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Our ATXplained project is a crowdsourced reporting project in which we ask you what you want us to investigate and what stories you'd like us to tell.
Higher Ed
In their lively and entertaining weekly discussion of issues related to higher education, KUT’s Jennifer Stayton and Southwestern University President Dr. Ed Burger explore the topics of higher education, lifelong learning, and exercising the brain. Ed and Jennifer practice what they preach, too, by introducing math puzzlers and brain teasers to keep listeners on their toes.
In Black America
Produced at KUT, In Black America is a long-running, nationally syndicated program dedicated to all facets of the African American experience. John L. Hanson, Jr., profiles a diverse selection of current and historically significant figures.
KUT Weekend
A half-hour of news about Austin and Texas, hosted by KUT's Nathan Bernier. Updated Friday afternoons.
Liner Notes
Rabbi Neil Blumofe examines jazz greats and history in this week's Liner Notes.
On My Block ATX
KUT News tells the stories of people who are on the front lines of changes in Austin--and the stories of what happens when a place becomes valuable to a new group of people.
The Provability Gap
An in-depth news series about the handling and mishandling of sexual assault cases in Austin and Central Texas.
The Secret Ingredient
In each episode of The Secret Ingredient, we chose one food to investigate. Hosts Raj, Tom and Rebecca talk with the people whose life’s work has been to understand the complex systems of production, distribution, marketing and impact these foods have on our lives. Join us, and dig in! We won't tell you what to eat, but we will tell you why you're eating it.
Stuart Hall In Conversations
Explore the life, work and legacy of a thinker that some call the last of the great public intellectuals and a figure widely credited with being the founder of cultural studies: this man is Stuart Hall. Through conversations with his former students, colleagues, and friends, we’ll seek to better understand this seminal writer and academic.
Stories from Texas
Stories from Texas are written for and recorded for the Texas Standard radio program. They're written by W.F Strong and edited for broadcast by Texas Standard producers.
Texas Standard
We're working to bring Central Texans crisp, up-to-the-moment coverage of politics, lifestyle, the environment, technology, innovation, and money from a uniquely Texas perspective.
This is Just to Say
Host Carrie Fountain talks with poets about the poems they make and love.
This Song from KUTX
Musician, composer and radio host Elizabeth McQueen wants to hear about transformational songs. In conversations and interviews with fellow musicians and artists, McQueen talks with them about life-changing songs, inspiration, creativity and so much more.
Two & Fro
Hosts DaLyah Jones and Jacquelyn Carter talk about underrepresented communities and issues related to the black southern experience. Two & Fro not only represents the physical looks of the hosts, but the constant movement and evolution these two black young adults experience navigating through their daily lives. Episode topics include the black southern dialect, missing black women in southern hip-hop and black women activists of the rural south.
Two Guys on Your Head
In conversations hosted by producer Rebecca McInroy, the two renowned psychologists cover everything from the effects of sugar on the brain, to what's happening in our minds while we sleep, and more. For more, visit Two Guys on Your Head.
Typewriter Rodeo
These poems are written for and read aloud on the Texas Standard radio program. They're topical, typed on an actual typewriter and created by members of the Typewriter Rodeo.
Views and Brews
KUT's Views and Brews host Rebecca McInroy brings together experts, historians, musicians and others to discuss topics and people in depth. Our forums are usually held at The Cactus Cafe in Austin on Tuesdays a couple times a month.
The Write Up
Each month screenwriter, novelist and performer Owen Egerton sits down with all sorts of writers — from playwrights to poets — to talk about their lives and careers for The Write-Up.