Posted on · The city’s bayou, parks, and proximity to Galveston all contribute to making the area a more show-friendly destination.
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 new Netflix documentary about Johnny Manziel and recent news about former NFL player Michael Oher leave plenty to comtemplate about how society handles and portays young athletes.
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 · The reigning “Queen of Comfort Reads” discusses her new projects.
Posted on · The streaming service now allows only one account per address, and the move has led to an increase in subscribers. Technology writer Dwight Silverman discusses that story and other developments in tech.
Posted on · We examine the life of the pop culture icon; plus, experts discuss the issue of unresolved childhood trauma.
Posted on · Looking back on what happened and what we’ve learned in the three decades since the 51-day siege.
Posted on · How entertainment companies are all vying for control of viewers’ attention.
Posted on · The foodie and “Everybody Loves Raymond” creator shares stories about his Emmy-Award winning program and his food travels.
Posted on · Wine trailblazer, Jennifer McDonald, is the owner of Wichita’s first urban winery—Jenny Dawn Cellars, an award-winning boutique establishment that she says creates a community ambiance of bringing people together despite the wine industry’s lack of diversity and inclusion.
Posted on · Investigative reporter Lise Olsen explains why a stretch of I-45 became an opportune place for serial killers. And she discusses the latest on the four murders that are the focus of the new Netflix series she's featured in, Crime Scene: The Texas Killing Fields.
Posted on · Her family and their attorney speak out against the injustices that led to her murder.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: A new series on Netflix examines The Texas Killing Fields, a string of unsolved murders along a stretch of I-45. Then, we discuss the week in politics. And food writers talk about their favorite places for soup in the city.
Posted on · Houston native Tembi Locke discusses her memoir of losing her husband and finding healing in the warmth of his mother’s Sicilian kitchen. The story is the inspiration for a new limited series on Netflix.