male version of the lesser prairie chicken.
    National Audubon Society
    National Audubon Society
    People from all across the country are coming to Kansas to see a bird. The lesser prairie chicken used to roam the Great Plains by the millions, but now... the population has dwindled to around 25,000. Commentator Rex Buchanan recently took some out-of-state folks to see the rare bird in its native habitat.
  • Ever been to a museum in a foreign country and discovered an item on display from your own neck of the woods? Depending on the object and the exhibit, it can be hard to know how to feel about seeing that item. Commentator Rex Buchanan talks about a trip to a museum in Great Britain where he discovered an object on display from his own home state.