Documentary / Special Broadcasts Archive

KCPW Presents: “Crushed”

Cheating has a ripple effect. And in baseball’s steroid era, the lies and rule breaking extended far beyond the stars that sparked

Intelligence Squared U.S Debate: Should America Forgive Student Debt?

In the year since the pandemic forced us to cancel, the federal student loan debt has grown $100 billion. The stakes have risen for student borrowers,

Intelligence Squared U.S Debate: Is It Time for Slavery Reparations?

Between 1525 and 1866, more than 12 million Africans were shipped to the New World as slaves. After some 200 years, slavery

KCPW Presents: “Through The Cracks”

In 2014, a second grader named Relisha Rudd disappeared from a homeless shelter in Washington, D.C. where she had been living with

KCPW Presents: “I Spy: Real Life Spy Stories”

Espionage was once a mostly male pursuit but these days the top three officials at the CIA are women. On this program,

The Reckoning: Facing the Legacy of Slavery in America (Episode Four: Facing the Past)

During 2020, Louisville, Kentucky emerged as what the Washington Post called “the epicenter of the national movement for racial justice.” The killing

The Reckoning: Facing the Legacy of Slavery in America (episode three: Aftermath)

Over the past several months, Louisville, Kentucky has emerged as what the Washington Post called “the epicenter of the national movement for

The Reckoning: Facing the Legacy of Slavery in America (episode two: Recovering History)

Over the past several months, Louisville has emerged as what the Washington Post called “the epicenter of the national movement for racial

The Reckoning: Facing the Legacy of Slavery in America (episode 1 – Invisible History)

Over the past several months, Louisville, Kentucky has emerged as what the Washington Post called “the epicenter of the national movement for

Front Lines of COVID-19: How little is known about this ‘diabolical’ new virus

A medical crisis response team from Utah’s Intermountain Healthcare is in New York City helping in hospitals stretched to their limits because