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Playlist 12-20-18 Country Swing & Rockabilly Jamboree

<p>Playlist 12-20-18 Country Swing & Rockabilly Jamboree-Host Rod Moag Thursdays 9-11am<p>

<p>Annual Christmas Special<p>

<p>Ted Branson playlist-engineer assist<p>

<p>Cowboy Corner<p>
 

Playlist 12-18-18 Under the X in Texas

<p>Playlist 12-18-18 Under the X in Texas-Host Ted Branson Tuesday's 9-11am KOOP 91.7FM koop.org<p>

<p>Soundtrack music from the Les Blank Film Chulas Fronteras that was screened Sunday at The Austin Film Society with a live performance by Flaco Jimenez & Rabbit Sanchez<p>

Playlist 12-18-18 A Blues Groove

<p>Playlist 12-18-18 A Blues Groove-Host Ted Branson Tuesday's 8-9am internet only koop.org<p>

<p>Blues B-Day's: Peetie Wheatstraw, Black Ace, Pee Wee Crayton, Professor Longhair, Eddie Vinson, Gary Allegretto<p>

<p>Remembering Big Joe Williams RIP 12-17-1982<p>
 

Playlist for December 15, 2018

(background instro tunes in italics)
 
Dum Dum Girls - Yours Alone - I Will - Hozac
Dum Dum Dum - Dum Dum Dum - v/a - Messthetics Greatest Hits - Hyped2Death
Eddie Warner - K.O. - v/a - Space Oddities-Studio Ganaro 1972-1982 - Born Bad
Vasselli - Paura Del Sole - 7" - Disci In

People United - December 28, 2018

People United presents the second in its two-part coverage of the panel "Borders, Migration, and Crisis: A Critical Conversation," moderated by Ajay Singh Chaudhary, the executive director of the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research, and also featuring Eduardo Canales, the executive director of the South Texas Human Rights CenterAna Vidina Hernández, a 2018 recipient of a double-master's in Latin American studies and social work at the University of Texas at Austin; and two UT-Austin faculty members, Sarah Lopez from the School of Architecture and Nestor Rodriguez from the Department of Sociology.  (This episode has the panelists taking questions from those in attendance.  The previous week's episode is devoted to the panelists' prepared remarks.)

Listen to an archive of this program here.

People United - December 21, 2018

People United presents the first in its two-part coverage of the panel "Borders, Migration, and Crisis: A Critical Conversation," moderated by Ajay Singh Chaudhary, the executive director of the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research, and also featuring Eduardo Canales, the executive director of the South Texas Human Rights CenterAna Vidina Hernández, a 2018 recipient of a double-master's in Latin American studies and social work at the University of Texas at Austin; and two UT-Austin faculty members, Sarah Lopez from the School of Architecture and Nestor Rodriguez from the Department of Sociology.  (This episode is devoted to the panelists' prepared remarks.  The following week's episode has them taking questions from those in attendance.)

Listen to an archive of this program here.

People United - December 14, 2018

People United features journalist Sarah Kendzior on the threat of autocracy in democratic societies, with a focus on the situation in the United States.

Listen to an archive of this program here.

Playlist 12-13-18 Country Swing & Rockabilly Jamboree

<p>Playlist 12-13-18 Country Swing & Rockabilly Jamboree-Host Rod Moag Thursdays 9-11am KOOP 91.7FM<p>

<p>Births and passings: Ray Price, Red River Dave,  A.P. Carter, Tom Brumley, Willie Mae Thornton, Brenda Lee, Jimmy Dickens, Spade Cooley, Charlie Rich<p>

<p>Cowboy Corner<p>

Playlist 12-11-18 Under the X in Texas w/ Joel Hofmann & Shelley King

<p>Playlist 12-11-18 Under the X in Texas-Host Ted Branson Tuesday's 9-11am KOOP 91.7FM<p>

<p>In studio guests Joel Hofmann from Riley's Tavern with his new cd Joel Hofmann & Friends Live at Riley's and State Musician of Texas 2008 singer songwriter Shelley King <p>

Playlist 12-11-18 A Blues Groove

<p>Playlist 12-11-18 A Blues Groove-Host Ted Branson Tuesday's 8-9am internet only koop.org<p>

<p>Birthday Honorees: Eddie Jones (Guitar Slim), Lonesome Sundown, James Booker, Keith Richards, Andrew Odom, Paul Butterfield, Big Mama Thornton<p>

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