Next Question (Ep 9): GOP & Dems Fight For Control, Roger Corman, Fundraising, Uncut Gems & Richard Jewel

This week, Andrew Schneider takes us to the battle in the State House, HPM’s Courtney Lamm talks of the gift of giving, we learn how the Pope of Pop Cinema made a classic in just two days, and the music of Cavetown.

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Beyond the Story:

Texas House of Representatives.

GOP, Dems Kick Off Massive Fundraising Efforts For Control Of Texas House

Listen above, and read Andrew Schneider‘s full report HERE


On The Beat:

Courtney Lamm, HPM’s Chief Development Officer

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And you can watch Houston Public Media’s impact stories HERE
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From The Vaults:

Ernie Manouse’s complete conversation with film maker Roger Corman.


CHASE'n The Movies:

Film CriticDustin Chase discuss two new films – Uncut Gems and Richard Jewel.

Complete list of 77th Golden Globe Nominees
Complete list of 2019 SAG Award Nominees

You can also read Dustin's full reviews by clickingHERE


Skyline Sessions:
Skyline SessionsproducerTroy Schulz brings us the song “Things That Make It Warm” by Cavetown


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Ernie Manouse

Ernie Manouse

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Ernie Manouse, a native of Binghamton, NY and a graduate of Loyola University Chicago, launched his broadcasting career with NBC News before working at Chicago radio station WLS-AM. In 1996, Ernie joined HoustonPBS (now Houston Public Media), and as an anchor and producer, he has garnered eleven Emmy Awards, five...

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