Documentary / Special Broadcasts Archive

KCPW Presents: “Humankind – The Freed People” (2/9/18)

Written and produced by David Freudberg, this one-hour documentary examines a time when the United States faced an unprecedented refugee crisis: 4

KCPW Presents: “BBC Special – The End Zone” (2/2/18)

In the run-up to the 2018 Super Bowl, Only a Game’s Bill Littlefield looks at football’s future prospects. Concussion is tarnishing the

KCPW Presents: “Climate One – Does Greening the Economy Leave Some People Behind?” (5/19/17)

Cities are leading the way in the greening of America’s economy. From urban parks and farms to microgrids and living buildings, dynamic

KCPW Presents: “The Pulse – Mothering” (5/12/17)

Giving birth. Giving support and feeling a fierce love. Being there. Being exhausted. It’s all part of being a mom. To mark

KCPW Presents: “America Abroad – After Paris: Global Approaches to Climate Change”

America Abroad is an award-winning documentary radio program distributed by Public Radio International (PRI) and broadcast on public radio stations nationwide. Each

KCPW Presents: “The Response – America’s Story (ep.4)” (4/28/17)

Americans from across the country share their stories of the first 100 days of the Donald Trump presidency – all recorded and

KCPW Presents: “America Abroad – Trump’s Approach to the Middle East” (4/21/17)

As the Trump administration begins ironing out its strategy in the Middle East, America Abroad examines what may lie ahead in regards

NHMU Lecture: “Andrew Zimmern, Food: A Global Perspective on the State of our Food Life”

TV personality, chef, food writer, teacher, and three-time James Beard Award-winner Andrew Zimmern is widely regarded as one of the most versatile

KCPW Presents: “Re:sound — The Uninvited Guests Show”

Hosted by award-winning producer and writer Gwen Macsai, Re:sound presents unforgettable audio stories curated from all over the world. Airing weekly on

NHMU Lecture: “Diana Cox-Foster, Bees, Essential Keystones Supporting Our Food: Are They in Danger?”

Pollinated crops feed millions of people by providing the world its fruit, vegetables, seeds, nuts, and oils. But pollinators, such as bees,