Posted on · Documentarian Sharon “Rocky” Roggio presents a compelling case in her directorial film debut that Christian opposition to homosexuality is based on a 1946 biblical mistranslation of Greek text. This episode is an encore of the April 8, 2023 original broadcast.
Posted on · Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner sits down with I SEE U inside of his office for an unguarded chat about how he led the nation’s fourth largest city through a global pandemic, historic flooding, violent crime, homelessness and notions of racial inequities as a Black man in a blue city inside a red state.
Posted on · Our special 100th episode of I SEE U offers fresh insights into questions raised about identity and community solidarity around the country in a powerful conversation with the filmmaker and participants of the PBS docu-series, A Town Called Victoria.
Posted on · Civil Rights activist Joan Mulholland speaks unguarded about being held on death row in a notorious Mississippi penitentiary. This episode is an encore of the December 18th, 2021 broadcast.
Posted on · Two women, one Black and the other White, connected through slavery, share intimate moments about how they were able to forge a remarkable friendship despite their family’s painful history. This episode is an encore of the September 17, 2022 original broadcast.
Posted on · Acclaimed composer, drummer and Houston-native Kendrick Scott, expresses himself musically with an artistic passion for revealing untold histories through community activism and introspection.
Posted on · Renowned UT-Austin journalism professor, Kathleen McElroy, calls what happened to her this summer an “eye-opener” as she remains passionate in inspiring journalists for tomorrow’s newsrooms despite fallout from a botched hiring scandal at Texas A&M.
Posted on · For a project originally intended to focus on Third Ward’s Eldorado Ballroom, producer Drew Barnett-Hamilton decided to dive deeper into the cultural history of the blues and capture Houston’s distinct role in defining this revolutionary sound in popular Black music on film.
Posted on · A year into his historical presidency, Rice University’s Chief Executive Officer, Reginald DesRoches, is remaining steadfast and championing measures of inclusion despite the state of Texas dismantling them at colleges across the region, all while he leads an institution whose founder during slavery profited off individuals who looked like him.
Posted on · Get your weekly dose of national and local politics from two political science professors on Houston Public Media's new podcast 'Party Politics'.
Posted on · Thirsting for some good music? Pianist and Environmentalist, Hélène Grimaud talks about producing her new CD, “Water” in this Music Works episode.
Posted on · September 30th is International Podcast Day. Celebrate by listening to international podcast episodes!