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Next Question (Ep 7): Holiday Political Update, Sheryl Lee Ralph, The Irishman, and Mattiel

Ernie Manouse talks World AIDS Day, better communication, films we are thankful for, and the hosts of Party Politics – Brandon Rottinghaus & Jeronimo Cortina


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You can listen to this week's episode of NEXT QUESTION with Ernie Manouse in the audio above.

Below, you can find audio, video and photos of the various stories discussed on the show.

Beyond the Story:

You can listen to guests Brandon Rottinghaus and Jeronimo Cortina‘s political podcast Party Politics by clicking HERE


On The Beat:

You can listen to guest Temple Northup‘s podcast Press Play by clicking HERE


From The Vaults:

Above, enjoy Ernie’s full 2011 conversation with performer and AIDS Activist Sheryl Lee Ralph


CHASE'n The Movies:

Ernie and Film Critic Dustin Chase discuss the new Martin Scorsese Netflix picture The Irishman.

You can also read Dustin’s full reviews by clicking HERE


Skyline Sessions:
Skyline Sessions producer Troy Schulz brings us the song “Keep The Change” by Mattiel

And that ends another episode of Next Question with Ernie Manouse

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Ernie Manouse

Ernie Manouse

Executive Producer & Host, Town Square

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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