Posted on · Episode: 2925 The wreck of the Francis H. Leggett and the question: What makes history interesting? Today, Oregon’s worst shipwreck.
Posted on · Episode: 2787 Doolittle’s Tokyo raid: Much more than the mere gesture it seemed to be. Today, a costly gesture that may’ve saved America.
Posted on · New, permanent, multimedia exhibits at Asia Society Texas highlight the cultures of China, India, Japan, South Korea, and Vietnam while directing visitors how to find and experience elements of those cultures here in Houston.
Posted on · Episode: 2435 Arachnophobia: A fearful spider spins us a pair of socks. Today, arachnophobia and fabric.
Posted on · Episode: 2280 In which Hiroo Onoda and Shoichi Yokoi cannot figure out that the war has ended. Today, the strange tales of Onoda and Yokoi.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: Back-to-school plans at Spring Branch ISD, thoughts from the president of the Texas PTA, how the atomic bomb inspired the work of a local doctor, and a PBS series highlights Zydeco music in Houston.
Posted on · The former Marine served as a Japanese translator.
Posted on · Houston exports to Japan have multiplied over the past decade.
Posted on · Joined by Japan's leader, President Trump held out the possibility of normalizing relations with North Korea, ending the war between North and South and inviting Kim Jong Un to the White House.
Posted on · Houston is hosting the Japan-Texas Economic Summit where leaders will talk about opportunities for partnerships.
Posted on · On Monday's Houston Matters: A potential settlement is near in a class action lawsuit over heat in a Texas prison. Then, Texas and Japanese officials meet in Houston for an economic summit. Plus, a local veterinarian answers your pet care questions. And Jeff Balke updates us on local sports.
Posted on · The exhibit aims to draw attention to the horrors of the bombs that destroyed both cities
Posted on · Houston Matters goes inside the annual Anime Matsuri convention, which is under a cloud of some controversy. As this controversy unfolds, the convention goes forward and is expected to draw thousands to the GRB over the coming days.
Posted on · "North Korea appears to have launched a missile ... The government urges people to take shelter," Tuesday's false alert read. Hawaii sent out a similar message three days ago
Posted on · Russia goes into its home World Cup ranked 65th in the world, the lowest-ranked of any of the 32 teams in the tournament