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April 20, 2016

The Ticket: Breaking Down the New York Primary

By: Ben Philpott


December 20, 2023

KUT Morning Newscast for December 20, 2023

Central Texas top stories for December 20, 2023. Travis County Democrats and Republicans agree on rules for the March 2024 primary election. Texas Civil Rights groups sue over the state’s new immigration law. And the Austin Independent School District is trying to help students to have reliable internet at home.


December 18, 2023

J Halp: “Alone Again”

All kinds of projects experience peaks and valleys when it comes to periods of prominence. But for one percussionist in particular, the passion for putting his sticks in the mix has never gotten tied down by any one group’s momentum. And no, we’re actually not talking about John Speice IV. Instead we’re taking this Monday […]


December 17, 2023

Dr. Brian H. Williams, MD. (Ep. 3, 2024)

In this episode of In Black America, producer and host John L. Hanson, Jr. speaks with Dr. Brian H. Williams, MD., a trauma surgeon, Air Force Academy alumnus, former congressional health policy advisor, and author The Bodies Keep Coming: Dispatches From a Black Trauma Surgeon on Racism, Violence, and How We Heal.


November 8, 2023

KUT Morning Newscast for November 8, 2023

Central Texas top stories for November 8, 2023. Election results. Travis County parks and infrastructure. Teacher pay raises in Round Rock. Retired teachers get a pay raise. Power plants. Water fund.


October 30, 2023

Austin Author on “One of Our Greatest American Writers” James Baldwin and His Foray into Screenwriting

A celebrated American author and activist — who also ventured into the world of screenwriting — is the subject of a new book by an Austin author. Baylor University English professor Greg Garrett’s latest work is The Gospel According to James Baldwin: What America’s Great Prophet Can Teach Us About Life, Love and Identity. Before […]


October 23, 2023

Grace Sorensen: “Can’t Kiss & Forget” (ACL Fest Pop-Up)

In the three short years since she hit streaming, it’s become abundantly clear that Grace Sorensen is a force to be reckoned with, plain and simple. This Austin-based singer-songwriter spent the two years of the pandemic wowing us impassioned R&B originals. By the time it felt safe to slay live shows again early last year, […]