Freedom's Frontier Sites | My Fellow Kansans | Classical Music Returns
How a national heritage group is preserving historical sites in Kansas and Missouri, a preview of the third season of a Kansas News Service podcast, and the return of a dedicated classical music station to Kansas City's radio dial.
Segment 1, beginning at 4:33: How a national heritage group is preserving important historical sites in Kansas and Missouri.
The state line between Kansas and Missouri has often been an arena for fights about the meaning of freedom. We learn about the local nonprofit that is keeping the story alive by preserving the sites where conflict played out.
- Jim Ogle, executive director of Freedom's Frontier National Heritage Area
Segment 2, beginning at 31:46: A preview of the third season of the My Fellow Kansans podcast.
- Jim McLean, reporter and editor at the Kansas News Service
- Erica Hunzinger, news editor at the Kansas News Service
Segment 3, beginning at 47:19: Classical music returns to Kansas City's airwaves.
Kansas City has not had a classical music station since KXTR went off the air more than eight years ago. Today, KCUR has officially launched 91.9 Classical KC.
- Stephen Steigman, chief of broadcast operations at KCUR