Sunflower Journeys Ends 25th Season with Focus on Politics

Posted on Friday, November 30th, 2012 in KTWU Productions.
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The 25th season of KTWU’s SUNFLOWER JOURNEYS comes to a close in this election year with a program on politics and government. The last new show of the current series airs on Thursday, December 6 at 7 p.m. on KTWU-HD, Digital Channel 11.1.

On this last episode of the season, SUNFLOWER JOURNEYS pays a visit to Concordia with a chance to check out the special room dedicated to honoring the career of Sen. Frank Carlson. The program then takes a look at contemporary political discourse in the 2012 election cycle. On the “Plains People” segment, SUNFLOWER JOURNEYS follows  Bernadette Forge (pictured), a member of the Topeka League of Women Voters, as she worked to get voters registered for last fall’s election.

Entire episodes of KTWU’s SUNFLOWER JOURNEYS are available for viewing online and to share with friends on Facebook and Twitter at ktwu.org. Viewers can also join the conversation about KTWU SUNFLOWER JOURNEYS on Facebook.

The 25th season of KTWU-TV’s SUNFLOWER JOURNEYS is underwritten by the Kansas Humanities Council, BriggsAuto.com, Footprints of Lawrence, Kansas Department of Wildlife and Tourism, Hallmark, Blanche Bryden Foundation, Raymond C. and Marguerite Gibson Foundation, Porter Cattle Co and the Friends of KTWU.