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Wednesday’s Houston Matters: Lake Jackson On Alert Over Water Supply, And 50 Years Of PBS (Sept. 30, 2020)

On Wednesday’s show: The latest on concerns over the drinking water in Lake Jackson, our weekly political roundup, PBS celebrates 50 years, and a conversation with Grammy-nominated composer Anna Clyne.


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On Wednesday’s Houston Matters: An update on concerns over the water supply in Lake Jackson after the death of a young boy was traced to a brain-eating amoeba in the drinking water.

Also this hour: Our political roundup includes a recap of the first presidential debate of the general election.

Then, PBS turns 50 next week. Its President and CEO Paula Kerger joins us to discuss public television's legacy and future.

And the Houston Symphony is performing a piece by composer Anna Clyne this weekend. She spoke to Josua Zinn about memorializing a loved one through music and how the arts are changing during the pandemic.

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