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Thursday’s Show: Democrats Take On The DA, And Where Senate Candidates Stand On Health Care (Feb. 20, 2020)

Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: Kim Ogg faces criticism from her own party, why some Houstonians are afraid to participate in the census, where the candidates for U.S. Senate stand on health care, what makes a good workplace, and Beethoven’s 250th birthday.

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Thursday’s Show: Refineries Releasing Benzene, And The Dangers Of Developing On The Coast (Feb. 6, 2020)

Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: Texas refineries releasing excessive amounts of benzene, an irreverent take on the most serious issues of our time, the dangers of developing along America’s coasts, and why the Houston Symphony is devoting two weekends’ worth of concerts to one composer.

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Wednesday’s Show: Mayoral Candidate Interviews, And Jay Leno (Dec. 4, 2019)

Posted on · On Wednesday's Houston Matters: We hear highlights from recent conversations with the two candidates in the runoff election for Houston mayor. We learn about a new piece from the Houston Symphony celebrating the history of NASA. And retired Tonight Show host Jay Leno talks about his career.

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Full Show: Santa Fe Shooting Trial, Memories From The Pacific Theater, And An Orchestra Of Doctors (Aug. 13, 2019)

Posted on · On Tuesday's Houston Matters: METRO votes on some key transit measures, the latest in the trial of the accused shooter in Santa Fe, how a business in Greater Houston helped save a life in Scotland, a local veteran shares memories of World War II, and performers from the World Doctors Orchestra.

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UYCN Welcomes The Newest “Debbie” From The Doyle And Debbie Show, And ROCO Releases A New CD

Posted on · Actress Chelsea Ryan McCurdy shares tales from her newest show at STAGES Repertory Theatre with Ernie, and Catherine Lu learns about the CD that Hurricane Harvey couldn't stop.

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Full Show: Prostitution On The Bissonnet Track, And Strange Houston News (May 2, 2019)

Posted on · On Friday's Houston Matters: A radical approach to ending prostitution along Bissonnet Street, reflecting on some bizarre news from Houston's past, and Yoonshin Song, the new concertmaster for the Houston Symphony.