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NEXT QUESTION (Ep 22): Choreographer Trey McIntyre, Dr. Umair Shah, Pop Culture Conclave, And The Music Of Charlie Crockett

Posted on · On this episode, Executive Director of Harris Country Public Health, Dr. Umair Shah; inside the creative mind of dancer/choreographer Trey McIntyre; Our Pop Culture Conclave reconvenes to talk about the film I Still Believe, and all those cancellations; and we have singer Charley Crockett with "I Am Not Afraid."

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NEXT QUESTION (Ep 19): Rodeo BBQ Cook-off, Martha Davis And The Motels, Pop Culture, Music & More

Posted on · Ernie discusses RodeoHouston's World's Championship Bar-B-Que Contest with pit master George Shore. Also, Martha Davis of the Motels shares tales from the road, and insight into how she creates. Plus, our Pop Culture Conclave reconvenes to discuss the upcoming Selena 25 Tribute Concert, HPM's new digital series Houston/Now, and Dustin Chase reviews the films Emma. and Call of the Wild. And the music of Ryan Culwell.

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NEXT QUESTION (Ep 18): Norman Rockwell’s Work, Actress Jane Seymour, Britta Phillips, and Our Pop Culture Conclave

Posted on · Norman Rockwell’s granddaughter Abigail Rockwell share's her views of her grandfather's work, currently on display at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston. Also, actress Jane Seymour is celebrating her 69th birthday – so we revisit Ernie's 2005 interview with Dr. Quinn herself. Plus, our Pop Culture conclave talks Essence Music Festival, Pocket Podcasts and the film Downhill. And in our Skyline Sessions' spotlight – a remake of the Cars classic Drive!

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NEXT QUESTION (Ep 16): Comedian Maysoon Zayid, Dancer Edin Jusuframic, The 2081 Project, Reviews Of The Rhythm Section & Beanpole, Plus, Mattiel With “The Air Near My Fingers.”

Posted on · On this episode, we visit with actress, comedian, and activist Maysoon Zayid; discuss Sweden's Melodifestivalen with famed dancer Edin Jusuframic; welcome back Mattiel with a cover of The White Stripes' "The Air Near My Fingers", and our Pop Culture Conclave once again reconvenes- Dustin Chase, Justin McKee & Eddie Robinson.

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Next Question (Ep 15): Jim Lehrer; Our Pop Culture Conclave’s look at The Grammys, PEACOCK, & The Gentlemen; Plus The Music Of Bob Schneider

Posted on · On this episode, we remember PBS NewsHour anchor and veteran newscaster Jim Lehrer, who passed away on Thursday, January 23rd, 2020. For our music, Austin based performer Bob Schneider. Plus our Pop Culture Conclave – Dustin Chase, Justin McKee & Eddie Robinson look at the new Guy Ritchie film, the idea of Lizzo as a "New Artist," and an on the ground look at the Iowa Caucasus.

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Next Question (Ep 14): David “Mr. McFeely” Newell, Mo Rocca, The Pop Culture Conclave, And The Music Of Deva Mahal

Posted on · On this episode, we visit the world of Mr. Roger's Neighborhood with the man behind "Speedy Delivery," David Newell; chat with CBS Sunday Morning's Mo Rocca about his new book Mobituaries; hear new music from the daughter of blues great Taj Mahal, and we reconvene our Pop Culture Conclave - Dustin Chase, Justin McKee & Eddie Robinson.

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Next Question (Ep 13): Star Wars, Composer Jerry Herman, Free Metro, 1917, Just Mercy, And Say Girl Say

Posted on · On this episode, we explore the world of one of the greatest Sci-Fi franchises in history with the Star Wars Enthusiasts of Houston; Gail Delaughter investigates METRO's suggestion for eliminating rider fees; a conversation with the late, great, legendary Broadway composer and lyricist Jerry Herman, film critic Dustin Chase reviews 1917, The Song of Names, and Just Mercy; plus the music of Say Girl Say.

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Next Question (Ep 12): Commissioner Rodney Ellis, Laura Branigain, The Golden Globes And Yacht

Posted on · On this episode, Harris County precinct one Commissioner Rodney Ellis talks The Harris County Remembrance Project, Bail Reform and County Government; a look back at 80's pop icon Laura Branigan; film critic Dustin Chase handicaps the 77th Golden Globe Awards; and the song "Sad Money" from YACHT.

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Next Question (Ep 10): Mary Did You Know, Carrie Fisher, Star Wars and CATS

Posted on · This week, local Houstonian Mark Lowry shares tales of his life and career, and what inspired him to write the Christmas classic "Mary, Did You Know." Also, my 2014 conversation with Princess Leia herself, Carrie Fisher; and Dustin Chase reviews the newest Star Wars film and the movie version of CATS. Plus, a little Christmas music from Aaron Lee Tasjan.