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 · On Friday's show: Houston Congresswoman Lizzie Fletcher discusses issues affecting Greater Houston and answers listener questions.
Posted on · Houston entrepreneur, Ken Hicks, reveals his challenges and triumphs as he, along with his clients and customers candidly discuss the power of support, connectivity and mental healing when experiencing the culture of Black barbershops. This episode is an encore of the January 7, 2023 original broadcast.
Posted on · Author and NFL veteran, R.K. Russell, shares his thoughts on why players tend to receive cheers and support from the league and teammates after coming out but soon find themselves faced with a decision to retire.
Posted on · Emmy® and Tony® Award-winning film, theater, and television producer Mike Jackson reveals the secret ingredient to well-pitched storytelling and admits to I SEE U instances of prejudice inside pitch sessions with studio and network executives.
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 · On Friday's show: Lyle Lovett talks about his music ahead of his concert Saturday at the Hobby Center.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: After two mistrials, a jury has found AJ Armstrong guilty of killing his parents. Separately, Armstrong is suing HPD, alleging police planted evidence to force a false conviction. We learn the latest on the Armstrong saga.
Posted on · Critically acclaimed actor Russell Hornsby shares his vulnerability in a compelling, yet intriguing conversation about the challenges of living in truth and finding one’s authentic self, while portraying powerful roles and characters on-stage and on-screen. This episode is an encore of the May 20, 2023 original broadcast. The interview was taped prior to the SAG-AFTRA strike.
Posted on · Racial justice activist and legal expert, Jeffery Robinson, admits that he’s not about bashing America or making someone feel guilty about what happened hundreds of years ago—he simply holds a passionate advocacy for providing new perspectives on the truth of our American history. This episode is an encore of the October 29, 2022 original broadcast.
Posted on · Academy Award®-nominated, Emmy-winning producer and film director, Lisa Cortès, provides fresh perspective and analysis about her latest documentary that uncovers surprising revelations about musical legend, Little Richard. This episode is an encore of the April 15, 2023 original broadcast.
Posted on · Acclaimed writer/director, Elegance Bratton, shares deeply, personal insight into the tumultuous relationship with his mother as I SEE U takes a provocative look at THE INSPECTION – a compelling, autobiographical film about a young Black, gay man seeking acceptance by joining the military. This episode is an encore of the December 3rd, 2022 original broadcast.
Posted on · The Houston family behind the visually popular YouTube channel, “Gracie’s Corner,” reveals how their digital platform showcasing their daughter highlights Black culture through education, the importance of family and empowers millions of children worldwide. This episode is an encore of the April 1st, 2023 original broadcast.
Posted on · White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre shares her perspective as to what it will take to bridge a divided America and why she’s so open about her queerness in an exclusive conversation on I SEE U with Eddie Robinson.