Some of the artists featured on this week’s Stronger Than Dirt include the Creation, Giorgio Moroder, Osmonds, Crime, P-Model, Fleshtones, Superchunk, Black Lips, Ends (Austin), new music by Alien Nosejob (Australia), Melenas (Spain), and UK Gold (Olympia WA), as well as the week’s Dusty Diamond, and much, much more. (promo art from Crime’s 1976 “Hot […]
Roky Erickson was born July 15th, 1947 in Dallas and Texas music has never been the same since. Join Vallogallo on Love on the Dole this Sunday at 4:30pm for a celebration of Roky’s birthday and the legacy he left behind. She’ll be playing songs spanning the breadth of his career, from his first single […]
KOOP’s series Boots On The Air continues Monday, July 13 at 1:30pm CDT / GMT -6. Join US Army vets Michael A. Brown and Perry Jefferies, plus KOOP’s Greg Ciotti and Bob Dailey for veterans’ news and good conversation about the news. Tune to 91.7 FM in Austin, worldwide at www.KOOP.org.
This week on Civil Rights & Wrongs (Tuesdays at 6 PM): Our guest is Stephen Vladeck, the A. Dalton Cross Professor at the University of Texas School of Law. He is a nationally recognized expert on the federal courts, constitutional law, national security law, and military justice. Steve has argued cases before the U.S. Supreme […]
Our guests will be Cinde Weatherby, Voting and Election Law Issues Chair for the League of Women Voters Texas and Anthony Gutierrez, Executive Director of Common Cause Texas. Among the topics of discussion will be the vote by mail (VBM) petitions and lawsuits that have been circulating through the Texas and Federal court systems since […]
Our guest will be Michael Barajas, staff writer for the Texas Observer. Michael covers civil rights issues in general, but lately has been focusing on Texas prisons. We will discuss Texas prisons during the time of COVID-19. We’ll also hear about visitation policies and how some family members lose their visitation rights arbitrarily, and in many […]
This Friday’s People United features sociologist and former journalist Natalie Byfield on her book Savage Portrayals: Race, Media and the Central Park Jogger Story. Friday June 19th at 1pm Central
During this week’s Lights Camera Austin, host Robert Sims talks with Texas native and Austin Film Society grant recipient Channing Godfrey Peoples about her Juneteenth-themed mother-daughter drama MISS JUNETEENTH (available digitally June 19th) while KNIVES OUT costar Noah Segan discusses making his directorial debut with his segment M.I.S.T.E.R. for the Austin-produced horror-comedy anthology SCARE PACKAGE (available June […]
This week’s edition of Off Stage and On The Air is a panel discussion of Black Theatre Artists talking about Blackness in Austin Theatre…. The show is moderated by Indiia Wilmot (Actor) and the panel includes Michelle Alexander (Actor/Playwright), Florinda Bryant (Actor/Playwright/Producer) Matrex Kilgore (Director/Actor/Producer), Marcus McQuirter, (Department Chair, ACC school of Drama), Marc Pouhé […]
Saturday at 2 pm, The Darkside Daddy will be spinning sides from those Hitmakers from Hawthorne CA, The Beach Boys. There will be a (nearly) solid hour of Originals, Covers and Solo Project Cuts about romance, riding big waves, crusin’ the highways and generally havin’ fun, fun, fun in the warmth of the California sun.