Ken Burns Presents "Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies

Posted by Dawn Bayman

As we look towards watching “Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies,” we thought it would be helpful to share KSPS’ own cancer episodes of “Health Matters.”

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Downton Abbey Season 6 will be the Last

Posted by Dawn Bayman

With the announcement that “Downton Abbey,” premiering January 2016 on MASTERPIECE, will be its sixth and final season, I’m writing to thank you for your enthusiasm and support of the series. And as a fan of Downton, I’m also a bit melancholy about the news. All of us at KSPS share your appreciation of this drama – one of the most popular in the history of PBS and MASTERPIECE, and one of t...

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Coeur d’Alene Casino Welcomes You Home

Posted by Doug Minor

KSPS chases the darkness of winter away by shining the spotlight on Corporate Partner, Coeur d'Alene Casino – supporter of our Masterpiece suite of programming.

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Use Your Fred Meyer Rewards Card and Support KSPS

Posted by Dawn Bayman

Every time you shop Fred Meyers and use your Rewards Card.

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Shop at Amazon and Support KSPS

Posted by Dawn Bayman

Next time you shop at Amazon, you could also be supporting KSPS. Simply go to AmazonSmile to pick KSPS as your designated charitable organization.

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Down-Ton Of Stuff Giveaway

Posted by Dawn Bayman

Congratulations to our winners: Lynda Curtis and @pinaytwitta_yeg. Thanks to everyone who entered! Look for another Downton Abbey prize contest in 2016.

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KSPS It’s My Station Adam Hegsted

Posted by Dawn Bayman

Chef, restaurant owner and KSPS public TV supporter Adam Hegsted describes how KSPS programming reflects his philosophy of seeking authenticity in all things.

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KSPS It’s My Station Jaye Hopkins

Posted by Dawn Bayman

Science instructor, department chair and KSPS public TV supporter Jaye Hopkins describes how KSPS helps her instill passion for science in her students.

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The Big Burn

Posted by Cary Balzer

In the summer of 1910, hundreds of wildfires raged across the West. By the time it was over, more than three million acres were scorched and at least 78 firefighters were dead. The largest fire in American history had profound consequences. It reinforced for Americans the value of land protected for the common good and assured the future of the Forestry Service.

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Moyers & Company

Posted by Cary Balzer

Yes, Mr. Moyers has concluded his weekly series on public television. Friday, January 2, 2015 was the last broadcast.

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The Quilting Bee, Inc. – Stitching Together Lasting Friendships

Posted by Doug Minor

With the start of a new year, KSPS shines the spotlight on Corporate Partner, The Quilting Bee, Inc. – supporter of sewing and quilting programs appearing on KSPS.

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Antiques Roadshow Visits Spokane

Posted by Dawn Bayman

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW, PBS’s most-watched ongoing series and a production of WGBH Boston, is coming to Spokane on June 6, 2015, as part of a six-city summer tour. ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and KSPS will host an all-day appraisal event. 

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Giving Tuesday is Here!

Posted by Dawn Bayman

Now that we have survived Black Friday and Cyber Monday, #GivingTuesday is a chance to step back and remember the important nonprofit organizations that make our community better. I have a few on my list, and I hope that KSPS is on yours. Your #GivingTuesday donation today means more great programs every day, for everyone to enjoy. Go to KSPS.org, Facebook and Twitter today and celebrate giving i

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Giving Tuesday

Posted by Dawn Bayman

Black Friday. Cyber Monday. Now, #GivngTuesday. KSPS has joined the international #GivingTuesday movement. Check out KSPS.org, Facebook and Twitter on December 2 and celebrate giving in the USA and Canada. The idea is to inspire personal philanthropy and encourage bigger, better and smarter charitable giving during the holiday season.

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In The Form of A Question...

Posted by Dawn Bayman

Growing up, there were two appointment viewing times in our house – local/network newscasts…and Jeopardy. My favorite category was potpourri…the catchall for all of the questions that were never picked in the game. So…this blog is the potpourri of KSPS events, programs and happenings...please feel free to hum the Final Jeopardy music as you read-along –

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