Catch our latest episodes online!

SJ #2701 “Sampling Kansas” Premiered September 25, 2014 WATCH HERE

SJ #2702 “Better Babies & Faded Bison” Premiered October 2, 2014 WATCH HERE

SJ #2703 “Outdoor Life” Premiered October 9, 2014 WATCH HERE

SJ #2704 “Flint Hills Structures” Premiered October 16, 2014 WATCH HERE

SJ #2705 “Railroading Heritage” Premiered October 23, 2014 WATCH HERE

SJ #2706 “Animal Companions” Premiered October 30, 2014 WATCH HERE

 

Dave Kendall visits TruckHenge, a tourist attraction in Topeka, KS.

Dave Kendall visits TruckHenge, a tourist attraction in Topeka, KS.

 

The 27th season of Sunflower Journeys is rolling out this fall!

Kansas’ longest running local history program, KTWU’s Sunflower Journeys, travels the highways to bring Kansas stories home to viewers. And now, there are various ways you can see KTWU programming. Sunflower Journeys airs three times a week on KTWU. Thursday at 7 PM, Friday at 2:30pm, Saturday at 5:30PM and the following Wednesday on KTWU’s Enhance channel at 7:30pm. Sunflower Journeys also airs on KCPT in Kansas City, KPTS in Wichita, and Smoky Hills Public Television in the western part of the state. Check local listings for airtimes on those stations.

If you want to explore “on demand” options, you can visit watch.ktwu.org to see our media portal. Each show is available on the premiere air date and can be purchased from our online store, or you can check out more options for online streaming video of Sunflower Journeys. Please feel free to share the videos on social media. To view any one of these segments, visit this Link.

There you can select local KTWU programming, or many offerings from PBS, but that’s not all. You can download the PBS app on your iPhone and choose from the same offerings. Perhaps you would like to view Sunflower Journeys, I’ve Got Issues, or other KTWU programs on your living room television? You can use a Roku box, Apple TV or XBox to stream programming through the internet, whenever you choose. These programs are completely free to you, our viewer.

When you sign up to use the Roku service, you will need to provide an email address and to identify your local station. PBS Kids programs are also available via Roku. If you find this service is a convenient way to enjoy our programming, you might consider a donation to KTWU