pbs Ken Burns Goes Country By Craig Kopp • Aug 23, 2019 PBS Listen Listening... / 3:37 Documentary filmmaker Ken Burns talks with Aspen Public Radio Managing Editor Craig Kopp about his latest film "Country Music." For over 40 years, documentarian Ken Burns has examined the Civil War, the Vietnam War and the history of jazz in painstakingly-researched films. Harriet Levin Millan shares stories from Sudan with Explore Booksellers By Claire Woodcock • Jun 6, 2017 Harriet Levin Millan’s first book, How Fast Can You Run is based on the true story of a South Sudanese refugee. She spoke this week at Explore Booksellers. CEO of PBS on changing media landscape By Patrick Fort • Jul 1, 2016 Patrick Fort / Aspen Public Radio Paula Kerger, president and CEO of PBS, visited the Aspen Ideas Festival last week. PBS is currently trying to advance digital initiatives like NPR is, with a focus on its online presence, as well as implementing more streaming options.