Fridays @ 8 p.m. (8.1 Cox 8)
Host Sierra Scott and a team of journalists bring you stories about people and events that help shape and define life in Kansas. From the countryside and small towns to the big cities, this program features all that makes Kansas a unique and interesting place.
Each episode includes a segment called Wild Edge by Mike Blair highlighting the Kansas outdoors, brought to you by the F. Price Cossman Memorial Trust Intrust Bank Trustee.
By becoming a member of PBS KANSAS Channel 8 at the $40 level, you’ll receive a copy of a Positively Kansas episode of your choice on DVD. Each additional DVD is $25. Contact Sharrilyn Smith at 316-838-3090 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Following Saturday @ 6:30 p.m. (8.2 Cox 671)
Following Sunday @ 4:30 p.m. (8.1 Cox 8)
Positively Kansas Episode 1201
The oldest municipal band west of the Mississippi performs its last concert of the summer.
Positively Kansas Episode 1101
See how a Kansas man is preserving old farm buildings by repurposing them.
Positively Kansas 1001
Comparing the Andover 1991 and 2022 tornadoes; artist finds beauty in Kansas landscapes.
Positively Kansas 901
History up for auction, hay bale art, and a Wichitan becomes a European sports star.
Positively Kansas Episode 801
It’s an important anniversary and a chance to recognize some of the youngest heroes of World War II. It’s a story of youthful courage and breaking the rules at a time when the fate of the world was hanging in the balance.
Also, Kansans enjoy watching and playing all sorts of sports… but here’s one that has a long tradition that has long tradition in our state, and you probably didn’t realize it.
Positively Kansas 701
The most famous Kansas basketball team you've never heard of, and exercise with alcohol.
Positively Kansas 601
Making dough on the food scene, catching up with Johnny Western, and vintage baseball.
Positively Kansas 501
A rare 100 year old car in Kansas, and a new chapter in storm chasing begins in Wichita.
Positively Kansas 401
A woman's discovery about her own race, and meet the only coffee farmer in Kansas.
Positively Kansas 301
An effort to teach english to immigrants. Also paying for college by playing video games.
Positively Kansas 201
Meet the oldest bowler in Kansas and a Harvey county woman who is still burning rubber.
Positively Kansas 101
Learn about the people, places and things that make Kansas a unique and special place.